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PostPosted: Sat May 15, 2010 7:53 am    Post subject: LEBANON (Hezballah) NEWS  Reply with quote

The new Lebanon battlefield
Israelis dont fully realize scope of military threat posed by Hezbollah
HELLZballah  -  The party of satan - from hell.  The devil is the god of Islam.
May 14, 2010
When a war breaks out in th north, it will not be like the war that took place there in 2006.
Hezbollah is growing stronger every day, in terms of the number of fighters, quantity of missiles, and capabilities.
And what’s even more significant: The way this military power will be utilized will be vitally different.

Every few weeks, another piece of information finds its way to the media and hints to the new face of the confrontation taking shape in Lebanon.
Both sides prepare for the next round in full force, yet the lay citizen doesn’t understand much of it.
Well, another rocket was smuggled to Hezbollah, but it already has 40,000 anyway, so what’s the difference, people say.
All the rockets are the same, the average Israeli thinks.

Time examines Hezbollah's war preparations

American weekly's journalist visits south Lebanon to find Shiite group ready and waiting for next conflict with Israel.
'Next war is coming, 100%, but we don't know when', one fighter says

Meanwhile, our defense establishment does not bother to inform the public about the kind of confrontation it should be preparing for.
Israeli citizens had already been stunned by the scope of the damage that the other side can cause and rightfully asked:
How come we didn’t know? How come we didn’t prepare?
And who’s responsible for this failure? Yet this is precisely what’s happening now too.

Defense officials and academic experts see a very clear picture of the new battlefield in Lebanon,
but the average citizen, who will be a full party to the fighting in the next war, has no idea.
Nobody tells him anything.

Coincidently, a foreign professional newspaper recently published an item about the M-600 missiles supplied by Syria to Hezbollah.
Yet someone in Israel finds it convenient to hide this information, just like the transfer of Scud missiles to Lebanon was a secret in Israel,
until it was uncovered by an Arab newspaper.
Here and there, someone hints something about tensions on the northern border.
Occasionally, Arab media report about unusual Air Force over-flights. Yet for the average Israeli all this activity is out of bounds, on the order of authorities.

So why didn’t Israel prevent the transfer of missiles and rockets into Lebanon? That’s a good question. We may get the answer for it in the history books to be written in the future.

Terrorizing civilians

It’s important that we understand that M-600 missiles in Hezbollah’s possession are not just another item in its arsenal.
That’s the DNA; the code that exposes the new pattern of the group’s preparation for the next confrontation.

Let’s start from the fact that the M-600 is not a rocket, but rather, a much more accurate and effective weapon with strategic capabilities in Mideastern terms.
Theoretically, Hezbollah would be able to hit the IDF headquarters in central Tel Aviv in the next war should it wish to do so. In 2006, it did not possess this ability.

Does it mean that what we saw in the Second Lebanon War – hundreds of short and medium range rockets fired at northern Israel every day – will not repeat? Not at all.
Most of Hezbollah’s 40,000 rockets are still of this type, and next time it will again use them in an effort to sow destruction in northern communities and hit IDF troops before they enter Lebanon.

Based on the last war’s experience, these rockets are a “statistical weapon”:
The fire is inaccurate, most rockets land in unpopulated areas, and the number of casualties and extent of damage isn’t great.
However, in the next war, and in addition to the barrages we know, Hezbollah will have the option of firing dozens of accurate missiles simultaneously from dozens of launch sites across Lebanon –
while directing them at one specific target.

Not only will the damage caused by these missiles be much more accurate and graver, it’s much more complicated to spot and destroy dozens of single missiles that will appear simultaneously at different sites.

The accurate missiles possessed by Hezbollah are meant to destroy strategic targets in central Israel.
Such missiles are already deployed in southern Lebanon, with Hezbollah apparently intending to fire dozens of missiles daily for many days.
At the same time, the group plans to fire thousands of other rockets, and through this combined attack destroy national infrastructure and various facilities.

