Pessimism Marks Predictions for 2015 in Arab Countries

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Cairo- (PanOrient News) Prophecies from Arab fortune tellers for the year of 2015 appear to be somewhat pessimistic and show a common thread of increased violence, armed conflicts, and internal divisiveness.

Starting with well-known Moroccan, AbdelAzziz Khatabbi, predictions are a spread of famine throughout countries marked by political tyranny and oppression, and a Russian invasion of the Ukraine leading to a third World War. Additionally, military efforts of the U.S led International Coalition will be unsuccessful in eliminating the so-called "Islamic State" militants, and there will be more death and destruction.

Khattabi further foresees the fall of the Turkish regime led by Rajab Tayeb Ardogan. He also predicts the fall of president Basher Al Assad, but Syrian victims will suffer even more hardship and there will be increased internal divisiveness due to the long crushing crisis.

One positive outlook on his list of predictions comes as good news to the region where he has envisioned improved relations and prosperity. This will come as a relief to the countries of Morocco and Algeria.

Meanwhile, the Lebanese seer Leila Abdel Latif foresees that terrorism will spread throughout the Arab countries as well as Europe and Africa, but the worst danger comes from the use of chemical weapons. Leila also predicted sabotage and operations of vengeance in the United States using new methods in places that are not monitored by strict surveillance.

This pessimism marked the predications of yet another seer, Lebanese Mike Feghaly, who expects religious extremism to spread throughout the world, including Palestine, which may threaten the security of Israel. "There will be great fraud politically and financially which may lead to the bankruptcy of banks and countries like Greece and Spain. The year 2015 may witness the birth of a new currency that would bust the dollar and the Euro", predicts Feghaly noting that an open dispute would erupt into regional disorder and interference among the Gulf countries.

Photo: From right to left, Feghali, Leyla, and Khattabi

PanOrient News

© PanOrient News All Rights Reserved.