Skip to comments.Amir Tsarfati update on the Middle East, Feb 21
Posted on 02/22/2018 1:46:50 AM PST by firebrand
Starts with Syria's ongoing massacre of its own people outside Damascus.
Followed by an excellent clarification of events between the various forces in the Middle East right now.
Some comments on the Palestinians and Egypt's role in all of this. Turkey's conflict with everyone, including Greece.
As an old friend of mine once said, "At the dawn of recorded history, the Middle East was at war."
Amir is now in talks for a radio show and a television show. The Lord seems to be giving him an even greater platform for his teaching.
I recommend Amir to everyone with an interest in these things. His grasp of events in the middle east are the keenest I’ve heard, and according to a Messianic Jew who I highly respect, so is his grasp on theology.
His father, Hafiz Assad, taught his son ALL he knew. He massacred. He was the Genghis Khan of the middle east.
The report the story is based on is from the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group.
In Amir's opinion that last item could be the red line that Israel refuses to let Hezbollah (Iran) cross and if so could be the thing that sets off the Ezekiel 38 war.
Continue in your work, says Amir, as God's plan is played out.
Please see new report from Amir directly above.
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Wall Street Journal had a story of the Damascus suburb attacks by Syria on its own people, photo on front page, story later, also an editorial, all on Feb. 23.
New York Times just did one today, Monday, Feb. 26-—saying attacks were increased on Sunday, so it sounds as if they right on top of this news.
More on the media coverage of the attacks by Syria on its own people in the Damascan suburb of Ghouta:
The Times feels OK about simply quoting the UN’s top human-rights official, who says that the five voting members of the Security Council of the UN are to blame, without pointing out that it is China and Russia that have been voting not to condemn the bombing in Ghouta.
Over the weekend, on Saturday, there was a cease-fire resolution voted on unanimously by the Security Council. But apparently there are loopholes—bombing of terrorists is fine—that allow the massacre to continue.
France has proposed that it not be allowed to allow atrocities, for whatever good that is going to do, and Britain has supported the French proposal. More may have happened since the Times went to press last night.
At last this horrible mass slaughter is getting some attention. People are suffering what appears to be the effects of chlorine gas, many children among them (video on CBS).