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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 6:23 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Israel to withdraw from Golan
September 16, 2010  DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
George Mitchell visits Damascus, SYRIA to revive Syrian-Israeli peace talks.  
He carries with him a detailed map drawn up by Netanyahu to represent Israeli proposed withdrawal from much of the Golan Heights.
Netanyahu showed Obama detailed maps 3 months ago, showing how far he was willing to pull Israel back from Golan.

Israel demands Syria cut ties with Iran, Hellzballah, and Hamas, and a host of Palestinian terrorists enjoying Syrian sanctuary and hospitality.
Israel and the IDF would pull back 'the Ridge Line' thereby ceding to Syria the entire Golan plateau together with most of the communities living there.
In military terms, Israel would be able to quickly regain control of the territory if the peace accords break down.
Netanyahu's proposed withdrawal line is located 2.5 kilometers from the Jordan River.
It is the last high-altitude area before the land on the western face of Golan drops steeply down to the Jordan River, the Hula Valley and Sea of Galilee.
Even after the bulk of the territory is restored to Syria, the Ridge Line offers Israel two major advantages compared with a total withdrawal up to the Jordan River.

1. Israel would retain control of the western and eastern banks of the Jordan River, a major source of its water supply.
A troop presence on the two banks would make it easier to transfer military forces back to Golan in the event of war.

2. The Ridge Line is a natural barrier to passage in and out of the Golan. It would give the population centers of the
Hula and Sea of Galilee valleys below with an Israeli military firewall against the Syrian shooting attacks plaguing them before the 1967 war
and place an obstacle in the path of Syrian tanks trying to break from Golan to the lowlands of northeastern Israel.
For 3 months Netanyahu has been trying to convince Obama to place the Syrian peace track ahead of the hopeless Palestinian mess.
More info and MAP here

Russia to supply Syria with P-800 missiles

September 17, 2010   |   Tishrei 9, 5771
Moscow's Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov says arms sale of Yakhont cruise missiles to Damascus to go on as planed.
Concerns by Washington DC and Jerusalem are 'unjustified.'  Yeah, right.

Russia will supply Syria with P-800 Yakhont cruise missiles.
Russian nuclear cooperation with Syria
is unnerving for the United States and Israel, who know they will reach HELLzballah.
The issue is expected to be discussed at NATO summit in Lisbon in November.

Russia to sell Syria anti-ship cruise missiles

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Damascus is about to be removed from being a city and will become a fallen ruin.   Isaiah 17:1  

Israel releases 1973 war papers to warn SYRIA
October  6,  2010 [/b]  Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak decided to release the minutes of the deliberations on an air blitz against Damascus
held in Jerusalem in October 1973, before and during the Yom Kippur War 37 years ago, as a strong warning to Syrian President Bashar Assad.

The decision to take out Damascus to halt the Syrian offensive was overruled - THEN.
This time could be different.  SYRIAN centers of power could be at risk if Syria and Hizballah go through with their coup plot on Beirut government.
That is the message relayed by the October 1973 unusually wide-ranging war papers released this week.

October 6, 1973 Egypt and Syria combined forces caught Israel by surprise, attacking as Jews honored Yom Kippur, their holiest day of the year.
Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir said, 'we can wipe out the entire Syrian air force by 12:00 noon today.'

I have heard some WONDERFUL Jewish testimonies of HUGE MIRACLES GOD did for the Jews that day!
Israel nearly lost.  Jews took thousands of casualties in Sinai, the Golan had fallen,
and there was nothing in the way of the Syrian army going all the way to the Sea of Galilee and Tiberias, the HEART of GOD's land of ISRAEL.

Israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan sought permission from Golda Meir to bomb Damascus.
I equate this with the USA bombing Japan after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.

Golda said no
My heart loves this woman!  I heard she died knowing the Messiah Yeshua.  When I went to Israel, I sat on her grave as the tour group moved on.
This was a great woman, a modern Deborah such as the book of Judges.
Israel was just hours away from an air blitz against Damascus in 1973.
This time their war planes may not be prevented.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israeli govt had a shakeup overnite
January 17, 2011   Monday

LEBANON  *  SYRIA foolishly backs HELLZballah
January 16, 2011    debka

Leadership changes in Egypt, Saudi Arabia as their kings are dying,
and Lebanon coup this month, and now Israel has a change.
Following I have tried to make early sense of what has occurred in Israel overnite, and the mideast this month.

