Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Updates From The Epicenter:

Iranian officials not only publicly call for Israel's destruction while they race towards completion of nuclear weapons, but they have also been working feverishly behind the scenes to insure Israel's demise:

The Assad regime has already declared that they wouldn't use chemical weapons on their own people but they would use such weapons in the event of 'foreign intervention'. Israel's appropriate concern is that these weapons will be used against them:

Iran has passed nonconventional weapons to Syria for possible use in the event the regime of Bashar al-Assad faces imminent collapse, according to knowledgeable Middle Eastern security officials.
The information comes as Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told reporters yesterday the Syrian government seems to have slowed any preparations for the possible use of chemical weapons against so-called rebels fighting Assad’s forces.
Last week, members of the al-Qaida affiliated Al-Nusra, which makes up the top leadership of the rebel fighters, reportedly seized control of the Syrian-Saudi Chemicals Company factory near the Syrian town of Safira.
A YouTube video even purported to show Syrian rebels testing chemical weapons, although the veracity of the video is in question.
Syria “is defending its people against terrorism, which is supported by known countries, with the United States at the forefront,” Syria’’s foreign ministry said.

There is no denying the fact that Iran is pulling the strings and that its fingerprints are all over in the escalating Syrian conflict.

Make no mistake about it:

The Islamic republic of Iran is using Syria, Hamas and Hizbullah, as a classic Cold War deterrent whose status is significant as Iran's front-line operative arm against Israel and American interests.

Evidently, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has established a joint war roomwith both Syria and the Lebanese terrorist group Huzbullah.
Fifteen thousand IRGC’s elite special-ops are already inside Syria to help suppress uprising and protect President Bashar al-Assad regime.

So, it came as no surprise that ominous signs are steadily emerging that the Syrian regime’s isolation and desperation may lead them  to unleash chemical weapons (CW) when on the verge of collapse.

Sources close to the French Defense Ministry reported that a Libya-style military assault to topple the al-Assad regime is imminent.

Military intelligence sources disclosed that US, Israeli, Jordanian and Turkish special ops armed with special gear for combating chemical arms are now operating inside Syria to track chemical weapons.

Israeli FM: Europe Doesn't Care If We Survive

Israel this week expressed deep disappointment after the European Union condemned the building of new homes for Jews in Judea and Samaria (the so-called "West Bank") as the main obstacle to peace.
In an official response to the EU statement, Israel's Foreign Ministry noted that "settlement activity" had never before hindered the peace process, and that the true obstacle to peace is the Arabs' ongoing refusal to recognize Israel's right to exist.

A key component of the peace process started in the early 1990s was full recognition of Israel and its right to exist as a Jewish state in the Middle East. Without such recognition, Israel argues that the conflict will carry on indefinitely, regardless of any signed pieces of paper, as all future generations of Palestinian Arabs will continue to view Israel as an enemy and usurper.
In the past two weeks, both Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal have publicly rejected the idea of recognizing that the Jews have a right to a state in this region. The European Union failed to similarly see either of those speeches as an obstacle to peace.

At a Hannukah candle-lighting ceremony on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman asserted that Europe remains silent on these Palestinian violations because many of it leaders actually agree with the long-term goals of Hamas. "As far as they're concerned, the destruction of Israel is a matter of course," said Lieberman.

A day later, Lieberman told a gathering of diplomats hosted by The Jerusalem Post that "the international community's attitude regarding Israel's security reminds me of its attitude regarding Czechoslovakia's security in 1938," referring to the Western powers' abandonment of Czechoslovakia in the face of a mounting Nazi threat.
"We will not be Czechoslovakia," insisted Lieberman.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian Authority was all too pleased with Europe's tone, and urged the union to go a step further in its condemnation of Israel.
"We call on the EU to hold Israel accountable for its illegal occupation of Palestine, reconsider its political and trade relations with Israel and agreements, including the EU-Israel Association agreement, implement a ban on Israeli settler products and extremist settlers, and rescue the chances for peace and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state based on 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital," said PA representative Hanan Ashrawi.

Iran's Death Squad Is Here

Iran has infiltrated a team of Quds Force terrorist leaders into the United States to attack from within in 2013, according to a source.
The source within the office of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of the Islamic regime, said the team is to create instability in America through terrorism should the U.S. fail to accept the regime’s illicit nuclear program, increase sanctions, confront Iran militarily or intervene in the Syrian civil war.

Members of the team, no more than 10 Quds Force officers, each lead cells totaling about 50 terrorists already in the U.S.

The team leaders are all senior Revolutionary Guard officers who were recruited for this specific mission nine years ago on the recommendation of the Quds Force commander, Qassem Soleimani, and with the approval of security advisers to Khamenei.

Also see:

Israeli Leader Mocks EU 'Dismay'

U.S. Recognizes Unelected Terrorists As Syrian 'Representatives'

Israel Sticks To Its Guns: Invites Bids For New Yesha Homes

Egypt Under Martial Law


Hubae said...

Maranatha.......Lord come quickly!!! As these days grow darker and more evil I long to go home with my Lord and Savior.

Scott said...

Amen to that Hubae!

Caver said...

Move over....lots behind me clamoring for a spot on the earliest "Poof". Oh, so ready.

Don't even recognize this country anymore...some locals yes, but not the country.

mary said...

you made me chuckle... my husband when talking to people about the rapture always says the same thing. "Get out of my way"

Waterer said...

I have a dear friend who witnesses to the Lord by asking people the question,"What have you been told about Jesus?" She is from Guatamala and is very warm and sweet. She asks everyone this, workman at her house or hairdresser etc.. People always have little info and are receptive to her next question, "Did you know He is coming back very soon?"
It opens the door for good dialog about Him., We have a joke between us but it seems like maybe we could all use this gift. We would like a t shirt that says on the front "When He comes.".and on the back "I go!" But we have never made the shirts. I think her questions probably carry more weight. Still I HOPE it is soon. My cup overflows with blessings from the Lord. He is so kind. But the world id very broken and needs a righteous perfect KING! I personally want be WITH Him but love the fellowship even here of His people..