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PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:43 am    Post subject: SYRIA * WW3 will begin in Syria  Reply with quote

WW3 will begin in Syria
Damascus is about to be removed from being a city and will become a fallen ruin. Isaiah 17:1 †

Syrian Scuds Prompt GOP to Block Nomination of Envoy to Damascus
Republican senators, responding to reports †that Syria is arming Hizbullah with lethal long-range Scud missiles, are trying to block the Obama-Clinton team from naming an envoy to Damascus.

8 senators fired off a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, charging that the Obama administrationís desire to win the nomination of career diplomat Robert Ford as ambassador is a concession to Syrian President Bashar Assad.

U.S. President Barack Obama quietly upgraded diplomatic relations with Syria several months ago, despite the United States' definition of the country as a state that supports terror. Then-President George W. Bush had recalled the American ambassador from Syria in 2005 following the assassination of Lebanonís anti-Syrian leader Rafiq Hariri. Syria has been fingered as responsible for the murder.

The GOP senators wrote to Secretary Clinton, ďEngagement for engagement's sake is not productive. However well-justified that engagement is, the U.S. pays a price for lending even a modicum of international legitimacy to a regime like Syria'sÖ.

ďAmerican appointment of an official ambassador to Damascus would likely be a partial concession to that ambition -- a concession that other countries with similar policies have not received. If the U.S. takes this step, it must be aimed at achieving tangible Syrian concessions in response.Ē

Arming Hizbullah with Scud missiles, which would easily place Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in their range, would give Hizbullah a lethal arsenal far superior to its current stockpile of Katyusha missiles, whose range is 90 percent less and which pounded northern Israel in the 2006 Second Lebanon War. Hizbullah and Syria have denied reports, first published by a Kuwaiti newspaper, that they are involved with Scud missiles.

The Obama administration has reversed the policy of the Bush government and claims that the sanctions the Bush government slapped on Syria have driven it closer to Iran.

"It's increasingly hard to argue that the engagement track has worked," Andrew Tabler told the French news agency AFP.
"Sending an ambassador to Syria who can press the Syrian government in a firm and coordinated fashion...is part of our strategy to achieve comprehensive peace in the region," a White House statement said, contradicting that view.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:47 am    Post subject: Scud missiles Not yet across Syrian-Lebanese border Reply with quote

Scud missiles Not yet across Syrian-Lebanese border †

DEBKAfile Exclusive Report April 14, 2010
Syria has not actually delivered Scud missiles, A or SS-1B, to the Hizballah in Lebanon - only positioned them on the border ready for transit at a moment's notice -
and taught two Hizballah brigades how to use them, debkafile's military sources report in the wake of a flurry of press reports,
according to which these ground missiles have already been smuggled into Lebanon in violation of UN resolutions.

Israel has warned Damascus via Washington that their crossover into Lebanon would bring forth
Israeli military action to destroy the missiles and their bases on both sides of the border.

Our sources add that Syria engineered the reports originating in the Kuwait Al Rai al Yaam in order to show Israel up to the
American and Middle East public as unable to follow through on its warnings and just a paper tiger.

Israel is especially sensitive to the prospect of Scud missiles in the hands of Iran's Lebanese proxy, Hizballah, for two reasons:

1. Their range is 700 km, more than double the 300 km-range generally reported. What they lack in precision,
they more than make up for in the distance of their reach; they would enable Hizballah for the first time to hit the big Israeli air bases in the southern Negev,
twice as far from the Lebanese border as Tel Aviv.

2. The Scud A or SS-1B are self-propelled, and therefore highly mobile and maneuverable and requiring relatively small teams and few vehicles for their operation.
This would render their Hizballah operators less susceptible to Israel air attack.

When in the second half of March, the Obama learned of Syria's preparations to arm Hizballah with these Scuds,
the White House sent John Kerry, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, to intercede with President Bashar Assad.

At their meeting in Damascus on April 1, Assad denied the missiles had been smuggled into Lebanon,
but he kept to himself the information that they were poised on the border for transfer and that two Hizballah brigades had been trained to fire them.

In consequence, Robert Ford, named as first US ambassador to Damascus in five years, was told to wait before taking up his post and the Senate procedure for his confirmation delayed.
On Tuesday, April 13, Sen. Kerry's spokesman said: "These weapons transfers must stop in order to promote regional stability and security."

Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak said the Scuds, if they were delivered, "would alter the balance of strength in the region and threaten its stability and calm."
He said the military build-up in Lebanon "is a clear violation of Security Council resolutions."
Barak made it clear that Israel †has "no belligerent intentions" towards Lebanon, adding: "We recommend that everyone maintain the calm."

Tic-Tic-Tic ..........

Israel will wait until the first launch, then retaliate against Syria -
maybe nuke Damascus  Isaiah 17:1

April 15, 2010
Hizbullah admits receiving Syrian scuds, accuses Israel of blowing incident out of proportion.

