Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Israel's Dilemma with Iran's Nuclear Facilities/ Isaiah 17

  Iran Tests Advanced Missiles, Threatens Israel
by Maayana Miskin Iran Fires off Missiles, Threats

Iran fired some of its most powerful missiles on Monday as the Revolutionary Guard concluded two days of war games. Among the missiles tested, according to Iranian state media, were the Shahab-3 and Sajjil.

Both missiles have a range of more than 1,000 miles, and are capable of hitting Israel, Europe, and United States military bases.

On Sunday, the Revolutionary Guard fired a number of short-range missiles. Military leaders said they had also tested a multiple missile launcher for the first time, and had successfully fired two missiles at once.

The announcement of the two-day war games, which began Sunday, was made at the same time as Iranian leaders admitted the existence of a covert uranium enrichment site. “Allah willing, this plant will be put into operation soon, and will blind the eyes of the enemies,” the Supreme Leader's Office said in an official announcement."  From Arutz Sheva

  I just read an article about the options Israel has with regard to Iran. 
  1. An airstrike, which would not do away with the nuclear facilities, and it would endanger Israeli pilots
  2. Using nuclear force, which would endanger Iran's civilian population
  3. Praying for a miracle 
This is from Isaiah 17:1 "The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap." I opt for a miracle from God, who prophesied Damascus' (Iran) destruction in more than one place in the Old Testament.
Baruch atem b'Shem, Yeshua

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