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05 May 2013 @ 12:38 pm
Syria at war with Israel - Israeli regime attacks Damascus with "nuclear-like" bombs  
Via Before Its News
Eyewitnesses: Israel Drops ‘Nuclear-Type’ Bomb On Damascus, 2 Israeli Jets Shot Down, Assad To Declare War On Israel
#Syria! Now I’m hearing in English & Arabic that there have been explosions at the #Lattakia military airport in the last half hour
UN KILLS SYRIANS ?@luv2live21m
“UNCONFIRMED: Convoy of over 30 vehicles left presidential palace in Mezzeh. Reports that buildings in same complex were torched” #SYRIA
CitizenoftheWorld ?@CitizenoftheWo446s
Assad “to declare war” on #Israel following fresh airstrikes – The Commentator: http://www.thecommentator.com/article/3447/assad_to_declare_war_on_israel_following_fresh_airstrikes#.UYXIX5USM_k.twitter … via @TheCommentator #Syria
CAB Bible ?@AnnotatedBible55s
Seeing reports that #Israel killed 2,000 #Assad troops and injured 8,000 more!!!!!
Bushraaa ?@BSyriana_40s
According to an Israeli channel, Israel has officially cancelled all schools/day jobs tomorrow in case #Syria decides to attack Tel Aviv.
Sean Michael Thomas ?@seanthomas_RT2m
#Damascus based journalist Abdallah Mawazini: 300 soldiers killed in attack, more wounded. Actists claim up to 2,000 deaths. #Syria
RT @The_New_Syria BREAKING NEWS: The #Mennagh airport in #Aleppo has been completely liberated.. // #syria
Reports lots of soldiers were also killed in the blast in Damascus – via RT #Syria
Ahmad Rahban ???? ?@arahban26s
Thousands of Damascenes are taking refugee in shelters with more than 40 explosions heard throughout the city #Damascus #Israel #Syria
??????? ????????? ?@BobbyMageroski9m
@mrjaredtomlin #Syria-n army making a announcement right now. Lets see what happens. Im hearing jets are ready
Univerified reports say that #Syria is preparing to declare an official state of war against #Israel 05:00 local time http://bit.ly/Urybui
Michael Forian ?@Forian22s
.@IsraelHatzolah is reporting that 30,000 #Israeli soldiers have been told to mobilize in preparation for war with #Syria. #IDF
#Syria #Damascus: Massive destruction and fires are reported at the headquarters of the 4th Division in the suburb of Qudsaya
#SYRIA #Damascus: Strange odors throughout the capital city are causing runny eyes and coughing
RT @THE_47th: Eyewitnesses in Damas: Assad Brigades 104, 115 are leveled. #Syria
1KM away from Presidential palace in #Damascus there are confirmed news of ANTI CRAFT firing RIGHT NOW. #Syria
Obama's impeachment must be imminent for him to give the go ahead for the attack.

While waiting for the dust to settle, what action will the UN take? The US will side with the Netanyahu regime.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 09:55 am (UTC)
If Cameron tries to join Netanyahu then he must be stopped by any means. Israel is the aggressor.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:09 am (UTC)
curtis doebbler [human rights lawyer]
#Syria: Every #State international community now entitled to use #force in #Syria's #self_defense against Israel under #international_law.

Iran raps Israeli aggression on Syria, urges united stand against Tel Aviv
ranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has condemned the Israeli military aggression against Syria, urging regional countries to stand up against Tel Aviv.
Mehmanparast on Sunday slammed the Israeli aggression and Tel Aviv’s attempts to create insecurity and instability in the region.
Calling for unity and solidarity among regional countries and their convergence against Israeli threats, Mehmanparast described as calculated Tel Aviv’s attacks against Damascus and the desecration of a revered site belonging to a Shia Muslim figure, Hujr ibn Adi, by the terrorists in Syria.
“The Zionist regime and its allies seek to create ethnic and religious discord among Muslim countries,” Mehmanparast said.
The Syrian state television reported on Sunday that Israel has attacked the Jamraya research center, located northwest of the capital, Damascus. The center had been targeted by another Israeli airstrike back in January.
The Sunday attack came shortly after Tel Aviv confirmed that its warplanes had hit another target in Syria on Friday.
Tel Aviv has made no confirmation on the latest Israeli strike. “We don’t respond to this kind of report,” an Israeli military spokeswoman said.
On Saturday, US President Barack Obama said the Israeli regime had the right to launch airstrikes on Syria.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:18 am (UTC)
Breaking News Syria
11:22AM NATO: five U.S service members killed in Afghanistan.
10:42AM Iranian officials: Israel will loss and Syrian people stands besides its government.
10:35AM Israel attacks a science research center in Damascus countryside.

