Published by AL Beebe
For a while now I have been watching things happen in the middle east and especially with Israel and been thinking a lot about what I have seen transpire. And been putting off writing this for a while now but The Lord has been pushing me to get this out. It concerns Ezekiel 29, Isaiah 17:1 and Psalm 83. There are 2 main scenarios I see developing.
Israel strikes Iran either with conventional air strike directly on their nuke weapons site or with an EMP strike ( Electro Magnetic Pulse) burst. I will discuss later why I think this is more likely.
Once Israel strikes Iran ( which they have no choice but to do, eventually Iran will obtain a nuke and it will be game on), the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt, Syria, allied with Iran and Hezbollah and Hamas will attack Israel from all sides.
Hezbollah- Has 5 divisions stationed across from Galilee that is approx. 50,000 troops, and will make a run for Galilee in a blitzkrieg looking to cause as much damage as possible military, civilian, women or children it will make no difference to them.
Why I believe Iran and Turkey will directly sit this one out. Iran will use their pawns as mentioned above to do their dirty work without risking a direct attack against Israel. That is if Israel hasn’t EMP’s them already. And remember Iran (aka Persia) has to be around for the battle of Gog and Magog, as well as Turkey.
Israel already issued a warning to Syria several years ago that if one missile or rocket fell on Israel from Syria, Israel would start with Damascus and nuke every Syrian city. And based on what I mentioned earlie
The Samson option- We need also to remember Israel has the Sampson Option- We remember from the bible that Sampson prayed to the Lord to give him strength to bring down the palace killing his and Israel’s enemies and thus killing himself. Israel always launches plans with nukes on board anytime they are involved in a conflict just in case it escalates and they are in danger of being overrun.
And I wouldn’t put it past Obama to try and stop them by either directly intercepting Israeli planes as they fly over the Persian Gulf or by alerting Iran they are coming. He is not to be trusted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And above all we need to remember Israel has one secret weapon that everyone always forgets about
GOD!!!!!!!!!!!! They always underestimate Gods promise to protect the apple of HIS eye.
This is just my opinion based on what I see going on. I could be wrong but what I have seen especially in the last couple weeks says it will go down very similar to this. However it happens it appears we will soon find out.
Your Brother in Christ
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A car bomb has exploded in Damascus, hitting near two ministries. The report comes just hours after a separate blast hit a mosque in northern Damascus, causing casualties to worshipers returning from their Friday prayers.
The bomb went off between the buildings of the Ministry of Information and the Ministry of Justice, which are about 100 meters apart in the neighborhood of Mazze, according to Syrian state TV.
The blast caused no casualties, but damaged a number of vehicles.
Earlier in the day, at least five security personnel were killed when a bomb hit a Mosque in the neighborhood of Rukneddine.
“A terrorist attack carried out with a motorcycle loaded with explosives struck the exit of Rukniyeh mosque as worshippers were making their way out,” the channel’s report said.
Footage from the scene shown by the TV station showed a large area covered with rubble and several cars with their windows shattered by the force of the explosion.
AP cites an unnamed official as saying that at least 10 people were wounded. Some of the victims are in serious condition.
The blasts came as opposition activists announced that up to 55 people had been killed in fighting across the country on Friday, as rebels and troops clashed in a southern Damascus neighborhood.
The Syrian capital has been hit with a string of bombings in recent months.
On Sunday, two bombs exploded near the offices of the Syrian military’s joint chiefs of staff, wounding four army officers.
The Syrian army has sent several hundred soldiers to Damascus’ Kazaz neighborhood to fight rebel forces there, according to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The area hosts several security agencies.
A bomb rocked the flashpoint Syrian city of Aleppo on Sunday, killing up to 27 people and leaving dozens wounded. A rebel group claimed responsibly for the attack, saying it was targeting government troops.
The state-run SANA news agency reported that a “terrorist bombing” hit al-Malab neighborhood in Aleppo, killing 27 civilians and injuring 64. The attack took place near the local al-Hayat Hospital, according to the regional governor.
The bombing targeted makeshift barracks and military police headquarters, Reuters news agency says citing residents and opposition activists.
A rebel group has claimed responsibility for the attack. The Noble Aleppo brigade of the Free Syrian Army said in a statement it has behind the bombing which injured over 100 government troops. It added the bombs were planted inside the buildings in cooperation with a loyalist sympathizer.
The attack in Aleppo comes after a Jordanian militant leader, linked to al-Qaida, warned that his extremist group will launch “deadly attacks” in neighboring Syria to oust Bashar Assad. Mohammad al-Shalabi, better known as Abu Sayyaf, said addressing the Syrian leader “our fighters are coming to get you.”
The northern city of Aleppo has become the main battleground of Syria’s civil war due to its strategic importance and proximity to Turkey, which backed the anti-Assad uprising.
As the violence shows no signs of abating, Al-Qaeda-style suicide bombs have become increasingly common across Syria, with many of rebel fighters reported to have come from abroad.
Around half of the rebel fighters in Syria are foreign Islamists who aren’t interested in toppling the Assad regime. Instead, they’re seeking to implement Sharia law throughout the country, said the co-founder of the medical charity Doctors Without Borders, Jacques Beres who treated Syrian rebels in Aleppo.
