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« Reply #540 on: March 10, 2009, 11:32:23 PM »

Russia begins to capture new Arab arms markets
22/ 02/ 2009

MOSCOW, February 22 (RIA Novosti) - Russia is beginning to capture new arms markets of Arab countries that were earlier oriented to the West, the head of the Russian Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation said.

"Russia is beginning to enter new armaments markets where our presence was previously considered as hardly probable. In particular, some Persian Gulf countries, including Qatar and Kuwait, are displaying certain interest in the development of military and technical cooperation," Mikhail Dmitriyev said on the eve of an international defense exhibition opening on Sunday in the United Arab Emirates.

The Idex-2009 international defense exhibition and conference will take place in Abu Dhabi from February 22 through 26. Russian military systems and technology will be exhibited over an area of 546 square meters, including 84 square meters to be used to showcase the latest developments in Russian ammunition.

At the same time, Russia has signed and is implementing large-scale deals with Algeria, stepped up cooperation with Libya and Syria, he said. "We are switching to the establishment of partnership relations and cooperation within the general policy of developing and strengthening versatile contacts with the Arab and Islamic world."

Russia exported $8 billion worth of armaments and military hardware in 2008 and is planning to increase arms exports by 6% to $8.5 billion in 2009.

The most popular types of weaponry bought from Russia are Sukhoi and MiG fighters, warships, air defense systems, helicopters, battle tanks, armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles.

Russia exports weapons to over 80 countries. Among the key buyers of Russian-made weaponry are China, India, Algeria, Venezuela, Iran, Malaysia and Serbia.

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« Reply #541 on: March 10, 2009, 11:36:13 PM »

Saudi-Egyptian-Syrian summit in Riyadh Wednesday
March 9, 2009

The summit conference planned in Riyadh for Wednesday, March 11, between the rulers of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria - and possibly Qatar - may be the Obama administration's first Middle East breakthrough, according to Washington and Middle East sources.

Many hopes hang on this event.

The US president and secretary of state Hillary Clinton see it as ushering in the parting of the ways between Syria and Iran as a result of their overtures to Damascus.

From the regional perspective, it is meant to signal Syrian ruler Bashar Assad's reacceptance by the moderate Arab camp.

The Saudi King Abdullah and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak hope their meeting with Assad Wednesday will starting isolating Iran in the region and knock over the power bases it has built up in such places as the Gaza Strip.

They are optimistic, military sources report, because Saturday, March 7 Hamas began commandeering the mosques and charities owned by Jihad Islami, the Palestinian terrorist militia created and funded by Tehran. By Monday night, 80 of its mosques and institutions had been appropriated, ending the first day in weeks without Palestinian missile fire against Israel.

Official circles in Washington, Cairo and Riyadh read this crackdown as evidence that Damascus is willing to begin wresting the control of Palestinian radical organizations from Iran.

They also note that Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas leader based in Damascus, has been muzzled since his hero's welcome in Tehran. Downgrading Syrian ties with Iran's Lebanese proxy, Hizballah, would be welcomed too.

While optimistic, none of three partners can tell how far Assad will take his moves against Iran. They are not even sure if they are genuine or part of a sting operation with Tehran.

The outcome of the Riyadh summit and its aftermath are eagerly awaited for clues to the Syrian ruler's intentions. For now, the situation is delicate; the three or four summiteers have yet to fix a final date for their conference.
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« Reply #542 on: June 18, 2009, 09:36:20 PM »

Russia, China sign cooperation pact
Published: June 18, 2009 at 1:54 AM

China and Russia formalized their interest in forging a closer relationship Wednesday, signing a five-point statement on mutual cooperation.

The signing came during Chinese President Hu Jintao's three-day state visit to Moscow following the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit and the meeting of representatives of Brazil, Russia, India and China in Yekaterinburg in central Russia, the Chinese news agency Xinhua reported.

Hu and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev spent time exchanging views on major international and regional issues before reaching a broad consensus, Xinhua said.