9:32AM The road of Tartus- Latakia and Banias has been blocked for the existence of snipers.
4:04AM Homs: Syrian Army seizes control over the station of filtering the water in al-Dosarieh of al-Qusair countryside.
3:22AM Al-Manar: Syrian Air defenses hit the Israeli warplane.
2:58AM Damascus countryside: the blasts of Jemraya resulted by Israeli air-attack by missile.
2:47AM Damascus: blasts of Jemraya to target the center for science research.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:26 am (UTC)
Syrian troops targetted
Israel attacks a science research center in Damascus countryside
Massive explosions have been heard near Mount Qasion in Damascus, the area includes the Jamraya military research center that came under Israeli attack and as RT said that Israeli rockets targeted a military research center.
RT also reported that the airstrike targeted the 104th and 105th brigades.
An intelligence official in the Middle East has also confirmed that it was Israel’s second strike launched on Syria in three days.
RT has managed to speak to local journalist Abdallah Mawazini, for a report on the latest developments.
“When the explosion happened in Damascus, all the houses were shaken. There was dust everywhere. Right now we’re receiving more information about the attack, which targeted the Jamraya military research center. Everyone woke up, most of the people ran downstairs – to make sure they are safe. Now we are getting more information. The sound of the explosion was heard everywhere in Damascus. People are scared.”
During the attack, one Israeli jet was reportedly shot down by Syria's Air Force, according to Hezbollah's Manar TV channel, citing security sources in Damascus, but there has been no confirmation whether the jet fell inside or outside Syria’s territories.
"The new Israeli attack is an attempt to raise the morale of the terrorist groups which have been reeling from strikes by our noble army," Syrian television said.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:32 am (UTC)
Death count
Chatter says around 200 servicemen killed, the number of murdered civilians is unknown. 2 pilots have been taken prisoner.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:40 am (UTC)
Vid of bombing

Recorded by insurgents judging by the muted allahu akbar.

If the Israeli regime has used small nukes it needs a put-down by the global community. The Obama regime that green-lighted the illegal attack must be brought to heel. The attack is contrary to majority wishes.

If the Cameron regime refuses to condemn the attack then it must be ousted as unrepresentative.

