SHAFAQNA - The Israeli “security publication,” DEBKA, a key part of their “war through deception” campaign against the world, has now made it inexorably clear, Israel is putting into motion their “final solution,” a campaign to pit nation against nation.
The result, the planet a smoldering ruin, Israel ruling over the ashes and mass graves, is a foregone conclusion, at least to Netanyahu and his worldwide terrorist network.
DEBKA openly admits plans to move Israeli troops into Syria and Iraq, to “con” Turkey, Jordan and the Arab and Gulf States into a war intended to, not just destroy Iran and Pakistan but China and Russia as well, pitting them against NATO in the fatal Armageddon they and their followers believe will ensure Satan’s dominion over man.
Do people really think like that?
Yes, they actually do, the Zionists, the Neocons, and the Dominionists, a vast worldwide network of financial criminals, corrupt politicians and power-mad tyrants. In America, those now seeking to stage a military coup in the United States, submit to full Israeli control and lead the world into a new “dark age.”
Conspiracy theory? Of course, very much so, but not just a theory but plans long whispered now made clear, plans impossible to misconstrue.
Plans in motion
The plans are clear, an invasion of Syria, splitting the Kurdish region of Iraq off, into an Israeli controlled military bastion for an invasion of Iran. What isn’t being said, however, is that, in order to push the United States back to war after a decade of military and economic disasters, assassinations, false flag terror and a campaign of counterfeit WMD intelligence is planned.
The proposed moves, as outlined below and confirmed through DEBKA, would require the United States to return to “Bush era unilateralism,” moves unlikely if President Obama, Secretaries Kerry and Hagel and JCOS Chief, General Martin Dempsey were still alive, despite wild conspiratorial claims quoted below.
Softening up the Goyim
The American president is a likely assassination target. A new 9/11 style terror attack is a necessity, the groundwork already laid at Sandyhook and the Boston Marathon.
The preparations are already underway, with political and military division in the US being contrived, “sequestration,” threats of gun seizure and a planned economic crash, another “pump and dump.”
The terrorism is underway as seen in Boston, hoax articles outlining an imaginary 20,000 man US force to move into Syria as a “buffer” have been placed in American newspapers.
World conquest and planetary annihilation
In the Middle East, Israel is coordinating with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States along with Turkey, the Mossad supported Communist PKK terrorists in Turkey, key leaders in the Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq, Al Qaeda led rebels and Druze militias inside Syria.
Syria and Iraq will be dismembered. Jordan has already fallen to Israel and their Al Qaeda allies, now Israel’s base of operations against not just Syria but Iraq as well.
From there, the move will be Iran, then Afghanistan and the Caspian Basin.
If China and Russia fail to recognize the threat in time and “go nuclear” to block this move against Asia, the planned attack on Pakistan, scheduled for a 2015-2017 time frame will bring about a world war.
Beginning with deception and cover
More stories have been planted, more hoaxes, describing an agreement allowing Israel to build an air base in Turkey to attack Iran. Turkey has failed to issue denials though such an act would label them a rogue state. They are playing a very dangerous game and can well expect the betrayal any “friend” of Israel suffers.
Turkey is fully “onboard,” cutting a deal with the Kurdish PKK, a first step toward joining Israel in a conquest of Northern Iraq. Israel has also promised Turkey an “occupation zone” comprising nearly a third of Syria.
Azerbaijan has long been steeped in Israeli/Turkish plots. They have been promised Iran’s Caspian oil reserves.
They actually put it in writing
Key to this is getting the United States to follow the plans DEBKA clearly outlines for them.
Issue 585, dated April 26, 2013 has laid out their startling plans beginning with a broad move into Syria. Israel has no plans to use its own troops, of course. Since their defeat in Lebanon in 2006, the IDF has been shown as capable of mass punishment and reprisals against unarmed civilians inside Israel and the occupied zones.
DEBKA’s “fairytale” is carefully coordinated with terror cells and death squads in the US, all working under the broad cover of America’s Israeli controlled press:
“On Friday, April 26, a few hours after this issue reaches DEBKA-Net-Weekly subscribers, Jordan's King Abdullah II will be sitting down at the White House with President Barack Obama. When they finish talking, they will shake hands on the exact date in the coming days for the consignment of 20,000 American troops to the Hashemite Kingdom.
Obama has ordered the biggest overt surge of US troops in six years in any Middle East country.
This air base will be home to the incoming American troops. US engineering corps units have been working 24/7 to expand the base, adapt it to its new functions and construct accommodation for the GIs.
Most of the contingents will be airlifted to their new base from US and Europe through Israeli air space, according to DEBKA-Net-Weekly's exclusive military sources.
Israeli Air Force jets will escort the transports over the eastern Mediterranean until they touch down in Jordan and keep an air umbrella in place over the American force for the duration of its stay.
