21 August 2012

From All Fronts ... again?

A headline in today's Jerusalem Post says, "Haniyeh: Hamas government ready for security coordination with Cairo."

As I try to read between the lines of events portrayed in the news, this speaks one thing to me,

If the Arabs begin coordinating security between themselves, surrounding the tiny State of Israel, it means war.

In 1948 they attacked us on all fronts, but today they are much stronger, more militarily supplied. And they have had many years of practice lobbing missiles in our direction.

This headline and more like it, with supposed 'coordination' means only one thing, they are gearing up and preparing for another try at attacking us on all fronts.

Now that Saudia Arabia is shouting that ancient blood libel while they are arming themselves with nuclear missiles from China, we can only guess what will happen when the sands of Arabia are ignited. After all, this is where many of the rogue family tribes became united under a blood thirsty vengeful terrorist.

This afternoon, Arutz Sheva online:

"Egypt has deployed both anti-aircraft and anti-tank missiles near Israel’s border in the Egyptian Sinai, without Israel’s permission. The Israeli government has asked Egypt to withdraw the armored vehicles it deployed in Sinai 11 days ago

"If the report is true, the move is an overtly hostile one toward Israel and can only mean that Egypt is preparing for hostilities with the Jewish state. Ostensibly, Egyptian forces moved into Sinai only in order to crush terrorist activity there. However, the terrorists possess no aircraft. Therefore anti-aircraft missiles can only be intended against Israel's air force.

"In the prelude to the Yom Kippur War of 1973, Egypt moved anti-aircraft missiles close to the Suez Canal."


We know how that ended.

I hope Israel's IDF are viewing this as a threat on all fronts, and are preparing for action. This one will be defensive and not pre-emptive.

What is Hezbolla doing?



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