Israeli War Planes Destroy Syrian Missile Defense Shield

After Israeli war planes came under fire by Syrian anti Aircraft fire Israel retaliated by destroying the Missile defense system of the Syrian Arab Army. According to the IAF Israel was flying over Syria in routine reconnaissance when they encountered the attack by Syrian ground forces. This comes just before President Putin is scheduled to visit Israel. The Russian President has been hard pressed in balancing his relationship with Damascus and with Israel. Putin realizes Israel’s concern over weapons being smuggled through the war torn region and  falling into the hands of Hezbollah is a major concern for the safety of Israel. However, without cooperation from Putin, Israel’s defense against Hezbollah would not be possible. How long will Putin be able to balance his relationship in the region is yet to be seen but one cannot ignore the Biblical prophecy of Amos that seems to be ready for fulfillment.

I will break also the bar of Damascus, and cut off the inhabitant from the plain of Aven, and him that holdeth the sceptre from the house of Eden: and the people of Syria shall go into captivity unto Kir, saith the LORD. Amos 1:5

8 thoughts on “Israeli War Planes Destroy Syrian Missile Defense Shield”

  1. I feel sorry for all people and war torn countries, but it is biblical prophecy that Israel will not ever see piece until the true inheritors are living in the land. Until that prophecy is fulfilled, there will be war after war after war after war in the MIDDLE EAST AND ISRAEL ESPECIALLY.

  2. Israel and Putin need to collaborate and make a safer environment. Both Israel and Russia have funded and utilized heavy vehicles in the Syrian region. It’s time to brush up on my Biblical prophecies. It’s eerie how close Amos’s words are reality.

  3. Question, I believe the Holy Spirit share this with me. Israel will be resurrected as Yeshua was when the time matches His resurrection He was raised on the third day. A day to God in like a thousand years. Are we getting close to three thousand years? I was wondering if other people wondered this. Hmmmm.

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