New Danger from North: Scud Missiles
The Syrian government claimed Israel is using the Scud ballistic missile transfer to try to create an excuse for launching a war.
The U.S., however, is not happy with the Syrian transfer of missiles to Lebanon - and an expert says Israel will have to take action.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:14 am    Post subject: Unclear if Syria sent Scuds to Lebanon Reply with quote

Unclear if Syria sent Scuds to Lebanon
My guess is either the scuds are in Lebanon or on the border,
being discovered either stopped this, or perhaps the scuds were quickly moved back just inside Syria border.

April 17 †Israel News
Following reports that Damascus transferred long-range missiles to Hezbollah, American official says,
'Transfer of some kind occurred, but it is unclear if rockets have changed hands.'
Another source says, 'US has no indications that rockets have moved across the border'

The United States does not believe Syria transferred long-range Scud missiles to Hezbollah, but has no doubt that Damascus had the intention to deliver missiles to the terror organization, US officials told the Reuters news agency on Saturday.

"We think the intent is there," a senior US official said. But the official and two others briefed on the case said it was unclear whether the missiles, which could hit deep inside Israel, were actually handed over in full to the group. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.

Hellzballah always arming itself, Scuds not Israel's business
"We believe a transfer of some kind occurred but it is unclear if the rockets themselves have changed hands," the senior official said.
A partial transfer could involve weapons parts, documents or funding, other officials said.
Another official said doubts were growing that Syria had delivered the Scuds in full and allowed them to transit to Lebanese territory:
"We don't believe it happened."

"It's unclear at this point that a transfer has occurred ... and the United States has no indications that the rockets have moved across the border," a third US official said.
Such comments come in contrast with remarks made by White House Spokesman Robert Gibbs on Wednesday, who said the US administration was "deeply concerned" with the alleged weapons transfer, which he said could undermine stability in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, State Department Spokesman P.J. Crowley said such a move could put Lebanon at risk.
Israel has relayed its protest over the alleged arms transfer to the US, and emphasized that these are "tie-breaking" missiles. It seems these transfer attempts were responsible for recent tensions on the northern border, as revealed by Ynet last month, when Israeli jets circled the Lebanese skies.

Recent events have awoken a concern in Washington that Israel may launch a pre-emptive strike following the reports of an arms transfer, and the administration summoned Syrian Ambassador Imad Moustapha for a meeting with the State Department, which relayed through him a message to Damascus not to deliver the missiles to their destination.

The ambassador in response conveyed, on behalf of Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem, Syria's sweeping denial of the reports. In addition, at a UN Security Council meeting on the Middle East, the Syrian envoy to the UN adamantly denied the reports.

Following the reports, Defense Minister Ehud Barak issued a warning to the Syrians, and President Shimon Peres expressed his concerns to French Prime Minister Francois Fillon, and said, "Syria is playing a double game. On the one hand, it is talking peace, and on the other hand, it is transferring precision Scud missiles to Hezbollah in order to threaten Israel."
According to Lebanon's official response, "This is an internal Lebanese matter".

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:22 pm    Post subject: The New Hizballah weapons from Syria Reply with quote

The New Hizballah weapons from Syria

April 18, 2010 † DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

Syria has expanded the flow of smuggled Syrian and Iranian weaponry across the Lebanese border to Hizballah in line with a master-plan charted in Tehran and Damascus for transforming the 25,000-strong Hizballah terrorist militia into an organized, mobile army with a whole range of sophisticated missiles and other weapons. The new Hizballah is being trained to carry out such offensive operations as capturing parts of Israel's Galilee and equipped with the hardware for knocking out warplanes, warships and armored strength.

One of their missions will be to defend the Syrian capital, Damascus. Tehran and Damascus calculate that the next time a war erupts on Israel's borders, its army will try and outflank Syrian forces on the Golan and drive past the units defending Damascus. That is where Hizballah is expected to come in.

Even after the Kuwaiti Al Rai claim that Syria had smuggled Scud ground missiles into Lebanon proved inaccurate and was denied in Washington, regional war tensions remained high - although not for the reason ascribed by Jordan's King Abdullah during his current visit to Washington.
The king forecast an outbreak of Middle East hostilities in the coming summer because of the Israel-Palestinian diplomatic stalemate. What's the connection? Our sources ask. Rather than admit he is nervously watching his aggressive Arab neighbor to the north, the Jordanian ruler is pinning the region's troubles on Israel because it is the right tune to sing in Barack Obama's Washington.

In actual fact, a Middle East war this summer depends on two actions which have nothing to do with the Palestinians: a decision by the US and/or Israel to strike Iran's nuclear facilities together or separately, and a decision in Tehran to unleash its allies against Israel - spearheaded by Hizballah - to preempt such an attack.

Ready to step into its new shoes, Hizballah is being armed with five major military capabilities, debkafile reports:

1. Surface-to-surface missiles able to reach as far as the Dimona reactor in southern Israel: They include Fajr-5, which has a range of 33 km, and the M-600, developed by Syria from the Fateh-110, whose range is 250 km. Both are precise, propelled by solid fuel and carry 500-kilo warheads of conventional explosives, as well as being able to deliver chemical, biological and radioactive materials.

This dangerous new arsenal which tops up the 40,000 rockets Hizballah was allowed to pile up since the 2006 Lebanon war.

