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“Greater Syria” Command Post For Daniel 11:40 Counter attack

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Which I believe will occur at some point in time prior to 2015

August 30, 2010

The term “Greater Syria” today would include all of Lebanon, a very sm

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all part of extreme southeastern Turkey, and a part of northwestern Iraq. I have long taught the Antichrist would arise somewhere in this region of the ancient Assyrian Empire. I am certain “the Assyrian” in Chapter 5 of Micah is the Antichrist, and will most likely arise in that portion today called Syria. For a complete exposition of reasons why I am so certain of this, see Archive Prophecy Updates 62 to 69.

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The following two paragraphs were extracted from Wikipedia:

Today the term “Greater Syria” is most commonly used by historians to describe the area in earlier times.

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For much of the history of the Middle East, Syria was closely integrated and shared a common culture and economy. The colonialism of the post-WWI years and the rise of a number of states in the region has ended this unity.

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It is still useful for historians looking at pre-twentieth century history to consider it as a region, however.

The name Syria derives from the ancient Greek name for Syrians, Σύριοι Syrioi, which the Greeks applied without distinction to various Assyrian people. Modern scholarship confirms the Greek word traces back to the cognate Ἀσσυρία, Assyria, ultimately derived from the Akkadian Aššur,

Daniel 11:40 – And at the time of the end shall the king of the south (Israel) push at him(Antichrist): and the king of the north (Syria) shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.

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‘Hizbullah, Syria to cooperate on conflicts with Israel’


08/30/2010 13:38

Lebanese group and Syrian military have joint headquarters to plan attacks and defense; Assad urges Lebanese support for Hizbullah, calls for “calm and dialogue” in Lebanon.

Lebanese guerilla group Hizbullah and the Syrian military have reportedly agreed to cooperate on any future conflicts with Israel, according to Kuwaiti newspaper a-Rai.

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Sources told the newspaper that Hizbullah and Syria now have joint headquarters from which they can coordinate any operations pooling resources and information, to be jointly commanded by officers from the two groups.

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These operations would include air, land and sea and plans reportedly include strategies for attacks on Israel as well as defense of Lebanon in the event of an Israeli attack.

Lebanese Prime Minister Sa’ad Hariri met with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus early on Monday, to discuss Syrian-Lebanese ties and to consolidate “coordination between the two countries in all fields,” Syria’s state-run news agency SANA reported Monday.

Hariri has visited Damascus repeatedly this year in a sign of Syria’ s renewed influence over Lebanon in the year

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s since Damascus withdrew its military in 2005, ending a nearly three-decade hold on Lebanon.

According to the report, Assad called for “calm and dialogue to solve impending problems.” He also reiterated his support for the “resistance against foreign threats,” and urged Hariri to support Hizbullah.

On Sunday, Ash-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper reported that the Lebanese Armed Forces will continue receiving military equipment from France despite pressure from Israel and the US to halt such assistance.

Last week, street battles in Beirut between Hizbullah and a small Sunni group killed three people, exacerbating sectarian tensions in Lebanon.

AP contributed to this report.

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Report: Israel Plans to Strike in Syria

by Elad Benari

August 30, 2010

The Alrai daily newspaper in Kuwait reported on Saturday that Israel is planning to attack Hizbullah weapons storage and production facilities in Syria.

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According to unnamed Western sources who were quoted in the report, the IDF has strengthened its troop presence in the Golan Heights and Galilee panhandle. European sources told the paper that Israel had sent unmanned aerial vehicles over Syria and Lebanon, which they see as a sign that a military operation in the area is in the works.

n September of 2007, Israel attacked and destroyed a nuclear reactor in Syria. The site of the bombing was an installation meant to produce plutonium, and was partially funded by North Korea. The CIA had said that Israel bombed the reactor before it attained its planned capacity to manufacture plutonium for nuclear weapons.

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Syria did not respond to the 2007 Israeli attack. However, Alrai also cited sources who said that this time Syria would respond forcefully and quickly should it be attacked by Israel. The paper reported that the Syrian Army has deployed anti-aircraft missiles along the Israeli border and in other key strategic areas

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in the country, and is ready to respond to an attack.

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Meanwhile, the Lebanese army claimed on Friday that Israel has begun to use hot air balloons above Lebanon’s skies. The balloons, said the Lebanese army, are equipped with camera and transmission capabilities.

Arab media reported that these hot air balloons had been spotted on Thursday over Baalbek, the villages of Nahla and Younin and the east Lebanon mountain ridge. The Lebanese army said in a statement that Israel’s use of these balloons is “a new violation of Lebanese sovereignty.”

The reports regarding Syria and Lebanon come during a relatively tense time. On August 3, Lebanese soldiers opened fire on IDF

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soldiers while they were carrying out routine maintenance near the Israeli border with Lebanon. Lt.-Col. (res.) Dov Harari was killed during the exchange of fire.

The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), who conducted an investigation into the incident, said that the attack by the Lebanese soldiers was unprovoked by the IDF. UNIFIL said that although Lebanon has claimed that the Israeli soldiers had crossed the border into Lebanese territory, evidence found that the IDF troops had remained on the Israeli side of the international “blue line” border set by the United Nations.

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