No question that Christians feel the world will end with the final battle being that much of the world will rise up and try to blow Israel off the map. What are your thoughts and can you deny that the rest of the Middle East (or at least the Muslim nations) hate Israel? Isn't it plausible then, that the Bible may be correct in predicting this catastrophe?
Have you actually read the Book of Revelation?
1) Read the early chapters. Notice how the book is addressed to several churches in what is now Turkey. Those were churches that existed in the time of John of Patmos. Then make a note of how the events of prophecy were supposed to be "soon" to come to pass. Is 2000+ years "soon" in any sense that would have been meaningful to the congregations of those churches?
2) Read the description of the Battle of Armageddon. Notice anything odd? Like, the mention of massed horse cavalry on both sides? How about the mention of kings
of the Earth gathered to fight with Jesus? What do you think are the odds of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Uruguay, etc. assembling units of horse cavalry and shipping them over to the Middle East to attack Israel in coordination with horse cavalry from other nations (the European Union, Russia, China, Thailand, etc.)?
"But it's all symbolic and esoteric and stuff! You can't take it literally!"
OK, sure. Then what makes you think it has anything to do with modern times, instead of being a symbolic description of the Jewish War of 66-70 C.E., or maybe an esoteric allegory of the conflict between tyrannical human authority (e.g the Roman Empire) and the Christian spiritual community?