Edited at 2013-05-05 10:41 am (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 10:52 am (UTC)
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clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 11:04 am (UTC)
Israel Rushes to Rescue Al-Qaeda Terrorists in Syria
As expected as a result of the sweeping gains by Syrian Arab Army all over Syria and especially in Qussayr countryside surrounding the city, the failure of the sleeping cells in the coastal countryside to make any progress, Damascus countryside, and throughout the northern countrysides between Idleb & Hama, it was expected when these terrorists fail, their masters come to their rescue and that happened. In the dense of the night when Damascenes were sleeping after a long day of clashes and victories, huge explosions occurred near the Syrian capital, sources confirmed it was an Israeli raid but details are yet to come.
People all over the city and the countryside heard the explosions and felt the tremors, it was a multiple attack, a number of casualties reported but yet to be confirmed, however, the confirmed the targets were:
A food supply center for the SAA providing the Army with all food needs from chicken, sheep and cows, all live stock were killed.
An SAA air-defense unit.
An SAA weapons and munition depot.
Videos and more pictures yet to come when engineering units search the area for any traces of harmful materials dropped as Israel is infamous for using depleted uranium and cluster bombs in its raids even at schools in Gaza, most likely the same might have been used in these raids.
Continues http://www.syrianews.cc/israel-rushes-rescue-qaeda-terrorists-syria/
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 11:11 am (UTC)
Rabid US attack dog positional moves
Israeli regime moved 2 decorative "iron dome" anti missile batteries to the Syrian border.
The Israeli war cabinet has convened a special session.
The attack on Damascus is reported as being to intercept advanced Iranian missiles enroute to Hezbollah in Lebanon. So the targetting of troops was co-incidental?
At present Israel is vulnerable to an attack from the south.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 11:43 am (UTC)
The Syria-Iran red line show
The Bushist Obama "red line" as applied to Syria and Iran is becoming a tad ridiculous. Prevailing "wisdom" in Washington is that the limits in place for Syria (like the US-Israeli fabricated hysteria on chemical weapons) must be enforced with the same color-coded spin used for Iran. There is no "red line", just a hue and cry to drown out hardcore weaponizing of Israel and the Gulf petro-monarchies.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 11:55 am (UTC)
UK regime - zionist mouthpiece report:
Israel carries out second air strike in Syria
Unnamed western intelligence sources reportedly claim attack was attempt to stop missiles reaching Hezbollah in Lebanon
Israel has carried out a second air strike on Syria, hitting targets in and close to Damascus in what briefings by unnamed western intelligence sources reportedly claimed was an attempt to stop a shipment of advanced, Iranian-made missiles heading to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Syria's state news agency, Sana, reported explosions at the Jamraya military and scientific research centre near Damascus, saying: "Initial reports point to these explosions being a result of Israeli missiles." The agency spoke of an unspecified number of casualties.
While Israel made no comment, Lebanon's Al-Mayadeen TV reported several apparent strikes, including one on a military position in a village west of Damascus, about six miles from the Lebanon border.
Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV said the Jamraya research base was not hit and that it was an army supply centre which had been targeted. The station quoted Syrian security officials as saying three sites, including military barracks, arms depots and air defence infrastructure, were targeted. Amateur video footage said to have been shot early on Sunday in the Damascus area showed fire lighting up the night sky.
It is the second Israeli air strike on Syria in three days, both reportedly targeting what Israel believes are shipments of advanced weapons, including Iranian-made Fateh-110 missiles.
"In last night's attack, as in the previous one, what was attacked were stores of Fateh-110 missiles that were in transit from Iran to Hezbollah," Reuters quoted a "western intelligence source" as saying. There was no way to verify the claim.
More http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/may/05/israel-more-air-strikes-syria
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 12:04 pm (UTC)
Unprovoked Attack on Syria:
US-backed Israel Commits Egregious International Crime
The US feigns disassociation with Hitlerian act of Israeli aggression – as was planned since 2007.
Tony Cartalucci (LD),- Unprovoked, Israel has attacked Syria numerous times over the past 2 days, including attacks on the Syrian capital of Damascus, in what appears to be a series of intentional provocations designed to drag the region into a wider conflict its US sponsors can then enter militarily. Neither attacked directly by Syria, nor able to cite credible evidence in regards to perceived threats Israel claims to be reacting to, the assault on Syria represents a Chapter VII breach of the United Nations Charter.
What’s more, is that while the US feigns disassociation with Israel’s breach of international peace, after jointly fueling a genocidal sectarian conflict within Syria’s borders for the past two years, it is documented fact that the US and Saudi Arabia planned to use Israel to conduct military attacks against Iran and Syria, they themselves could not justify politically, legally, or strategically.
What is now hoped is that Syria and Iran retaliate militarily, allowing the “other shoe to drop,” and for the US, UK, France, and their regional axis to directly intervene in Syria, and with any luck, Iran.
Insidious Ploy Engineered and Documented in 2007-2009
As early as 2007, it was reported that a US-Saudi-Israeli conspiracy to overthrow the governments of Iran and Syria by arming sectarian terrorists, many linked directly to Al Qaeda, was already set in motion. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh in his 2007 New Yorker article, “The Redirection,” stated (emphasis added):
“To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.”
Of Israel and Saudi Arabia’s partnership it specifically stated:
“The policy shift has brought Saudi Arabia and Israel into a new strategic embrace, largely because both countries see Iran as an existential threat. They have been involved in direct talks, and the Saudis, who believe that greater stability in Israel and Palestine will give Iran less leverage in the region, have become more involved in Arab-Israeli negotiations.”
Additionally, Saudi Arabian officials mentioned the careful balancing act their nation must play in order to conceal its role in supporting US-Israeli ambitions across the region. It was stated even then, that using Israel to publicly carry out attacks on Iran would be preferable to the US, which would ultimately implicate the Saudis.
Continues http://nsnbc.me/2013/05/05/unprovoked-attack-on-syria-us-backed-israel-commits-egregious-international-crime/
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 12:17 pm (UTC)
Israeli yellow card for US on Iran
Israel is standing up to American pressure to leave the Iranian nuclear program to Washington, despite recent reciprocal high-level visits and an "unprecedented" US$10 billion arms deal. Its intensions appear to be two-track: to push the US into more decisive action and to prepare world opinion for a unilateral strike on Iran.