With the two countries having worked out their border issues, the two leaders expressed their desire to maintain stability in the region. They also said the countries will work together to develop their energy industries and oppose global trade protectionism.

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« Reply #543 on: June 24, 2009, 11:46:12 PM »

Saudi King Receives Russian Presidential Envoy
June 23 2009

MOSCOW (AFP)--Saudi King Abdullah received a Russian presidential adviser and an official from the country's arms export company in Riyadh Sunday, the Interfax agency reported, citing the Kremlin press service.

Sergei Prikhodko transmitted a personal message from President Dmitry Medvedev, said the Kremlin.

With him was Alexander Saltanov, Medvedev's special envoy to the Middle East; and Anatoly Isaykin, head of Rosoboronexport, Russia's arms export service.

After a period of tension between the two countries, relations improved in July 2008 with the signing of a military cooperation treaty.

According to the Russian daily Kommersant, Saudi Arabia is mainly interested in buying Russian tanks and helicopters.

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« Reply #544 on: June 27, 2009, 12:36:24 PM »

Jeremiah to today's Israel: No 2-state solution!   

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Presently, there is an unprecedented push for peace in the Mideast. President Obama, Pope Benedict XVI, along with a significant host of other powerful world leaders, clamor once and for all for a two-state solution. They have heightened concern that the writing is on the 403-mile wall currently protecting Israeli's from Palestinian terror that a Middle East war is imminent.

As the clock rapidly ticks toward what will likely be the prophetic Psalm 83 showdown, Israel circles the wagons in preparation for a multi-front confederate conflict with its ancient enemies, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu loosens his grip from the thorny Obama olive branch of "Engagement."

Currently, the international prescription for two states comprised of Jews and Palestinians living autonomously and peacefully side by side requires Israel to destroy outposts, freeze settlements, forfeit land acquired after 1967, divide Jerusalem and allow Palestinian refugees to homestead the Holy Land. These refugees number in the millions, cannot obtain citizenship in the surrounding Arab nations and represent a second-generation population that hates and blames the Jews for their impoverished existence. The ploy of Israel's enemies has been to banner the plight of these Palestinians as the justification for Islamic jihad against Israel and her supporters.

It is quite apparent that the world has become empathetic to the Palestinian plight but apathetic to God's foreign policy contained in Genesis 12:3 and the one-state solution prescribed in Jeremiah 12:14-17. Genesis 12:3 bestows blessings upon those that bless the Israeli descendants of Abraham but conversely must curse those populations that oppose them. Jeremiah 12:15-17 follows stride by declaring that God would have compassion on the pro-Israel populations, but "will utterly pluck up and destroy" Israel's neighbors who fail to operate in compliance with God's roadmap for peace.

God's peace plan

The Bible foretold in Isaiah 11:11, Ezekiel 37:12, Deuteronomy 30:3-5 and elsewhere of a time when the Jews would be brought back into the Promised Land from the nations of the world. This regathering began 61 years ago on May 14, 1948, and is ongoing today. Possessing omniscient foresight, God foreknew that an Arab-Israeli conflict would erupt as a result.

Jeremiah 12:14-17 tells us that as the time drew near for the return of the Jews into Israel the landscape of the Middle East would undergo a geopolitical facelift as God intended to restore Arabs, Persians and Jews back into the historical homes of their ancestral heritages. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire in 1917, we see this turn of geopolitical events take place as one by one the Arab, Persian and Jewish states emerged.

Afghanistan 1919
Egypt 1922
Saudi Arabia & Iraq 1932
Iran 1935
Lebanon 1943
Syria & Jordan 1946
Israel 1948

Jeremiah's passages make it clear that God would import the Jews into Israel and export the Arabs and Persians out of Israel when the time came for the implementation of God's one-state solution. Jeremiah 12:14 refers to the Arab and Persian populations as "My evil neighbors who touch the inheritance which I have caused My people Israel to inherit," alluding to the Promised Land given to the Jewish Patriarch Abraham in Genesis 15:18. As stated prior, God intended to have compassion on those populations that would operate in compliance with His divine plan.