The objective of the thousands of long-range missiles accumulated by Hezbollah would be to sow pure terror among civilians and undermine our willingness to fight.
However, at this time, according to Hezbollah too, the group still does not possess enough accurate missiles in order to put this doctrine into action.
This is precisely the junction that calls for much more intensive international and Israeli activity, in order to curb the flow of accurate arms into Lebanon, before it’s too late.

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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 6:59 am    Post subject: Syria, Hizballah building wall in Bekaa, Lebanon Reply with quote

Syria, Hizballah are building a massive wall in eastern Lebanon Bekka Valley
May 15, 2010
 Syria deepens its footprint in Lebanon
Hizballah and Syria are building a massive fortified wall, running from Rashaya Al-Wadi on the western, Lebanese slopes of Mt. Hermon
(85 kilometers southeast of Beirut) in the south, to the Lebanese Beqaa Valley town of Aita el-Foukhar, in the north.

The structure, 22 kilometers long in parallel to the Lebanese-Syrian border promises to be one of the biggest fortified structures in the Middle East.
It is designed as an obstacle against any Israeli tank forces heading through Lebanon toward the Syrian capital, Damascus.
When it is finished, the barrier will isolate a key Lebanese border region - 14 kilometers wide and 22 kilometers long -
from the rest of the country and place it under Hizballah-Syrian military control.

This region is inhabited most by Druzes and Christians.
The project became possible in the last year, after Lebanon's Druze leader, Walid Jumblatt,
turned away from his pro-Western allegiance and threw in his lot with the pro-Syrian camp,
lining up with Syrian president Bashar Assad and Hizballah's secretary Hassan Nasrallah and buying into the military alliance headed by Iran.

Behind the rising wall, Hizballah and Syria can freely smuggle weapons across concealed from outside surveillance, while deepening Syria's footprint in Lebanon.

In any case, they pulled off their subterfuge for getting the Scuds across by stationing two Hizballah brigades on the Syrian side of the border for training in the new missiles.
When Israeli failed to make good on its threat to strike those missiles if they reached Hizballah hands,
Damascus and Hizballah felt free to go forward with Part Two of their plan for Lebanon's militarization -
first the Hizballah militia's transformation into a modern army with sophisticated weapons, and now the raising of a fortified wall and creating a Syrian-controlled buffer region inside Lebanon,
55 kilometers east of Beirut and 35 kilometers north of South Lebanon and the Israeli border.

According to our military sources, Syria intends to keep that region off-limits to Lebanese military access -except for Hizballah.
Syrian troops, officers and arms stores are to be based there and maintained in a state of war readiness.

Syria stands to gain another prime strategic asset with its control of Rashaya Al-Wadi, at the southernmost point of the new wall:
This scenic village commands the Taim valley, whence flow a number of water courses that feed the River Jordan and the Sea of Galilee;
for the first time in many years, Damascus will be placing a hand on one of Israel's primary water sources.

Satisfied that the Netanyahu government will continue to sit on its hands, Syria and Hizballah are not hiding the massive barrier project's progress.
Long convoys of trucks crossing in from Syria can be seen converging on the site, loaded with cement and other building materials.
Our Middle East sources report that the project is so immense and the work so intensive, that shops in Damascus have run out of cement, forcing many other construction works in Syria to a standstill.

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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 7:08 am    Post subject: Getting ready for Hezballah Reply with quote

The new Lebanon battlefield
May 15, 2010  
 Alex Fishman  Israel Opinion
IDF to head into next Lebanon war with more firepower, upgraded capabilities.
The Scud missiles which Hezbollah reportedly received from Syria are meant for a specific objective.
Should it indeed turn out that the missiles smuggled in are of the Scud D type, this is apparently a threat on Israel's nuclear reactor in Dimona.

As far as is known, Nasrallah's group does not have plans to take over areas in the Galilee.
It may have the ability to raid a community, in order to produce drama, yet its war will focus on firing rockets and missiles deep into Israel, over time.
For that reason, most of its fortifications aim to protect and feed its strategic arm.

This protection is premised on roughly 160 military compounds established in southern Lebanon, in villages and in their vicinity, including in Christian enclaves.
For that reason, when the IDF held drills it referred to the communities as military compounds in every way.
For a change, the army will head into the next war in Lebanon with a plan that had already been practiced.

