I recall a meaningful definition of Biblical prohpesy as "history written before it happened"  given by the popular British pop singer Cliff Richard in the great Movie "His Land" as he and Cliff Barrow were treading on the Holy Land in Israel. The destruction of Tyre is indeed also an example of history written before it happened. Ezekiel 26:1-14 says:

 1 In the eleventh year, on the first day of the month, the word of the LORD came to me: 2 "Son of man, because Tyre has said of Jerusalem, 'Aha! The gate to the nations is broken, and its doors have swung open to me; now that she lies in ruins I will prosper,' 3 therefore this is what the Sovereign LORD says: I am against you, O Tyre, and I will bring many nations against you, like the sea casting up its waves. 4 They will destroy the walls of Tyre and pull down her towers; I will scrape away her rubble and make her a bare rock. 5 Out in the sea she will become a place to spread fishnets, for I have spoken, declares the Sovereign LORD. She will become plunder for the nations, 6 and her settlements on the mainland will be ravaged by the sword. Then they will know that I am the LORD.

 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. 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. 9 He will direct the blows of his battering rams against your walls and demolish your towers with his weapons. 10 His horses will be so many that they will cover you with dust. Your walls will tremble at the noise of the war horses, wagons and chariots when he enters your gates as men enter a city whose walls have been broken through. 11 The hoofs 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. 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. 13 I will put an end to your noisy songs, and the music of your harps will be heard no more. 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.

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The prophet Ezekiel was exiled to Babylon in 597 B.C. The prophecy was obtained from God in the eleventh year after exile i.e. 586 B.C. Babylon besieged Tyre during 585 to 573 B.C. and the coastal city of Tyre was ruined. However, during this long battle, many Tyrians had enough time to escape to the nearby island about one half mile away from the coast with much of their valuables. Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon had to stop for they did not have the resources and know-how to seize the island which was well guarded by the fleet of Tyrians.

Laster, in 332 B.C., Alexander the Great attacked the island city with an excellent strategy. The Greeks scraped all the remaing dust, stones, timber and rubble, and dumped it into the sea to build a half mile long causeway leading to the island. Perhaps, this was the very first sea-reclamation project in the world. Consequently, the island city Tyre was conquered fulfilling the prophecy. Tyre became a fishing village, a place to spread fishing nets for centuries. In 1291 A.D., the Saracens destroyed what was left in the fourth century B.C. As of today, the ancient Tyre was not rebuilt fulfilling the prophecy. From this historical fact, we see that the Bible is indeed the words of God which is full of authority, trustworthy and true.  Let us study the words by God with a reverent heart. As the Lord says in John 17:17:

Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth.