Ezekiel 25. When Israel Went Down, Everybody Else Went Down:
Ammon, Moab, Edom, Philistia, Tyre and Sidon.

Key Notes: The neighboring nations joined in the attack on Judah. World-wide destruction on the 20th Century.

Ezekiel sweeps his eye of vision to the states around Judah -- west, south, east and north-- pronouncing judgment on the neighbors.

Ezek.25:1–7 Ammon was indicted for gloating over Israel's downfall.
25:8–11 Moab was chided for saying Israel is the same as the pagan nations ("goyim").
25:12–14 Edom took vengeance on Israel.
25:15–17 Philistia also acted vengefully.
26:1–16 Tyre rejoiced that she is replenished at Israel's expense. {Sidon, her sister city, will get judgment later, 28:20–23}.

Application:
"...he who is glad at calamity will not go unpunished." (Prov.17:5b).
 "If I have rejoiced at the ruin of him that hated me, or exulted when evil overtook him (I have not let my mouth sin by asking for his life with a curse)...." Job 31:29–30.

When Israel went down, everybody else went down in the broad sweep of judgment.
Since’39, involuntary deaths are at least 130 million. Why this massive slaughter?
The mortality statistics are awful:

Six million Jews in Germany and Poland under Hitler.
Seven million "Christians" under Hitler.
WWII war dead 35 million.
Russians: 10–20 million under Stalin.
Cambodians: 2 million under Pol Pot.
Chinese: 70 million under Mao Tse Tung.
Ruandans: 0.5 million under Hutus.
Iraqis: 0.3 million under Saddam.


We do not know why so many have died.

Perhaps the Four Horsemen
of the Apocalypse have been released. (Rev. 6)