Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Hezbollah stockpiles 40,000 rockets near Israel border

Hezbollah to the North, Hamas to the South, Fatah and Jordan to the East of Israel. All are stockpiling weapons and training fighters, some with US aid. Meanwhile, Syria continues it's intrigues in Lebanon, Egypt allows the continued smuggling of weapons into Gaza and Iran looms over all and supplies and coordinates its proxies. There is also the 2 million plus Muslims living in Israel many of whom will rise up and attack from within at the next major Islamic attack. The next Islamic attack on Israel may well be the largest and most dangerous in Israel's history.

In addition to all the enemies surrounding Israel in the Middle East, Barack Barry Soetoro Hussein Obama continues to suppress Israel's ability to defend itself. To an alien looking down at all this, it would be obvious that there is no longer any nation who will defend Israel from Islamic attack. The only thing holding back the Muslim hordes is a lack of coordination and preparedness.

If Israel falls, the Islamic Jihad will take off like a rocket and attack non-Muslim countries around the world. It will only take the right trigger to set off a frenzied chain reaction against all Kuffars. All those sleeper terrorists now salted throughout Western countries will come alive and lead the internal attacks.

Where will you be when the Jihad hits the street?

Hezbollah stockpiles 40,000 rockets near Israel border


Richard Beeston, Foreign Editor

Three years after Israel fought a bloody war in Lebanon against Hezbollah, there are fears that hostilities could erupt again — this time with the militant group better armed than ever.

According to Israeli, United Nations and Hezbollah officials, the Shia Muslim militia is stronger than it was in 2006 when it took on the Israeli army in a war that killed 1,191 Lebanese and 43 Israeli civilians.

Hezbollah has up to 40,000 rockets and is training its forces to use ground-to-ground missiles capable of hitting Tel Aviv, and anti-aircraft missiles that could challenge Israel’s dominance of the skies over Lebanon.
Brigadier-General Alon Friedman, the deputy head of the Israeli Northern Command, told The Times from his headquarters overlooking the Israeli-Lebanese border that the peace of the past three years could “explode at any minute”.

Israeli planners have no doubt that, should they make the fateful decision to attack Iran, they will provoke massive retaliation on an unprecedented scale.