Israeli Stealth Fighters Fly Over Iran Amid Speculation Of Imminent War

One week after Israel demonstratively released a video of  a 2007 airstrike on a suspected Syrian nuclear facility (after refusing to officially acknowledge the operation for more than a decade), the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida reported late on Thursday that 2 Israeli F-35 stealth fighters had entered Iranian airspace over the past month.

Israeli F-35

Sources quoted in Al-Jarida said that two stealth fighters flew over Syrian and Iraqi airspace to reach Iran, and even targeted locations in the Iranian cities Bandar Abbas, Esfahan and Shiraz. Then the two ultra advanced fighter jets circled at high altitude above Persian Gulf - read Iranian - sites suspected of being associated with the Iranian nuclear program.

Ominously, the Kuwaiti newspaper also reports that the two jets went undetected by radar, including the Russian radar system located in Syria. It was unclear if the provocative Israeli operation was undertaken in coordination with the US army, which recently conducted joint exercises with the IDF (recall "Top US General Says American Troops Should Be Ready To Die For Israel")

Brig.-Gen Zvika Haimovitch, the head of the IDF's Aerial Defense Division
and US Air Force 3rd AF Commander Lt. Gen. Richard Clark.

The Kuwaiti report added that the seven F-35 fighters in active service in the Israel Air Force have conducted a number of missions in Syria and on the Lebanese-Syrian border, and highlighted that the fighter jets can travel from Israel to Iran twice without refueling.

As the J-Post puts it, "the act is a signal of heightened regional tensions, especially in light of recent Israeli military attacks in Syria, including against Iranian bases in the country."

Of course, Israel has had no qualms about admitting it launched about 100 air strikes on Syria over the past five years, targeting Hezbollah terrorists, weapons convoys and infrastructure, and it is believed to be behind dozens more. Things turned ugly in February when an Israel attempt to provoke Syria and Iran backfired: one month ago, Israeli F-16 fighter jets entered Syrian airspace, striking 12 Iranian targets in Syria in response to an Iranian drone that was shot down over Israel. Two Israeli crew members were wounded when they ejected from their jet before it crashed, which, according to Israel, was determined to be caused by pilot error.

In response to the Iranian drone, a senior Israeli official quoted by the JPost warned that Israel will react with force to Iran's efforts to entrench itself further in Syria: "the Iranians are determined to continue to establish themselves in Syria, and the next incident is only a matter of time,” he said, warning that Israel does not rule out that that the Islamic Republic will continue to try to attack Israel.

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Meanwhile, if Israel is looking for a military conflict spark, whether legitimate or "false flag", it may get this opportunity as soon as tomorrow, when the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas is reportedly planning a mass demonstration along Israel's border on Friday, prompting fears of a new war with the Jewish state ahead of the Passover holiday, according to regional experts and U.S. officials who say they are closely monitoring the situation.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, following a recent military exercise described by observers as "unprecedented," Hamas leaders called for some 100,000 Gaza Strip resident to engage in six weeks of mass demonstrations along the Israeli border as Jewish families gear up for the Passover holiday, which begins Friday evening.

Regional experts closely tracking the situation say the demonstrations are meant as cover for a mass military campaign to swarm Israel's border and stoke violence against the Jewish state.

The situation is being closely monitored by Trump administration officials, who outlined concerns that Hamas could use civilian protesters as human shields as cover for attacks on Israeli forces. State Department officials told the Washington Free Beacon that they are aware of the upcoming protests and will be tracking the situation closely.

"We are aware of calls by Hamas asking people to march along the Israeli border over the coming weeks," one U.S. official told the Free Beacon." We will monitor the situation and developments closely."

The State Department also emphasized that it still considers Hamas a terror group and is aware of its routine use of human shields during terror operations. "Our position on Hamas has not changed," the official said. "It is a designated Foreign Terrorist Organization. Any use of human shields is absolutely unacceptable."

Omri Ceren, a managing director at The Israel Project, a D.C.-based organization that works on Middle East issues, warned that Hamas is using civilian protests as cover for a massive military operation that could launch another regional war.

Evidence suggests Hamas has already prepared to flood Israel with armed assets during the demonstration and has even positioned equipment such as tractors to shift the ground and erect fortifications.

"Hamas is trying to trigger a Passover War and the U.N. seems eager to help them," Ceren said. "Hamas is preparing thousands of civilians to rush Israel's border, tear down the defensive fence, and provide cover as Hamas fighters flood into Israel."

While Israeli military officials have planned to use as little force as possible to control any violent eruption, things could get out of hand quickly, Ceren said.

