The Israeli authorities have warned Hezbollah not to target is nuclear facilitiy near the town on Dimona.

Israel and Iraninan-backed Hezbollah battled to a stalemate during a month-long war in the summer of 2006. The war broke out after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers. The conflict killed 1.200 Lebanese and 160 Israeli’s before ending in a UN brokered cease-fire.

The Israeli-Lebanon border has remained mostly quiet since the 2006 encounter. Since 2011 the IDF has mostly concentrated its military assaults on Syria, to cut off Hezbollah supply lines from Iran. If Israel continues to attack Syrian civilian infrastructure, eventually Hezbollah will react and launch a deadly counter attack.

For now ISIS is doing the job for the Zionist entities, destroying Syrian water supplies, agricultural projects, grain silo’s, oil refineries, villages and towns leading to a massive deportation of Syrian civilians into refugee camps in the region.

Russia started to mingle in since October 2015, damaging ISIS terrorist strongholds across the country, liberating Aleppo that served as the U.S.-coalition headquarters in Syria to launch attacks on the Syrian army and infrastructure.

The last confrontation between Russia and Israel was during the 1967 War, between Israel and its Arab adversaries Egypt, Jordan and Syria. At that moment in time Israel was developing nuclear weapon facilities. The American president, Kennedy was against the Israeli nuclear project, but failed to stop the Jews from building its deadly facilities.

Russian bombers were scheduled to attack the Israeli nuclear facilities, but the IDF destroyed all Egyptian airbases and thereby avoided the Russian warjets to complete their military mission. Now, 50 years later the show seems to go on in the Middle East. The outcome can not be predicted, but an all out war between parties involved looks to be inevitable.

Jerusalem Post / AA Magnum News 2017.

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