“Our Lady told me many things that I can not yet reveal. For now I can only hint at what the future holds, but I do see indications that the events are already in motion. Things are slowly starting to develop. As Our Lady says look at the sign of the times and pray. Only when the things contained in the secrets start to happen will the world understand why she chose March 18. The significance of the date will be clear. “…Mirjana My Heart Will Triumph
On March 17, 2017 Isreali jets attacked Syria. Stunned at Israel’s aggressive action, on March 18, Russia summoned a top Israeli diplomat to Moscow to express displeasure with Israel regarding the volatile incident.
With war ready Russian Jets on Syrian land, Israel responded to Russia’s lecture by saying to the world: “The next time the Syrians use their air defense systems against our airplanes, we will destroy all of them without thinking twice, – Avigdor Lieberman, the defense minister, told public radio.
According to an Israeli newspaper, Russia then sent a clear message to Israel “The fact is that the Israeli ambassador to Russia was summoned for a conversation with the Russian Foreign Ministry and was told categorically that this game (freedom to act in Syria) is over.”
Immediately following the hostilities in Syria, members of the United Congress, on a national stage – The Comey Hearings – said repeatedly that Russia’s “hacking” of the US election was “an act of war.”
Given the mass hysteria in American media over all things Putin and Russia, who can deny that in the very near future if Russia responds militarily to an Israeli military operation in Syria that events could quickly spin dangerously out of control. And with respect to Catholic prophecy, it is worth noting that this entire power keg, the focal point of potential war involving Russia, Syria, The United States and Israel – rest nervously in the Holy Land
The Russian government summoned the Israeli ambassador to explain his country’s air raids in Syria, the Guardian has learned.
The summons of Gary Koren was made on Friday, and has been confirmed by Russia’s foreign ministry. Israel’s man in Moscow was asked to defend a recent firefight between Syrian government forces and Israeli jets. Mikhail Bogdanov, the Russian deputy foreign minister, said his government had “expressed concern”.
Russia is militarily involved in the country, backing President Bashar Assad in the ongoing civil war; according to Channel 2 in Israel, an Israeli strike in Syria last week hit close to Russian forces.
In 2016, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin were observed forging closer diplomatic ties.
On Sunday, however, Israel’s second-ranking official threatened to wipe out the air force of Assad, Moscow’s ally.
“The next time the Syrians use their air defense systems against our airplanes, we will destroy all of them without thinking twice,” Avigdor Lieberman, the defense minister, told public radio.
Lieberman, traditionally a hardliner, said his country’s core objection to Assad is Syria’s partnership with the powerful Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, which backs the Damascus government along with the Kremlin and Iran.
“Our central problem, and this above and beyond all of the other issues, is the transfer of advanced weapons from Syria to Lebanon,” Lieberman said. His country fought a war against Hezbollah in 2006, Israel’s second formal armed conflict with Lebanon.
“Every time we identify a transfer like this, we will work to prevent the transfer of game-changing weapons. On this issue there will not be any compromise,”Lieberman pledged.
Bashar al-Jaafari, the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations, insisted on Sunday that the military response was appropriate, and “in line with Israel’s terrorist operation.”
The ambassador said the Kremlin’s meeting with Israel was a stern reprisal. He said that Putin had communicated, as far as Israeli involvement in Syria is concerned, that the “game is over.”
“Putin sent a clear message,” Jaafari said on Syrian television. “The fact is that the Israeli ambassador [to Russia] was summoned for a conversation only a day after he submitted his credentials [to the Russian Foreign Ministry last Thursday], and was told categorically that this game is over.”