LastDayWatchers watch the north and you will see
The Iranians through Hezbollah really do wish to complete this encirclement from the north of Israel now that they have access to the Golan
Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah organization and other Shiite forces under Iranian command have been inching their way across a belt of southern Syria in a bid to drive out rebel forces fighting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, an important Iranian ally.
Israel is eyeing with increasing concern the Iranian moves on the Golan, which was occupied by the Jewish state in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, the offensive leaves Israel in a bind and creates the possibility that if it miscalculates in its response, it could ignite a region-wide war.
The Iran-led offensive in the eastern Golan named Martyrs of Quneitra "We are taking the area square by square until we reach the border with Israel, Iran will be so close to the Israelis that it will no longer need long-range missiles to hit them."
Several thousand Shiite fighters from Hezbollah, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan are reported to be participating in the offensive in southern Syria alongside the loyalist National Defense Force militia and regular Syrian troops, Several villages and key strategic hilltops fell to the Iran-led force in late February.
If Israel intervenes militarily in Syria to prevent Iran gaining a foothold, it could cause the spark that leads to a regional war, the transformation of the Golan from a calm backwater into the latest battleground between Iran and Israel will add a further destabilizing dynamic & very combustible mix ripe for miscalculation.
The true realities on the ground in Syria reflect what must shortly occur, according to God's Word; given inside the the May 15th Prophecy; just as the Iraq on the ground realities reflect as well.
The Iraqi army and mostly Shi'ite militia forces had retaken the town of al-Dour on Tikrit's outskirts, known outside Iraq as the area where executed former dictator Saddam was found hiding in a pit near a farm house in 2003.
The army, joined by thousands of Shi'ite militiamen backed and advised by Iran, is five days into an advance on Saddam's home city of Tikrit, by far the biggest target yet in a campaign to roll back last year's advance by Islamic State fighters.
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