Hezbollah Establishes Military in Druze Golan

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BIN: Hezbollah is working on establishing military infrastructure in the Druze village of Khader in the Syrian Golan Heights, just across the border from Israel, it emerged this week.

The person behind the terrorist organization’s military buildup in Khader is none other than Mustafa Mughniyeh, the eldest son of Imad Mughniyeh, Hezbollah’s former military chief who was assassinated in February 2008 in Damascus in an operation attributed to Israel and the CIA.

A survey of the immediate border area doesn’t indicate anything out of the ordinary, but Israel has learned that Hezbollah has re-established its military presence in Khader, situated 3.5 kilometers (some 2 miles) from the Israeli border.  more …

Opinion: It never stops amazing me that a temple priest from 1000 BC knew that southern Lebanon would one day be inhabited:

Gebal, Ammon, and Amalek;
Philistia with the inhabitants of Tyre (ancient name for Lebanon).” Psalm 83:7

Notice the prophet grouped the Shia inhabitants of Tyre with Sunni armies:

  • Gebal – Northern Lebanon (Lebanese Armed Forces)
  • Ammon- Northern Jordan (Arab Army of the Hashemite Kingdom)
  • Amalek – Sinai – (Palestinians of the Sinai)
  • Philistia – Gaza – (Hamas)

And that’s not all:

“The tents of Edom and the Ishmaelites;
Moab and the Hagrites” Psalm 83:6,8

  • Edom – Palestinians of the West Bank
  • Moab – central Jordan (Arab Army of the Hashemite Kingdom)
  • Hagrites – Egypt
  • Assyria – Syria and Northern Iraq (Kurds)

Surrounded.

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Israel’s victories in the final wars will be progressively bigger and more spectacular so that God gets their attention to call them home (Ezekiel 39:28).

What is fascinating is that in the next war to follow, Gog and Magog, not one of the above Arab armies are listed in the attack, indicating a severe defeat giving Israel a false peace.

(See the reason for Israel’s false peace (Ezekiel 38:11) in the war of Gog and Magog here)

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  1. Great point! “Israel’s victories in the final wars will be progressively bigger and more spectacular so that God gets their attention to call them home.” That view isn’t posited that much but it makes sense, particularly in light of the fact that none of the Psalm 83 antagonists are participants in the Ezekiel 38 conflict.

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