Skip to comments.Agency: Syrian Army Destroys Israeli Armoured Vehicle Violating Country's Border
Posted on 05/21/2013 4:46:51 AM PDT by Fennie
The Syrian army destroyed an Israeli armoured vehicle that violated the country's border, Syrian agency SANA reported on Tuesday with reference to the Armed Forces Command.
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Color me skeptical. Sounds like made up B.S. for domestic consumption.
I just went to the Israel National News web site and they reported that there was a vehicle damaged but it was not destroyed and that no one was injured. They also reported that the IDF response had a direct hit on the location from where the attack originated in the Golan Heights.
this is a very good thing.
Bingo... I guessed it before I read your post!
I am wondering if the Syrian Army was taking “credit” for an attack perpetrated by Hezbollah from the Golan?
I can follow the logic of your thought. However, Israel’s Defense Minister did confirm this latest military action.
Post and run much?
Beware of propaganda from the other side.
The Syrian army on Monday displayed an Israeli-made Jeep it said was captured from a rebel organization during recent battles for control of Qusayr, a Syrian city near the Lebanese border. Damascus claimed the vehicle was proof of Israeli and U.S. aid to the Syrian opposition.
There has been no confirmation from the Israeli side that an armoured vehicle was destroyed. Israeli media report that a vehicle was hit by small arms fire and that they (the Israelis) returned pinpoint fire on the site that shot at them. They used a domestically produced missile to silence that Syrian point. Repeat, no sign that Israelis suffered a major hit with loss of life...this is true for the moment.
I would like for you to read my postings. The information I have provided is at the Israel National News Agencies web site. Its there where I found out no Israeli vehicle was destroyed, that no Israeli’s were injured, that the Syrian site was destroyed and that the Defense minister did comment on this newest episode.
Armored vehicle? A horse covered by a blanket?
Yes we are in agreement. That includes Israel only negotiating from a position of strength.
I don’t know but I do know that whoever fired upon them are now with satan.
Point well taken.
Yeah, like that was a tough prediction to make.
Sounds like a refrigerator malfunction to me.
No arguments here, and I can appreciate the ‘in fighting’ between the different sects within Islam.
1) Dahr Al Hareb
2) Dahr Al Islam
Dahr Al Hareb (Hareb literally means sword) is a world of flux, incongruity and upheavel because not everyone is Islamic. Infidels are everywhere preventing the ideal world state where everybody is Islamic called, as above, Dahr Al Islam. A prefect world where everyone is Muslim.
Until that glorious epoch, Islam is at war (or on the sword) with everybody else including for some %$$@@@ -up reason, at war with their various sects as well.
The world is out of balance until we all accept Allah so there is no room for that magical word unknown to most Muslims and Arabs especially...here it is...wait for it...COMPROMISE!!
I would love to hear anybody out there reading this tract to contend with my basic premise. If somebody can “correct” me, I would be happy to listen...
That is one of the more interesting posting histories I've ever seen. Been here six years; posts new stories from a variety of sources on a variety of topics but never, ever comments. Strange behavior.
sunni/shia... both sides of satan’s coin. The only thing that stops them from killing each other is killing us or the Israelis.
What a brilliant observation and it added so much to the discussion.
You’re too kind.
Uh, no. Thanks Fennie.
Syria, Israel exchange fire on Golan Heights
Reuters) | Tue May 21, 2013 12:09pm EDT | Reuters)
Posted on 05/21/2013 9:33:34 AM PDT by BenLurkin
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