The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Middle East Update 14 Oct. 2105

Above and below, Su-34 with ECM modules "Khibiny" on the wing tips.

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The Russian Khibiny electronic warfare system in Syria can block ALL U.S. aerial, ground  and naval activity.
In the Black Sea in April 2014 the Russians claimed a Su-24 managed to jam the Donald Cook’s, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, Aegis air-defense system, which combines radars and long-range missiles. The algorithm of the radar in the Aegis system on the destroyer did not load under the influence of jamming by the Su-24.
In an unusual warning, the EU’s flight safety regulator has said commercial flights between Europe and Asia face a serious threat from cruise missiles fired at Syria by Russian warships in the Caspian Sea. In response to the bulletin from the European Aviation Safety Agency, a number of airlines changed their flight routes this week, while others, including Cathay Pacific, announced the cancellation of flights through the hazardous area.
The Illuminati member and war monger Zbigniew Brzezinski says the US should retaliate against Russia for attacking the US backed al-Qaeda and ISIS forces in Syria. 

Russia’s deputy chief of staff, Gen. Nikolay Bogdanovsky, with a large military delegation, arrived in Israel for a two-day visit Tuesday, Oct. 6, to discuss coordination between the two militaries. On Friday, Oct. 2, the Russian Defense ministry announced the surprise deployment of Navy cruiser, the Moskva, armed with 64 advanced anti-aircraft missiles S-300 ship-to-air missiles opposite the Syrian coastal town of Latakia. Moscow has created an effective no-fly zone over Syria, N. Israel, S. Turkey, Jordan and Cyprus.

A "massive increase in settlements" built by Israel in recent years has led to the "frustration" and "violence" now stoking its decades-old conflict with the Palestinians, US Secretary of State John Kerry said at Harvard University on Tuesday night. Kerry earlier condemned the latest terror wave against Israel. He said he would soon go the region to try and reengage the situation “away from this precipice,” lest the two-state solution “be stolen from everybody” if violence in the region were to spiral out of control. Well. Mr. Kerry did you ever consider the possibility that Mahmoud Abbas and his Muslim thugs simply want to exterminate the Jews. It was Abbas who abrogated the peace deals with Israel that prompted this latest Intifada. These thugs do not want a true peace with Israel. 

Police have thrown up roadblocks on the main highways of central Israel and sensitive points in Jerusalem following terror alerts. They are manned by police officers, Border Guards police and in some cases IDF soldiers posted in Jerusalem following a security cabinet decision early Wednesday. Overnight, police special forces rounded up scores of Palestinians illegally present and employed at constructions in various towns.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday, 13 Oct. 2015 that Washington has turned down an invitation by Moscow to send a high-ranking defense delegation for talks on coordination of military operations in Syria. In his speech to the lower house of Russia's parliament, Lavrov also said Russian President Vladimir Putin made the invitation during his recent visit to New York.  
Israeli Interior Minister Silvan Shalom said Wednesday that the immediate family members of Israeli Arabs who commit terrorist attacks against Jews would be stripped of their residency as well as the economic benefits they receive from the government. He added that the step is a just deterrent in addition to the destruction of terrorists' houses. Shalom said he had already decided to cancel the residency of 19 residents of East Jerusalem who were involved in attacks, and that the land upon which terrorists' houses are built would be expropriated after those houses are destroyed.
Internal Security Mnister Gilad Erdan announced the easing of certain restrictions on gun ownership on Wednesday in an effort to allow more citizens to bear arms in light of the ongoing wave of Palestinian terror. One of the new measures is a requirement for training once a year, rather than three times a year, as a condition for renewal of gun licenses. I think such a reaction would be the opposite in the U.S.  

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