Hezbollah started the process of drawing lessons in the wake of the Second Lebanon War, and updated them following Operation Cast Lead in Gaza.
The operation in the south in 2008-9 demonstrated to an even greater extent than in 2006 the grave results of the IDF's so-called "Dahiya Doctrine" –
Nasrallah realizes that today the IDF is in a whole new place, both in terms of maneuvering and firepower.
For this reason, Hezbollah (as well as Hamas) is rapidly digging up fortifications underground – bunkers, headquarters, control centers, and passage ways from one sector to another.

In order to direct coordinated fire at the same target, one needs a much more advanced command and control system than the one possessed by Hezbollah thus far.
Here, in fact, lies its vulnerability. On the one hand, it's hard to cope with a terror group that conducts itself like an army.
On the other hand, Hezbollah is already suffering all the problems of an institutionalized military organization; problems which small and secretive guerilla cells are not afflicted with.

In the Second Lebanon War, the Air Force destroyed Hezbollah's long-range missiles within 35 minutes.
Meanwhile, 50% of the rockets fired from industrialized short and mid range rocket launchers were destroyed before they were used, while the rest were destroyed immediately after the first attack.
We can assume that the Israeli Air Force's and ground forces' abilities in terms of accurate weaponry and hitting such targets have improved since then, by several notches.

Hezbollah's dream is to maintain an army of at least 40,000 men, Today it has less than half of that, and the increase it aspires for requires compromise on manpower quality.
Moreover, advanced weapons systems require strict maintenance and high technological capabilities. This is no longer a case of fighting with your Kalashnikov or RPG.

In the next war, USELESS UNIFIL will not be in south Lebanon. Its members will leave when the war breaks out, even if they're not saying this right now.
UNIFIL does not have the mandate to interfere in the fighting, and it certainly has an interest in safeguarding its soldiers' lives.

On another front, the 15,000 troops of the Lebanese Army deployed south of the Litani River do not constitute a target for the IDF at this time.
However, this army is expected to put up a fight once a war breaks out. Based on this logic, the IDF will be addressing this army as a hostile force.
In other words, any clash that includes IDF ground movement in Lebanon will have to push aside and neutralize these 15,000 troops as quickly as possible.

Nasrallah is apparently unconvinced that his group has reached the optimal point to embark on war. He possesses endless amounts of rockets, yet not many accurate and long-range missiles.
We can assume that once he accumulates a sufficient arsenal, the countdown shall begin. The fire will only be a matter of time.
And this is precisely the place to ask what Israel's government is doing so that these balance-violating weapons won't continue to pour into Hezbollah's hands,
and whether the convoys that cross the Syria-Lebanon border should continue to enjoy impunity under UN Resolution 1701.

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PostPosted: Sat May 22, 2010 5:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IRAN plans pre-emptive attack on Israel, likely Chemical  

A red horse rider was granted to take peace from the earth, and that men would slay one another and a great sword was given to him.  Revelation 6

Turning-Point 4 - Large-scale Israel Defense Forces exercises begin Sunday, May 23, 2010
May 21, 2010  
   General Paul Vallely interview on PJTV.com
Summer of 2010 will change the world.  This situation is very serious.  Iran is NOT bluffing.
Soviet Sub flying Iranian flag docked at Beirut port.  
Russians unloaded stuff in Lebanon port wearing hazmat suits, probably chemicals for Hellzballah missiles placed in homes and orchards.
Tunnels between Lebanon and Israel for HELLzballa to sneak inside Israel.
General Paul Vallely reveals how Iranian submarines are now equipping Israel's enemies with Scud missiles armed warheads filled with chemical weapons.
Well worth listening to this video

If Arabs laid down their weapons, there'd be peace today.
If Israel laid down their weapons there'd be no Israel

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 17, 2010 5:48 pm    Post subject: WAR Over Israel’s Gas and Oil Fields Reply with quote

Hizballah threatens to sink Israel-bound ships

Wednesday, May 26, 2010   Israel Today Staff
In a threat reminiscent of Germany's unrestricted submarine warfare during the two world wars, Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Tuesday
threatened to sink any ships entering Israeli waters in the event of another war with the Jewish state.

