Iran's Revolutionary Guard Says "Awaiting Orders" To Attack Israel Ahead Of Putin-Netanyahu Summit

Though by many accounts the situation in Syria's south is stabilizing as the government is fast securing the border with Jordan after a major offensive against FSA, al-Qaeda, and ISIS factions in the region, the possibility for further clashes between Israel and Damascus remains high, as we previously warned here

In the past months there's been widespread reporting on a "secret" deal brokered between Russia, Israel, and Syria, which reportedly involves the Syrian Army agreeing to keep Iranian forces away from the ongoing campaign along the Israeli and Jordanian borders, especially the contested Golan Heights. 

However, Israeli media has this week highlighted statements by a top Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander that suggests further open hostilities between Israel, Syria, and pro-Iranian forces could break out at any moment as the IRGC has vowed to "break" Israel's presence, especially along the Golan. 

Ahead of a summit between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin set to be held Wednesday (July 11) in Moscow, Netanyahu reiterated what will likely be a key demand as he meets face to face with Putin: “We will not tolerate the establishment of a military presence by Iran and its proxies anywhere in Syria – not close to the border and not far away from it,” he told reporters over the weekend. 

Deputy Commander of the Revolutionary Guard, Hossein Salami, second right at a May 2015 IRGC military ceremony.

Submitted by Al Masdar News

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In a recent speech, IRGC deputy commander Hossein Salami boasted of the creation of an “Islamic army” near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, which he warned threatened to “end” Israel.

“Today, an international Islamic army has been formed in Syria, and the voices of the Muslims are heard near the Golan,” Salami said, as quoted by the Times of Israel.

“Orders are awaited, so that…the eradication of the evil [Israeli] regime will land and the life of this regime will be ended for good. The life of the Zionist regime was never in [so much] danger as it is now,” the officer added.

According to Salami, Israel “constitutes a threat…to the entire Islamic world. That is the philosophy of the establishment of this regime.”

The IRGC officer also warned that Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia, which is participating in the war in Syria against Islamist militants, has some 100,000 missiles aimed at Israel. “We are creating might in Lebanon because we want to fight our enemy from there with all our strength,” Salami said.

“Hezbollah today has tremendous might on the ground that can on its own break the Zionist regime. The Zionist regime has no strategic-depth,” he added.

On Sunday night, Syrian air defenses thwarted a missile attack on the T4 airbase in Homs province launched from south of the US-coalition controlled at-Tanf region in southern Syria. A source in the Syrian military has told media that the attack was perpetrated by Israel, although the IDF has yet to comment on the claims.

Separately, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, diplomat and senior foreign affairs advisor to the Iranian parliament’s speaker, stressed that Iranian advisers would remain in Syria “notwithstanding aggressive Israeli attacks,” Al-Watan reported. Iran, the adviser said, would “not allow Syria to become an arena for the activities of terrorist groups.”

Map and infographic Via Haaretz

Israel boosted its operations in Syria this spring, killing at least 4 Iranian military advisers at the T4 airbase in a strike in April.

On May 10, the Israeli Air Force hit dozens of suspected Iranian targets in Syria following a rocket attack on IDF positions in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Damascus slammed the move, saying it was a violation of international law. Iran called the attack “Israeli aggression” and vowed to respond.


Kafir Goyim beemasters Tue, 07/10/2018 - 16:13 Permalink

OK guys.  You're waiting for orders, I'll give them to you.

"I order you to attack Israel." - K. Goyim

Now I want you guys to go kick some Israeli ass.  You and them fight till one of you ceases to exist and the other one is dying but covered in blood and glory.  The rest of the world is tired of both of you.  If you want to attack Saudi at the same time, that's also cool. 

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JSBach1 Kafir Goyim Tue, 07/10/2018 - 18:07 Permalink

Narallah speech June 29 2018 (In Gaza, Syria and Iraq, the Resistance will be victorious & Hezbollah is ready to fight Saudi-US Coalition in Yemen):…


Russia warns Syrian rebels 'Idlib will be next': Report

"There was a warning by the Russians for the Free Army not to go to Idlib....'After Daraa, we'll go to Idlib'," Jibawi told SMART.

An FSA military commander was also quoted as telling the news agency that the rebels are now fortifying their bases in Idlib in anticipation of a new offensive.


