Sunday, October 22, 2017

Iran Pushes For Armed Struggle Against Israel - Media Silent, Hamas Officials Meet With Tehran To Discuss 'Wiping Israel Out'

Iran praises Hamas for sticking to armed struggle against Israel

A top aide to Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei praised Hamas for not abandoning its armed struggle against Israel, during a meeting Saturday with the terror group’s visiting delegation in Tehran.
“We congratulate you for declaring that you will not set your weapons aside and for describing it as your red line,” said international affairs adviser Ali Akbar Velayati, according to the semi-official Fars news agency.
In a separate meeting Saturday, Admiral Ali Shamkhani, Iran’s secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, sent a similar message to the terror group, expressing hope that Hamas would continue to be a “central pioneer of the Palestinian resistance,” according to Iran’s Press TV.
During the meeting, Shamkhani condemned ostensible American and Israeli attempts to remove the Palestinian issue from the international agenda, the report said.
Arouri said Hamas and Fatah “confronted” three preconditions set by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for dealing with any Palestinian government in which Hamas sits — that Hamas disarm, recognize Israel and cut all relations with Iran.

Regarding the first and second demands, he said, “We’re not in the stage of recognition; rather we are now in the stage of preparing to eliminate the Zionist entity.” As for the third, cutting relations with Iran, he said, “Our visit to Tehran is our practical rejection to the Israeli demand to cut ties with it.”

“What matters is that the Palestinian factions put their differences aside and unite against the Zionist entity,” he added.
Velayati, the adviser to Khameini, said Teheran would be increasing its support for Palestinian terrorist groups.

A delegation of senior Hamas officials arrived in Iran Friday to improve ties between the Palestinian terror group and the Islamic Republic.
According to Iran’s Tasnim News Agency, the Hamas officials “will discuss the latest developments on the Palestinian arena, especially the reconciliation file and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as bilateral relations.”
The delegation is headed by Saleh al-Arouri, who heads Hamas’s terror activity in the disputed territories.
The visit comes amid the terror group’s reconciliation agreement with its Palestinian rival, Fatah. As a result of the deal, the Palestinians are set to form a unity government by Dec. 1. Both the U.S. and Israel have called on Hamas to disarm, recognize Israel and cut off ties with Iran as prerequisites for future negotiations with the Palestinian unity government.

But Hamas’s Gaza leader, Yahya Sinwar, said Thursday, “The discussion is no longer about recognizing Israel but about wiping Israel out.”
Sinwar also said anyone who thinks Hamas would sever ties with Iran is “delusional.”
“Our relationship with Iran or Egypt or any Arab or Muslim state provides us with strategic depth,” the terror chief said.

It’s not clear if the sudden barrage of rockets “bleeding” into Israel from Syria Saturday had anything to do with the presence in Damascus of Iran’s defense chief. But given Iran’s seemingly unstoppable drive to entrench itself militarily in the region, the Syrian regime’s newfound confidence, and some other suspicious factors, it’s likely the volley was more than just an accident.

Though inadvertent fire has hit Israel in the past, this incident doesn’t fit that mold, and seems more like a Syrian attempt to send a message. First, there’s the timing — around 5 a.m. Most of the fighting in the Syrian civil war has taken place in the daylight hours, certainly not before the crack of dawn. Second, none of the previous inadvertent volleys consisted of five consecutive rockets.

Indeed, the incident appears to be connected to the anti-aircraft fire Syria directed at Israeli jets flying a reconnaissance mission over Lebanon last week, and a more aggressive recent tone from Damascus.

For now, at least, it doesn’t seem there is anybody who can stop the spread of Iran’s influence in the region.
Russia may be willing to turn a blind eye to the next Israeli airstrike, but that won’t torpedo Iran’s plan for Syria, which includes a broad and lasting military presence.
As for the Americans: The US is increasingly seen as unwilling to intervene, even for its allies.

[As a footnote, it is quite clear that "Foreign Policy" serves as a mouthpiece for the deep state and the globalization effort. Reading this gives one an immediate vision into what "they" are planning and how "they" see the world]

The stories sent to our email box yesterday from globalist-mouthpiece Foreign Policy had within them a story titled "Armageddon By Accident", a look at how they believe the ongoing 'war of words' between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un continues to raise the danger of World War 3 breaking out by accident. 

When Foreign Policy puts out such a story, we should read between the lines. Accidental? Yeah, right. 

With the stakes never higher than they are right now for the entire planet Earth, we reported just days ago on ANP that the 2025 forecast numbers by globalist-linked website suggests a war between the US and North Korea may be inevitable. With population estimates for less than 7 years away showing an 85% expected population reduction for America, as we reported, Deagel numbers also show a 'non-existent North Korea' in 2025, a nation wiped off the map? 

As the Foreign Policy story reports, we're getting more indications that the 'verbal sniping' between President Trump and Kim is "shortening the fuse" of war with U.S. forces in the area being put on heightened alert. And as we see in this excerpt from their story, a WARNO has already gone out to US troops to be prepared to strike North Korean targets, the final step to be taken prior to Tomahawk missiles being fired. 

According to this new story over at, CIA Chief Mike Pompeo has recently warned that North Korea is on the cusp of having the ability to hit the US with nukes and their progress is too quick to predict when they'll have the ability to succeed. Suggesting that the threat of a 'calamitously bad war including nuclear attacks on US soil' may be inevitable, we've previously reported on ANP that should President Trump be able to guide America and the world through this perilous period of time without a global war breaking out, he should win a Nobel Peace prize. 

In a shocking bombshell interview, an academic with close ties to the Chinese government has warned war with North Korea was on the table.
Chong Sho-Hu, who is a professor of international relations at the Renmin University, in Beijing, said North Korea was "seeking death".
He also confirmed the long-lasting era of Chinese friendship with North Korea has ended. 
Despite historic ties between the two countries, president Xi Jinping has reportedly become "fed up" with the erratic behaviour of the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un
Speaking to the BBC, the professor warned that one more missile test would be the move "to push the country off the cliff". 

President Jinping was said to be "boiling with fury" after North Korea recently tested a missile just as China was gearing up to host a pivotal global economic conference. 
The former US ambassador to China Max Baucus recently claimed the only time he saw the Chinese leader use "undiplomatic language" was in relation to Kim Jong-Un.
Professor Sho-Hu, who has ties to China's defence and foreign affairs establishment, suggested that the time may have come for a military solution to the problem. 
He said: "The Chinese government is mad, China’s top leader is mad. China wants to punish North Korea.
"China once had special relations with the Soviet Union but they had war with that country.
"They also had a very special relationship with Vietnam but then they had a war with them in 1979
"The relationship between China and North Korea is worse than both of those.
"I will say, there are no permanent friends and no permanent enemies."

The professor added: "North Korea is in an awkward situation. No country has ever encountered such tough sanctions before.
"If they do nothing, they will starve to death. If they do another ICBM test, they will seek to die.
"North Korea is standing on the edge of a deep cliff, one light blow could push this country of the cliff."
When asked whether this meant one more missile test could trigger war, the professor agreed. 
This week the China's leader Xi Jinping outlined his plans to make China the most powerful nation in the world.
In a three and a half hour speech at the Chinese Communist Party Congress, he said he would build the biggest army in the world, but wanted to avoid a conflict with US President Donald Trump over North Korea.
But, speaking of the People's Liberation Army, he said: “A military is built to fight.” 

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