Speaking to to supporters marking the perceived "victory" over Israel in 2000 when Israeli forces withdrew from their southern Lebanon security zone,
Nasrallah said that if war broke out and Israel again imposed a naval blockade on Lebanon, Hizballah missiles would target Israeli and non-Israeli ships in the area.

The Israeli navy patrolled the Lebanese coast during the 2006 Second Lebanon War to prevent additional illicit arms from reaching the terror group.
But Nasrallah characterized it as an attempt to choke Lebanon into submission, and said that next time around he would respond by
convincing people to stay away from Israel by killing anyone who got close to its shores.

WAR Over Israel’s Gas and Oil Fields    June 17, 2010
Hizbullah has laid claim to a huge oil and gas field that Israel discovered off its northeastern Mediterranean Coast -- and which Lebanon already has claimed as well.
The terrorist organization warned that it will not allow Israel to take possession of the offshore fields, which could make the Jewish State energy self-sufficient for the first time in history.

The As-Safir Lebanese newspaper told its readers that the gas field “was located between Israeli and Cypriot territorial waters and stretches toward the Lebanese coast.
”Lebanese newspapers also reported that previous Israeli gas finds “were either taking place in areas stretching to Lebanese territorial waters or other spots far away from the Israeli coast.”

Hizbullah’s claims were stated by the party’s executive council chief Hashem Safieddine, who was quoted by the Tehran Times as saying it would not allow Israel to “loot” Lebanese gas resources.
Lebanese parliamentary speaker Nabih Berri previously said, “Israel is racing to make the case a fait accompli and was quick to present itself as an oil emirate,
ignoring the fact that, according to the maps, the deposit extends into Lebanese waters. Exploring our options in this field is our best bet to pay off Lebanon's debts.”

The Israeli government immediately responded to the Lebanese claims, saying they are totally unfounded and that all of the gas and oil fields are off the coast of Israel and not Lebanon.
Dr. Yaakov Mimran, director of energy exploration for the National Infrastructures Ministry, called the claims "nonsense.” He added, "These noises occur when they smell gas.
Until then they sit quietly and let the other side spend the money.”

Marine law expert Amir Cohen-Dor told the Globes business news service that the
Dalit and Tamar gas fields are within Israel's contiguous economic zone, and that United Nations regulations clearly state that Israel can develop them.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 18, 2010 3:18 pm    Post subject: Lebanon Hellzballah flotilla to Gaza Sunday Reply with quote

Lebanon Hellzballah flotilla to Gaza Sunday
June 18, 2010
Lebanon aid ship Miriam to set sail to Gaza Sunday, Israel's ambassador to the UN says ships linked to Hezbollah, Israel reserves the right to defend itself.
Israeli ambassador to the United Nations Gabriela Shalev sent a letter on Friday to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and the UN Security Council warning that a Lebanese Gaza-bound flotilla which is scheduled to set sail on Sunday could "affect the peace and security of the region.  Israel reserves its right under international law to use all necessary means to prevent these ships from violating the existing naval blockade imposed on the Gaza Strip.

It appears that a small number of ships plan to depart from Lebanon and sail to the Gaza Strip which is under the control of the Hamas terrorist regime, while those who organize this action claim that they wish to break the blockade on Gaza and to bring humanitarian assistance to the people of Gaza, the true nature of the actions remains dubious."
"The organizers of these boats have made repeated assertions to the media that they wish to be Shahids (martyrs). There exists a possible link between the organizers of the ships in question and the terrorist group Hezbollah."

Earlier Friday the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah said that it would not take part in Gaza-bound aid missions so as not to give a pretext for Israel to attack Lebanon.
Some 50 Christian* and Muslim Lebanese women as well as foreigners are preparing to leave Lebanon on Sunday on board of the Miriam.
The group of women, who announced that they do not belong to any political group, will sail from the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli to Cyprus and then to Gaza, between June 23 and 25.