"The #SyrianArmy discovered huge cache of Western-made weapons & ammo supplied by #UnitedStates & #France, including US TOW & French APILAS anti tank missiles in #Daraa. Can both explain why & how these sophisticated weapons are in the hands of mercenaries & terrorists in #Syria?"


Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday pledged a package of $20 billion in loans, and about $106 million in financial aid, to Middle East nations, as part of what he called an “oil and gas plus” model to revive economic growth in the region.


China would offer aid worth 100 million yuan ($15 million) to Palestine to support economic development, besides providing a further 600 million yuan ($91 million) to Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Yemen, he added.… 

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el buitre JSBach1 Tue, 07/10/2018 - 20:40 Permalink

However, Israeli media has this week highlighted statements by a top Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander that suggests further open hostilities between Israel, Syria, and pro-Iranian forces could break out at any moment as the IRGC has vowed to "break" Israel's presence, especially along the Golan. 

You can bet the farm that this isn't fake news created in the same manner as the Fed creates what passes for money.  The Tylers should be ashamed of this stupid headline which didn't attribute the source.  Some of us here expect more.

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mark1955 helltothenah Tue, 07/10/2018 - 17:46 Permalink


And since FRIDAY THE 13th ( A key date for satanist and the illuminati ) is only several days away, I fully expect some type of major STAGED False Flag!


Possible False Flags this Friday the 13th: 


      1. Israel Stages attack against itself blamed falsely on Iran/Syria


      2.  US and Israel STAGE False Flag chem/bio attack against Syrian people blamed on Assad and Syrian military Falsely!


       3.  US/NWO STAGE "Tonkin Gulf" False Flag between US vs. China/North Korea


       4. FBI STAGED Mass "Shooting" to Try and get more Gun Control

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swmnguy Juggernaut x2 Tue, 07/10/2018 - 16:23 Permalink

If you follow the link to Times of Israel, you'll see that the Iranian guy's speech was translated by MEMRI.

Anybody who has been paying attention knows that as a huge glowing red flag.  MEMRI is the outfit responsible for the "Wipe Israel Off The Map" fake translation.  They're a Zio-Con PsyOp outfit, with a history of intentional mistranslations of idioms, and outright fabrications.

I wouldn't say Iran's Revolutionary Guard is some kind of sewing circle, nor that Hezbollah in Lebanon is some sort of Neighborhood Association.  But if it comes from MEMRI, I wouldn't urge caution; I'd urge complete rejection of the propaganda piece.

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gearjammers1 swmnguy Tue, 07/10/2018 - 16:53 Permalink

Selective Memri -… - Brian Whitaker investigates whether the 'independent' media institute that translates the Arabic newspapers is quite what it seems -


"several things make me uneasy whenever I'm asked to look at a story circulated by Memri. First of all, it's a rather mysterious organisation. Its website does not give the names of any people to contact, not even an office address.

The reason for this secrecy, according to a former employee, is that "they don't want suicide bombers walking through the door on Monday morning" (Washington Times, June 20).

This strikes me as a somewhat over-the-top precaution for an institute that simply wants to break down east-west language barriers.

The second thing that makes me uneasy is that the stories selected by Memri for translation follow a familiar pattern: either they reflect badly on the character of Arabs or they in some way further the political agenda of Israel."

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just the tip Anonymous_Bene… Tue, 07/10/2018 - 17:19 Permalink


iran is going to destroy israel this week sometime.

iran had documented proof the US was supplying weapons to ISIS.  everyone knew it and everyone released their information.  but iran?  waiting.

iran had documented proof the US was behind the stuxnet virus.  everyone knew it and everyone release their information.  but iran?  waiting.


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edotabin Anonymous_Bene… Tue, 07/10/2018 - 17:59 Permalink

This applies to so many things though. I don't support everything Trump does and I'm not a huge fan of the "over the top" antics so they assume I voted for Hillary. When I tell them I hate her guts, they look at me weird.

What about the "I don't like America, so Kim Jong Un runs the best government anywhere" folks?

It's a serious flaw in the thought process.

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Chaotix Magnix Tue, 07/10/2018 - 15:49 Permalink

just as a reminder - Genesis 6:

Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great on the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. The Lord was sorry that He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved [e]in His heart. The Lord said, “I will blot out man whom I have created from the face of the land, from man to animals to creeping things and to birds of the [f]sky; for I am sorry that I have made them.”


I'm not even religious and I think this is his answer to 'the chosen ones'.

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