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posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 08:07 PM
The next month is sure to be interesting.

* 15-March-2010 Signs of an end to Mubaraks regime in the near term.
* 18-March-2010 Druze leader Jumblatt’s visit to Syria
* 19-March-2010 Quartet Summit in Moscow.

* 25-March-2010 Minimizes night vision advantages.

* 30-March-2010 through 06-April-2010 Passover Holidays
* A challenge is planned to the shipping blockade of Gaza for early April
* 04-April-2010 Easter Sunday
* 09-April-2010 Maximizes night vision advantages.
* 11-April-2010 Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel
* 18-April-2010 Israeli Memorial Day
* 19-April-2010 Israeli Independence Day
* 24-April-2010 Minimizes night vision advantages.

Could have fireworks.

posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 02:26 PM
More news...

02:47 PA: No negotiations with Israel due to continued East Jerusalem building (Ch.10)

07:41 Mitchell visit on hold pending Israeli reponse to U.S. demands (Army Radio)

Yeah sure.

08:24 Lieberman: U.S. ties not at risk (Israel Radio)

Indeed they are not.

11:39 Iran praises Iraq election as Shi`ite ally leads (Reuters)

Oh Israel and the US are gonna be pissed about that.

17:22 MK Schneller: Kadima believes Israel should continue building in Jerusalem (Haaretz)

Of course they do and they will and nothing will happen to US support for Israel.

18:06 Clinton: U.S. has absolute commitment to Israel`s security (Reuters)

Of course.

18:30 U.S. general: Iran`s nuclear bomb effort has slowed (Reuters)

Maybe if you stop threatenning them...

20:10 PM to Clinton: Israel has proven commitment to peace in words, actions (Haaretz)

What a liar...where is that peace deal with Syria? Or the Palestinian state? Or for that matter any progress on any of those items? Ah yes, nowhere to be seen.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that Israel must prove it is committed to the Mideast peace process with actions,
Aka Netanyahu, you're full of it.

China still hopes for dialogue on Iran nuclear issue

PA politicians choose state building over struggle, for now
So much for being terrorists eh? Who is using violence every single time there's a problem? Israel.

With the warming relations between Syria and Lebanon, ain't that funny that Hezbollah did more for peace in a few months than Israel in the last decade? And they are calling Hezbollah a terrorist group, yeah right.

posted on Mar, 17 2010 @ 01:56 PM

06:43 Crowley says wasn`t U.S. who used word `crisis` to describe Israel-U.S. ties (Haaretz)

Of course he didn't.

08:18 Report: U.S. moves `bunker-buster` bombs to island within flight range of Iran (Haaretz)

Finally on Haaretz... took 2 days...

08:48 Report: Turkish PM says facts are being distorted about Iran`s nukes (Ch. 10)


10:13 Netanyahu brother-in-law Hagai Ben-Artzi: Obama is an anti-Semite (Army Radio)

What a tard.

10:27 Netanyahu: I completely disagree with my brother-in-law`s words on Obama (Haaretz)


11:16 Report: Iran ready to exchange more than 1 ton of low-enriched uranium (DPA)

So Obama will probably say nothing, he's too busy raping the american people with the health care bill.

11:54 Pakistan, Iran sign deal on $7.6 billion gas pipeline project (Reuters)

Oops another Iran project with a foreign nation including lots of money... If this all goes down, someone is gonna have to pay China, Pakistan and a bunch of others a load of money...

16:36 Jordan`s King Abdullah: Israel is trying to empty Jerusalem of Arabs (Israel Radio)

True or not doesn't matter, what matters is if people believe him.

18:44 General Petraeus: Israeli-Palestinian conflict foments anti-U.S. sentiment (Haaretz)

No you JUST realised that? And you're a general? Seriously?

19:45 UN human rights chief says Gaza war probes inadequate (AP)


20:03 U.S. military: Goal still to capture bin Laden alive (AP)

Yeah right. And good luck with that since he's been dead for years now.

UN chief urges negotiations on Iran nuclear row

Maliki's bloc claims fraud, demands recount votes of March polls

Karzai, Obama discuss prospects of Taliban talks
So now we're talking to terrorists? Wouldn't be the first time...

More than 2,000 Fatah defect to Hizballah, Iran's first big Palestinian gain
Yeah sure... Anyway this could be true since Fatah is so corrupt and sellout to Israel, maybe some of those Fatah militants figured that out and were tired of this farce.