"The Israelis will do everything possible to prevent escalation and avoid casualties, but this is the kind of thing that could go really bad really quickly," he explained.

Of course, the alternative is that Israel will be delighted by, and eagerly welcome any military escalation as it will give it a greenlight to strike not only Palestine, but the country it accuses of being the biggest supporter of Hamas, Iran.

In other words, there is a non-trivial probability that a war betwen Israel and Iran may break out as soon as this weekend, catalyzed by one of several potential triggers.

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eforce directaction Thu, 03/29/2018 - 18:03 Permalink

Iran may well have been tracking it the entire time, and let Israel think they can do a strike undetected.

Also the pilots would have no way of knowing they were detected or not, I very much doubt either the Russians or Iranians would initiate a radar lock unless they had the intention of starting hostilities.

Edit: https://theaviationist.com/2018/03/29/heres-why-the-claim-that-two-isra…

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Slack Jack philipat Thu, 03/29/2018 - 21:17 Permalink

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There are no ancient Jewish cities in Israel,...
but there are lots of ancient Greek cities.

What is weird is this; that 2000 years ago, it seems that there were no people even resembling Jews, in Israel.

It turns out that there is not a single ancient Jewish city in what is now called Israel. There is not a single ancient city where Hebrew characters are used on the statues and buildings. There is not a single ancient city where the buildings are in the ancient Jewish architectural style. In fact, there is not even a category of "ancient Jewish architectural style".

Of course, the Hebrew characters that are desired, are those of the Dead Sea scrolls (supposedly from 2000 years ago), which are essentially the modern Hebrew characters without points.

If you check out all the ancient cities in Israel from 2000 years ago, they are all Greek, and their ruins are still there for you to visit. Their inscriptions are in the Greek script and the buildings are in the ancient Greek architectural styles.

Here is a list of some of the known ancient Greek cities in (and near) Israel; Ecdippa, Seleucia, Ptolemais, Taricheia Arbela, Asochis, Sepphoris, Hippos, Dion, Sycaminum, Bucolon Polis, Itabyrium, Gadara, Abila, Dora, Comus, Gephrus, Crocodilion Polis, Caesarea, Straton's Tower, Narbata, Scythopolis, Pella, Samaria, Amathus, Ragaba, Gerasa, Apollonia, Sicima, Pegae, Joppa, Arimathea, Jamnia, Port of Jamnia, Lydda, Modiin, Aphaerema, Philadelphia, Birtha, Gazara, Beth Horon, Dok, Jericho, Samaga, Esbus, Medaba, Ladder of Tyre, Azotus, Port of Azotus, Accaron, Jerusalem, Ascalon, Anthedon, Gaza, Marissa, Beth Zur, Hebron, Adora, Engeddi.

The ancient Jewish cities in Israel are,....... well there aren't any. Not even one.

Here's an interesting example of a first century BC Greek inscription (i.e., in Greek letters) from Jerusalem's Temple Mount forbidding the entry of strangers to the Temple precinct.

http://www.preearth.net/images/no-foreigner-shall-enter.jpg

The pictured stone was found in 1935. It was actually the second such warning-stone to be found, the first being discovered by Charles Simon Clermont-Ganneau in 1871. It was deemed so dangerous to the "Jews inhabited Israel 2000 years ago" theory, that it completely disappeared for 13 years before resurfacing in Istanbul, where, it was correctly calculated, it would not attract much attention.

From: https://www.timesofisrael.com/ancient-temple-mount-warning-stone-is-clo…

The first Jerusalem Temple Mount warning-stone, now found in the Archaeology Museum, Istanbul, is pictured below:

http://preearth.net/images/jerusalem-temple-warning-at-istanbul.jpg

It says (in Greek): "No stranger is to enter within the balustrade round the temple and enclosure. Whoever is caught will be responsible to himself for his death, which will ensue."

Slack Jack's CHALLENGE:

Name ONE ancient city (that existed in what is now called Israel) where the building inscriptions are all in Hebrew, and the buildings are constructed in the ancient Hebrew architectural style (whatever that may be).

Then give a summary of "the ancient Hebrew architectural style" (you will have to make this up as it does not yet exist).

Then give links to photos of the ancient building inscriptions which show that they are written in Hebrew.

Then show that the buildings are constructed in the ancient Hebrew architectural style (that you have just invented).

http://www.preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1175

It's been months now and still no one is up to the challenge.

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Slack Jack Slack Jack Thu, 03/29/2018 - 21:20 Permalink

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The Dead Sea scrolls Hoax.

The Dead Sea scrolls are a mixture of old documents that were hidden in a number of caves to be miraculously found and used to support the establishment of Israel, a country intended for Jews only.