Saturday, April 17, Israel's deputy defense minister Mattan Vilnai, warned that Syria and Hizballah between them had ballistic missiles that could reach every millimeter of Israeli territory.

But he did not explain how the national defense leadership, of which he is a senior member, allowed this to happen. †

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has said nothing to account for his 14-month old government's failure to make good on its pledges for change, and first of all to deal with the Iranian nuclear threat. †Instead, he follows his predecessors' same old passive routines on Iran, Syria and Hizballah, an open invitation to aggression and a recipe for armed conflict. Of late, he is hardly to be seen or heard except for the irrelevant comments he makes at state ceremonies.

2. †Iran has built for Hizballah five expanded commando brigades whose mission in a future conflict will be to capture and hold key northern Israeli towns and villages, including the town of Nahariya or parts thereof. This tactic would force Israeli forces marching into Lebanon to turn back and recover lost land.

On March 28, debkafile revealed this Iranian-Syrian master plan in detail.

3. †Syrian instructors are training Hizballah militiamen at top speed in the operation of ground-to-air weapons, including self-propelled missiles, against warplanes and incoming missiles and cruise missiles. Israel has threatened to destroy these batteries if they cross the border into Lebanon. They are therefore being held back in Syrian bases up against the border until such time as fighting flares. They will then be transferred into the hands of Hizballah units standing by on the Lebanese side of the border.

4. †Syria has set up a Hizballah special unit for attacking warships and fighting off Israeli coastal landings. It is equipped with advanced Chinese SS-26 Yakhont marine cruise missiles, which combine assault features with the ability to intercept attacking missiles or cruise missiles.

5. †Iranian and Syrian military engineers have constructed fortified anti-tank lines in many parts of Lebanon. They are linked by fast highways, to be closed to all traffic barring Hizballah units in an emergency, and by a military-grade communications network.

Egypt calls scud transfer to Hezbollah laughable lies
April 24, 2010

For more, see WAR DRUMS thread in this section


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 7:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Israel planning to attack Hezbollah arms depots in Syria?
August 29,  2010     Arab source, do not trust.  May be their excuse to attack Israel.
Kuwaiti news reports that Israel is preparing to strike Hezbollah targets in Syria.
Israel is planning to attack Hezbollah arms depots and weapons manufacturing plants in Syria, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Rai reported on Saturday.

The report is based on Western sources who asserted that Israel has increased its military force level along the northern border in the Golan Heights and Mount Dov areas.
The report cited European sources who claimed that recent Israeli unmanned aerial drone flights over Lebanon and Syria signal Israel's intentions to carry out operations in the area.

NK yellowcake headed to Syria in 2007

SYRIA - †Mysterious death of Russian
August 30, 2010 † † † DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
Gen. Yuri Ivanov,deputy head of Russian military, was found dead in mysterious circumstances described as a tragic swimming accident.
No further details were provided such as where he died.
Ivanov appears to have drowned in early August at the Syrian Mediterranean port town of Latakia. After he had been missing for ten days, his body was washed up on the shore of southern Turkey on August 12.

His remains were recovered by Turkish fishermen. †His body was finally identified by the cross around its neck, but there was no word on the cause of his death.
Debka believes he was murdered and his body thrown into the sea.
Ivanov went missing from a private, secretive engagement from which his aides and guards were banished to wait outside.

His former position was head of the North Caucasus branch of Russian military intelligence, he played a leading role in clandestine operations against al Qaeda and the Chechen revolt. †Among the many terrorist groups present in Syria are al Qaeda cells from the Caucasian. †

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2010 4:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


September  5,  2010     debka
Obama sent Syrian president Bashar Assad a stern warning that he will be held personally accountable and face consequences
if Israel and the Palestinian Authority are subjected to a terror campaign, whether by Hizballah or Damascus Palestinians.  
Assad is deepening his military partnership with Hizballah, storing sophisticated rockets for Hizballah at Syrian bases close to the border.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2010 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Since when has Obama ever made good on a warning to anybody? Was it Iran or North Korea? I'm trying to remember or is my memory starting to fail me?
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Syria droughts devastate crops, livestock


A black horse rider had a pair of scales in his hand.

The Death pale, ashen (green) horse had Hell following him. †Together they killed 1/4 of the population of Earth
with sword and with famine and with pestilence, plague, diseases and by the wild beasts of the earth.

4 horses of the Apocalypse, Revelation 6

I would call this GOD's justice against a land who plots evil for GOD's chosen people Israel.
Its yet another sign of global famine - the black horse is riding

September 09, 2010 † † †DAMASCUS
4 consecutive droughts since 2006 have triggered significant losses of crops and livestock in Syria, mostly in the northeast of the country, said a UN official.
The droughts have left Syrians reeling and are having serious effects beyond purely economic ones.
Many Syrians are now living in extreme poverty.

4 consecutive droughts since 2006 have affected Syria.
It is the worst in northeast Syria.

Most are small-scale farmers, further worsened as a result of the yellow rust disease affecting the soft wheat production.
Some herders have lost 85 percent of their livestock since 2005.
Decreased water table levels in Syria are also a serious source of concern.
Wheat production is believed to have fallen this year.

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