The name of the magazine of ISIS is DABIQ. This is also the name of a town in North Syria allegedly mentioned in a saying by Mohammed as the place where the battle of Armageddon between Moslems and Christians will be fought. Christian legend favors Megiddo, the name of a valley in North Israel, as the site where a final battle between good and evil called Armageddon will be fought. There is another legend that Pope Francis I will be the last Roman Catholic pope. Summoned to Rome by Pope Innocent II, St. Malachy, a 12th century Irish monk, had a vision of the apocalypse and wrote down a series of Latin phrases describing information about 112 Roman Catholic popes including the last, whom he called Peter the Roman. St. Malachy also prophesied the fall of Rome in his manuscript. He predicted: "In a final prosecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the dread final judgment will judge his people. The End." St. Malachy deposited the manuscript containing his predictions in the Vatican's Secret Archives where it sat undisturbed until rediscovered in the year 1590. How, you ask, can Francis I be called Peter the Roman? Although he comes from Argentina, the pope's parents were both from Rome. Furthermore, the pope took the name of Francis of Assisi whose middle name was Peter. It is the coalition of Western and Arab countries led by US bombing sortees that prompted the ISIS forces to print the statement "The Failed Crusade" on the cover of their magazine. They intend to depose the Roman Catholic pope in Rome as well as the President of the United States in Washington, D.C. and fly their black flag over both the Vatican and the White House.