The Chaos Of The Middle East Is Being Used To Manipulate A War From Afar!

Chaos of the Middle East is being used to manipulate War from Afar.

Scatter. Scatter, Delay, Delay, Chemical & Biological Weapons of War

That the Chaos of the Middle East is being used to Manifest from Afar

Will continue to produce an Old World Cold War Till Obama Reign Ends

Israel and the World have cried for “Peace and safety” since 1967 War

September 13, 2013

I believe a Final Middle East War of the Gentile Age BEGINS DURING THE NEXT ADMINISTRATION. (See Diagram On Archive Prophecy Update Number 321 – Last 1335 days of Tribulation)

—–The first attack of the 10 horns led by Antichrist is likely to begin after Obama leaves office.

——Islamic forces are able to conquer Jerusalem and drive Israel into Negev Beersheba,

After 75 days Israel will hold the Negev from Beersheba southward to the south tip of Eilat.

——A HUDNA (Protracted Truce) UN agreement will be offered, and it will be received and accepted by both Islam and Israel

——The HUDNA will be broken on the sounding of the 7th Trumpet as the catching out of the saved occurs (For the first time ALL the saved are in heaven to be judged at Christ’s Judgment Seat.)



Begin Excerpt 1 from YNet News

Report: Assad scattering chemical weapons to 50 sites

American officials say US, Israeli intelligence agencies still believe they know where most of Assad regime’s chemical weapons are located, but with less confidence


September 13, 2013

A secretive Syrian military unit at the center of the Assad regime’s chemical weapons program has been moving stocks of poison gases and munitions to as many as 50 sites to make them harder for the US to track, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing American and Middle Eastern officials.

The American newspaper quoted officials as saying the movements of chemical weapons by Syria’s elite Unit 450 could complicate any US bombing campaign in Syria over its alleged chemical attacks,. It also raises questions about implementation of a Russian proposal that calls for the regime to surrender control of its stockpile, they said.

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US and Israeli intelligence agencies still believe they know where most of the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons are located, but with less confidence than six months ago, US officials said.

The US claims a chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government on Aug. 21 killed more than 1,400 people, including at least 400 children, in rebel strongholds on the outskirts of the capital Damascus. Syrian President Bashar Assad on Thursday again denied any involvement in a chemical attack, but said his government was prepared to sign an agreement banning the use of chemical weapons.

The Wall Street Journal reported Unit 450—a branch of the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center that manages the regime’s overall chemicals weapons program—has been moving the stocks around for months, officials and lawmakers briefed on the intelligence said.

Movements occurred as recently as last week, the officials said, after Obama said he was preparing to launch strikes.

The unit is in charge of mixing and deploying chemical munitions, and it provides security at chemical sites, according to US and European intelligence agencies. It is composed of officers from Assad’s Alawite sect. One diplomat briefed on the unit said it was Alawite from “janitor to commander.”

According to the report, US military officials have looked into the possibility of gaining influence over members of Unit 450 through inducements or threats. “In a perfect world, you would actually like to co-opt that unit. Who cares who pays them as long as they sit on the chemical weapons,” a senior US military official was quoted by The Wall Street Journal as saying.

Although the option remains on the table, government experts say the unit is so close knit that they doubt any member could break ranks without being exposed and killed, the report said.

The US estimates the regime has 1,000 metric tons of chemical and biological agents. “That is what we know about. There might be more,” one senior US official told The Wall Street Journal

The regime traditionally kept most of its chemical and biological weapons at a few large sites in western Syria, US officials said. But beginning about a year ago, the Syrians started dispersing the arsenal to nearly two dozen major sites.

Unit 450 also started using dozens of smaller sites. The US now believes Assad’s chemical arsenal has been scattered to as many as 50 locations in the west, north and south, as well as new sites in the east, officials said.

The Wall Street Journal said the US is using satellites to track vehicles employed by Unit 450 to disperse the chemical-weapons stocks. But the imagery doesn’t always show what is being put on the trucks. “We know a lot less than we did six months ago about where the chemical weapons are,” one official said.

The movements, activities and base locations of Unit 450 are so sensitive that the US won’t share information with even trusted allies in the opposition for fear the unit would be overrun by rebels, current and former US officials told WSJ.

The US wants any military strikes in Syria to send a message to the heads of Unit 450 that there is a steep price for following orders to use chemical weapons, US officials said.

At the same time, the US doesn’t want any strike to destabilize the unit so much that it loses control of its chemical weapons, giving rebels a chance to seize the arsenal.

“Attacking Unit 450, assuming we have any idea where they actually are, would be a pretty tricky affair because…if you attack them you may reduce the security of their weapons, which is something we certainly don’t want,” Jeffrey White, a veteran of the Defense Intelligence Agency and a defense fellow at The Washington Institute, told WSJ.

The Pentagon has prepared multiple target lists for possible strikes, some of which include commanders of Unit 450, according to the report.

However, a senior US official told WSJ that no decision has been made to target them.

In some respects, officials said, the hands-on role that Unit 450 plays in safeguarding the regime’s chemical weapons secrets makes it too valuable for the US to eliminate, even though the US believes the unit is directly responsible for the alleged chemical weapons abuses.

Officials said the US doesn’t plan to bomb chemical weapons sites directly because of concerns any attack would disperse poison agents and put civilians at risk, WSJ reported.

In addition to satellites, the US also relies on Israeli spies for on-the-ground intelligence about the unit, US and Israeli officials told the newspaper.