“It’s really something strange to see. They are directly saying that they aren’t interested in Bashar Assad’s fall, but are thinking about how to take power afterward and set up an Islamic state with Sharia law to become part of the world Emirate,” the French doctor told Reuters.
AFP Photo / HO / SANA
AFP Photo / HO / SANA
Two amateur videos were posted on YouTube on Monday showing what appear to be images of 20 dead Syrian soldiers, blindfolded and handcuffed. They were reportedly executed by rebel fighters in the northern city of Aleppo.
The video showed the men dressed in army clothes, sprawled along a road with their bloodied heads lying on a pavement.
Men believed to be rebel fighters are then shown holding assault rifles calling the men “Assad’s dogs”.
It was not possible to verify the authenticity of the video.
A man off camera, filming a car with the name of the brigade written on the bonnet, said “The Suleiman al-Farisi brigade killed several members from the (state) security”.
The Suleiman al-Farisi brigade is one of a number of units from nearby Aleppo provinces, which have taken up arms against the Assad regime and pushed into the city itself.
Rami Abdulrahman, head of the London based opposition watchdog, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told Reuters that four people in Aleppo had told him about the incident, which is believed to have happened on either Friday or Saturday.
“The soldiers were from the Aleppo district of Sekenat Hanano but they were killed in the district of Sabaa Baharat,” he told Reuters by telephone.
More than 27,300 people are believed to have died in an uprising to topple President Bashar al-Assad that has lasted more than 17 months.
As the violence continues to rage the UN has reached a diplomatic impasse on Syria. The US and Russia disagree over a Russian proposal for a new UN Security Council resolution, which calls for a ceasefire and political transition which the US says has “no teeth”.
He is also due to visit Damascus, the Syrian capital, in a couple of days. He has said he faces a “very difficult mission”.
But Editor in chief of the newspaper the Syrian Tribune, Dubai Mohamad, told RT that Brahimi might have a chance if he can persuade those countries supplying the rebels with weapons and money to stop, “Just like what we said regarding Annan, only if the countries backing the rebels and sending them weapons and money stop doing so, [then] we can have a peaceful resolution to the crisis. If Lakhdar Brahimi is capable of convincing these countries and I doubt it, then, yes, he has a chance,” he said.
New U.N.-Arab League envoy for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi.(Reuters / Amr Dalsh)
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
The Israeli bombing of a Syrian nuclear strike began with intelligence gathered six months earlier in a daring raid on the Austrian home of the Syrian Atomic Energy Commission director Ibrahim Othman, The New Yorker reported in its new edition.
David Makovsky, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, wrote under the headline “The Silent Strike,” that in March 2007, Mossad agents raided the homefollowing suspicions concerning a large building the Assad regime was building in the northeastern Syrian desert. The nuclear site was known as “Al Kidar.”
Intelligence officials were shocked to discover nearly 40 dozen color photographs that had been taken inside the building and indicated it was hiding a uranium nuclear reactor, built with the help of North Korean scientists.
“The photographs showed workers from North Korea at the site, and the reactor, from the inside, had many of the same engineering elements as the North Korean reactor in Yongbyo,” Makovsky wrote.
Israel informed the White House one month later, but the Bush administration concluded there was not enough substantive evidence to justify a military attack.
Following former Prime Minister Menachem Begin’s daring bombing of the Osirak nuclear reactor on Iraq in 1981, establishing a policy that no Arab enemy can be allowed to acquire a nuclear weapon, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert ordered the strike on Syria’s reactor on September 5, 2007.
Intelligence and military officials agreed that a “low-signature attack” on the reactor was the best tactic, and eight warplanes – four F-15s and four F-16s – took off from Israel shortly before midnight.
As previously reported, the IDF neutralized Syria’s radar system with electronic scrambling devices. Sometime between 12:40 and 12:53 a.m., according to Makovsky, Air Force pilots reported that they had dropped 17 tons of explosives on the nuclear site, which Syria still claims did not house a nuclear reactor.
Despite the success of the operation, Makovsky pointed out it is difficult to use the same strategy to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities because most of them are buried deep underground.
Immediately after the strike on Syria, the Assad regime’s official government news agency SANA reported that Israeli jets had violated Syrian air space and that “Air defense units confronted them and forced them to leave after they dropped some ammunition in deserted areas without causing any human or material damage.”
Israel denied it had bombed the site but since has gradually taken responsibility for the pre-emptive attack.
More than two years ago, Der Spiegel reported that American intelligence agents as early as 2004 picked up unusual conversations between Syria and North Korea. The information as related to Israel, and the IDF set up antenna aimed at Al Kibar.
In 2006, Israeli agents in London were able to install a program on a Syrian official’s computer and collected information on construction plans and photographs showing pipes that led to a pumping station at the Euphrates.
One of the photos indentified North Korean nuclear scientists. The following years,Der Spiegel reported, an Iranian general defected to the CIA and revealed that Iran was funding a top-secret project in Syrian in coordination with North Korea.
The next revelation of the Syrian nuclear reactor occurred in March 2007, details of which had not been revealed until Makovsky’s report this week.