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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 6:09

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Article publié le 05 Août 2008
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 6:15

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Article publié le 05 Août 2008
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Very Happy t'en fais pas cher Samy, moi non plus je n'avais pas fait attention à la date, mais je me rappelais bien que l'assassinat du General Souleiman s'etait fait en 2008. On disait meme que c'etait un sniper du Kidon israélien qui reussit a loger la balle et ce étant sur un bateau qui navigeaient pret des cotes syriennes, mais c'est presque impossible d'effectuer un tir pareil vu l'impossibilité d'anticiper le mouvement de l'eau dans du bateau, celle du vent en pleinne mer, ... Bref Smile !!

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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 20:19

J'ai visité la semaine dernière l'ambassade Syrienne sur Paris ..
Bon état déployable manque de fond sans doute de l'ambassade, et les services secret Syriens sont sur les dents, j'ai eu du mal a ressortir.. Shocked

C'est juste pour dire qu'ils sont sur les dents.
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 20:36

Younes a écrit:
J'ai visité la semaine dernière l'ambassade Syrienne sur Paris ..
Bon état déployable manque de fond sans doute de l'ambassade, et les services secret Syriens sont sur les dents, j'ai eu du mal a ressortir.. Shocked

C'est juste pour dire qu'ils sont sur les dents.

Ils l'nt toujours été a ce que je sache, vu que leur pays est toujours consideré comme en état de guerre contre Israél.

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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 20:40

Boomer a écrit:
Younes a écrit:
J'ai visité la semaine dernière l'ambassade Syrienne sur Paris ..
Bon état déployable manque de fond sans doute de l'ambassade, et les services secret Syriens sont sur les dents, j'ai eu du mal a ressortir.. Shocked

C'est juste pour dire qu'ils sont sur les dents.

Ils l'nt toujours été a ce que je sache, vu que leur pays est toujours consideré comme en état de guerre contre Israél.
Oui, mais il leur manque la manière. Les Américains te scannent sous tous les angles, mais avec le sourire. La seule fois que j'ai eu affaire à des officiels syriens, non seulement on ne s'entendait pas, je ne parle pas chami et je refuse de l'apprendre, mais en outre, ils sont d'une rare impolitesse Evil or Very Mad
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 21:02

Exactement sammy.
Pour l'anecdote, j'ai effectué une visite des sous terrains du bâtiment, une fois en bas une très odeur d'humidité et de peinture fraiche vous fouette littéralement les voies respiratoires drunken immédiatement par mesure de sécurité j'ai fais un pas en arrière pour laisser les officiels syriens devant
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 22:03

Pour l'ambassade, je crois que je ne vais même pas pensé le nez a l'intérieur...
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Lun 15 Nov 2010 - 2:46

on se demande à quoi fait référence le chef des renseignements militaires Israeliens AMAN, parle-t-il des pantsyr-S ou autre chose non anoncée.....

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In his farewell briefing to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, Tuesday, Nov. 2, departing Israel Military Intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Amos Yadlin listed the threats to Israel as headed by Iran. But he warned that Syria is buying advanced Russian self-propelled air defense missiles with long-range optical and targeting ranges that would encumber the Israeli Air Force warplanes' freedom of action in an emergency.

"We used to calculate that in just 48 hours we could wipe out enemy anti-air systems. Now things have changed and we could be thrown back to [the "days of] "the Canal."
(debkafile's military sources say "the Canal" is a shorthand reference to the War of Attrition Egypt waged against Israel after the 1967 War fighting with Russian-manned air defense missiles and Russian-piloted planes deployed on the Suez Canal to down Israeli warplanes. The late Air Force chief Ezer Weizman spoke of "the missile which bent the IAF's wing.")

Syria while snapping up every advanced piece of war hardware coming off Russian production lines, also continues to arm the Lebanese Hizballah, said the AMAN chief. Although Iran's Lebanese surrogate has the resources for hitting Tel Aviv, its leaders are afraid of Israel because they know the price that would be exacted from them and have not forgotten the real lessons of the Second Lebanon War of 2006.
Referring to Hizballah's threats of dire consequences if the Special Lebanese Tribunal incriminates its officials for the murder of former prime minister Rafiq Hariri, Yadlin said: "It is a disaster for Hizballah's image and for Lebanese stability. Should Hizballah resolve to conquer the entire country, it could do so within hours because Lebanon does not have a single military force capable of standing up to them."
Iran, said the intelligence chief, is constructing another two nuclear facilities although its plan to build another eight has been slowed down by "technical problems." Tehran will soon have accumulated enough fissile material to build two bombs. International sanctions are however biting harder than Tehran is willing to admit, especially since Russia and China have taken a hand in the penalties. Today, the ordinary Iranian has to pay more for water than he does for oil.

Maj. Gen. Yadlin makes way for his successor Maj. Gen. Avivi Cochavi after five years.