As I point out in my book, "Isralestine the Ancient Blueprints of the Future Middle East," many predominately Islamic populations will fail to comply. These nations and/or terrorist entities are described in Psalm 83 and Ezekiel 38 and include but are not limited to: Palestinians, Syrians, Hezbollah, Hamas, Iranians, Lebanese, Jordanians, Saudis, Egyptians, Libyans and Turks.

The Saudi peace plan

For even your brothers, the house of your father, Even they have dealt treacherously with you; Yes, they have called a multitude after you. Do not believe them, Even though they speak smooth words to you. (Jeremiah 12:6; NKJV)

In the above passage Jeremiah appears to issue a stern warning to the modern-day state of Israel not to believe the smooth words of the descendants of their ancestral brothers. Without going into a detailed Bible study, the abbreviated interpretation is likely as follows:

Tents of Edom - Palestinians, Southern Jordan
Ishmaelites - Saudi Arabia (Ishmael Father of Arabs)
Moab - Palestinians, Central Jordan
Hagrites - Hagarenes - Egyptians
Gebal - Hezbollah, Lebannon
Ammon - Palestinians, Jordan
Philistia - Hamas, Gaza Strip
Amalek - Arabs of Siani
Tyre - Lebannon, Hezbollah
Assyria - Syria, Northern Iraq

The subjects of the prophecy for the most part are the Jews, Saudis and Palestinians. The "brothers" of the Jews from the "house of" their Hebrew fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob were Ishmael and Esau. Ishmael was the half brother of Isaac, and Esau was the twin brother of Jacob. Jacob was renamed Israel in Genesis 32:28, and Esau was also referred to as Edom in Genesis 36:1, 9. Both Ishmael in Genesis 21:18 and Esau in Genesis 25:23 were promised to father nations. Ishmael is generally associated today with Saudi Arabia, and Esau with the Palestinians.

The "multitude" formed by the "brothers" Ishmael and Edom is most likely the confederacy tabled below contained in Psalm 83 that ultimately seeks to destroy the modern-day Jewish state, "that the name Israel be remembered no more" (Psalm 83:4).

The "smooth words" are deceptive and the Jews are cautioned not to trust them. They are likely penned in the Saudi Mideast peace plan initiated at the Beirut Summit of the Arab League in March of 2002. This Saudi peace initiative calls for a two-state solution that embraces and strongly favors the Palestinian plight. In a nutshell it requires Israel to withdraw from the territories acquired in the aftermath of the "Six-Day" war in June of 1967 to provide for the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital. Furthermore, it calls for the return of millions of Palestinian refugees into Israel. In return, Arab states, like those listed in Psalm 83, would establish normal relations with Israel.

Sounds pretty smooth on the surface, but in application it puts Israel in harm's way. Surrendering land like the Golan Heights would compromise Israel's security from external attacks, and assimilating refugees who hate Israel would subject the Jewish state to terrorism and turmoil from within. The bottom line is that the Arabs don't want peace with the Jews; they want another Arab state called Palestine and they feel the only way to ultimately achieve this goal is to destroy modern-day Israel. The Saudi two-state solution puts the enemies of Israel one step closer to the kill.

Jeremiah appears to be warning his descendant Jewish brothers and sisters of today to Say NO to the Saudi two-state solution!

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« Reply #545 on: October 27, 2009, 12:08:23 AM »

Ankara moves toward ‘privileged partnership’ with Moscow
22/10/09

Turkey, which has already announced its intention to hold a joint cabinet meeting with Russia similar to those recently held with Iraq and Syria, hopes to hold such a meeting with its Black Sea neighbor in early December.

“We have proposed a similar step [to the joint cabinet meetings with Syria and Iraq] with Russia, but there is nothing being implemented at the moment,” Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said last week before departing for a visit to Iraq, during which he and the nine ministers accompanying him held a joint cabinet meeting with the Iraqi government. Erdoğan and his Iraqi counterpart, Nouri al-Maliki, co-chaired the meeting of the Turkish-Iraqi High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.

