THE EDITOR: The world must know who or what were Gog and Magog. In Genesis 10:2 and 1 Chronicle (1) it is written that Magog was the second son of Japheth.
It is also said that Magog was a people east of the Cimmerians and west of the Medes.
In Ezek 38:2, Magog is described as a country and the leader is Gog. Magog also stands for tribes near the Black Sea.
In London there are large effigies of God and Magog. Preservation of the effigies can be traced in English history to show that the Angles and Saxons were connected to different races living in Cancasus or the Black Sea.
Their ancestors are the Teutonic and Slav races mentioned in the Quran. It is said that their ancestors will dominate the European nations.
God said: “I have created some of my servants whom none can destroy but myself” (KU. P 301).
The Gospels state: Nations shall rise against nations, kingdoms against kingdoms. There shall be famine, pestilence and earthquakes in several places which are the beginnings of sorrow (Matthew 24:7, 8 and Luke 21:11).
The Holy Quran emphasises that references to nations against nations is the great European conflict happening today.