Russia and Turkey Move Closer to War with Assassination Ploy (updated)

Gordon Duff has been sharing some of his on the ground intel with us from the Syrian/Turkish/Russian quagmire. This update indicates the stakes are being raised:

An assassination list has been intercepted, a broad plot by Saudi Arabia and Turkey, to kill regional leaders in Iraq and Lebanon.  The purpose is to drive sectarian conflict and broaden those involved in a war they fear may actually end someday, something they see as a political disaster.

The list:

  • Druze leader Walid Jumblatt
  • Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasarallah
  • Iraqi Shiite cleric Muktada al Sadr
  • Former Lebanese Prime Minister (General) Michael Auon, a Christian

other names are being withheld…

The teams assigned were hired in Britain and are former operators for British and Israeli intelligence with well-established legends (identities).

The first stage in the attacks was to gain authorization from the US and Britain.  In order to authorize the assassination of Nasarallah and Sadr, it was necessary for the Gulf Cooperation Council to declare Hezbollah a terrorist organization.

With the Russian military grouping having already stabilized the situation in Syria and the Syrian Army well underway in a training and refitting schedule, and with clear Russian threats against Saudi Arabia and Turkey, there is increased desperation in both Riyadh and Ankara among the ruling extremist factions.

“Truck convoys with materiel and weaponry cross the border from Turkey to Syria round the clock. They are headed exclusively to areas controlled by al-Nusra Front and Ahrar ash-Sham terrorist groups,” Lt. Gen. Kuralenko, commander of the Hmeymim-based Russian center for Syrian reconciliation, told reporters.

“Artillery shelling of Kurdish militia units, fighting against Nusra Front, continues from the territory of a Turkish border post near Yanankey,” Kuralenko said, adding that these actions hinder the restoration of peace and reconciliation in the Aleppo and Idlib provinces.

There is also evidence of a serious split between Israel and their allies, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.  Israel has been vocal recently in their criticism of Turkey and has told the press of an attempt by the UAE to purchase nuclear weapons, seen by some as a “left handed” way of saying they already sold tactical nukes to Saudi Arabia, something we are told Netanyahu deeply regrets.

We have confirmation that Israel has a comprehensive security agreement with Russia which includes guarantees that advanced armaments will not be supplied to Hezbollah in return for Israel curtailing some activities which may or may not include their role in Yemen.

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