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.

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Does Hezbollah Have A Dirty Bomb In Syria?

Friends, it is good to be back your Watchman was away on vacation and a concurrent special assignment. I had no access to the internet to keep you informed. 
Above, a glass vial containing Cesium 137, one particle is deadly. Remember, a small particle of radioactive Cesium 137, on your "pinkie" will kill you in a matter of days. I would rather be bitten by a Black Mamba snake than contaminated with Cesium 137.

Al-Zabadani was a popular summer resort in southwestern Syria, close to the border with Lebanon. It is located in the center of a green valley surrounded by high mountains at an elevation of around 1,100'. It was a beautiful town with pleasant people and had good places to eat Mediterranean food, my favorite kind of food. Al-Zabadani had a population of 26,285. Today it is a ghost town except for Hezbollah and Syrian government soldiers there. 

Above, what Al-Zabadani looked like before the war in Syria, below, photos of Zabadani today. 

Above, Hezbollah fighters inside Al-Zabadani. 

Above, terrorists who surrendered to Hezbollah in Al-Zabadani. 

Al-Zabadani, 30 km west of Damascus and 140km as the crow flies from Haifa, has been depopulated by five years of Syrian war, except for one sign of death. Since December 2015, Hezbollah or if you prefer Hizbollah has enclosed this once attractive tourist resort, strategically located on the Damascus-Beirut highway, into a fortress enclave whose high walls conceal the terrorist group’s new program for the development of weapons of mass destruction.
Most of the facilities for the research and development of chemical weapons and dirty bombs are well below the surface of the secret 2.5 sq. km site.

Syrian and Iranian engineers and technicians are developing the chemical weapons for Hezbollah’s WMD arsenal, and foreign experts were hired from outside the Middle East to help build radioactive weapons. They are kept out of sight at Zabadani.
A telltale sign that the Shiite terrorist organization was actively pursuing a radioactive bomb program was dropped in a speech given by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Feb. 16, 2016.
He boasted that a pair of Hezbollah rockets falling on the Israeli city of Haifa would cause a catastrophe equivalent to a “nuclear bomb” attack. He said this: “An Israeli expert had said that Haifa’s residents fear a deadly attack on the ammonia storage tanks which contain more than 15,000 tons of this gas. That would lead to the deaths of tens of thousands of Israelis and affect another 800,000.”
“This would be exactly like a nuclear bomb and we can say that Lebanon today has a nuclear bomb, seeing as any rocket that might hit these tanks is capable of creating a nuclear bomb effect,” Nasrallah said.
When someone like the Hezbollah terrorist chief drops four references to a nuclear bomb in as many sentences, ending with the boast that “Lebanon today has nuclear bomb,” it must be presumed that he is crowing over some sort of nuclear device in hand.
An actual atomic bomb would cost Hezbollah millions of dollars in investment or purchase, require extensive expertise and a long development time. I think Nasrallah may be referring to the effects a “dirty bomb”, a conventional bomb mixed with radioactive material. It is the poor man's nuclear weapon. A “dirty bomb” could cause massive damage to Haifa’s chemical industry, resulting in a high death toll and panic and cause a major disruption in Israel, the perfect weapon for terrorists. Nasrallah is also be referring to the effect of Hezbollah's conventional missiles hitting Israel's chemical complex in Haifa and causing massive panic and destruction inside Israel.

My Israeli friends decline to discuss publicly Hezbollah’s WMD program, but it further complicated by the commanding Russian military presence in Syria. It is hard to believe that the Shiite terrorists can develop a “dirty bomb” in the heart of Syria, without Russian intelligence noticing what was going on. This is another deadly turn in Syria towards the Isaiah 17 prophesy that calls for the total destruction of Damascus, turning it into a ruinous heap of ruins.   

On another topic, a car bomb exploded Wednesday afternoon at a building being used as a command center for a US-backed Syrian terrorist group, Jabhat Thuwwar Souriya, outside the Syrian town of Quneitra close to the Israeli border. As a result of the massive explosion in the village of Asheh, the building collapsed and over 25 terrorists were killed including the group's leader Abu Hamza al-Naimi. The bombing was apparently carried out by local cells of the Al-Sabirin organization trained and operated by Hizbollah

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