Though small in size, Unit 450 controls a vast infrastructure that makes it easier for the US and Israel to track its movements, according to the report.

Whenever chemical munitions are deployed in the field, Unit 450 has to pre-deploy heavy equipment to chemical mixing areas, which the US and Israel can track.

I Thessalonians 4:13 to 5:11 – But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope. [14] For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him. [15] For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep. [16] For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: [17] Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. [18] Wherefore comfort one another with these words. [1] But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you. [2] For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night. [3] For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. [4] But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. [5] Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. [6] Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober. [7] For they that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night. [8] But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation. [9] For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ, [10] Who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him. [11] Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do.

Begin Excerpt 2 from YNet News

Kerry: Syria peace prospects ride on weapons talks

After meeting in Geneva with UN envoy on Syria, American secretary of state and Russian counterpart Lavrov say committed to advance initiative on Assad’s chemical weapons; residents of Damascus suburbs say shelling resumes. Kerry to visit Israel Sunday to discuss Mideast peace talks

News agencies

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov agreed on Friday to push again for an international conference aimed at ending Syria’s civil war.

Meanwhile, State Department spokesman Jen Psaki said Kerry will travel to Jerusalem on Sunday to hold talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the progress made in the Middle East peace talks and Syria.

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The two men will discuss “the final status negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians, following on the secretary’s meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in London last Monday,” he said.

After meeting the UN envoy on Syria in Geneva, where they are trying to confirm a Russian plan to remove Syria’s chemical weapons and avert US military action, Lavrov and Kerry said they agreed to try and make progress on a broader effort to end a conflict that has divided the Middle East and world powers.

They would meet again in about two weeks, around Sept. 28 during the United Nations General Assembly in New York, and hoped progress in Geneva in the coming day on a chemical weapons disarmament deal would help revive plans for peace conference.

“We are committed to trying to work together, beginning with this initiative on the chemical weapons, in hopes that those efforts could pay off and bring peace and stability to a war-torn part of the world,” Kerry told a joint news briefing.

The top US diplomat said after the hour-long meeting at the UN in Geneva that the chances for a second peace conference in Geneva “will obviously depend on the capacity to have success here … on the subject of the chemical weapons.”

Kerry cautioned after meeting Lavrov on Thursday that the United States could still carry out a threat to attack President Bashar al-Assad in retaliation for a poison gas attack last month if Washington was not satisfied with Syria’s response.

UN special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, who also represents the Arab League, said working to remove chemical weapons from Syria would form an important element in efforts to hold new peace talks, following an earlier failed attempt at Geneva last year.

As the diplomacy continued in Switzerland, Assad’s forces were on the offensive against rebel-held suburbs of Damascus, opposition activists and residents said. Warplanes and artillery were bombing and shelling, notably in the Barzeh neighborhood, where activists said there were also clashes on the ground.

“It seems that the government is back to its old routine after the past couple of weeks of taking a defensive posture from a US strike,” said one resident of central Damascus, who opposes Assad. She heard jets overhead and artillery in action.

Damascus formally applied to join a global poison gas ban – a move welcomed on Friday by Russian President Vladimir Putin. He called it “an important step towards the resolution of the Syrian crisis” and added: “This confirms the serious intention of our Syrian partners to follow this path.”

China, too, hailed Assad’s decision, as did Iran, Assad’s key ally in a regional confrontation with sectarian overtones between Shiite Tehran and Sunni Muslim Arab states.

But Kerry has underscored that Washington could still attack: “This is not a game,” he said on Thursday.

The talks were part of a diplomatic push that prompted President Barack Obama to put on hold his plans for US air strikes in response to a chemical weapons attack on Aug. 21. Moscow’s proposal also spared Obama facing a vote in Congress on military action that he appeared likely to lose at this stage.

The United States and its allies say Assad’s forces carried out the attack with sarin nerve gas, killing more than 1,400 people. Putin and Assad have blamed rebel forces.

The United Nations said it received a document from Syria on joining the global anti-chemical weapons treaty, a move Assad promised as part of a deal to avoid US air strikes.

Assad told Russian state television in an interview broadcast on Thursday that he would finalize plans to abandon his chemical arsenal only when the United States stops threatening to attack him.

Lavrov said on Thursday: “We proceed from the fact that the solution of this problem will make unnecessary any strike on the Syrian Arab Republic.”

Along with other world powers, Moscow and Washington see the instability in Syria as fuelling wider security threats, but differ sharply on how to respond. Western powers say that Assad is a tyrant who should be overthrown. Russia, like Assad, highlights the presence in rebel ranks of Islamist militants.

In an audio recording released a day after the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri referred to Islamist fighters in Syria among other battlegrounds as he urged supporters to carry out attacks in the United States to “bleed America economically.”

Putin’s Russia has been Assad’s most powerful backer during the civil war, which has killed more than 100,000 people since 2011, delivering arms and – with China – blocking three UN resolutions meant to pressure Assad.

Kerry said any agreement must be comprehensive, verifiable, credible and implemented in a “timely” way – “and finally, there ought to be consequences if it doesn’t take place.” Kerry called a peaceful resolution “clearly preferable” to military action.

Assad told Russian TV: “When we see the United States really wants stability in our region and stops threatening, striving to attack, and also ceases arms deliveries to terrorists, then we will believe that the necessary processes can be finalized.”

Assad said Syria would provide an accounting of chemical weapons stocks in 30 days, standard practice under the treaty.

Reuters, AP, AFP contributed to the report

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