Irrational rhetoric fuels illegal wars
The anti-Islam circus in the US received another boost following the Boston Marathon bombings, with the political jugglers and media acrobats who preach hate to all Muslims indirectly ensuring the public are a willing audience for any hegemonic US act in the Middle East. The vitriol of the spectacle is not without cool calculation

Syrian conflict casts long shadow over Iraq
The Syrian conflict is testing Shi'ite loyalties of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government to Iran and Tehran's ally, Bashar al-Assad. Uncertain allegiances and spillover fears amid an influx of Syrian refugees make Iraq's official neutral stance on the fight in Syria all but academic.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 12:29 pm (UTC)
Mali squash: France and US doing a Rothschild, backing both sides.
The Geopolitical Reordering of Africa: US Covert Support to Al Qaeda in Northern Mali, France “Comes to the Rescue”
12.500 UN Troops Deployed to Mali. France Offloads Its Neo-Imperialism to UN
Finian Cunningham (SCF),- Last week, the UN Security Council voted unanimously to send some 12,500 peacekeeping troops to Mali to take over from the more than 4,000 French forces that had been dispatched there since mid-January. That dramatic French military intervention was ostensibly to save its former colony from being over-run by Al Qaeda-linked jihadists, who had moved southwards from the northern half of the country and were allegedly posing a threat to the Francophile government in the capital, Bamako.
The Geopolitical Reordering of Africa: US Covert Support to Al Qaeda in Northern Mali, France “Comes to the Rescue”For the past three months, French Special Forces, backed up by Mirage and Rafale fighter jets along with Gazelle helicopter gunships, have been retaking the key northern cities of Timbuktu, Gao and Kidal, and pushing the jihadist rebels into the remote northern desert hinterland bordering Algeria. President Francois Hollande initially said the French mission was to «clear the country of terrorists» and that his troops would stay as long it takes to achieve that objective.
However, with the death of a French soldier this week from combat in northern Mali and with ongoing suicide bomb and landmine attacks on French-backed Malian army personnel, it is far from certain that the rebel forces have been decisively routed. There is good reason to believe that the militants have made a tactical withdrawal from their former city bases and have simply gone to ground in remote desert areas to re-launch future offensives.
Nevertheless, President Hollande last week asserted that the French mission is complete in Mali. His defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian during a tour of northern Mali in recent days described the situation as a «post-war stabilization».
That is why, it is claimed, the French now want to «hand the baton» over to the UN peacekeeping force, which is due to take over in July, around the time of scheduled nationwide elections in Mali.
The question is: is the military situation in Mali as comfortable as the French government is maintaining or is something else going on?
There is good reason to contend that after piling into Mali to shore up its strategic interests, the French quickly found themselves with an economically unsustainable military operation.
What the French have seemingly managed to pull off is to offload the military and financial burden of Mali on to the international community, but at the same time Paris stands to gain from renewed colonial influence in the resource-rich West African country.
Continues http://nsnbc.me/2013/05/05/12-500-un-troops-deployed-to-mali-france-offloads-its-neo-imperialism-to-un/

Edited at 2013-05-05 12:30 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 01:54 pm (UTC)
Some context for the above
Here -
UN-Reports indicate French Plot against Mali´s Military and Commander Sanogo
Another cause for concern is, that sufficient evidence and witness testimony by among other, the SADI Presidential Candidate Dr. Oumar Mariko has transpired, which strongly suggests that France as well as the ousted Malian President Touré have conspired with Al-Qaeda leader Ihyad Ag Ghali, with the MNLA, and others, to manufacture the crisis in the north of Mali with the intention of being able to procure France, the UN and NATO members for a recolonization of the African nation.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 01:11 pm (UTC)
The Western and Israeli regimes' collusion with terrorists is now plain for all to see.
(Anonymous) on May 5th, 2013 04:30 pm (UTC)
mini-nukes used? Highly unlikely.
Israeli missiles just accurately struck some of Assad's weapons. Simple as that.
clothcapclothcap on May 5th, 2013 05:57 pm (UTC)
Re: mini-nukes used? Highly unlikely.
Looked on the large side for a conventional weapon. People miles away felt the ground move and thought it was an earthquake. Perhaps a US 2 ton bunker buster. I doubt the weapons stored would caused one eruption like that.
No doubt people with better knowledge will comment somewhere soon.
(Anonymous) on May 6th, 2013 12:12 am (UTC)
Re: mini-nukes used? Highly unlikely.-A01A
His comment brought to mind the old saying that the truth is rarely plain and never simple. You have to admire ((as well as pity) his absolute faith (as his own man) in his chosen religion.
(Anonymous) on May 5th, 2013 07:38 pm (UTC)
Sleepless nights for Assad.
"The Obama administration has provided non-lethal aid to Syrian rebels and humanitarian assistance for those displaced by the country’s civil war. But the administration has resisted calls for establishing a no-fly zone over Syria, noting American warplanes would be targeted by Syrian air defense systems.