The heavy equipment - tanks, missiles, self-propelled artillery, armored vehicles and Patriot missile intercept batteries - will be transported by sea to two destinations: Jordan’s Red Sea port of Aqaba and the Israeli port of Haifa.
These arrangements were tied up by Defense Secretary Hagel in his talks this week with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon and Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz.
In those conversations, our sources disclose, Israeli leaders offered every assistance, including air and intelligence resources, needed for preserving the Hashemite throne in Jordan, including support for the incoming US force. Netanyahu gave this pledge to King Abdullah on the four occasions that they met in Amman.”
The plans, quoted directly from the highest Israeli and Jordanian sources, could never be realized without an America crippled by powerful terrorist organizations like AIPAC, long above any law.
Current American doctrine prohibits any military action without, not only a UN Security Council resolution but a new National Intelligence Estimate. Previous “NIE’s” had found no evidence of nuclear programs in Iran. Similarly, current Israeli claims of WMD use by Syria were rejected by Washington this week.
Israel’s plans are clear. What is also clear is that many Americans will die to get Israel the war they want, the war that Zionism needs to survive.
What is also clear is that, in order to get that war, more Americans will die and that many have died already.
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Aided by the Popular Committees, the Syrian army regained the Prophet Mando strategic hill in Homs countryside, and dominated over the military supply lines that lead to Homs and al-Qussayr on the sides of Tel-Kalkh and Al-Qaa.
Moreover, the Syrian army retrieved tens of villages in Qussayr countryside; the most important are Al-Borhania and Sakarja. Some villages east and west Assi River were also recaptured. Consequently, the Syrian Army tightened its control over the entrances of Qussayr city.
In Homs, the Syrian troops were able to impose control over many regions that were considered militants’ strongholds, restore security in Feraaya, strengthen their deployment in Khaledeya and Baba-Amru, and distance themselves from threats of militant groups.
In Damascus countryside, however, the Syrian troops were able to tighten the ring around the gunmen in east Gouta, severely siege Darya, and restore security in Jdaydet Al-Adem.
In North-east of Syria in Idleb, Specifically in Maaret Al-Noaman, the Syrian army was able to lift the siege on Wadi Al-Dayf and Hamedeye military camps; consequently, the route that links Damascus with Aleppo became totally secured.
Also in Aleppo, the Syrian army was able to regain control over the strategic village of Aziza that overlooks several towns south of the city. Aziza lies only 4 km away from the towns of Almarj and Sheikh Saeed that both represent the stronghold of militant groups.
Furthermore, the Syrian army is narrowing the screws around gunmen through advancing in parallel with the areas adjacent to the Turkish borders.
The battlefield results indicate that the situation in Syria tends to improve gradually after “the period of the strategic concerns has ended,” according to the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Syria was hit by a violent unrest since mid-March 2011, where the Syrian government accuses foreign actors of orchestrating the conflict, by supporting the militant opposition groups with arms and money.
SHAFAQNA-- Nouri al-Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister, has blamed "remnants of Baath Party for creating rift" in the country and said he would not listen to those who spread sectarianism, as a wave of violence killed more than 100 people over three days.
Maliki called on everyone worried about Iraq's future "to take the initiative, and not be silent about those who want to take the country back to sectarian civil war", in remarks broadcast on state television on Thursday.
The Iraqi prime minister said dialogue and not terrorism and hatred was the way to answer legitimate demands. "If rift spreads, we will all lose."
Al Jazeera's Omar al-Saleh, reporting from the capital Baghdad, said, "In his speech he [Maliki] tried to reach out to his opponents and protesters in different towns and cities."
Our correspondent said Maliki had in the past called the protesters' demands as "stinking and sectarian"... But in his speech he took a detour from his earlier position saying, their [protesters] "demands were legitimate".
The violence began on Tuesday when security forces moved in against anti-government protesters near the northern town of Hawijah, sparking clashes that left 53 people dead.
A wave of subsequent unrest, much of it apparently revenge attacks for the Hawijah clashes, killed dozens more people.
In the northern city of Mosul, at least 40 people were killed. Mehdi Algarawi, the city's police chief, said 31 armed men were killed. Police sources say that at least 10 policemen were killed.
The violent episodes are the deadliest so far linked to demonstrations that erupted in Sunni Arab areas of the Shia-majority country more than four months ago.
The Sunni protesters have called for the resignation of Maliki, a Shia, and railed against the alleged targeting of their community by the authorities.
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Yadlin added, in a statement at the conference of the Institute for National Security Studies (INNS) in Tel Aviv, that he did not rule out a confrontation between Israel and Syria. However, he warned of the Syrian Army’s power, indicating that “we are not talking about a war with Hezbollah or Hamas Movement, but about a tough war, because a war with the Syrian Army means that Scud missiles, and maybe more advanced missiles, would hit Tel Aviv.”
