The Road to WW3: Middle East starts to ‘Blow Up’
As the weeks of 2013 fly-by we are inching closer to a world wide conflict.
Yesterday, we reported that a Russian General spoke candidly saying “No one rules out the possibility of a major war, and it cannot be said that we are unprepared”.
Not to mention the recent air strike on Syria and the confusion about what target was actually hit.
Today we awake to more terror in the Middle East as Israel hints they will attack Syria once again:
Israeli military officials appear to have concluded that the risks of attacking Syria are worth taking when compared to the dangers of allowing sophisticated weapons to reach Hezbollah guerrillas in neighboring Lebanon.
With Syrian President Bashar Assad’s grip on power weakening, Israeli officials fear he could soon lose control over his substantial arsenal of chemical and advanced weapons, which could slip into the hands of Hezbollah or other hostile groups. These concerns, combined with Hezbollah’s own domestic problems, mean further military action could be likely.
As well the mythical Al-Qaeda reared it’s head yesterday to say that attacks on US & it’s Allies would be coming soon for their attack in Mali:
“Where will the next strike by Al-Qaeda be?” a message on the Ansar al-Mujahidin network read, followed by: “The house of disbelief: America, France, Denmark and other countries in Europe, and in the countries that helped and help France and other places.”
The message threatened attacks that will be “strong, serious, alarming, earth-shattering and terrible,” which will be carried out both collectively and individually.
The post also singled out France, telling the country to prepare for a “long war of attrition.”
And as if on cue a suicide bomber attacked the US Embassy in Turkey:
A suicide bomber detonated an explosive Friday in front of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, killing himself and a Turkish guard in an attack that Turkish officials blamed on domestic leftists.
Turkey and the U.S. immediately condemned the attack and U.S. officials urged Americans to stay away from all U.S. diplomatic offices throughout Turkey.
A Turkish woman was also seriously wounded and two other guards sustained lighter wounds in the 1:15 p.m. blast in the Turkish capital, Interior Minister Muammer Guler told reporters.
I will break any news stories as soon as I hear of them. Stay tuned and GET PREPARED!