Hezbollah missile strikes IDF vehicle near Israeli base on Israel-Lebanon border

Al-Manar, a Hezbollah-affiliated TV channel, has released footage of a missile strike on an Israeli military vehicle near IDF’s Avivim military base on the Israel-Lebanon border. The video shows two Kornet anti-tank missiles fired from different positions and narrowly miss the vehicle which then led to massive artillery fire in retaliation. IDF reported no casualties in the incident. Tension has run high on the border since a drone attack on a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut last week which could be conducted by IDF.

H/T M.

A short video on the Islamic leftist protests against AIPAC 2019

Once again, @AmyMek suffered through hours of tedious and hate filled video of Islamic antisemitism, thinly bearded as political action against Israeli lobbyists.

This is a 2:20 second distillate of this protest against AIPAC 2019, with solid research showing who the leader of this event is, and what his ambitions and preferred methods really are.




Report: Israel gets ready for ‘short, sharp war’ against Hezbollah


TEL AVIV, Israel, Dec. 19 (UPI) — Israeli generals are preparing for a decisive — and probably brief — war against Hezbollah, one of Israel’s most implacable foes, with plans to smash the Iranian-backed Lebanese movement’s military power, a study says.

The Israelis’ primary objective will be to eradicate Hezbollah’s reputedly massive arsenal of missiles and rockets “for years to come,” the report by the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies in Tel Aviv said.


Recent arrests in Quebec and Hizb’allah activity

There are certain specific methods that Iran’s proxy army and terrorist group, Hizb’allah (‘party of god’) have been using for some time to raise cash for their operations world wide.

I hope to be able to post an interview with a well known expert on this exact subject within a couple of days. Meanwhile, have a look at the following links all from within the last 36 hours or so from Quebec, keeping in mind that Hizbollah is an Iranian terrorist organization that funds its activities with credit card fraud, drugs, counterfeiting and not just cash (which they do a lot of) but even of prescription medications which they distribute world wide including a very popular (older) one used to treat ‘hyper-kinetic children’ among other things.

First, the arrest yesterday of an Iranian ex-pat who already spent 10 years in a Canadian jail for drug offenses, and then was arrested yesterday for attempting to board an aircraft with all the components of an explosive device including bullets and some as-yet unnamed powder.

Now, this string of busts today in Quebec:

‘God of Death’: Prosecutor Drops Bombshell Revelations About Alleged Ex-Hezbollah Commander Recently Arrested in Texas

H/T Richard

The Blaze

Bombshell Revelations Revealed About Alleged Ex Hezbollah Commander Arrested in Texas

Counterterrorism officials on Wednesday revealed stunning details about 44-year-old Wissam Allouche, an alleged former Hezbollah commander who was arrested in Texas after being indicted on charges of not disclosing his affiliation with terrorist groups.

During Allouche’s bail hearing in San Antonio Wednesday, the prosecution said the FBI recovered documents they claim he fabricated to falsely show he had security clearances. It was also alleged that Allouche tried to “hook up” with women at Fort Sam Houston to possibly to gain access to sensitive material, MySanAntonio.com reports.

And that’s not all.

As previously reported by TheBlaze, Allouche was arrested last week for failing to disclose his membership in the Amal militia and Hezbollah in Lebanon in the 1980s and lying about issues concerning his marriage to a U.S. citizen. He is also charged with failing to disclose his ties to the terror groups when he applied for a Defense Department position that required security clearance.

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Rockets hit Hizb’allah in Lebanon, probably fired from Al Qaeda in Syria

NY Times:


Two wounded men were treated on Sunday by their friends after two rockets hit their houses in Beirut.

Published: May 26, 2013 at 6:00 AM ET

BEIRUT — A pair of rockets slammed into a car dealership and a residential building in strongholds of Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia in southern Beirut on Sunday, wounding four people and raising fears that Syria’s civil war is increasingly spreading into Lebanon.

Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines.

