While Washington is mesmerized by the soap opera surrounding adviser Steve Bannon's departure from the White House, tensions are rising between Israel and Syria amidst Damascus' major victories over ISIS. This week, Israel's Channel 2 showed a satellite photographs of an alleged Iranian missile plant, this one being constructed near Baniyas, under the umbrella of Russian air defense systems south of the Kheimmim air base in Latakia province. The plant is allegedly set to produce short to medium range surface to surface missiles of an Iranian design for the Syrian military and its ally Hezbollah, who are busy destroying Al-Qaeda remnants alongside the U.S.-backed Lebanese Army (leading the neocons to accuse the Trump Administration and State Department of indirectly aiding the Lebanese Shi'a paramilitaries). Such evidence is likely to be cited if Israel takes military action against Hezbollah in the coming weeks, to kick off the autumn war that RogueMoney's mentor W the Intelligence Insider has warned of for many months.
The Syrian Arab Army, meanwhile, is also demonstrating a growing competency in maneuver warfare after a Russian aided helicopter operation helped its soldiers liberate territories the size of Vermont and New Hampshire in recent weeks, encircling thousands of ISIS terrorists in the desert. Now after the liberation of Suknah, a key way point on the road to besieged Deir Ez Zor, and with U.S.-supported SDF Kurds quietly cooperating with the SAA, Daesh is at the end of its existence as a territory-occupying entity.Read More