Monday, May 20, 2013

Report: Assad preparing missile strike against Tel Aviv in case attacked again


Syria is making preparations to strike Tel Aviv in case Israel launches another attack on its territory, The Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

The Syrian army has begun deploying advanced surface-to-surface missiles, the report said, adding that it has received orders to strike central Israel in case additional attacks against Syria are carried out.

Syria is making preparations to strike Tel Aviv in case Israel launches another attack on its territory, The Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

The Syrian army has begun deploying advanced surface-to-surface missiles, the report said, adding that it has received orders to strike central Israel in case additional attacks against Syria are carried out.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said that Syria would supply his organization with 'game-changing weapons' in response to recent air raids near Damascus attributed to Israel.

Another recent report claimed that Iran convinced Assad to allow Hezbollah to open a front against Israel in the Golan Heights, and also agreed to supply and assist any group that wishes to fight Israel. - Haaretz: Report: Assad preparing missile strike against Tel Aviv in case attacked again

WEB Notes: This is called defending yourself. Would you not do the same if your country was attacked twice already? Syria stands no chance of winning a war with Israel, this move is for show or a last ditch attempt to defend themselves. They cannot even win a war against the "rebels." All of this is the built up to not just Isaiah 17:1, Damascus becoming a ruinous heap... But the war with Persia (Daniel 8), Iran of today...


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