I’m pretty certain Israel has had nuclear weapons since the late 1960s and has already been able to launch missiles at targets as far away as Russia if necessary – for decades. But problems with Iran, especially in Syria, arming Hezbollah – on top of other long term problems – is prompting Israel to prepare even more for the next war. My readers know I believe economic collapse (starting now in Turkey and other emerging markets) is a likely precursor to dictatorships and a march towards war as foreign scapegoats are used to take the blame of failed policies. The Islamic world in particular seems ripe for gathering millions of willing martyrs ready to fight enemies real and imagined in Israel, America, and Europe.
The Bible clearly describes years of false peace, then Armageddon-like warfare started by a false religion that beheads its enemies, persecutes Christians and Jews, and is led by an Antichrist of said religion that will start a horrific war to do it. Nostradamus prophecies clearly describe the invasion of Europe and the (temporary) conquest of Israel. Israelis hope to avoid the conquest and genocide prophecy suggests will happen soon…
from the article:
Israel Developing Missiles To Strike Any Target In Mideast
“Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced earlier this week that Israel is purchasing new, advanced missiles that he states can strike “anywhere in the Middle East.” The Jerusalem Post said the Defense Ministry’s decision to purchase precision ground-to-ground rockets “is nothing short of a revolution,” as the region marches towards the next military conflict.”
“In the last several years, rapid advances in missile technologies have allowed GPS guided rockets to strike their targets with unprecedented precision in all weather conditions – sun, rain or fog.
The planned missile corps with GPS guided rockets is believed to act as the offensive counter to Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the Lebanese Hezbollah terror group’s massive stockpile of 100,000 short- and medium-range rockets.
Yahya Sinwar, Hamas’ political head in Gaza, said on Wednesday that Hamas has the capability of “causing six months of rising and falling air raid sirens” in Tel Aviv.
“We don’t want a military confrontation, but we are not afraid of one,” Sinwar said.
On Thursday, Lieberman ruled out the possibility of another large-scale military assault on Hamas, saying Israel would pay a “heavy price” for such a move.
“There are two options: to topple Hamas with the Israeli army, for which we would pay a heavy price, or to try to find a situation in which the [Gazan] public itself would topple the [Hamas] regime,” Lieberman told Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth.
While Israeli officials have warned their citizens about a flare-up on the Israel–Gaza barrier, the real move for major military conflict, is, in fact, conflict with Hezbollah and Iran. These missiles give Israel unprecedented reach in the Middle East, and it should be seen as a preparation for war.”
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