Republican Congressman Tom Cotton says Israeli airstrikes Friday and Sunday demonstrate such concerns are unfounded.

“The Israeli strikes over the last 48 hours have indicated that those Russian air defense systems [in Syria] are not as robust as they are sometimes reported to be. We can stop Bashar al-Assad from killing his own people, and we can stop some of the worst violence in Syria," he said."


So reminiscent of the cheering when Gadaffi's Bab al-Aziziya got blown up. Won't be long before Assad is on the run before the Rebels catch up with him.
(Anonymous) on May 6th, 2013 10:31 am (UTC)
Re: Sleepless nights for Assad.-A01A
So was this the purpose of the Israeli's unprovoked strike against Syria - to test their systems, so that they could say it was ok to establish a so called "no fly zone"? Of course, we all now know that this just means they can go in and bomb Syria and the Syrians to pieces, just like they did in Libya.

Even those making entries in the comments pages of the newspapers defending the humanitarian nature of the NFZ were, in the end, saying this was just an excuse and anybody who thought it was an humanitarian mission gone wrong was just plain stupid. Weren't you one of those?
(Anonymous) on May 5th, 2013 08:24 pm (UTC)
Anything can happen in the next 24 hours.
"How is Assad doing against the rebels? The quoted article above reports that rebel forces have just taken out a major radar site critical to Assad and his forces leaving him severely compromised.

Western military sources told debkafile that the destruction of this vital facility has blinded the two eyes which Syrian air, air defense and missile forces had trained on Israel. It has therefore crippled, though not completely dismantled, Bashar Assad’s ability to got to war against Israel, Jordan or Saudi Arabia.

The same article also reports that NATO has started the process to install patriot missile batteries in Turkey to be used against the Syrian government and help protect rebel forces. And it is also being reported that NATO is supplying the Rebels with tanks, which some are saying is a declaration of war.

It appears that Assad is being “cornered.” Will he unleash his chemical weapons and carry out his threat that the “Middle East would go up in flames, especially Israel?” If he does I could easily see how Israel could respond with nuclear weapons so that “Damascus is taken away from being a city” and made a ruinous heap.

Isaiah 17:1 The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.
(Anonymous) on May 6th, 2013 10:37 am (UTC)
Re: Anything can happen in the next 24 hours. - A01A
It will certainly be a ruinous heap if the zionists and usual suspects have their way. They reduce everything to a ruinous heap whether it is written in the book or not. How sad that they are actually supported in bringing their death and destruction wherever they go by brainwashed fools like you.
(Anonymous) on May 5th, 2013 08:39 pm (UTC)
Israel Hits Syria, Sends Message to Iran
"What does Israel get out of all of this? First of all, it has reduced the risk of transfer of missiles or “game-changing” technologies into what it believes are dangerous hands. It is not a far stretch to believe that there will be other strikes, if and when. It is not unimaginable that Israel will take advantage of the chaos to drastically reduce the potential of such technology and equipment falling into the wrong hands. Second of all, Israel has once again put on a show of military, and especially intelligence, strength. The consignments that exploded with a thundering boom in Damascus in recent days are underground, protected by thick layers of concrete. While it’s true that this is still not the Fordow site, there are very few air forces in the world that know how to crack such caches, and with such ease.

And we still haven’t mentioned the excellent and precise intelligence. I believe that in Jerusalem they assume that Tehran is looking at bombed out and burning Damascus and understanding several things. The United States is supportive, the world is silent and the sides are ready in a face-off, closer than ever to conflict. If we think about it, we are actually right in the middle of the dress rehearsal."

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/05/airstrike-in-syria-big-hint-to-iran.html#ixzz2SS89dndE
(Anonymous) on May 6th, 2013 10:44 am (UTC)
Re: Israel Hits Syria, Sends Message to Iran - A01A
Well, the Israeli"s are well practised in the arts of war, having been the aggressors in all conflicts they have been involved in since they were established. With their American partners they are behind almost all large scale violent global upheavals, aren't they? So who would know better than they how to cause maximum chaos with maximum ease?