China: Iran Sanctions 'Counterproductive'

Egypt summons Israeli diplomat over Jerusalem clashes

And Mubarak is still alive and in control of the country...for now.

posted on Mar, 17 2010 @ 09:35 PM
More news...

02:01 Obama: `No crisis` in U.S. ties with Israel (Reuters)


Iranian warships set sail for Gulf of Aden

Iran has sent a naval battle group to international waters, including the Gulf of Aden, to confront threats to the country's shipping lanes.

According to an announcement by the country's naval forces, the group was dispatched to the Gulf of Aden and the North Indian Ocean to "combat the ominous phenomenon of piracy."

Obama vows 'aggressive sanctions' against Iran

Russia seeks stronger Iran ties to confront threats

'Iran to build new nuclear plants next year'

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 01:00 PM
More news...

And so it begins?

11:51 Man seriously wounded by rocket fired from Gaza at Negev (Haaretz)
12:01 Negev man dies of wounds from rocket attack (Haaretz)

Israeli fighter jets pound Gaza Strip

15:11 Egypt opposition leader warns: Country about to explode (DPA)

Yep. Oh noes, poor Israel and the US! Egypt is about to become a non-puppet state again. And they have all that modern army stuff... another foreign policy decision backfiring eh?

Not to mention that all those modern US arms could end up in Russian, Chinese and Iranian hands.

17:48 Assad: Peace `impossible` with Netanyahu`s government (News Agencies)

It seems he's not the only one thinking that... Obama is too.

18:24 Clinton urges Russia to delay operation of Iran nuclear power plant (Reuters)

Yeah good luck with that. Russia should ask the US to stop funding Israel until there's a real peace treaty on the table, just to rattle the cage and see some head explodes.

19:08 Clinton: Nothing will affect our commitment to the two-state solution (Haaretz)

Yeah because it was never there before.

Putin: Russia to start up Iran nuclear plant in summer

It turns out that "49% of American voters believe Israel should be required to stop building settlements."

Rasmussen also reports that their "national telephone survey finds that just 22% of voters disagree and believe Israel should not be required to stop building those settlements.

Well I guess Israel is finally losing it's propaganda war.

Brazil readies free trade agreement with Palestine
Ooo Israel won't like that.

[edit on 18-3-2010 by Vitchilo]

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 02:34 PM
Hamas boosts patrols in wake of lethal rocket attack

Hamas has boosted its security operations in Gaza in the wake of a lethal rocket attack, increasing its patrols and questioning witnesses, sources in the Strip say. [...] In recent weeks, Hamas has warned the various organizations in the Strip to avoid renewing hostilities. Hamas security forces are now expected to make arrests to signal that the group does not intend to permit such activities.

Iran nuke issue can be solved through diplomacy only: Russia

[edit on 18-3-2010 by Vitchilo]

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 04:13 PM
Great work Vitchilo - keep it up!

This thread is like the countdown to war

[edit on 18-3-2010 by Curio]

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 07:17 PM

More news...

20:03 Hungarian newspaper reports: Two IAF jets circled Budapest (News Agencies)

What the hell were they doing there? Hungary should have shot them down.

19:18 Brazilian president sees chances for partnership with Jordan (DPA)

Another thing Israel won't like.

20:39 Report: Netanyahu expected to discuss U.S. tensions with Sec. Clinton (Haaretz)

More like laugh at the sheeple who believe there's a crisis.

22:25 Hezbollah: Israel attack on Iran could ignite Mideast (Reuters)


00:39 Israel files complaint to UN over Thursday`s Qassam rocket attack (Israel Radio)

So now the UN is useful eh?

01:46 IAF strikes targets in Gaza in response to Thursday`s Qassam attack (Reuters)

Good for ya.

02:01 Poll: Most Israelis consider Obama fair and friendly (Haaretz)

Yep, crisis is fake.

[edit on 18-3-2010 by Vitchilo]

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 08:17 PM
Nothing will happen without the US getting involved.

After last excursion into Lebanon, Israel doesn't want another tough fight without support.

Just my two cents.

posted on Mar, 18 2010 @ 08:24 PM
reply to post by Vitchilo

Another excellent job Vitchilo, and in answer to your question in this post, about what the IDF jets were doing there.... it's all here in this thread, especially the part about the black briefcase, very interesting

posted on Mar, 19 2010 @ 11:20 AM
More news...

