JUST-IN, MSM REPORTS: Israel Warns of possible Pre-emptive Chemical Weapons strike in Syria!! Tehran to Retaliate Against Fordow Sabotoge! IRAN CALLS FOR GLOBAL MUSLIM ARMY!

JERUSALEM Israel could launch a pre-emptive strike to stop Syria’s chemical weapons from reaching Lebanon’s Hezbollah or al Qaeda inspired groups, officials said Sunday.

The warning came as the military moved a rocket defense system to a main northern city, and Israel’s premier warned of dangers from both Syria and Iran.


Amid growing fears in Israel about Syrian chemical weapons use, National Security Council head Yaakov Amidror was dispatched to Moscow for a lighting visit on Monday to convince the Kremlin to take steps to prevent Syria’s stockpiles from falling into the hands of terrorist groups.

In Moscow, Amidror was reportedly to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and other top officials, Israeli daily Maariv reported. Russia, a close Syrian ally, has backed embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad but has begun sending signals of waning support for Damascus.



Report: Hizbullah Sets Up Bases Near Syria’s Chemical Arsenal

Hizbullah terrorists are setting up bases in Syria close to known chemical weapons storage facilities, according to an Israeli media outlet.



Battle stations

Israel will not tolerate Hezbollah or the global jihad movement acquiring Syria’s chemical weapons, but any premature operation could give the embattled Syrian dictator an excuse to turn his weapons on us.


National Security Council chief visits Russia over Syrian WMD concerns

National Security Council chief Yaakov Amidror visits Moscow to ask Russian officials to prevent Syria’s chemical weapons from falling into wrong hands

Two Iron Dome batteries deployed in northern Israel

Heightened activity reported at Israel Air Force bases


Ex-CIA man: Iran blast largest sabotage case in decades

Former Revolutionary Guards member tells ‘Post’ that such a blow to Fordow nuclear facility would harm Iran drastically; says Tehran “has decided to retaliate against Israel from Lebanon.”

Iranian dissident-turned CIA operative Reza Kahlili told The Jerusalem Post on Monday that an alleged blast at the Fordow nuclear installation in Iran is “the largest case of sabotage in decades.”

Iranian dissident-turned CIA operative Reza Kahlili told The Jerusalem Post on Monday that an alleged blast at the Fordow nuclear installation in Iran is “the largest case of sabotage in decades.”

Kahlili said a second mysterious blast occurred in Tehran last week, at an IRGC base called “21 Hamza.” “There are injuries, and there have been arrests of IRGC members who are being questioned. The Intelligence Ministry suspects sabotage,” he added.


Israeli Source Confirms Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Plant Exploded

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Israeli intelligence source confirms underground nuclear facility sustained major damage in a “mega explosion” last week.



Israel’s red line

Analysis: Israel won’t hesitate to attack should Syrian chemical weapons reach Hezbollah


Syria: Hezbollah sets up camps near WMD facilities

Shiite terror group reportedly eyeing Bashar Assad chemical warfare arsenal; Israel fears growing chaos in war-torn country will enable Hezbollah to get hold of advanced weaponry


SCOOP: Iran’s Fordo Nuclear Plant Extensively Damaged by Sabotage

A highly-placed Israeli source informs me that Iran’s uranium enrichment facility at Fordo has been extensively damaged by an explosion. The bomb was the work of a joint Israeli-U.S.-MEK sabotage operation codenamed Achilles, which used a Trojan horse to infiltrate the plant.

Bibi Netanyahu convened an extraordinary meeting of all the top intelligence and military brass on Wednesday, the day after the election, to evaluate Achilles. They deemed it a “great success.” Word of the meeting leaked to the media, so the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) released a cover story saying the meeting was about the Syrian situation (Hebrew). It wasn’t.



Israel Girds for Attacks as Syria Falls Apart

JERUSALEM — At least one Iron Dome missile defense battery was deployed Sunday in northern Israel amid reports of intense security consultations with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding Syria and the possibility of chemical weapons falling into the hands of Islamist rebels or being transferred to the militant group Hezbollah.

Silvan Shalom, a vice prime minister, described the movement of such weapons as a “red line” that could lead to Israeli military action.

“If there will be a need, we will take action to prevent chemical weapons from being transferred to Islamic terror organizations,” Mr. Shalom said on Army Radio. “We are obligated to keep our eye on it at all times, in the event chemical weapons fall into Hezbollah’s hands.”






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