By E. Fudd
Exceedingly high Pentagon sources have confirmed that as many as 5000 elite Russian troops have overrun Israeli artillery and peacekeeping bases on the Golan Heights, using Sarin gas, barrel bombs and bunker buster munitions.
The use of cluster bombs, white phosphorous and other chemical weapons against military or civilian targets is illegal, according to the London based rights organization.
Russian troops with advanced armor began offloading last week from ships at the Tartus Naval Logistics Center, as part of the massive Russian military buildup, the Observatory said.
Russian sources, according to a Kiev news bureau, are setting up “free zones,” one on Golan and the other inside Turkey centered on the City of Hatay, headquarters of the moderate al Nusra peace foundation, an al Qaeda affiliate. Russian troops, tasked with setting up for refugees were shocked to learn that the Turkish army had trucked them all to the coast days before.
Today was meant to be a celebration in Hatay, the anniversary of the successful 9/11 protest held simultaneously in New York and Washington, back in 2001, according to SHRO sources.
Sources in Jerusalem tell us that Israel’s highways are filling with refugees while public transportation is at a standstill, buses and subway cars filled with the poor and crippled, many holocaust survivors, carrying kitchen knives and broken crockery, their few meager possessions.
According to the London based rights group, Israeli children are being issued tiny flotation devices in case Russians break through and, as so often predicted, Israel’s Jewish population is driven into the sea.
Sources near David Cameron’s highest advisors say that Britain will be issuing a strong protest to Moscow by Monday, Tuesday at the latest, maybe Wednesday but for sure, Friday September 18, 2015.
Sources in the Kremlin have already responded indicating: “We’ll come get the letter ourselves.”
About the Author: E. Fudd is a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute
(pwonownst “senior fwewow” at the “bwookings institute)