06:07 Men under 50 barred from entry to Temple Mount for Friday prayers (Army Radio)

I know this is to avoid trouble, but this might end up creating more trouble than anything else.

10:27 Biden: U.S., Israel need to `get over` latest flare-up in tensions (News Agencies)

Aka our fight was fake.

11:36 Egypt to Netanyahu: End provocations which could lead to a regional war (Army Radio)

Egypt is slipping from US hands.

13:48 FM Lieberman arrives in Brussels for talks with EU leaders (AP)

If there was a real fight, Lieberman of all people wouldn't be allowed in Brussels.

13:54 Hundreds protest in Turkey over Israel`s new housing plans in east Jerusalem (AP)

Ooops, another country pissed at Israel.

16:05 Netanyahu to meet Obama on Tuesday (News Agencies)

Yep, fake fight.

18:02 Germany FM: Quartet sent `strong signal` that will aid negotiations (DPA)

Hopefully but I won't hold my breath.

From someone in conspiracy and symbolism...they think war might start on those dates.

2. Spring Equinox -- 13 weeks -- Minor sabbath but does require human sacrifice

a. March 21-22 -- Goddess Ostara -- Note: Easter is the first Sunday after the first new moon after Ostara. March 21 is one of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights
b. April 1 -- All Fool's Day, precisely 13 weeks since New Year's Day!
c. April 19 - May 1 -- Blood Sacrifice To The Beast. Fire sacrifice is required on April 19.
d. April 30 - May 1 -- Beltaine Festival, also called Walpurgis Night. This is the highest day on the Druidic Witch's Calendar. May 1 is the Illuminati's second most sacred holiday. Human sacrifice is required

Quartet calls for Palestinian state within two years
Would be great.

Israel 's controversial plan to build 1,600 new homes in East Jerusalem must be abandoned immediately to advance the cause of peace, a grouping of the world's top diplomats declared after a summit in Moscow.

From China...

America's China policies must not be only about what Americans want

Tensions Flare in Hebron; Police Mass in East Jerusalem

posted on Mar, 22 2010 @ 01:32 AM
More news...

11:35 Iraqi PM Maliki asks for election recount, warns of violence (Reuters)

Oh noes! Pro-US candidate has lost and now is unhappy!

Iraq election commission rejects calls for vote recount

Oops! :-)

12:08 UN chief Ban: Obama will meet Netanyahu in the U.S. (AP)

To ask for weapons? Or maybe Obama will ask Netanyahu how to deal with ``terrorists`` aka healthcare bill opposition...

13:22 Lebanon army fires anti-aircraft missiles at Israeli planes (Channel 10)

So Israel violating airspace again?

16:36 Iraqi government-allied militia leader assassinated (DPA)

And so it begins!

Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday Tel Aviv responds to international calls for the resumption of the stalled peace process with daily military buildup and killing Palestinians.

posted on Mar, 22 2010 @ 06:45 PM
More news...

12:28 Egypt opposition calls for severing ties with Israel (DPA)

And so Egypt will probably fall from US control...

12:04 Clinton to tell AIPAC: I have a personal commitment to Israeli security (Reuters)

We know Hillary, we know.

14:46 Abbas calls Palestinian resistance `a national right` (Haaretz)

Indeed it is. Maybe Americans should start using it?

18:14 Chinese military official arrives in Israel for four-day visit (Army Radio)

So will Israel give more US secrets to China?

20:48 Livni to AIPAC: The only reaction to terror that I know is the military reaction (Haaretz)

We all know your reaction. Of course you won't consider something else... like working to end conflicts and poverty THAT CREATES TERROR IN THE FIRST PLACE. After all, weapons manufacturers got to make money, otherwise it's bad for the economy!

Syria, Saudi Arabia call for ”stand firm” on Jerusalem

posted on Mar, 23 2010 @ 05:17 AM

04:19 Netanyahu at AIPAC: Israel always reserves the right to self defense (Haaretz)

Aka launching wars against it's neighboors... like they did in 2006.

09:09 Report: Britain to formally link Israel to Hamas chief killing in Dubai (Haaretz)

And the report states that the UK kicks out the Israeli diplomat in the embassy. But not the Israeli ambassador...

They really are pussies.