Channel 2 further quoted Yadlin as saying that “who is not aware that the fall of Assad is a positive development for Israel, would be incapable of reading the situation correctly.”
Moreover, he considered that “President Assad is a negative element in the Missile East, and Israel’s benefit requires weakening and withdrawing him, because this would break the Iran, Syria, and Hezbollah axis.”
“This would weaken Hezbollah, then Iran, which will not have any strength in the region, and all this would benefit Israel,” he added. -www.shafaqna.com/English
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –A new report says Jordan has given the go-ahead to Tel Aviv to use its airspace for spying on Syria and attacking its industrial facilities.
French newspaper Le Figaro reported on Monday that Jordan has opened two corridors in its airspace to Israeli Air Force drones seeking to monitor the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Quoting western military officials in the Middle East, the report added that the Israeli drones “can hit a target anywhere in Syria.”
The permission was granted to Israel by King Abdullah II in March during US President Barack Obama’s visit to Jordan, which came immediately after his first trip as president to Israel, the report added.
King Abdullah’s decision has opened two new routes to Israeli drones; a southern route from the Israeli airbase in Negev and a northern route via Jordan’s capital city, Amman. The routes allow Israeli drones to avoid accessing Syrian airspace through southern Lebanon, which could draw a response from Lebanese resistant movement, Hezbollah, Le Figaro added.
On April 4, the Syrian government warned Jordan that it was “playing with fire” by allowing the US and other countries to train and arm militants seeking to topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad on its soil.
The Syrian warning came after US and other Western and Arab officials said Jordan has been facilitating arms shipments and hosting training camps for militants operating in Syria since October 2012.
Syria has been experiencing a deadly unrest since March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of security personnel, have been killed in the violence.
The West and its regional allies including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey are reportedly giving financial and military support to the militants. -www.shafaqna.com/English
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SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Assad made the remarks on Sunday in Damascus while receiving a Lebanese delegation representing national parties and forces.
The Syrian president pledged to make Syria free from terrorism in all its forms.
He underlined that the government will make no reconciliation with terrorist groups and will sternly confront with them.
Meanwhile, the army inflicted more losses on foreign-backed militants on Sunday across the country.
State media reports said an operation in Damascus suburb destroyed weapons and ammunition and left unknown number of terrorists killed and wounded.
The Syrian Army units have conducted similar successful operations in Hama and Homs governorates over the past few days.
The Syrian troops have also seized four cars carrying a cache of weapons in the northwestern governorate of Idlib. Several militants were killed in clashes there.
The troops dismantled five Turkish-made anti-armor mines and captured thirteen explosive devices planted on the road between Khan Shekhun and Ma'art al-Nouman in Idlib governorate.
Government forces also inflicted heavy losses on armed groups near the shrine of Sayyida Zainab in the south of the capital Damascus.
Syria has been gripped by a deadly unrest since March 2011, and many people, including large numbers of government forces, have been killed in the violence.
Damascus says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.
The Syrian government says the West and its regional allies including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey are supporting the militants.
Several international human rights organizations have accused militants operating in Syria of committing war crimes. -www.shafaqna.com/English
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –South Korea's foreign minister canceled a trip to Japan on Monday after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made an offering to a shrine seen as a symbol of Japan's former militarism, a South Korean government official said.
China also objected to Abe's offering on Sunday to the Yasukuni shrine, where 14 Japanese leaders convicted as war criminals by an Allied tribunal are honored, saying Japan had to face up to its past nationalistic aggression.
Abe, an outspoken nationalist, made a ritual offering of a pine tree to the shrine. He did not go there but two Japanese ministers and a deputy chief cabinet secretary did visit it on the weekend.
Such gestures upset Asian victims of Japan's war-time aggression, including China and South Korea.
"We are disappointed," said a South Korean government official.
"Through a diplomatic channel, we sent a message several times that we did not want any visit to the shrine before our minister's trip," said the official, who declined to be identified.
South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se had aimed to discuss the direction of relations with his Japanese counterpart during his planned visit, the official said.
"It is now almost impossible to have a constructive conversation," the official said, referring to the decision to cancel the trip.
For Koreans, the shrine is a reminder of Japan's brutal colonial rule from 1910-1945.
China, which also suffered under Japanese occupation, also takes offence when Japanese leaders pay their respects at the shrine.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Japan's relations with its neighbors hinged on its acceptance of its history.
"Japan must face up to its history of nationalist aggression" and respect the feelings of victims, the Chinese spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, told a daily news briefing.
"We believe that only when Japan attains a deep understanding of its past history can it open up its future and develop a cooperative relationship with other Asian countries," she said.
In Tokyo, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news conference that final details of Yun's visit had not been worked out. Visits to the shrine should not disrupt relations between Japan and its neighbors, he said.
