While we're all gearing up to watch tonight's presidential debate here in the States, Hezbollah is gearing up for what would be an unprecedented escalation in its jihad against Israel. Here's more, from The Blaze:
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Call it bravado, wishful thinking, or truly based in reality, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah is again firing off a threat that the Lebanese-based terror group plans to one day invade northern Israel and successfully capture the Galilee.
In a new interactive infographic the group posted online called “Galilee, Where the Next Confrontation with the Enemy is!” the group states invading the Galilee is its goal should Israel attack Lebanon.
Hezbollah’s virtual tour includes the “most significant Palestinian cities” [which are in fact northern Israeli cities] – Haifa, Acre, Safed, Tiberias and Nazareth – while it surveys the Galilee’s geographical attributes, including “water riches,” “shrubs and forests” and “moderate weather.”
It also labels these sites as the “next war’s potential targets:” IDF outposts, the Haifa port and oil refinery, and tourist sites. The infographic’s coup de grace is its “glimpse into anticipated scenario for confrontation” which shows arrows pushing Hezbollah forces south, appropriately painting a swath of blood red over the entire territory of northern Israel.
War is coming to the Middle East thanks to Israel's enemies' desire to wipe the Jewish State off the map. Those same enemies consider America the Great Satan. Yet the Obama administration has, shamefully, thrown Israel under the bus.
It's a theme Romney should re-visit again and again. Not only is it true, it has profound implications for our national security. Oh, and by the way: Hezbollah is here, too.