09:13 Egypt FM: There is no proof Israel wants peace (Army Radio)

Yep Egypt is falling from US control.

09:53 Report: Abbas tells Mitchell he won`t renew peace talks with Israel (Ch. 10)

Yep because it's a waste of time. It's been ``peace process`` BS for the last 30 years and nothing has come out of it, just more Israeli expansion, more dead palestinians, a wall, and the intensification of the blocade turning the whole area where palestinian live into a concentration camp.

Netanyahu: Jerusalem is Not a Settlement, It is Israel's Capital

Oh yeah? Since when? Tel-Aviv was your capital last I remember. Jerusalem is as important to the muslims, to the christians than to the jews. Jerusalem ain't owned by no one in particular, doing so is just ASKING FOR TROUBLE, which is probably what he wants.

Make it neutral, nobody armed accepted in, with UN troops at every city entry.

Clinton: Hizbullah, Hamas Rockets Pose Threat
Yeah sure, all that Israeli top notch army and nukes sure ain't a threat eh?

The tensions are heating up, something is in the pipe coming soon...

posted on Mar, 23 2010 @ 05:45 AM
reply to post by Vitchilo

Oh yeah? Since when? Tel-Aviv was your capital last I remember. Jerusalem is as important to the muslims, to the christians than to the jews. Jerusalem ain't owned by no one in particular, doing so is just ASKING FOR TROUBLE, which is probably what he wants.

Well - your memory failed on this issue. I do not mean importance of Jerusalem to different groups - one cannot measure it. But politically capital of Israel since 1949 is Jerusalem. Hope it helps. Oh, by the way - if Jerusalem is owned by no one, why cannot Jews freely go to Temple mount/Al Aqsa? I mean -

Jerusalem is as important to the muslims, to the christians than to the jews.

Questions, questions...
Also - i hope you will not be offended if i would say that i hope that war that you so passionately waiting for will not happen.

posted on Mar, 23 2010 @ 08:56 PM
Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Netanyahu to AIPAC: Stop Iran or Israel Will [Joel C. Rosenberg]

After the worst week in U.S.-Israel relations in 35 years, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to Washington Monday and gave a powerful and effective speech at the AIPAC gala dinner at the Washington Convention Center, warning the world to stop Iran — or Israel will — and respectfully but directly challenging the Obama administration on Jerusalem and the peace process.

Netanyahu received scores of standing ovations from the 7,800 guests in attendance, the biggest event in the history of AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee). More than half of the members of the U.S. House and Senate were there, as were ambassadors from more than fifty countries and many top Israeli officials, including defense minister Ehud Barak and opposition leader Tzipi Livni. The longest and most sustained came when the prime minister firmly resisted the policy of President Obama, who seeks to divide Jerusalem and stop Israel from building “settlements” in East Jerusalem.

“Jerusalem is not a settlement,” said Netanyahu. “It is our capital.”

Netanyahu’s strategy in rebuilding U.S.-Israel relations is now clear. Reduce tensions with the president and executive branch if at all possible, but focus on speaking directly to the American people and strengthening the truly pro-Israel end of Pennsylvania Avenue: Congress.

Most stunning line of the night: To the surprise of many at the dinner, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) conceded that when it comes to Iran, “Diplomacy has failed.” We all know this to be true, but it has not yet been said so clearly and publicly by such a high-ranking Democrat and close supporter of President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Will Schumer’s analysis be taken up by fellow Democrats? This remains to be seen, but if it is, it could have dramatic implications for Washington’s next steps towards Iran. Schumer urged the administration to keep the military option open, but he stressed hitting Iran with crippling economic sanctions immediately. A bill he has co-sponsored to help cut off gas supplies to Iran (Iran imports 45 percent of its gasoline) passed the Senate on January 28th, he noted. It is now being reconciled with the House version. It should go to the president for signature soon, and he demanded the president move decisively with “immediate implementation.”

The most sobering speech of the night was that of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), who spoke the truth more clearly and succinctly than anyone else when he noted that this could be the last annual AIPAC conference before Iran gets the Bomb. He said that while he hopes war won’t be necessary — he also supports crippling economic sanctions against Iran — the U.S. needs to urgently prepare for the possibility of launching massive airstrikes to stop Tehran from building and deploying nuclear weapons.