Lebanon’s sectarian divide mirrors that of Syria, and Lebanese armed factions have taken sides in their neighbor’s civil war.

There was no claim of responsibility for Sunday’s attack. However, a Syrian rebel commander threatened earlier this week to strike against Hezbollah strongholds in retaliation for the militia’s military support for Syrian President Bashar Assad. Hezbollah is a Shiite Muslim group, while most of the rebels are Sunnis.

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Hezbollah says Syria to supply ‘game-changing arms’


An image grab from Hezbollah's al-Manar TV shows Hassan Nasrallah, the head of Lebanon's militant Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, giving a televised address from an undisclosed location on May 9, 2013 in Lebanon. Syria is to supply Lebanon's Hezbollah with "game-changing weapons" despite Israel's air strikes reportedly aimed at cutting off the flow of arms, Nasrallah said.An image grab from Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV shows Hassan Nasrallah, the head of Lebanon’s militant Shiite Muslim movement Hezbollah, giving a televised address from an undisclosed location on May 9, 2013 in Lebanon. Syria is to supply Lebanon’s Hezbollah with “game-changing weapons” despite Israel’s air strikes reportedly aimed at cutting off the flow of arms, Nasrallah said.

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H/T Richard

Syria says Damascus targeted by fresh Israeli strike

Times of Israel:

State TV reports military site on outskirts of capital hit by Israeli rockets; IDF declines to comment; Hezbollah claims Israeli plane shot down; Jerusalem reportedly hit Iranian missile shipment in Damascus on Friday

Syrian state television reported Israel struck an area near Damascus early Sunday morning, the second such strike reported in as many days.

The report, cited by Reuters, claimed Israeli rockets hit a military research site on the outskirts of the capital, and smoke could be seen rising from the area. The Jamarya site was the same one reportedly hit by Israeli planes in January.

By and May 5, 2013, 3:17 am

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The video below seems to be related but also seems to be filmed by Hawaiians as the people keep saying something about, “Aloha Achba” or something very much like that.

Also, Israel confirms airstrikes against Syrian weapons

Report: Israel Bombed ‘Game-Changing’ Weapons Going to Hizbullah

Israel National News:

Israeli source confirms rumors that Israel bombed weapons headed for Hizbullah.

First Publish: 5/4/2013, 9:14 PM

IAF plane

IAF plane
Israel news photo: Flash 90

Israel bombed a weapons shipment headed for Hizbullah on Friday, an Israeli source confirmed Saturday. The source spoke after American media outlets reported the strike.

Israel has not officially commented on the alleged strike.

A diplomatic source in Lebanon told the AFP news agency that the operation destroyed surface-to-air missiles recently delivered by Russia that were being stored at Damascus airport.

The Israeli source confirmed that the strike targeted “game-changing” weaponry, but not chemical weapons.

Lebanon’s army said pairs of Israeli airplanes entered Lebanese airspace three times overnight. The first two entered over the southern city of Sidon at 7:10 PM (1610 GMT), followed three hours later by a second pair that entered over Jounieh north of Beirut, a statement said.

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Obama: Israel Justified in Stopping Weapons Transfer

Israel National News:

US President says Israel is justified in preventing Hizbullah from obtaining advanced weaponry.

First Publish: 5/4/2013, 10:49 PM
U.S. President Barack Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama
AFP photo

Israel is justified in protecting itself from advanced weapons shipments to Lebanon-based militant group Hizbullah, United States President Barack Obama said Saturday, the AFP news agency reports. Obama spoke following reports that Israel had bombed a weapons shipment bound for Hizbullah.

Obama joined Israeli officials in declining to comment on the reported strike, saying he would let Israel “confirm or deny whatever strikes they have taken.”

“What I have said in the past and I continue to believe is that the Israelis justifiably have to guard against the transfer of advanced weaponry to terrorist organizations like Hizbullah,” the president told Spanish-language Telemundo television during a trip to Mexico and Central America.

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