The Question is Not ‘IF’ War will Begin – Question is ‘WHEN’!

Question is not ‘IF’ war will happen – Question is ‘WHEN’

An ALL Out Middle East War With Israel Will NOT Begin

Without Hizballah in Control of Lebanese Parliament

Hizballah and Syria are determined to topple Hariri

It’s Essential to The King Of North Counterattack

And to stop Hariri murder investigation Results!

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Daniel 11:40,41 – And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north 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. [41] He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown:

Begin Excerpt 1 from DEBKAfile Special Report

Hizballah’s “zero hour” exercise for toppling Beirut government and war on Israel

DEBKAfile Special Report

November 1, 2010, 2:26 PM (GMT+02:00)

Hizballah last Thursday, Oct. 28, conducted a command exercise in all parts of Lebanon to test its armed militia’s readiness for what its leaders called “zero hour” i.e. asserting its grip on Lebanon and “cornering” Prime Minister Saad Hariri.

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DEBKAfile’s military sources report the exercise took all day and led up to the sabre-rattling speech delivered by Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah that night, which was interpreted by all Lebanese factions interpreted as a declaration of war on their government and the prologue to heating up the border with Israel.

The Shiite terrorist group made no bones about the reasons for its war stance – just the opposite:

1. Hizballah found it necessary to answer the Israel Defense Forces’ recent “electronic exercise,” in keeping with a top-level Iranian-Syrian-Hizballah decision never to leave any American or Israel military step without response.

2. It was a practice for the military action planned for the hours leading up to the Special Lebanese Tribunal’s issuance of indictments against Hizballah leaders for complicity in the assassination of Lebanese ex-prime minister Rafiq Hariri five years ago.

The “zero hour” exercise demonstrated, according to Hizballah sources, “the quick implementation on the ground” of the necessary deployment. They claimed that in “less than two hours” they were able to “maintain a security and military grip of large areas of Lebanon.”

Our sources note that this is the first time Hizballah has leveled publicly about its plan for seizing control of Lebanon by force of arms – even without waiting for the STL indictments to be issued. The disclosure was made five days after the critical command exercise in order to establish a fact.

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It took advantage of a moment when its key opponents were otherwise engaged.

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President Barack Obama has his hands full with the Democrats’ sliding rating in polls ahead of the Nov. 2 midterm elections to Congress.

Saudi King Abdullah had an eye on an ambitious initiative to convene a national conciliation conference of all Iraqi factions for breaking the long impasse over the formation of a new government in Baghdad.

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The Saudi king was seeking an al-Arab breakthrough that would push Iran off the board.

And in Jerusalem, political circles in Jerusalem are full engaged in the trivia of domestic scandal, such as the illegal employment of a foreign worker at Defense Minster Ehud Barak’s home or endless bickering over the stipends for yeshiva students with families.

Hizballah also feels it can safely send its gunmen out on the streets of Beirut and vent its ire on Israel without being jumped on by Western media because they are all totally absorbed in al Qaeda’s bomb package plot and its intercontinental ramifications.

Begin Excerpt 2 from New York Times

In Mideast House of Cards, U.S. Views Lebanon as Shaky

Mark Landler

The Obama administration, already struggling to stave off a collapse of Middle East peace talks, is increasingly alarmed by unrest in Lebanon, whose own fragile peace is being threatened by militant opponents of a politically charged investigation into the killing in 2005 of a former Lebanese leader.

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The White House sent a senior diplomat to Beirut last week to reassure Lebanon’s president, Michel Suleiman, of President Obama’s support for the investigation and his country’s stability.

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The visit by the diplomat, Jeffrey D. Feltman, the assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs, came on top of a telephone call to Suleiman by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“The president felt very strongly that we need to reconfirm our commitment to Lebanon’s independence, Lebanon’s sovereignty and Lebanon’s stability,” Feltman said. “There are people inside Lebanon who are arguing that it faces a choice of justice versus stability. That’s an artificial choice.” “You don’t want the perception of a vacuum,” Feltman said. “You don’t want the perception that Ahmadinejad is the only game in town.” Analysts said that the U.S. was right to reassert its commitment to Lebanon, but that it may be acting too late. Rising prices for weapons suggest that militias other than Hizbullah are rearming, increasing the threat of a civil war. (New York Times)

Begin Excerpt 3 frpm Yediot Aoronot

Hizbullah: New Iranian Role

Alex Fishman

Since Imad Mughniyeh was assassinated in Damascus a few years back, the involvement of Iranian officers from the Revolutionary Guards has deepened throughout the Hizbullah chain of command. Today a military council deals with all the areas that were Mughniyeh’s, like terrorism outside of Lebanon. Above this body is an Iranian general, Hossein Mahadavi, the commander of the Lebanon corps

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of the Revolutionary Guards, who sits in Beirut.


At his side is a team of dozens of Iranian specialists who serve as professional advisors to Hizbullah in intelligence and weapons systems. (Yediot Ahronot-Hebrew, 26Oct10)

Begin Excerpt 4 from AP/Ha’aretz

Syria Spurns U.S. Bid to Mend Ties

Syrian President Bashar Assad told Al-Hayat in an interview published Tuesday that the U.S. has created chaos in every place it entered, snubbing Washington’ s effort

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s to improve ties with Damascus.

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President Barack Obama has made repeated overtures to Damascus this year, nominating the first U.S. ambassador to Syria since 2005 and sending top diplomats to meet with Assad.

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Assad also warned that expected indictments in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri could destroy Lebanon. (AP-Ha’aretz)

Begin Excerpt 5 from New Republic

Is Lebanon About to Collapse

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In the next weeks, the judgment of the international panel set up to examine the assassination of the Sunni billionaire Rafiq al-Hariri – also the Lebanese prime minister – will be rendered.

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It is all but certain that the judges will conclude that the killing of Hariri (and 22 others) was committed in 2005 by men of Hizbullah, Shi’a thugs. This could crush what’s left of the parliamentary alliance between the Sunni middle class and what’s left of Maronite influence. Hizbullah tried to deflect blame for Hariri’s killing onto the Israelis. But some lies are just too preposterous even for one’s own. The fact is that no one could grasp why Jerusalem would have wanted Hariri and his men blown up.

Despite the intentions of the big powers to curb Hizbullah through Security Council Resolution 1701, the effect of its mandate was to accomplish just the opposite. Iran has now claimed a border with Israel, and it is the frontier which the Shi’a mob patrols. Please don’t tell me that the threat to peace lies in

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the West Bank. Lebanon is the scene of the next battle. (New Republic)

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