What Will Happen If the World Does Not Stop Iran?
The desire of Radical Islam to annihilate Israel was the first issue Netanyahu raised, and rightly so. “Iran’s rulers say, ‘Israel is a one bomb country,’” the prime minister noted. “The head of Hezbollah says, ‘If all the Jews gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide.’”

Netanyahu called on the world “to act swiftly and decisively” to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions, but he made it clear that if the world does not stop Iran, Israel reserves the right to safeguard her people from another Holocaust.

“The greatest threat to any living organism or nation is not to recognize danger in time,” the prime minister said in his speech’s most sobering moment. “Seventy-five years ago, many leaders around the world put their heads in the sand. Untold millions died in the war that followed. Ultimately, two of history’s greatest leaders helped turn the tide. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill helped save the world. But they were too late to save six million of my own people. The future of the Jewish state can never depend on the goodwill of even the greatest of men. Israel must always reserve the right to defend itself.”

What Have the Palestinian Leaders Done for Peace?
That said, given the brouhaha in the past week between the U.S. and Israel, Netanyahu’s central message naturally focused on his country’s deep and substantive commitment to making peace. He noted that his government has repeatedly called on the Palestinians to come to the negotiating table without preconditions, to no effect.

“From Day One, we called on the Palestinian Authority to begin peace negotiations without delay,” he said. “I make that same call today. President Abbas, come and negotiate peace. Leaders who truly want peace should sit down face-to-face.”

Netanyahu pointed out that his government has dismantled several hundred roadblocks and checkpoints in the West Bank to enable the easier flow of people, goods, and services, and that this has lead to dramatic economic growth in Judea and Samaria. He noted that his government announced last year “an unprecedented moratorium on new Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria.”

“This is what my government has done for peace,” said Netanyahu. “What has the Palestinian Authority done for peace?”

The answer, according to Netanyahu: The Palestinian Authority has “placed preconditions on peace talks”; they have “waged a relentless international campaign to undermine Israel’s legitimacy”; they have “promoted the notorious Goldstone report that falsely accuses Israel of war crimes”; they have “continued incitement against Israel — a few days ago, a public square near Ramallah was named after a terrorist who murdered 37 Israeli civilians, including 13 children. The Palestinian Authority did nothing to prevent it.”

Why Does Israel Face a ‘Triple Standard’?
The prime minister thanked the United States for six decades of a strong and enduring relationship, based on shared values and common interests. He mentioned specific ways that the U.S. and Israel work together to advance freedom and fight fanaticism. But he also noted that while Israel has its imperfections and welcomes and appreciates sincere and honest criticism from its friends, “Israel should be judged by the same standards applied to all nations, and allegations against Israel must be grounded in fact.”

Going off text, he then asked why Israel faces a “triple standard” in the world. There is, he said, one standard for dictatorships, another for democracies, and a third for Israel.

A case in point, of course, is the U.N.’s pernicious and anti-Semitic Goldstone Commission Report which condemns Israel for committing so-called “war crimes” for defending her innocent civilians from 10,000-plus rocket attacks from Hamas terrorists in Gaza while for years the U.N. did nothing to stop those rocket attacks and barely holds Hamas to account for those attacks.

Outreach to Evangelicals
Finally, it should be noted that several years ago, to their credit, the leadership of AIPAC decided to make a conscious effort to reach out to pro-Israel evangelical Christian leaders and activists. I am so glad they did. Last night, there were 130 evangelical leaders present to show unconditional love and unwavering support to the Jewish people and the state of Israel. In the future, I hope more Christian leaders attend and build bridges to AIPAC and the Jewish community.

My wife and I met numerous religious and secular Jews last night (as we did last year) who are profoundly grateful for the support of evangelicals. One Orthodox Jewish woman told my wife and me, “You Christians are the best friends Israel has. You’re the only friends we really have.”

It remains to be seen whether Prime Minister Netanyahu’s “Washington blitz” will avert a coming train wreck between his government and the Obama administration over Iran, Jerusalem, and the peace process. But he is right to speak directly to the American people and to Israel’s friends in Congress. Indeed, he and his government should do much more, including a steady stream of major addresses to pro-Israel groups of Jews and Christians throughout the United States.

— Joel C. Rosenberg is the New York Times–best-selling author of seven novels and non-fiction books about Israel, including Epicenter and Inside the Revolution. He served as an aide to Mr. Netanyahu in 2000.

