As Israel Continues To Take Out Military Targets In Damascus, Both Syria And Iran Say They Are Ready To Go To War With The Jews.
Syria’s United Nations envoy called on the world body’s Security Council to take measures against Israel’s continued assault on Syrian territories, as reported by the Syrian news agency Sana, wondering whether it would take a Syrian attack on Tel Aviv Airport to draw the council’s attention.
Yes, wars and rumors of wars abound all the time in the Middle East between the sovereign nation of Israel and any number of their relentless Muslim enemies. That by itself is nothing new, in fact, it’s quite predictable. But what is happening now is different from previous wars and previous years.
“And when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that the desolation thereof is nigh.” Luke 21:20 (KJV)
For perhaps the first time, Israel is opening talking about their bombing campaigns on Iranian targets in Damascus, Syria, because I believe that Israel needs to provoke Iran in the hopes of going to war with the terror state. The Iranian military has been gaining much strength over the past 5 years, and their alliances with Russia, Syria, and China make them more and more dangerous. I believe Israel understands that neutralizing them now will be a whole lot more palatable than going to war with them in 2-3 years from now.
But either way, things have escalated to the point where war likely cannot be avoided. Kind of funny, isn’t it, that all these nations we are discussing are all mentioned as major players in end times Bible prophecy? Looks to me like everything is right on schedule. And that means that the blessed hope is right around the corner.
Syria: If Israel Can Strike Damascus, We Can Strike Tel Aviv
FROM HAARETZ: “Does drawing the attention of the war-makers in this Council require us to exercise our legitimate right to self-defense and respond to Israeli aggression on Damascus International Airport by responding in the same way on Tel Aviv Airport?” the Syrian envoy, Dr. Bashar Al-Ja’afari, asked.
Al-Ja’afri also accused UN Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov of being equivocal rather than definitive in calling out Israel’s “daily crimes” and breaches of UN resolutions. The diplomat also blasted Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights, claiming that Syria has a “permanent right that is not subject to negotiation” to the area and repeating its intention to restore sovereignty over all its lost territories.
The Israeli assault was in retaliation for an Iranian surface-to-surface missile attack on Mount Hermon in northeastern Israel on Sunday which followed a new IAF attack on Iranian weapon storehouses near Damascus the same day. source
On Sunday night, the Israeli military announced that it struck Syrian and Iranian targets, including sites of the Guards’ Quds Force, in response to a surface-to-surface missile fired toward northern Israel a day earlier. Satellite images show that damage was incurred to several structures in Damascus International Airport. Twenty-one people were killed in the strike, according to a war watchdog report on Tuesday, which also noted that at least 12 of them were members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.
Israeli officials meanwhile believe Iran will respond more aggressively to recent Israeli strikes as the civil war nears its end and the country is carved up into areas of control.


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