EGYPT VIOLENCE  -  January 2011

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Syria Internet Down as Egypt Blackout Catches On In Middle East
(Friday, January 28th, 2011)

On the same day that Egypt has suspended online activity, Syria has also blocked internet service.
Syria is known for a tight control of the internet, which was tightened further after the unrest in TUnisia, reports Reuters. Now, Al Arabiya is reporting that internet services have gone down completely in the country.
Egypt’s online services have reportedly been down since last night as the country’s deadly protests geared up for what was planned as the largest day of protests so far.
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Is Syria next?  
January 31, 2011  Is Syria the next Arab domino to go?
Syrian activists have been using Facebook to call for a 'day of rage' against the Assad regime on Saturday, February 5.
   In the past week, Syrian activists have been using Facebook to call for mass protests in Syria on Saturday, February 5, 2011, dubbing it the "Day of Rage." In Facebook pages created specifically for this purpose, members have called on the Syrian public to take to the streets on that date and stage peaceful demonstrations and rallies in all parts of the country, as well as in front of Syrian embassies in Arab and European capitals, in protest of the oppressive Syrian regime. These Facebook pages also feature images and videos slamming Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and supporting protest against his rule.

   The organizers of the Syrian protests have expressed support for the demonstrators in Tunisia and Egypt, and have adopted their methods:[1] opening special Facebook pages on which information is posted regarding the place and time of the planned protests, and creating a special profile picture, associated with the protests, to be used by all Facebook members sympathizing with the cause. However, it seems that the scope of their activity is limited compared to that of the Tunisian and Egyptian activists. So far, the number of people who have registered as members on these Facebook pages is relatively small, and some of the members reside outside the country.

   Among those promoting the "Day of Rage" protests is the Independent Islamic Bloc – part of the "Damascus Declaration" opposition movement – which has called upon Syrians to attend a "sweeping protest and mass rally" in front of the Parliament house in Damascus on February 5. In its announcement, the organization praised the protests in Tunisia and Egypt and warned the Syrian regime against continuing its oppression, corruption and political arrests.[2] Websites have also published a message by "the Popular Committees in Aleppo Province" announcing a February 5 protest rally in the center of Aleppo, the second largest city in Syria.[3]

   The organizers of the planned demonstrations in Damascus and Aleppo have listed their demands: an improvement in living standards, respect for human rights, freedom of speech for all Syrian citizens, and greater influence for Syrian youth. They requested that the protesters come equipped with nothing more than Syrian flags and signs expressing their demands.[4]

   Syria is on the alert for the possible spread of protests to its territory. On January 29, 2011, the Syrian authorities prevented the holding of a demonstration in solidarity with the Egyptian protesters in front of the Egyptian embassy in Damascus, fearing a conflagration.[5] It was also reported that Syrian security chief 'Ali Mamlouk has met with province governors and police commanders in order to prepare for possible protests in the country.[6]

   There are conflicting reports regarding the accessibility of Facebook, which has played a crucial role in mobilizing the public for the current wave of protests in the Arab world. According to a January 25, 2011 report on Alarabiya.net, the Syrian authorities have restricted access to Facebook in a bid to keep the protests from spreading to Syria, but some users are managing to access the site through proxies. [7] The Syrian news agency SANA has denied this, saying that access to the Internet is unrestricted throughout the country.[8]
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Russia cruise missiles to Syria
YES I have seen this on several news links

The Israeli Defense Ministry issued a statement Saturday regarding publications that Russia intends to complete a deal to transfer cruise missiles to Syria. “This deal was signed two years ago and has been in the process of implementation for some time, despite Israel’s appeals to Russia regarding the matter.” Security officials warned that the Russian cruise missiles “are potentially dangerous weapons and they may come fall into the hands of Hezbollah, just as other weapons systems came from Syria.”

The announcement came after Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said that Russia would fulfill its contractual obligation and complete the transfer of cruise missiles to Syria, according to AFP. According to the report, news agencies in Moscow said the Kremlin did not intend to withdraw from the deal signed between the two countries in 2007, despite the objections of Israel and the United States.

Also on Saturday, Iran and Syria agreed to cooperate on naval training, Iran’s official news agency said on Saturday, Reuters reported. ”The two parties will cooperate with each other in training issues and the exchange of personnel,” IRNA quoted the agreement, signed by the commanders of both navies, as saying, according to the report. The agreement came days after two Iranian warships – the Khark, which has 250 crew members and can carry three helicopters, and the Alvand, which is armed with torpedoes and anti-ship missiles – arrived at Syria’s Latakia seaport on Thursday, sailing through the Suez Canal and into the Mediterranean.
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Iran to build permanent naval base in Syria

This is no surprise.  Syria and Lebanon no longer exist - its all Iran.

March 2, 2011  

Just two days after two Iranian warships reached the Syrian port of Latakia via the Suez Canal, Friday, Feb. 25, an Iranian-Syrian naval cooperation accord was signed providing for Iran to build its first Mediterranean naval base at the Syrian port, debkafile's military and Iranian sources reveal.
The base will include a large Iranian Revolutionary Guards weapons depot stocked with hardware chosen by the IRGC subject to prior notification to Damascus. Latakia harbor will be deepened, widened and provided with new "coastal installations" to accommodate the large warships and submarines destined to use these facilities.