The main document "finds" were in caves near the tiny ancient settlement of Qumran.

The first documents were "found" in 1947.

Israel was created in 1948.

The Dead Sea scrolls are the only really old (well supposedly really old) documents, in the Hebrew characters, that have ever been found. No other really old documents in the Hebrew characters have ever been found.

All other documents in Hebrew characters date from later than 800 AD.

Previous to the "finds", critics had pointed out the late date of all documents in Hebrew characters, and deduced that the Hebrew Old Testament must have been translated from the Greek Old Testament and not the other way round.

Then, low and behold,... a very timely miracle occurs.

The Dead Sea scrolls are "found" and dated to hundreds of years earlier than the oldest previously known documents in Hebrew characters.

Then, it is widely claimed that all the scrolls were produced and hidden in the Qumran caves before 70 AD (the supposed time of the mythical sack of Jerusalem by the Romans).

The critics are not given access to the scrolls nor even photographs of the text, lest they spoil the party.

In fact, for decades, only seven scholars are given access to the scrolls.

This goes on till certain critics are dead and the scrolls have been purged of all anachronisms (like Arabic numerals).

Then, in 1991, only 45 years after their "discovery", the Huntington Library, in San Marino, California, without consent, makes facsimile copies of the scrolls available to all.

So that, in brief, is the Dead Sea scrolls Hoax.

More, however, can be deduced....

One can even guess where the Dead Sea documents came from.

It turns out that some of the Dead Sea documents, for example, the "Damascus Document," are nearly identical to documents from the Genizah collection of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo, Egypt. So, it is likely that many of the Dead Sea scrolls had their source there.

Worldwide, there are twelve manuscripts of the "Damascus Document"; ten manuscripts from the Dead Sea scrolls and two manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah. There are no manuscripts of the "Damascus Document" from anywhere else. This strange distribution is a result of the fraud. The "Damascus Document" was first published in 1910 by Solomon Schechter in "Fragments of a Zadokite Work."

The Ben Ezra Synagogue was established around 900 AD.

Now, the Arabs have ruled Egypt since they defeated the Greek armies around 635 AD.

Now, the synagogue (and its Jews) existed happily, undisturbed, in Cairo, in the midst of the Islamic world.

So, maybe the original Jews were a group of Arabs.

This would explain why Hebrew and Arabic are nearly identical languages.

This would explain why the Hebrew and Islamic religious traditions are very similar.

And, it would also explain why Jews turned up in Spain with the Arabs (Moors).

Another couple of points:

It should also be noted that a few Jewish scholars (in particular, Solomon Zeitlin) have long insisted that the Dead Sea scrolls were a Medieval production. [Zeitlin was a well-known Talmudic scholar and would not claim this unless convinced it was true.]

Internal evidence from the scrolls themselves indicates a Medieval production. See, here.

And, the fact that many scrolls are written on vellum (90% of them) proves these are indeed a Medieval production.

It is estimated that 20 people occupied the site of Qumran (estimated by the number of inhabitants for whom there was room in the buildings). Now these 20 people were not just ordinary people, they read and wrote Greek, Phoenician, Aramaic, Nabataean, and Hebrew documents, like natives, and managed to write learned works on numerous religious topics (about 900 manuscripts were "recovered"; about six hundred separate works), while gathering enough water, and raising enough food, for their survival, in a desert.

Some have tried to claim that as many as 200 lived at Qumran, but most have considered that number ridiculously high.

Anyway, I think it is clear that the Dead Sea scrolls are a bunch of old documents that have been thrown together and sold to a gullible world.

http://www.preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1176

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Golden Showers Slack Jack Fri, 03/30/2018 - 02:10 Permalink

@Slack Jack. One way to classify similar cultural or "ethnic" groups is through language and language families. So Indo European would include Root Sanskrit, ancient greek, farsi (Persian = Iranian), Romance languages including of course Cyrilic from Greek in Russian, and of course English. Israel uses a Semitic language, kind of an abjad similar and close to Arabic, hence the relationship and closeness of culture and ethnicity with Northern Africa and ARABS excluding what is today Shiah Islam (Iran) and including Palestine Arabs (which is pretty fucked up as we all know too well). This excludes Basque, Hungarian, Finnish, and far west pockets of Siberia.

Also you may well consider that Jews, kicked out of Spain for example in the 15th century, would go underground and pretend to accept Catholicism, say, or Islam, say, or whatever culture they were attemting to survive and "Gladio". Subsequently funny things like the Jesuite order pop up, or the Rosicrucians, or Speculative Freemasonry, etc. This is absolutely why so-called secret societies through the centuries lived and worked within the local mileau taking the dress and customs of the host nation and why today they purvey the patent plan of multiculturism for everyone esle but not for Israel.

