January 13, 2017
What are these Kikes up to?
In the final days leading up to Trump’s inauguration, it feels like time is going by in slow motion. Seemingly anything could happen.
These Jews are panicking, and no one knows what they could be capable of when they feel cornered like the rats that they are.
Syrian state news agency SANA says Israeli jets have bombed the Mezzeh military airport west of Damascus, accusing Tel Aviv of supporting terrorism. The airport was rocked by multiple explosions, with ambulances rushing to the scene.
The Syrian Arab Army has warned that there will be repercussions for Israel for the “flagrant attack” on the military base, state TV said, citing a Syrian army command spokesman. It also linked the alleged strike to Israel’s “support of terrorist groups.”
We still don’t have third-party confirmation of the attack, so it wouldn’t be prudent to say that this happened with 100% certainty. However, the Syrian government doesn’t have much incentive to be lying about this, at least at this point in time.
They’re winning the war, and a friendly regime is coming into power in the United States.
— Lizzie Phelan (@LizziePhelan) January 12, 2017
The army said several missiles were fired at the Mezzeh airport’s compounds from the Lake Tiberias area in northern Israel at about 12am Friday. The strike reportedly damaged one of the compounds of the crucial military facility.
The Mezzeh airport is located west of Damascus, just 5 kilometers from the Presidential Palace, the official residence of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
— Guy Elster (@guyelster) January 12, 2017
Israeli media is claiming that this bombing was due to Hezbollah storing munitions at the airport, which may or may not be true.
BREAKING: Military airport near Damascus bombed. Suspected holding ammunition depots for Hezbollah. Syrian media attribute to Israeli jets. pic.twitter.com/HK9Zdhe2sb
— Israel Breaking (@IsraelBreaking) January 13, 2017
It might simply be that they’re upset about the prospect of the war ending.
There have been no casualties reported.