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Wednesday, September 09, 2015

World's Largest Sub from Russia Crosses Dardanelles - Geula Connection?

Debka:
Russian nuclear sub Dmitri Donskoy Crosses Dardanelles

DEBKAfile September 9, 2015, 5:01 PM (IDT)

Military sources of DEBKAfile report that the Russian nuclear submarine Dmitri Donskoy TK-208, which is headed to Syrian territorial waters, crossed the Dardanelles Strait on Wednesday on is way to Syrian waters. The world’s largest submarine, accompanied by two anti-submarine warfare carriers, carries 20 intercontinental ballistic missiles and up to 200 nuclear warheads.

The sources report that military circles in Israel and other countries in the Middle East were surprised that the submarine has already reached the strategic strait linking the Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, even though it only departed from its northern base September 4. It had been estimated that the submarine would need at least 10 days to reach the Middle East.

On September 7, DEBKAfile’s sources were the first to report the submarine’s voyage.

I have many times discussed on this blog the following item:
We have a tradition from the students of the Gr"a in the (Vilna) Gaon's name: "If the ships of the Russian government will cross over the Bosporus Strait ([and] the "Dardanelles"), we need to wear clothes of Shabbat" to tell you that at that time, it will soon be the coming of Mashiah.
Here, we have the world's largest sub, which is Russian and used solely for military purposes, and armed with 200 nuclear warheads, crossing the Dardanelles.

And we see further from the article that it had Kefitzat Haderech too so that it reaches the Middle East during 5775, the year of "wars".

Could this be the fulfillment of this prediction?

11 Comments:

At Wed Sep 09, 03:12:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When Russian "Ships" Cross.
This is only 1 Ship.
1 more ship needed
to make it Ships.

 
At Wed Sep 09, 03:22:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, it's one submarine accompanies by 2 carriers

 
At Wed Sep 09, 05:52:00 PM 2015, Blogger Leah said...

I was looking at this and yes, it had accompanying ships- plural.

 
At Wed Sep 09, 08:55:00 PM 2015, Blogger Ronnie Rendel said...

How reliable is Debka? No one else had this story. The official Russian word is that the sub was deployed Sep 4 for war games in the white sea, in the north Atlantic. Very far from the Dardanelles.

 
At Wed Sep 09, 09:27:00 PM 2015, Blogger 10rainbow said...

debka is quite reliable in its news.
and there are other outlets which had the news.

http://www.trunews.com/russian-submarine-with-20-icbms-and-200-nuclear-warheads-is-sailing-to-syria/

http://warmonitor.net/news/2015/09/07/russian-submarine-hauling-nuclear-warheads-en-route-to-syria/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2188791/Russian-attack-submarine-slipped-past-US-Navy-patrolled-Gulf-Mexico-weeks-undetected.html

http://news.yahoo.com/syrian-official-says-russian-experts-expand-presence-124536285.html

 
At Wed Sep 09, 11:19:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do the first time cross over..?

 
At Thu Sep 10, 12:28:00 AM 2015, Blogger Neshama said...

Ever since I read this prophecy I have been waiting for this. May it be the fulfillment!
But now, the ME is shrouded in Hoshech!
Remember in Mitzrayim? And it is not to let up until RIGHT BEFORE ROSH HASHANA.

 
At Thu Sep 10, 03:25:00 AM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read the article. Three ships crossed over.

 
At Thu Sep 10, 08:57:00 AM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm asking again: Do they cross it over the first time? If not, as there's no prophecy fulfillment. leah

 
At Thu Sep 10, 04:55:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This time is real Leah, no jokes, russians there....

 
At Thu Sep 10, 08:55:00 PM 2015, Blogger Ronnie Rendel said...

I was referring to credible news sources, not warmongor.net

 

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