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  • The Scriptorium

    8/20/2008

    Israel sees ‘theater of conflict’ emerging as Russia boosts military ties with Syria

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 4:00 pm

    More than ever before, it’s looking like prophecy is soon going to be fulfilled with a war in the Middle East involving Russia and Israel’s Arab enemies. Start looking up folks! The time is near.

    JERUSALEM – Israeli security officials have confirmed fears in Jerusalem that Russia may spark a Cold War-like military build up in the Middle East by sending war ships and advanced weaponry to foe Syria.

    Syrian President Bashar Assad arrived today on a two-day visit to Moscow, where he will reportedly discuss with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev ways to expand military ties with Moscow, whose arms sales to Mideast countries, including Syria and Iran, have angered Israel and the U.S.

    In a widely-circulated article, the London Times reported today Russia is expected to propose a revival of its Cold War-era naval bases at the Syrian ports of Tartus and Latakia on the Mediterranean. Moscow maintained bases in Damascus during the Cold War, but Russia’s influence in the region weakened after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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    Obama Adviser Urges Damascus to speed up talks aimed at Israeli retreat from Golan

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 12:50 pm

    We march ever closer toward the Middle East war that will usher in the Tribulation, and one of Obama’s top advisers recently exposed Obama’s eagerness to help that along. In a visit to Syria, Obama’s advisor, and one of Israel’s greatest foes in Washington, Daniel Kurtzer urged Syria to speed up negotiations that would see Israel giving away the Golan Heights. The President of Syria is in Russia today discussing military cooperation with Moscow, a country that has recently threatened nuclear war against it’s neighbor Poland, and the Democratic candidate for President is trying to speed up the transfer of the same Israeli territory Syria used to attack Israel twice before. Kurtzer is likely to become the Illinois senator’s envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian issue, so there’s no question Obama would fast track the Democrat’s anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian policies and land give aways, if he wins the presidency. Democrats never learn from history.

    A key foreign policy adviser to Sen. Barack Obama has traveled to Damascus where he reportedly urged Syrian officials to fast-track negotiations with Israel, it has emerged.

    Both Israel and Syria announced in May they were holding indirect talks aimed in part at an Israeli evacuation of most of the Golan Heights, which looks down on Israeli population centers and twice was used by Damascus to mount ground invasions of the Jewish state.

    The talks have been progressing at a very slow pace, with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Russia today discussing military cooperation between Damascus and Moscow.

    But Daniel Kurtzer, a top adviser to Obama on Israeli-Palestinian affairs who visited Syria last month, reportedly has offered Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem some advice.

    “I urged him to move ahead in the Israel-Syria negotiations as much as possible so that whoever is the next president would not start from too far down the track,” Kurtzer disclosed yesterday in an interview with the New York Sun.

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    Russia warns of response to US missile shield

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 12:30 pm

    Russia continues to threaten not only her neighbors, but the United States in response to an agreement to extend the missile defense system to Poland. I don’t know how Russia could possibly think it’s helping itself by ruling out diplomacy, and threatening to attack Poland with nukes. It’s bellicose threats only serve to make its leaders look like stark raving lunatics, and make even the pacifist, anti-American enablers in Europe wary of taking their side. Whatever their reasoning, it’s clear that the Cold War is back on, and it’s more important than ever to elect a U.S. President that has the experience and the backbone to handle such threats.

    Russia says its response to the further development of a U.S. missile shield in Poland will go beyond diplomacy.

    Russia’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying the U.S. missile shield plans are clearly aimed at weakening Russia.

    The U.S. says the missile defense system is aimed at protecting the U.S. and Europe from future attacks from states like Iran.

    The United States and Poland signed a deal Wednesday to place a U.S. missile defense base just 115 miles from Russia’s westernmost fringe.

    THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.

    Read the AP’s previous reporting on Russia’s threat of nuclear war against Poland here.