Sunday, November 22, 2009

Do They Suspect Something?

Two Stories of Note!

Iran to Hold Drill to Protect Nuke Sites

Iranian state TV is reporting that the country will begin large-scale air defense war games Sunday aimed at protecting nuclear facilities against any possible attack. Gen. Ahmad Mighani, who heads an air force unit dealing with threats to Iran's air space, said the war games will cover regions where Iran's nuclear facilities are located, according to the report.
The official IRNA news agency said the drill will cover 600,000 square kilometers in central, western and southern Iran.
In related news, Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency said his nation needs enriched uranium to power some 200 hospitals and insisted "guarantees" were needed before they could consider a storage deal with Turkey.

Lebanon Army Chief Calls for High Alert

Lebanese Army commander Gen. Jean Kahwaji instructed his troops to raise the level of alert along the border with Israel in preparation for an attack planned by "the Israeli enemy", London-based Alquds Alarabi reported on Saturday. In a statement published ahead of Lebanon's independence day, which will take place on Sunday, the Lebanese military chief called for "greater vigilance" on the border "to counter the planned attacks by the Israeli enemy against the homeland."
All the available options must be used to address Israel's violations of the country's sovereignty "land, sea and air," Kahwaji said.
He asked the army to stand by the Lebanese people "to support their steadfastness on their land" and stressed Lebanon's right to the "liberation of its land still under occupation in the Sheba Farms, and the villages of Shuba and Ghajar."

Makes you wonder if Israel's neighbors have picked up the Bible. The fact that Israel will subdue its enemies has ALREADY BEEN WRITTEN. Keep your eyes open!

Jimmy Root Jr
Author: Distant Thunder Book One of the Lightning Chronicles

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