Regarding the lessons Israel has drawn from the 2006 war, the IDF Tuesday unveiled a series of logistical and technological improvements.
The process of mobilizing reserves has been cut down from a day and-a-half of an hour and-a-half; solar energy will replace electricity and fuel-powered apparatus in the new military tent bases. Members of the Yahlom, the Engineering Corps special unit will be supplied with special ventilators for their work in subterranean sites in case of accidents - Hizballah bunkers in Lebanon and Hamas tunnels snaking under the border from the Gaza Strip. Food rations will include goulash, Indian shwarma and meat balls and chocolate snacks. With the addition of water, they are suited to any field conditions. The individual soldier will be outfitted with better equipment, lighter helmets and flak vests and orthopedic boots
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MessageSujet: Re: Israël/Syrie   Sam 10 Déc 2011 - 20:53

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Israel and Syria brace for regional war between mid-Dec. 2011 and mid-Jan 2012

he actions and words of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Syrian ruler Bashar Assad in the last 72 hours indicate they are poised for a regional war, including an attack on Iran, for some time between December 2011 and January 2012.
In their different ways, both have posted road signs to the fast-approaching conflict as DEBKAfile's Middle East sources disclose:
1. Saturday, Dec. 3, Syria staged a large-scale military exercise in the eastern town of Palmyra, which was interpreted by Western and Israeli pundits as notice to its neighbors, primarily Turkey and Israel, that the uprising against the Assad regime had not fractured its sophisticated missile capabilities.

DEBKAfile's military sources advise attaching more credibility to the official Damascus statement of Sunday, Dec. 4: "The Syrian army has staged a live-fire drill in the eastern part of the country under war-like circumstances with the aim of testing its missile weaponry in confronting any attack."
Videotapes of the exercise, briefly carried on the Internet early Monday before they were removed by an unseen hand, support this statement. They showed a four-stage exercise, in which missile fire was a minor feature. Its focus was on the massive firing of self-propelled 120mm cannon, brigade-strength practice of 600mm and 300mm multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), offensive movements of Syrian armored brigades backed by ground-to-ground missiles with short 150-200 kilometer ranges. They drilled tactics for repelling enemy reinforcements rushed to combat arenas.
All this added up to is an impressive Syrian demonstration of its ability to ward off an attack on Syrian soil by turning a defensive array into an offensive push for taking the battle over into the aggressor's territory, whether the Turkish or Israeli armies or a combined Arab League force backed by NATO.
2. Israel made its rejoinder to the Syrian war message 24 hours later.
Addressing a ceremony honoring the memory of for Israel's founding father David Ben-Gurion, Netanyahu recalled how 63 years ago, Ben-Gurion declared the foundation of the State of Israel in defiance of pressures from most of Western leaders and a majority of his own party. They warned him that he would trigger a combined Arab attack to destroy the fledgling state just three years after the end of World War II.

But fortunately for us, said the prime minister, Ben-Gurion stood up to the pressure and went through with his decision, otherwise Israel would not be here today.
"There are times," said Netanyahu, "when a decision may carry a heavy price, but the price for not deciding would be heavier."
"I want to believe," he said, "we will always have the courage and resolve for the right decisions to safeguard our future and security."
Although he did not mention Iran, it was not hard to infer that the prime minister was referring to a decision to exercise Israel's military option against Iran's nuclear program in the face of crushing pressure from Washington and insistent advice of certain Israeli security veterans.
Defense minister Ehud Barak, who was standing behind the prime minister's shoulder, was as tense as a coiled spring.
3. Six hours later, Netanyahu dropped a bombshell on the domestic political scene: He announced his Likud party would hold elections, including primaries, before January 31, 2012 - two years before schedule and a year before Israel's next general election. As head of one of the most stable and long-lived coalition governments ever to have ruled Israel, he is under no pressing domestic need of a demonstration of leadership at this time.
4. In the last two weeks, the Netanyahu government has been subjected to acerbic criticism on the part of one Obama administration official after another. They have presented Israel as having fallen into the hands of right-wing extremists who are engaged in a mad race to suppress the judiciary and diminish the civil rights of women and children – not to mention Palestinians.

Secretary of State of Hillary Clinton went to unimaginable lengths when she likened Israel to Iran because fringe ultraorthodox group's in a couple of suburbs in Jerusalem and Bnei Brak were fighting for gender segregation on public transport against the government and the courts.
She was clearly aiming to undermine the Netanyahu government's democratic credentials - and therefore his moral legitimacy - for going to war to halt Iran's attainment of a nuclear weapon.
4. The unusually powerful US and Russian naval buildups in the waters around Syria and Iran.
Washington sought in late November to give the impression that the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group was anchored off Marseilles, when it was spotted in the eastern Mediterranean opposite Syria.
Moscowthen rushed to Syria's defense by airlifting 72 anti-ship Yakhont missiles (Western-coded SSN-26) to Damascus. These water-skimming weapons can hit naval targets at a distance of 300 kilometers.
After that the Bush, whose freedom to approach Syrian or Lebanese shores, had been curtailed by the new weapon reaching Syria, departed to an unknown destination, while the USS Carl Vinson strike group took up position opposite Iran.
Moscowis also playing hide and seek with its only air carrier Admiral Kuznetsov. It was announced that the vessel would set sail for the Mediterranean on Dec. 6. But on Nov. 25, it was sighted passing Malta and chugging past Cyprus four days later on its way to join the flotilla of three Russian guided missile destroyers already anchored off Syria.
Neither the United States nor Russia would have concentrated two powerful fleets in the proximity of Syria and Iran unless they were certain a military conflagration was imminent. While any of the prime movers, Washington, Moscow, Tehran, Israel or Bashar Assad, may at the last moment step back from the brink of a regional war, at the moment, there is no sign of this happening.

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