Donald Trump’s promise to nullify the Iranian nuclear “deal” put in place by former President Barack Obama is now complete, and, in its freshness, has yet to reveal the full scope of the maneuver.
While we all know what it says to the world, (namely that the U.S.A. is playing this globalist game any longer), but how will the shoes drop in regard to our allies around the planet? In particular, there are concerns regarding Israel – an ally that Donald Trump boldly bolstered by announcing plans to relocate the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Now, with a looming conflict in Syria between the two, how will Iran and Israel behave?
It seems as though we have our first glimpse at the newly reconfigured arrangement as we speak:
As President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday, Israel put itself on “high alert.” And there’s a scary reason why: It’s possible Iran will retaliate against Israel with military force after Trump’s decision.
Before Trump’s Iran deal announcement, news broke that Israel had moved to safeguard the Golan Heights — the territory between northeastern Israel and southwestern Syria — to defend against a possible Iranian attack. (Iran has proxies and troops in Syria to help Bashar al-Assad’s regime stay in power, which puts them uncomfortably close to Israel.) Israel even opened up bomb shelters in the area to keep citizens safe.
Tensions are elevated because Israel and Iran are in the middle of fighting a shadow war in Syria. Israeli jets continually bomb Iranian military locations in Syria and have even killed Iranian troops.
If a full scale attack on Israel occurs, there is little hope of avoiding World War III in earnest, no matter how many times the liberal left gathers to sing Kumbaya or scream at the sky.
Reporters embedded in Syria are now reporting some terrifying news.
Syria said Israel carried out an attack on a military base south of Damascus on Tuesday, which was used by Iranian forces. According to reports, Israeli fighter jets entered Syrian airspace and struck Iranian missiles aimed at Israel.
The military said it identified what it said was unusual movements of Iranian forces in Syria. The military believed those forces were preparing for an imminent retaliation against Israel.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Israeli military ordered communities in the Golan Heights, bordering with Syria, to open public shelters. Intelligence officers and other specialized forces have been called up, though reserve combat units have not been drafted. Israeli military bases were preparing for a possible Iranian attack.
This certainly sounds like the opening salvo of something far more serious to come.