This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
A newly released video from Messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn is documenting the connection between Hamas and the Bible.
And it's not really in a good way.
Cahn, of Beth Israel Worship Center in Wayne, New Jersey, caused a worldwide stir with his book, "The Harbinger," which later was turned into the movie, "The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment" and cites the parallels between the attacks on, and eventual fall, of the biblical Jewish kingdom and the 9/11 attack on the United States.
It was instantly a New York Times bestseller, and was followed by his "The Mystery of the Shemitah, "The Book of Mysteries," "The Paradigm," "The Oracle," The Harbinger II" and "Return of the Gods."
He's been named along with Billy Graham, among the top 40 spiritual leaders of the last 40 years to have radically impacted the world.
Cahn's comments were prompted by the recent Hamas terror attacks in Israel, which killed some 1,200 or 1,300 civilians, including whole families burned to death and babies beheaded.
He said the horrors were "unlike any other that has struck Israel" since the Holocaust.
He noted that the "nations of the world had a part in helping this happen," by giving Hamas hundreds of millions of dollars.
And he cited the ongoing condemnation of Israel, and parallel refusal to condemn Hamas violence, by leftist members of Congress.
One in particular, Rashida Tlaib, a Democrat from Michigan, was asked "if she could condemn the decapitation of babies. She would not," he said.
"She could not find it in herself to say that it might be wrong to cut off the head of an innocent baby," he said. "And you wonder how the Nazis perpetrated their atrocities …"
He pointed out President Donald Trump halted America's financial support for the Hamas terrorists, but Joe Biden resumed funding the organization that "specifically exists to kill the Jewish people."
Then he explains the presence of "Hamas" in the Bible, with its dual meanings of "violent evil" and "fanaticism."
Cahn is known for his blunt words to contemporary society, based on revelations found in the Bible.
He previously told Biden, "The day will come that you will stand before God and you will have no more position, no administration, no government, no media, and no public opinion. It will just be you and Him, and He will ask you to give an account of what you did, what you did with regard to His Word and His ways."
He said, "Judgment will come."
"Mr. President, the hour is late and eternity is soon coming. Repent and turn to God. The only hope you have, and all of us have, is salvation."
Biden now is just days away from his 81st birthday.