Why do Ezekiel say "many nations" if God, who you're trying to prove wrong only meant Nebuchadrezzar ?
Nebuchadrezzar is NOT many nations
He was Babylonian
Why does Ezekiel say many nations?
Because Nebby had allies.
This is a very important point. It says "many nations" but all of the fighters are Nebby's. It always refers to things that Nebby will do and what HIS men will do.
He was the head of the many nations.
For the exceedingly slow rusty. Alex the much better than average and his men definitely were NOT NEBBY's MEN.
Let's quote some verses to the idiot:
Ezekiel 26 7: For this is what the Sovereign LORD says: From the north I am going to bring against Tyre Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, king of kings, with horses and chariots, with horsemen and a great army.
Who was going to attack from the north? That's right Nebby.
26 8: He will ravage your settlements on the mainland with the sword; he will set up siege works against you, build a ramp up to your walls and raise his shields against you.
Who will wipe out the land based settlements and build a siege work to the island city.
That's right, again "He" it must be Nebby. Did he do the latter? Not really. It is already looking a bit shaky.
26 9: He will direct the blows of his battering rams against your walls and demolish your towers with his weapons.
26 10: His horses will be so many that they will cover you with dust. Your walls will tremble at the noise of the warhorses, wagons and chariots when he enters your gates as men enter a city whose walls have been broken through.
Oh, oh. This still refers to Nebby. Did he do these things to Tyre? Nope. I wish I knew Australian geography, but mistaking the sister cites for Tyre, which from context is what is being talked about here, would be as stupid of an error as mistaking Newark New Jersey for New York, New York. You know the sort of idiotic mistake the a Christian Fundamentalist would make.
26 11: The hooves of his horses will trample all your streets; he will kill your people with the sword, and your strong pillars will fall to the ground.
Hmm, still taking about Nebby and the island city of Tyre. Where does it mention Alex?
26 12: They will plunder your wealth and loot your merchandise; they will break down your walls and demolish your fine houses and throw your stones, timber and rubble into the sea.
Ah, the first mention of the infamous "they". But since this was talking about Nebby and his men attacking Tyre it is pretty clear to all but the brain dead that "they" are Nebby and HIS men.
26 13: I will put an end to your noisy songs, and the music of your harps will be heard no more.
We are almost done rusty.
26 14: I will make you a bare rock, and you will become a place to spread fishnets. You will never be rebuilt, for I the LORD have spoken, declares the Sovereign LORD.
Oops, there we go. That is pretty much it. "You will never be rebuilt". Sorry rusty, your improper definition of rebilt does not hold up. Tyre was rebuilt, we know that because there IS a modern city there today. Just like you admitted earlier. That is sort of the definition of "rebuilt".
Notice, nothing taken out of context, nothing up my sleeve. No mention of anyone else being in charge of this attack than Nebby, from context it is clear that he is the leader of the attack. He was a "king of kings" that means when he attacks he is attacking with other kings.
You do not get to move the goal posts 250 years down the road.
The prophesy fails on several points.
Nebby did not defeat Tyre.
Even if we let you cheat Alex did not wipe it out.
It was rebuilt from the unpredicted attacker.
It repeated fails. One of the worst prophesies in the Bible.