Earlier last week, a ministerial-level meeting of the Turkish-Syrian High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council was held in the Syrian city of Aleppo and the Turkish city of Gaziantep. At the time, Erdoğan said an agreement to initiate a similar mechanism with Russia was signed when Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin visited Ankara in August, when Turkey and Russia signed about 20 agreements on cooperation in a number of areas, including, most notably, energy. “We will put into force a similar mechanism with Russia.”

The timing of the meeting planned to be held with Russia has been found particularly interesting as it comes just before a December summit of the European Council. Observers suggest that the planned meeting with Russia is a message to European Union members who offer a “privileged partnership” to Turkey instead of full EU membership. Turkey will show how a privileged partnership is constituted through the meeting with Russia, the same observers argue. Turkey firmly rejects any option that falls short of full EU membership.

The EU opened accession talks with Ankara -- an EU candidate since 1999 -- in October 2005, but they have been progressing slowly amid opposition from France and Germany. The unresolved Cyprus dispute and a slowdown of reforms in Turkey are other factors hampering the accession process.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are the most high-profile European politicians opposed to Turkey's accession. Sarkozy claims Turkey does not belong in Europe, while Merkel promotes privileged partnership, an option Ankara categorically rejects. In Berlin in May, Merkel and Sarkozy made a joint statement declaring that they shared a common position regarding Turkey's accession to the EU, in that it should be offered a privileged partnership, not full EU membership.

The first step toward holding a joint cabinet meeting with Russia was taken on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York in September, with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov responding positively to a proposal by his counterpart, Ahmet Davutoğlu. Moves to organize the joint meeting have been continuing since then. The meeting between Russia and Turkey is planned to be held at a ministerial level. Meetings with Iraq and Syria, on the other hand, are chaired by the prime ministers.

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« Reply #546 on: October 27, 2009, 12:11:08 AM »

Gül discusses Karabakh dispute with Medvedev
21 October 2009
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President Abdullah Gül had a phone conversation with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev about the situation in the Caucasus on Monday, sources at the Turkish Presidency announced.

President Gül reportedly asked Russian President Medvedev to boost efforts to solve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, a territorial dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

During the phone conversation, Gül asked the Russian president to accelerate the process to find a lasting solution for the Nagorno-Karabakh dispute, adding that the determinant actor in the South Caucasus is Russia. Presidential sources labeled the Gül-Medvedev talk a “long, comprehensive and useful conversation to make stability and peace in the South Caucasus dominant.”

Pointing to the troubled South Caucasus region, political commentators argue that even positive gestures could destabilize the region. Amid a growing crisis with Azerbaijan due to the Turkey-Armenia rapprochement, President Gül is working hard to push international actors to work for a solution to the problem.

While the process of the ratification of the protocols to normalize relations between Turkey and Armenia is in progress in both the Turkish and Armenian parliaments, President Gül also met with the Minsk Group's French, Russian and American co-chairs, who have striven for 17 years to solve the problem, during October to ask them to intensify peace negotiations to find a solution for the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

During the conversation, Medvedev and Gül also reportedly spoke of Turkish-Armenian relations, and Gül explained how the Karabakh conflict impacted relations between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey. “We need your support. We want you to continue your support of the preservation of the peace and stability in the region,” Gül said to Medvedev. In turn, Medvedev promised Gül that Russia would always support peace efforts in the region. Gül and Medvedev also spoke of the South Stream gas project, which is planned to transfer Russian gas under the Black Sea. Medvedev thanked Gül for allowing the use of Turkey's territorial waters in the Black Sea.

Gül also recently addressed the same issues while speaking with US President Barack Obama. In addition, during his visit to France Gül asked French President Nicolas Sarkozy to do what he could to accelerate the Azeri-Armenian peace process. “Solve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, and let's open the borders together. Let the honor of this be yours,” Gül was quoted as saying to Sarkozy. Süleyman Kurt Ankara

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« Reply #547 on: October 27, 2009, 12:12:40 AM »

Iran set for strategic cooperation with Turkey: official
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10-21-2009
10:07:47
News Code :8807-00025

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TEHRAN (ISNA)-Secretary of Iran's Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaie said the country is ready for strategic cooperation with Turkey.