The ship which will be loaded with medical supplies for cancer patients, would be the latest bid to break Israel's four-year blockade of the Hamas-ruled territory.
DM Ehud Barak warned the Lebanese government that it would be held responsible for ships sailing from Lebanon to the Gaza Strip, Israel Radio reported.
Samar al-Hajj, who is organizing the Miriam voyage to Gaza, thanked Israel "for its threats which only strengthened these women's willpower to make the trip. I tell the Israelis we are not afraid and we are going on with our plans."

* Not true Christians.  These are Israel-hating Maronite Catholics that call themselves christian.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:43 pm    Post subject: HELLzballah advances 20,000 troops to Israeli border Reply with quote

HELLzballah advances 20,000 troops to Israeli border
July  11, 2010     |    29 Tammuz, 5770       within the 3 weeks

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu keeps on vowing that Iran will not be allowed to establish an outpost on Israel's borders, but he has not lifted a finger to stop this menace ensconcing itself in the north.
He cannot realistically expect feeble UN reprimands and the puny French contingent of UNIFIL to blow away the 20,000 Hizballah troops dug in in 160 new positions in South Lebanon, backed by a vast rocket arsenal - even though this is a gross violation of UN Security Council resolution 1701.

Iran's proxy has therefore won the first round of its drive to recover the forward positions lost in the 2006 war and stands ready for the next. Israel has reinforced its border defenses against this massed Hizballah strength just a few hundreds meters away.

How could Jerusalem let this to happen?
The answer is by a misguided policy of misdirected reliance on international players and diplomacy, as though the military menace existed only in documentary form, instead of real armies led by single-minded terrorists with utter contempt for the rules of international diplomacy.
The guns Israel invoked for dealing with the Palestinian Hamas in Gaza - President Barack Obama and the European Union - were too big for their target and the Middle East Quartet's envoy former British premier Tony Blair had to be roped in.
The guns Israel relied on to deal with Hizballah - the UN and France - are too small and ineffective for the job.

Following a French complaint, the UN Security Council convened Friday, July 9 and passed a resolution "strongly deploring the recent incidents involving UNIFIL peacekeepers which took place in southern Lebanon on June 29, July 3 and July 4."
All parties in Lebanon were urged "to respect the safety of UNIFIL and United Nations personnel."
The UN was not even asked to address Hizballah's illegal redeployment in new positions in the South - only the harassment of peacekeepers - nor did it do so. In one instance last week, French troops on patrol were pulled out of their armed vehicles, their weapons snatched and they were beaten with sticks, rocks and eggs.

This was no spontaneous outburst.  debkafile's military sources report that the "villagers" were instructed by Iran's new Iranian commander in Lebanon, Hossein Mahadavi, to hit on the French contingent to punish Paris for supporting the UN Security Council's expanded sanctions for its nuclear violations, while at the same time blocking the peacekeeper's access to the "closed areas" where the new Hizballah bases have been set up.

Tehran nominated a high-ranking officer to Lebanon - Mahadavi's former job was commander of Iran's Overseas Division - indicating the importance it attaches to this volatile borderland. Indeed, if Hizballah gets away with its new deployment in the South and is allowed to make it permanent, the UN force will have lost even this scrappy foothold and Hizballah will be free to carry on its preparations for war without the slightest hindrance.
So much for Netanyahu's pledge, reiterated during his talks and interviews in the United States last week, that in negotiations with Arabs, especially the Palestinians, Israel will never accept any accommodation that permits Iran to set up military and rocket bases on its borders.

The fact is that since he entered the prime minister's office, he and defense minister Ehud Barak have done nothing to hold back the stream of armed Hizballah militiamen flooding South Lebanon, although they are now actively endangering the one-and-a-half million Israelis living just across the border.

