In the Middle East the war drums are getting very loud. Pres. Trump has decided to follow Netanyahu´s warpath against Iran. Israel holds giant drills with Iran as the enemy
Saudi Arabia and Israel are collaborating for the looming war on Iran – as recently revealed by leaked cable.
The Daily Mail 16 Nov. 2017: The King of Saudi Arabia plans to resign, and to announce his son as his successor next week, a source close to the country’s royal family has exclusively communicated to DailyMail.com.
Der König von Saudi-Arabien plant, zurückzutreten, und seinen Sohn als seinen Nachfolger nächste Woche anzukündigen, hat eine Quelle nahe der königlichen Familie des Landes ausschließlich DailyMail.com mitgeteilt.
Der Schritt wird als der Letzte in der Machtergreifung des 32-jährigen Prinzen Mohammed bin Salman gesehen, der Anfang dieses Monats mit der Verhaftung von mehr als 40 Prinzen und Regierungsministern in einer KorruptionsErmittlung begann.
Die Quelle sagte, dass König Salman nur als zeremonielle Galionsfigur weitermachen und die offizielle Führung des Landes seinem Sohn, oft als MBS bezeichnet, übergeben werde.
The high level source said once crowned king, the prince will shift his focus to Iran, a long standing rival oil empire to Saudi Arabia in the Middle East, with fears military action is possible.
He will also enlist the help of the Israeli military to crush Hezbollah, the Lebanese militia supported by Iran, according to the source.
‘MBS is convinced that he has to hit Iran and Hezbollah,’ he said. ‘Contrary to the advice of the royal family elders, that’s MBS’s next target. Hence why the ruler of Kuwait privately calls him “The raging Bull”.
‘MBS’s plan is to start the fire in Lebanon, but he’s hoping to count on Israeli military backing. He has already promised Israel billions of dollars in direct financial aid if they agree.
‘MBS can not confront Hezbollah in Lebanon without Israel. Plan B is to fight Hezbollah in Syria,’ said the source.
Last week the Prime Minister of Lebanon made what is believed to be a forced resignation on Saudi television after being summoned to Riyadh by Prince Mohammed.
Saad al-Hariri said in his resignation speech that he was afraid of being assassinated and accused Iran of working with Hezbollah.
Tensions have been rising between Saudi Arabia and Iran after the Saudi government blamed Iran for a foiled missile attack near Riyadh on November 4.
The Saudi foreign minister, Adel Jubair, said Iran was responsible and called the attack ‘an act of war’.
DEBKAfile 16 Nov. 2017: Saudi newspaper Elaph on Thursday published an interview with the Israeli military chief, Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, the first time an Israeli chief of staff has been interviewed by a Saudi publication. Eisenkot called Iran the “biggest threat to the region.” He also asserted that Israel has no intention of initiating an attack on Hizballah in Lebanon, saying, “we see Iranian attempts to bring about an escalation, but I don’t see a high chance for this at the moment.”
Jerusalem Post 16 Nov. 2017: IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot has offered to share Israeli intelligence about Iran with Saudi Arabia, in remarks published in a rare interview with a Saudi newspaper published in London.
“Under US President Donald Trump there is an opportunity to form a new international alliance in the region. We need to carry out a large, comprehensive strategic plan to stop the Iranian threat,” Eisenkot said.
“The Iranian plan is to control the Middle East by means of two Shi’ite crescents,” Eisenkot told Elaph, “the first being from Iran through Iraq to Syria and Lebanon and the second across the Gulf from Bahrain to Yemen to the Red Sea. We must stop that from happening.”
Eisenkot:“This is what should be prevented in the region,” he said, adding that “in this matter there is complete agreement between us and Saudi Arabia.”
While Tehran’s nuclear program has been temporarily frozen there is no doubt about the country’s intention to acquire nuclear capabilities.
Hezbollah, one of the most prominent terror organizations in the world, has become bogged down fighting in Syria for President Bashar al-Assad. Of its approximately 22,000 fighters, about 7,000 are fighting for the Assad regime and some 2,000 have been killed in the four years the group has been in Syria.
Last week Hezbollah secretary-general Hassan Nasrallah accused Saudi Arabia of having appealed to Israel to launch an attack against the group in Lebanon, offering the Jewish state “billions of dollars” to do so.
“Our demand is that Iran, Hezbollah and other Iranian militias leave Syria. We have said it publicly that we will not accept the Iranian position in Syria in general, and especially their position west of the Damascus-Suwayda road. We will not allow any Iranian presence.”
The Washington Times 12 Nov. 2017 “Iran vs. Saudi Arabia: Dangerous war looms between Middle East powerhouses”.
should escalating tensions between bitter regional rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia break out into open conflict, Riyadh’s formidable military arsenal would quickly overwhelm Iranian forces in a conventional war, while Tehran would hold the advantage against any Saudi forces in a proxy guerrilla war, analysts say.
Sputnik 16 Nov. 2017: Lebanon risks becoming the arena of a Saudi-Iranian conflict, Karim Emile Bitar, a senior fellow at the Institute for International and Strategic Relations in Paris (IRIS), has told Sputnik, expressing his hope that France could mediate the ongoing political crisis. He opined that the US has played a substantial role in the escalation of tensions.
when the situation is so tense, when at the helm there are such tough, impulsive and emotional people as [Crown Prince] Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia or [President] Donald Trump in the US, a coincidence of various factors could lead to an explosion,” he warned.
It looks like the two NATO generals Naumann and Dannatt are right: A war in the Middle East is inevitable, it’s only a matter of time before it breaks out. It will be a conflagration with global implications, which the Illuminati have long been planning, and it has been planned even long before that by a much stronger force: Isaiah 17, Ezekiel 38,39, Jeremiah 25:29 forward, Matth. 24, Luke 21.