In a meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Ankara, Rezaie said the plan of southwestern Asian region will play a strategic role in Iran-Turkey relations and improve peace and stability in the region.

Ahmet Davutoglu, on his part stressed expansion of friendly relations between the two sides over recent years and said, "Turkey as a bridge can connect Iran to Europe and that Iran is able to play an influential role in connecting Turkey to Central Asia."

He continued his country will support a plan to establish a new system based on Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO).

Rezai arrived in Turkey on Sunday evening. He also met Turkish President Abdullah Gul.

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« Reply #548 on: October 27, 2009, 12:17:11 AM »

Here is a map of what a Turkish & islamic union would look like.

http://www.discerningthetimesonline.net/turkish_islamic_union.jpg
Israel, look where she is located!!
Israel is about to being surrounded by enemies........ just as God said she would be.
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« Reply #549 on: October 31, 2009, 01:25:33 AM »

Thanks Brother!

We live in fascinating times, and I think we are watching the pieces of Bible Prophecy readied to fall into place. All will happen exactly like God said they would.
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« Reply #550 on: March 27, 2010, 12:05:36 AM »

Russian bombers 'intercepted in British airspace'
By Barry Neild, CNN
March 25, 2010 12:11 p.m. EDT

London, England (CNN) -- Rare photos of Russian strategic bomber jets purportedly intercepted in British airspace show Moscow's war machine is becoming increasingly bold, analysts said Thursday as Russia denied any territorial violations.

Britain's Ministry of Defence released images it said were taken earlier this month of two Russian Tu-160 bombers -- known as Blackjacks by NATO forces -- as they entered UK airspace near the Outer Hebrides islands off Scotland's northwest coast.

It said the March 10 incident, which resulted in crystal clear images of the planes against clear blue skies and a dramatic sunset, was one of many intercepts carried out by British Royal Air Force crews in just over 12 months.

"This is not an unusual incident, and many people may be surprised to know that our crews have successfully scrambled to intercept Russian aircraft on more than 20 occasions since the start of 2009," Wing Cdr. Mark Gorringe, of the RAF's 111 Squadron, said in a statement.

The RAF said two of its Tornado fighter jets from its base at Leuchars, on Scotland's east coast, were dispatched to tail the Russian Blackjacks as they approached the western Isle of Lewis.

"The Tornados shadowed the Russians as they flew south, then the Blackjacks turned north, just short of the Northern Ireland coast, and eventually left UK airspace," the statement said.

"After four hours, the Tornado crews stood down and returned to Leuchars."

Several of the images show the name Vasily Reshetnikov in Russian lettering near the cockpit of one plane. Reshetnikov was a celebrated Soviet pilot who fought on the Eastern Front in World War II.

Russian military authorities on Thursday confirmed their aircraft had been in the area, but denied any violation of British airspace.

"Our planes fly in strict accordance with the international rules government the use of airspace over neutral waters without violating the borders of foreign countries," Defense Ministry spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Vladimir Drik told CNN.

"The routine flights by the Tu-160 missile carriers took place in accordance with those conditions on March 10. They did not violate British airspace, and objective control materials confirm that."

Experts say regardless of the exact flight paths, the increased sorties by Russian aircrafts in international airspace show Moscow is flexing its muscles as it re-emerges as a global military player.

"Russia is now an oil exporting state so they've got more money to spend on their armed forces after the 1990s when they were bankrupt," defense analyst Tim Ripley told CNN.

Ripley said the increase in air activity began shortly before Russia's brief 2008 territorial skirmish with Georgia, but while it was a clear show of strength, it did not represent sinister intent.

While ties between Russia and the UK have been strained in recent years, Ripley said talks with Washington that look set to result in a new arms control deal were a clearer indication of Moscow's global military outlook.

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By the way there is video, on the news page of the intercept.
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