Iran has much to celebrate, debkafile's military sources report. It has acquired its first military foothold on a Mediterranean shore and its first permanent military presence on Syrian soil. Tehran will be setting in place the logistical infrastructure for accommodating incoming Iranian troops to fight in a potential Middle East war.

According to our sources, the "cadets" the Kharg cruiser, one of the two Iranian warships allowed to transit the Suez Canal, was said to be carrying were in fact the first construction crews for building the new port facilities.
Two more events were carefully synchronized to take place in the same week.

On Feb. 24, as the Iranian warships headed from the Suez Canal to Syria, Hamas fired long-range made-in-Iran Grade missiles from the Gaza Strip into Israel, one hitting the main Negev city of Beersheba for the first time since Israel's Gaza campaign two years ago - as debkafile reported on that day. Tehran was using its Palestinian surrogate to flaunt its success in getting its first warships through the Suez Canal in the face of Israeli protests. The Iranians were also parading their offensive agenda in deploying warships on the Mediterranean just 287 kilometers north of Israel's northernmost coastal town of Nahariya.
The second occurrence was a contract announced by Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov for the sale of advanced Russian shore-to-sea cruise missiles to Syria. The Yakhont missile system has a range of 300 kilometers and skims the waves low enough to be undetected by radar. debkafile's military sources take this sale as representing Moscow's nod in favor of the new Iranian base at Latakia, 72 kilometers from the permanent naval base Russia is building at the Syrian port of Tartous.

The Russians are willing to contribute towards the Iranian port's defenses and looking forward to cooperation between the Russian, Iranian and Syrian fleets in the eastern Mediterranean opposite the US Sixth Fleet's regular beat.

This unfolding proximity presents the United States with a serious strategic challenge and Israel with a new peril, which was nonetheless dismissed out of hand by Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak. In a radio interview Monday, Feb. 28, he brushed aside the Iranian warships' passage through the Suez as "an outing for cadets" which did not require an Israeli response. He added, "For now, there is no operational threat to Israel."
According to Barak, the Suez Canal is open to all of the world's warships and the two Iranian vessels' transit could not have been prevented. He omitted to explain how Egypt did prevent it for 30 years and why it was permitted now. The defense minister went on to speak of "fresh signs that President Bashar Assad is willing to resume peace talks with Israel."

Both Barak's assessments were knocked down by Damascus on the same day.

Syrian Defense Minister Lt. Gen. Ali Mohammad Habib soon put him right on the "cadets' outing." At a ceremony in honor of the Iranian Navy Commander Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, Habib said: "Iranian warships' presence in the Mediterranean Sea for the first time after 32 years is a great move that is going to cripple Israel."

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SYRIA Protesters tell Assad to GO

March 21, 2011  Monday

Syrian President Bashar Assad sent troops to suppress the uprising in Darra (Deraa), southern Syria.
Sunday the United States condemned the violence in Syria as they bombed Libya and support Palestinian violence in Israel.
Demonstrations spread to Quneitra on the Syrian side of the Golan abutting the part held by Israel.
Syrian troops cut southern Syria off from the rest of the country, and laid to siege border regions on the Syrian Golan adjoining the Lebanese and Israeli borders and the Yarmuk River crossing into Jordan.

My friend Ed has had a vision of Syrian troops entering Israel thru tunnels from Jordan.

Syria kills 12 in attack on mosque

March 23, 2011
Syrian forces killed 12 people in an attack on a mosque in the southern city of Daraa, site of unprecedented protests challenging President Bashar Assad's Baathist rule.
Those killed included a doctor who went to the Omari mosque to help victims of the attack, which occurred just after midnight, said the residents, declining to be named.
The west tends to think of a mosque as a church.  However, Muslims store weapons in their mosques so they are legitimate targets.

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Syria kills protesters, U.S. disapproves

March 26, 2011   Saturday  

37 killed in Deraa, locals say 150 killed, Amnesty Intl claims 55 killed. Cant trust or believe Amnesty or the locals or Jazeera.
Muslims have Friday prayers then go riot.  Normal Islam - murderous and crazed.

Syrian protestors demand govt 'liberate Golan' interpret as ATTACK ISRAEL. The Golan Heights belongs to Israel.
That is the GOAL of all these Muslim nations uprisings - to wipe out ISRAEL.
Anti-goverment demonstrations.
NEWS out of mideast is SO untrustworthy, SO biased (read LIES), that I include links in my forum for you, but dont swallow them.

Syrian troops killed people in Deraa, Damascus and Sanamein.  Deraa has been in revolt for a week, gunfire and tear gas scattered a crowd
of thousands after people lit a fire under a statue of late president Hafez al-Assad, whose son Bashar has ruled since his death in 2000.
Syria regime supporters surround, threaten to burn Al Jazeera bureau in Damascus.  News from Al Jazeera which is Islamic propaganda.

What riots?  video here

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