While it can be argued that Khazarian non Jews in fact have usurped the relatively benign orthodox Jews and beat them in the streets of Israel as you may find on Youtube, the dubious Nation State of Israel since it's inception through the Balfour declaration is but a creative fiction and promiscuous parasite upon the world nowadays. So if I may: Let me ask you this. Forget diacritical marks and look at the facts: 1. Israel is a created nation state that speaks Suni Arab language family Semitic Abjad whereas 2. Iran, Shiah muslims, whom are not in Europe to any extent whatsoever as Muslim Refugees or North African fake shit [especially non Afghan niggers (Afghannis are white)] speak Indo European and are the most hated and feared enemy of the fake Jew non-othodox pretender Balfour Khazarian Gypsy bullshit people whom ever lived. Those are facts.

Are you an archaeologist? Are you a linguist? Are you a philologist?

Dead Sea Scrolls written in Mostly Hebrew, but also aramaic, Greek and Arabic. Well, is the Rosetta Stone false because it was written in Egyptin proper and demotic and Greek?

The one thing you can do at home for free is get that different language families are different. That culture exists through it's language and some shit is important enough to translate. And to me; from translating from one language family into another is to adapt and use one "culture" or one "cover" for another as obviously fake Khazarians do and have done, and it's well documented. However you turn it upside down and perhaps you should start with evidence and facts before you act the fool and waste lines of hypertext to talk about Archaeology that you deny but have no factual framework to support.

Also grow a bag of nuts. Grow up. Just because you're the one gullible guy who thinks the DSS are a hoax does not make or mean the rest of the world is wrong. You know what? Every time I see one person who wants to tell the rest of the world they are wrong without factual historical reasonable evidence I basically think you're the one who is fucked up. 'Cause it's never about you. It's always everyone else who has a problem. And since I know you can read this language and everyone else here can read English, an Indo European language that goes back to sanskrit and even fucking INDIAN proper (like the continent) but not hebrew (some of you step in and shine) Go fuck yourself Slack Jackoff. You have lived up to your name.

If I could get a sprinkle emoji, aw, nevermind.

Fuk you tard.

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urhotdogs Slack Jack Fri, 03/30/2018 - 09:18 Permalink

My favorite sites in Israel are all the ancient "Palestinian" cities and "Palestinian architecture in and around Israel.  I also enjoy reading about the history of the "Palestinian" migration from Mecca to their new holy land, "Palestine" and their founding of their new holy city, Jerusalem, where 10s of thousands of Muslims visit to worship every year.  The best historical sources of information regarding all this are of course, the koran and the bible, where "Palestine" and the plight of the "Palestinian" people are mentioned throughout both books.  If you look close enough, there may even be a mention of the parting of the Dead Sea so they could complete their journey.  If only Chareston Heston was still around to bring this enlightening story to the big screen.  It also reminds me so much of the story about the "parting of the Atlantic" so the Europeans could stake out a claim to "America" and the holiest of cities, Washington DC.

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NiggaPleeze philipat Thu, 03/29/2018 - 21:29 Permalink

Today is post-day for the resident Hasbara Tyler (bracketed language added, idiot propaganda highlighted in bold/italic):

Of course, Israel has had no qualms about admitting it launched about 100 [ILLEGAL] air strikes on Syria over the past five years, targeting Hezbollah terrorists ...

... warning that Israel does not rule out that that the Islamic Republic will continue to try to attack Israel [ ATTACKS HAVE ALL BEEN ONE-SIDED: WAR CRIMINAL ISRAEL ATTACKING IRAN (AND EVERYONE ELSE IN THE AREA) ].

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Meanwhile, if Israel is looking for a military conflict spark, whether legitimate or "false flag", it may get this opportunity as soon as tomorrow, when the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas is reportedly planning a mass demonstration along Israel's border on Friday ...

According to the [ ULTRA-NEO-CON] Washington Free Beacon, following a recent military exercise described by observers as "unprecedented,"

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Slack Jack ShakenNotStirred Fri, 03/30/2018 - 05:59 Permalink

ShakenNotStirred: I have slightly altered the section you found fault with:

Hitler was the same. Hitler was actually a Jew.

1) Hitler ordered the tanks to stop for 3 days near Dunkirk when only a short distance away. This allowed the entire British army and part of the French army to escape to Britain.

2) Hitler refused to take Gibraltar and turn the Mediterranean into a "German lake". There was nothing to stop the Germans from driving through Spain (their ally) and doing the job.

