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Friday, June 07, 2013

The Russians Might Be Coming, The Russians Might Be Coming!

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Debka: Putin Offers Russian Troops in Lieu of Austrian Golan Peacekeepers

Just 24 hours after Austria decided to withdraw its 380-strong contingent from the UN force policing the Golan separation zone, President Vladimir Putin stepped forward Friday, June 7, with an offer of a Russian force to take its place on the highly sensitive Syrian-Israeli border. Thursday, two peacekeepers were injured by falling ordnance from a battle between Syrian and rebel troops around Quneitra.

debkafile: The Russian president saw his opportunity to pluck the fruits of Moscow’s success in backing the Syrian-Hizballah forces’ advances in major battles against rebels, notably at al Qusayr, and position Russian troops face to face with the Israeli army. They would constitute a barrier against any military intervention being mounted against the Assad regime from Israel.

UN Deputy Spokesman Farhan Hak said: "The UN would welcome Russia’s contribution to peacekeeping efforts in the region."

Our military and intelligence sources doubt whether the Israeli government will be enthusiastic about Russian troops policing the Golan sector separating Israeli and Syrian forces. Jerusalem may be expected to seek advice from Washington in order to get the Russian contribution disqualified on the grounds that Moscow can hardly claim to be a neutral party when it is so heavily committed militarily to one side of the Syrian conflict.

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4. Some of the Russian contingent may be assigned to gather intelligence on Israeli military movements in the north of the country. There is no way to stop them handing those secrets over to the Syrian and Hizballah.
The Malbim on Sanhedrin explains that Gog Umagog will be a war between the strongest at sea (represented by the Livyatan), which is America (the male) and England (the female) against the strongest on land (represented by the Shor Habar), which is Russia (the male) and Germany (the female) and this war will be close to Yerushalayim.  (See more about these designations of countries on his Hidushim to Perek Hasefina [which continues on for a few pages].)

UPDATE:  The UN said that it cannot accept the offer due to longstanding agreements.

8 Comments:

At Fri Jun 07, 09:27:00 PM 2013, Blogger 10rainbow said...

G-d bless israel. thanks yy. i had just read it, and the UN although would be happy, but it legally cannot be done. "By Louis Charbonneau and Alissa de Carbonnel
UNITED NATIONS/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The United Nations said on Friday it could not accept Russia's offer to replace peacekeepers from Austria in the Golan Heights because an agreement between Israel and Syria bars permanent members of the Security Council from the U.N. observer mission.
The United Nations expressed appreciation for the Russian offer, made on Friday by President Vladimir Putin after Austria said it would recall its troops from a U.N. monitoring force due to worsening fighting in Syria." link: http://news.yahoo.com/un-says-cant-accept-russias-offer-golan-troops-180834021.html

its mind boggling that putin can even let such a though go thro his mind. in all the world upheaval, my only consolation is that for fact we know Hashem Rules and everything that happens is in His control, Only.
thanks. i really look forward to reading your updates. blessings.

 
At Sat Jun 08, 04:25:00 PM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

NATO has not yet tussled with the Russians (Meshech/Tuval) over Assad using nerve gas in Syria. Once they are all together in Syria, after fighting each other, will the bands of Gomer (Germany, France, and Turkey) be united with the Russians. Plus Vlad is not Gog. Vlad is like a vampire who brought his entire entourage to the Kotel for a tour at 2am in the middle of the night on his last state visit to Israel. I am sure he made it back to his hotel room before sunrise. First he talked to a Russian Yid for about a 1/2 an hour about the importance of the Temple Mt. at 2 am. That was on his last official visit to Israel. We missed the Gog lead invasion in the previous Shmittah cycle. Shame on us. This one will likely include a similar list of nations with Sammy (Samech Mem) Power writing the invasion resolution at the UN Sec. Council. It will be all nice and legal when it occurs. I don't see American troops being a part of this, just the US not exercising its veto at the UNSC making it all legal.

 
At Sat Jun 08, 04:42:00 PM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Plus, America is represented by Lady Liberty. America is NOT a male. And Germany is the Fatherland with Amalek at its heart, NOT a female.

Russia is also Mother Russia, but is often brutal like a male. So Russia can go either way. Anyway, Chodesh tov. This should be a bizarre month.

 
At Sun Jun 09, 12:47:00 AM 2013, Blogger yaak said...

R' Dov,

The Malbim says explicitly that originally, Germany was the male while Russia was the female. Also, originally, England was the male and America was the female. However, the nations then switched in his day.

Notice how post-czarist Russia and America never had a female leader, while England had the iron lady and Merkel is Germany's current leader.

 
At Sun Jun 09, 01:50:00 AM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Well, just had a brainstorm this morning. Put (not Putin) is listed in Yechezkel as one of the nations that join it with Russia and NATO. Put in antiquity was in what is today Libya, Tunisia, and Algeria?? Was not Benghazigate about transferring arms from the overthrow of Khadaffy to the Syrian rebels via a Turkish middleman surreptitiously?? Is not the Al Nusra Front in Syria fighting Assad composed of a large chunk of Libyan terrorist types who murdered the American Ambassador and 3 other Americans on September 11th, 2012?? So in order for these rebels to join in on the invasion of Israel, the war between them and Assad MUST be completed first.

 
At Sun Jun 09, 02:04:00 AM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

In the list Persia is easy to figure out, but Kush if difficult. Kush might be all or part of sub-Saharan Africa, or it might be Pakistan. I am sure there are Somalis there amongst the rebels, but there might be Pakistanis too.

 
At Mon Jun 10, 05:34:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

pieces ending in נל"ד are NOT from the malbim.

 
At Mon Jun 10, 05:47:00 PM 2013, Blogger yaak said...

Anonymous, thanks for letting me know. Please explain: Who is it from and what does the acronym stand for?

The one on p. 358 of the PDF has the נל"ד. The other ones from p. 419 and 356 do not have it. I would assume that those are from the Malbim. Do you agree?

 

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