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 10:31 AM
As I said all along Obama is NOT against Israel...

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 01:20 PM
Sound's like we are not the only one's who feel this sense of something coming....
Great article!!!

[edit on 25-3-2010 by freetree64]

posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 01:39 PM
Today at 12:25pm
RUSH: Julie in Buies Creek, North Carolina. Hello.

CALLER: Hello, Rush. It's an honor to speak with you. The reason I was calling is because I wanted to draw attention to the way Obama has been treating Israel. It's a disgrace the way Netanyahu was treated (scoffs), but I subscribe to Joel Rosenberg's website, and on his website today Rosenberg says, one of the most disturbing things was not only the way Obama has been pressuring Netanyahu to give up land in Jerusalem, but also he spent most of the day on the phone yesterday with Britain, France, and Germany trying to basically convince them to do the same. I guess the reason it's so upsetting is because this is the first American president that has ever tried to basically create an alliance against Israel, one of our greatest allies.

RUSH: Yeah, I know. I've said it all, but I've got the solution to the problem, and I'm going to tell you.

CALLER: Okay. (laughs)

RUSH: I do. I'm going to call him. I know Bibi Netanyahu. I'm going to call him up and say, "There's an easy way to fix this. Change the name of the country to 'Iran.'"

CALLER: (giggling) There you go! (giggling) There you go.

RUSH: It's all they'll have to do, change the name of the country to "Iran" and problem solved. (laughing) (interruption) What, Dawn? You think I'm going to get in trouble for saying that, Dawn? Gee whiz, don't get defensive and scared on me in there. (laughing). Well, doesn't that perfectly illustrate what the hell is going on?

posted on Apr, 16 2010 @ 12:25 AM
April 16... so 16 reasons why war in the middle-east is imminent...

1. The US saying Lebanon is at risk of being bombed by Israel...

The United States has voiced alarm about the possible transfer of Scud missiles to Hizbullah, warning it would put Lebanon at "significant risk" and threaten to spark "a conflict that no one needs."

2.Israel on alert...

Roads across Israel were gridlocked on Thursday as Israeli security forces launched a nationwide drill at the height of the afternoon rush hour.

The comprehensive exercise included all arms of the security establishment: Israel Police, the Israel Defense Forces, firefighters and Magen David Adom emergency service.

3. Syria fears a war, so since Israel is on alert, they are probably on alert too... otherwise they are foolish...

Israel might be preparing a military strike against Syria by accusing Damascus of supplying Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon with long-range Scud missiles, the Syrian government said on Thursday.

4.Hezbollah has been given the go ahead by the Lebanese government to attack Israel to take back the occupied territories... which means they are probably on alert too...

Lebanon's foreign minister says Hezbollah has been granted the right to use power against the occupation of Lebanese territories.

He added that a recent government policy statement recognizes the Lebanese nation's right to liberate the territories remaining under the Israeli occupation.

5.Jordan King saying war is imminent...

6.Israel nearly bombed a Syria-Hezbollah arms convoy in the last few weeks...

7. Hizbullah admits receiving Scuds missiles...

8. Another warning of war...

The Center for New American Security's Andrew Exum warns, "everyone hold your breath. Because this is how wars start."

9. Syria began to train Hizbullah to operate Scuds in late 2009

10.The Lebanese government are on hold because they think something big is coming down the pipe...

Rival Lebanese politicians on Thursday postponed to June 3 talks on a national defence strategy amid alarm in the United States and Israel over reports the militant group Hezbollah was boosting its arsenal.

11. Egypt, aka the US puppet, might fall to El Baradei...
Former IAEA Chief: 'Israel Understands Only Violence'

12. Russian Nuclear Cruiser Makes Port Call In Syria

13. Israel anniversary approaching on April 19

14. c. April 19 - May 1 -- Blood Sacrifice To The Beast. Fire sacrifice is required on April 19.

15. Today the moon is almost empty... half a moon on April 21, full moon on April 28 For perfect war condition, no moon is better.

16. April 18 is Israeli Memorial Day this year.

Yom Hazikaron is observed on the 4th day of the month of Iyar of the Hebrew calendar, always preceding the next day's celebrations of Israel Independence Day on the 5th day of Iyar, the anniversary of the Proclamation of the State of Israel in 1948.

[edit on 16-4-2010 by Vitchilo]

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