If they imagined that UN peacekeepers would suddenly stand up and start repelling this southward tide of men and war materiel, they need only to take note of the tepid UN reprimand last Friday to understand that the Elysee Palace had no intention of letting French troops pick up the Hizballah ball and chase the Shiite terrorists back to their former positions.
Tehran and Hizballah therefore felt they could safely issue a new spate of threats: Israelis traveling anywhere in the world faced kidnap or death  in response to a series of hits attributed to their clandestine agencies, such as the  assassination of a key Hizballah commander Imad Mughniyeh in Damascus in 2008, the deaths of the Iranian nuclear physicist Prof. Massoud Ali Mohammmadi in the middle of Tehran in January of this year, and the Hamas operative responsible for Iranian money transfers to the Gaza Strip Mohammed al-Mabhouh in Dubai nine days later.

Israel responded to the verbal escalation on July 7, by doing something it has never done before: Col. Ronen Marli, chief of the northern border's Western Brigade - the unit which will have to hold off the enemy in the early hours of attack from Lebanon - exhibited to the public aerial photos and intelligence maps recording the new spread of Hizballah forces: He reported 20,000 armed men scattered through 160 village and towns - only in the South, where its presence is prohibited by the UN-mediated ceasefire of 2006. The images did not include the substantial strength Hizballah maintains in central Lebanon and the Beqaa Valley to the east, or its estimated 40,000 rockets and missiles.

The Israeli colonel was of the opinion that an "event (a military attack or terrorist operation) could erupt today or in a year." He admitted it could be a surprise. Adding: "But we are working in different ways to thwart any event and if happens, we'll know how to handle it."
The IDF backed him up with an announcement that Israel is beefing up its strength along the Lebanese border and, the next day, July 8, the Jerusalem center for terrorist threats, published a warning to Israelis abroad, including the United States, to beware of abductions and murderous attacks.
Saturday, a Hizballah spokesman responded: "All three (UN, France, Israel) are preparing something, but we are ready," it said. "Our forces in the South are on the highest level of war preparedness."
The next conflagration may be just a single lighted match away. It could be ignited by some local incident, a terrorist event outside the Middle East or an order from Tehran.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2010 3:52 pm    Post subject: HELLzballah has target list ready Reply with quote

HELLzballah has target list ready
July  11, 2010  
  |    29 Tammuz, 5770       within 'the 3 weeks'
Hellzballah says has list of targets in Israel
Sheikh Nabil Kaouk responds to IDF release of maps and aerial photographs of weapons depots and command centers in southern Lebanon, says Shiite group has bank of military targets inside Israel to hit in any future war
Hezbollah has a list of military targets inside Israel to hit in any future war.
Hezbollah commander in southern Lebanon, Sheikh Nabil Kaouk, made his comments Sunday in response to this week's release by Israel's military of maps and aerial photographs of what it described as a network of Hezbollah weapons depots and command centers in southern Lebanon.

The Israeli material included detailed maps and 3-D simulations showing individual buildings that the military said were rocket storehouses.
Some were said to be located close to schools and hospitals.
Though the border has remained quiet for the last 4 years, Israel and Hezbollah have exchanged threats in recent months.
Hezbollah has increased its prewar arms stockpile to more than 40,000 rockets, the range now includes Israel main population center in and around Tel Aviv.
Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said the group now can hit anywhere in Israel.

Hezbollah warns Israel they have list of IDF targets

HELLzballah has target list ready

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War council in Lebanon  -  IRAN is Feeling the Heat!
President Ahmadinejad to visit to Beirut, Lebanon
July  12, 2010  
  |     1  Av,  5770     DEBKAfile Exclusive
IRAN is realizing that the US embargo on gasoline and other refined oil products are for real.
Iranian, Syrian, Qatari and Lebanese leaders will hold a war conference.
They have already decided to attack Israel in September or October.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to visit Beirut, Lebanon for the first time near the end of July or early August,
as a confrontational exercise to warn the US and Israel that full implementation of the tough new
UN, US and European sanctions will provoke war on Israel from both Iran and Lebanon.  (And Syria and Gaza)
US banking system and markets closing to Iranian firms and the UAE consented to close its ports to Iranian traffic.

Rosh HaShanah, GOD's New Year, begins September 9th.
Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for Jews, begins September 18th.
Sukkot begins September 23 and continues for 7 days until the 29th.
This time period from Av 1 to Av 9 is a historical tragic time for Jews

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