Israel’s Fighting Obama’s War In Syria And The Enemy Is Iran
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/05/06
The Israeli air force has hit two missile stockpile targets in Syria in the past few days, three this year. On Friday they took out what intelligence guys here say were ready to go Fateh-110 missile shipments close to the Lebanese border. The Americans say the missiles were being delivered to Hezbollah agents in Lebanon. The assumption is that they would be used against Israelis and the Israeli state.
The Syrian position, if we are indeed hearing it all, is that it does not want to be seen sending missiles to Hezbollah because that is only going to get Israeli air strikes and let’s remember that Syria has another vulnerable border – the one with Israel on the Golan Heights. Why would, in the middle of a civil war, the Syrian army give away valuable Fateh missiles? The Fateh-110 surface missile was developed by Shahid Bagheri Industries in Iran.
From this, the really frightening aspect is to extend what is generally seen as a civil war into something much larger in the region. Bashar al-Assad and his Iranian mentors have decided rebellions stands a better chance.
Stirring Trouble Internationally ‘…Israel’s Fighting Obama’s War In Syria And The Enemy Is Iran…’
- A look at the missile reportedly targeted in Syria (cnsnews.com)
- A look at the missile reportedly targeted in Syria (dailystar.com.lb)
- U.S. officials say alleged Israeli strike on Syria targeted missiles from Iran, NYT reports (warsclerotic.wordpress.com)
- Israel Syria strike targeted Iran missiles to Hezbollah: source (theiranproject.com)
- syria airstrikes: same target as in january (niqnaq.wordpress.com)
- Israeli warplanes strike Damascus (morningstaronline.co.uk)
- A look at the Fateh-110 missile (cnsnews.com)
- Israel bombs Syria – what we know and don’t know (legalinsurrection.com)
- Israeli airstrikes on Syria prompt threats, anger (news.yahoo.com)
- As Assad controls chem weapons, Israel attacks Fateh 110 missiles headed for Hezbullah (israelmatzav.blogspot.com)