Although there have been many posts about Ezekiel’s war, this posting tries to give a more thorough coverage of the context of Ezekiel’s prophecy within the history of ancient and modern Israel. It anchors Ezekiel’s players to their historical importance and locations in his time. It uses the history of the region to show that those nations not only did not, but could not attack ancient Israel in any of its history from the Babylonian exile to the Roman diaspora. It then traces the history of these nations to modern times, showing their involvement in the four allied regional wars against Israel since 1948. Finally, it compares and contrasts Ezekiel’s war with the wars in Revelation.