3) Hitler declared war on the United States.

4) Hitler refused to allow the tens of thousands of tons of weaponized nerve gas that the Germans had produced (at Dyhernfurth an der Oder) to be used. Over 500,000 artillery shells and about 100,000 bombs filled with nerve gas were found in their storage areas (mainly at Krappitz = Krapowice) at the end of the war.

5) Hitler refused to conquer Britain. After Dunkirk, Britain was totally defenseless.

6) Hitler refused to authorise the production of jet fighters. The Heinkel He 178 had its first successful flight in 1939, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler showed no interest in it. The fighter version, the Heinkel He 280, was successfully demonstrated on April 5, 1941, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler refused to put it into production. Hitler wasn't interested in a plane that could travel a couple of hundred miles per hour faster than the others. Same story with the Messerschmidt jets.

7) Jewish financiers gave billions to finance Hitler's rise to power.

8) Only the Nazi's attempted to kill Hitler. The Americans, British and Soviets made no attempt to kill Hitler. It is known that the British refused to allow a number of feasible assassination plans to proceed.

9) An article from "The Jewish World" tells us that Hitler and Goering, have close relatives living as religious Jews today. Namely,

Hitler's nephew's grandson,
Matthias Goering, the great-nephew of Hermann Goering, and
Katrin Himmler, the great-niece of Heinreich Himmler, married an Israeli.

http://ou.org.s3.amazonaws.com/pdf/ja/5766/summer66/11_17.pdf

10) In 1932 the Jewish genealogist Karl Friedrich von Frank published Hitler's family tree. It was pointed out (June 16, 1932, in the newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung) that the name Salomon, which came up repeatedly in Hitler's maternal line, was unlikely to be Aryan. On July 14, 1933, the newspaper Osterreichisches Abendblatt published photographs of graves of various Hitlers from Jewish cemeteries and mentioned a cookbook written in Hebrew by Rosalie Hitler. Also, a number of Jewish families, surnamed Hitler, officially applied to have their names changed due to Hitler's (supposed) antisemitism. [Hitler's Vienna by Brigitte Hamann]

Learn from the past to prevent war in the future.

http://www.preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=1174

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jefferson32 NiggaPleeze Fri, 03/30/2018 - 05:00 Permalink

Niga: also hasbara Tyler refers to Hezbollah resistance fighters as “terrorists”. Edit: ok I just realized you had noticed that too.

 

This is also a good time and place to be reminded that John Bolton is chairman of the neocon thinktank “gatestone institute” that Tyler features quite often here on ZH.

 

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/biography/John+R.+Bolton

 

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philipat Kassandra Fri, 03/30/2018 - 01:37 Permalink

So long as the Israeli F-35"s fly around Syria (where Russia has deployed its latest jet fighters) they should be OK because Iran doesn't yet have much in the way of fighter jets. Hence the "deployment" of the F-35. It might, however, be deploying the S-400 system so those "stealthy" F-35's need to be a little careful because long-wave radar renders "stealth" meaningless?

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thisandthat JSBach1 Thu, 03/29/2018 - 19:02 Permalink

(This news)

Riiight... because Russian radars that can detect US f22s in Syria, somehow can't detect Isreally f35s... hmm... wonder if they got this "news" from debka, aka doubtya...

The way to detect "stealth" planes is not even secret; it's known since Yugoslavia, all the way back in the 90s, when the physicist behind it, Piotr Yefimseev, found out what the yankees want him for, and publicly divulged it: have radar emitters and receivers placed at different locations... or just use scan frequencies outside the "stealth" range, because "stealth" is only effective within specific and finite frequency ranges.

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HalEPeno Conscious Reviver Thu, 03/29/2018 - 22:31 Permalink

Gee is there no end to the depth of your pathetic ignorance...No I guess not.

Ever actually been to the west bank or Gaza...No I thought not.

B4 you ask,  I have and I am not Jewish.  I've seen Arabs beating dogs to death.  Their women afraid to look a stranger in the face or they'll be beaten or killed. Secretly admitting that the worst thing that could happen is Israel actually being destroyed since the only jobs or justice are in Israel.

 

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zimboe Generation O Fri, 03/30/2018 - 04:58 Permalink

A Palestinian ratbag shot RFK in the kitchen (Which hurts like hell) to punish USA for supporting Israel. The result? we got President Nixnerk.

Soooo, therefore...

  Fuck Palestine. And their goatwives*.

Fucking tent-dwelling unbathed nomad mutts. Fucking fly-magnets.

Eff'em.

 

 

*They'll need a big engagement ring to fit over the hoof.

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