"Each country has its own position. We should not let it affect diplomacy."
Suga said the ministers' visits to the shrine were private.
"Cabinet ministers paying visit as private individuals is their private conduct. The government refrains from commenting," he said.
It is not clear how Abe made his offering.
China's Global Times newspaper, published by the Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, said the shrine gesture was evidence that Japan was "a troublemaker and provocateur among Asian countries".
"This is yet another time that Japan has gone out of its way to manipulate Asian politics," it said. - www.shafaqna.com/English
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –The Kyrgyz State Commission on Religious Affairs is verifying recent reports on the recruitment of young Kyrgyz citizens for the rebel war on the Syrian government.
Residents of Kyzyl-Kyya, in Southern Batken region, have appealed to the commission asking for assistance to return the young men from Turkey since the families feared they might be sent to Syria.
An official of the Kyrgyz State Commission on Religious Affairs announced that the commission has received reports on the departure of 7 young Kyrgyz men to Syria who aged between 18 to 36, Kyrgyz news agency, AKI Press, reported on Saturday.
He said that a number of these young men left the Aravan district, Southern Osh region, for Turkey mid March to be dispatched to Syria.
Dastan Jumabekov, a senior Kyrgyz lawmaker, said at a parliament meeting on April 17 that “teenagers are being recruited in the Aravan district of the Osh region and being convinced to go to Syria.” Supposedly, they are being recruited for fighting in Syria and are transported there via Turkey.
Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011 with organized attacks by well-armed gangs against Syrian police forces and border guards being reported across the country.
The US and its western and regional allies have long sought to topple Assad and his ruling system. Media reports said that the Syrian rebels and terrorist groups have received significantly more and better weapons in recent weeks, a crime paid for by the Persian Gulf Arab states and coordinated by the United States.
The US daily, Washington Post, reported in May that the Syrian rebels and terrorist groups battling the President Bashar al-Assad’s government have received significantly more and better weapons in recent weeks, a crime paid for by the Persian Gulf Arab states and coordinated by the United States.
The newspaper, quoting opposition activists and US and foreign officials, reported that Obama administration officials emphasized the administration has expanded contacts with opposition military forces to provide the Persian Gulf nations with assessments of rebel credibility and command-and-control infrastructure.
Opposition activists who several months ago said the rebels were running out of ammunition said in May that the flow of weapons – most bought on the black market in neighboring countries or from elements of the Syrian military in the past – has significantly increased after a decision by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Persian Gulf states to provide millions of dollars in funding each month.-www.shafaqna.com/English
Source:Islamic invitation turkey
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the West “will pay a heavy price” for pitting al-Qaeda militants against the Syrian government.
“The West has paid heavily for funding al-Qaeda in its early stages. Today it is doing the same in Syria, Libya and other places, and will pay a heavy price in the heart of Europe and the United States,” said the Syrian president in an interview with Syria’s al-Ikhbariya television station on Wednesday.
Assad also condemned measures taken by Turkey and some of the country’s Arab neighbors to support anti-Syrian terrorists, and their attempts to start a sectarian civil war in the country.
He added that Jordan has allowed thousands of militants to enter Syria through its borders.
Meanwhile, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the US was dispatching 200 troops to Jordan for military operations along the Syrian border.
Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of Syrian army and security personnel, have been killed in the violence.
The Syrian government says that the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.
Damascus says the West and its regional allies including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey are supporting the militants. -www.shafaqna.com/English
Source:Islamic invitation turkey
SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Chief of Staff Lt. Gen Benny Gantz made the remarks in an interview on public radio in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Tuesday, AFP reported.
"We have our plans and forecasts... If the time comes we'll decide" on whether to take military action against Iran, he said.
Similar remarks were made by other Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister for Military Affairs Moshe Ya'alon.
Meanwhile, Netanyahu said that US-engineered sanctions against Iran over its nuclear energy program might not be enough.
Ya'alon also said Iran’s nuclear energy program is the most dangerous threat to the world.
The United States, Israel and some of their allies have repeatedly accused Iran of pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program with the Israeli regime repeatedly threatening to attack Iran's nuclear facilities based on the unsubstantiated allegation.
Iran rejects the allegations, arguing that as a committed signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it has the right to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
In addition, the IAEA has conducted numerous inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities but has never found any evidence showing that Iran's civilian nuclear program has been diverted to nuclear weapons production.
Unlike Iran, Israel, which is widely believed to possess between 200 to 400 nuclear warheads, is a non-signatory to the NPT and continues to defy international calls to join the treaty.
At the beginning of 2012, the US and the European Union imposed sanctions on Iran’s oil and financial sectors with the goal of preventing other countries from purchasing Iranian oil and conducting transactions with the Central Bank of Iran. The sanctions took effect last summer.-www.shafaqna.com/English