Here we have Hassan Nasrallah, Head Hezbollista, saying that the road to Jerusalem passes through Syria.
The road to Jerusalem passes through Qalamoun, Daraa, Hasakeh and other [Syrian battlefields],” Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said Friday in a speech delivered on the occasion of Quds Day, an event created by Iran in 1979 to celebrate opposition to Israel.
The line echoed then Palestine Liberation Organization deputy chief Salah Khalaf’s famous statement during Lebanon’s 1975-1990 Civil War that “the road to Jerusalem passes through Jounieh,” in reference to the organization’s fight at the time with Christian militias.
Interesting. The war in Syria and Iraq is between Iran and the Sauds, or between Shiite and Sunni (as Allah intended), so that’s a shot across the bows of the Arabian peninsula.
“If you are an enemy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, then you are an enemy of Palestine.”
Makes me think that the Arabian peninsula has more to fear from an Iranian nuke than Israel.
Nuking Israel means Israeli nukes making the return trip with no guarantee that Israel will actually be nuked, via missile defense, while it would be much easier to sneak an ‘other-than-missile’ nuke into ‘Saudi’ Arabia, via the Hajj.
The unintended consequences could be interesting as Obama allows the nuking of the various, Arab thugocracies while not getting the country he hates the most in the region, Israel, nuked.
I base this thought on his incompetence, he can’t even betray our allies well, and on how Islamic terroristical nutjobs hate the wrong type of Islam even more than they hate the rest of us.
Since the oil ticks have been busily bribing retired bureaucrats and pols of both parties for decades, he’s going to piss off his party and the federal bureaucrats who are his staunchest supporters all while trying to screw that shitty, little country.
And you thought nukular war couldn’t be funny.