The Algemeiner: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Tuesday to discuss ways to stabilize the Middle East and to halt the shipment of Russian-made S-300 missiles to the Syrian army, despite reports that they had already been delivered.
The two leaders were set to discuss the delivery of the advanced S-300 Missiles just as reports surfaced that the missiles had already been delivered by Russia to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s army.
Israel media was reporting Tuesday that according to the London-based Arab paper Al-Quds Al-Arabi, the missiles are in Syria and under Russian supervision, but not yet operational.”
Opinion: Rumors of war. The S-300 missile has deadly accurate range up to 125 miles putting Tel Aviv in the crosshairs. On May 10, Bashar Assad said that he was ready to give Hezbollah everything. “We have decided that we must move forward towards them and turn into a nation of resistance like Hezbollah, for he sake of Syria and future generations.”
Psalm 83:1-8 is the perfect description of a proxy war. The 7 nations are currently without nuclear weapons while Israel is whispered to have over 200 nuclear warheads pointing at every ME capital.
None of the Psalm 83 attackers are able to take on Israel without tremendous support and firepower:
Syria, Gaza, Lebanon, Sinai and northern Iraq are currently being armed by Iran and Russia.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt are financed and armed by the US.
Jordan buys arms from the US and UK.