Russian Ambassador to Syria Alexander Yefimov on Thursday harshly criticized the recent string of alleged Israeli airstrikes in Syria, saying that they undermine joint Kremlin-Damascus efforts to stabilize the country, and even pose a threat to civilian air traffic.
His claims seem to contradict previous Israeli statements regarding ongoing security coordination and cooperation between Moscow and Jerusalem in the Syrian arena. As a reminder, following Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi last month, it was reported that the sides agreed that Israel could continue acting freely in Syria.
In an interview with Russian News Agency TASS, Yefimov noted that any talk about normalizing the situation in Syria would only be possible after the Bashar Assad regime can conduct full-fledged anti-terrorist activities throughout the country, without interference and obstacles from unfriendly external forces.
The Russian ambassador said that after the last terrorist strongholds were eliminated in the suburbs of Damascus in the summer of 2018, many aspects of life in the city had improved, but that it was too early to talk about completely returning to a peaceful existence. Read More @ Israel 365 HERE
“O mortal, turn your face toward Gog of the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. Prophesy against him” Ezekiel 38:2 (The Israel BibleTM)
Opinion: No more nice guy.
It began in July 24, 2021
“Putin steps away from deal with Netanyahu for a blind eye on Syria air strikes” Here
Moscow was seen taking a radical new course on Israel’s air strikes over Syria after the raid near Aleppo early Tuesday, July 20. First, its military for the first time revealed details of the Israeli raid and claimed as never before that Russian-made systems downed “seven of eight guided missiles.
It continued on August 2, 2021
“Putin Flexes His Muscles, Testa Israel’s new Government” Here
A more abrasive relationship could go beyond inflaming tensions with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett
Now threats come from Russian Ambassador to Syria Alexander Yefimov who harshly criticized the recent string of alleged Israeli airstrikes in Syria.
If not for one verse in Ezekiel 38:8 we could conclude that the Gog Magog invasion is eminent.
“After many days you will be called to arms. In future years you will invade a land that has recovered from war, whose people were gathered from many nations to the mountains of Israel, which had long been desolate. They had been brought out from the nations, and now all of them live in safety.”
There is one war in prophecy that involves all of Israel’s hostile neighbors, that is still future, that could fit perfectly, Psalm 83″
“Come,” they say, “let us destroy them as a nation,
so that Israel’s name is remembered no more.”
See more on Gog Magog and Psalm 83 HERE