On Thursday, December 17, while the Chief of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, was in Tel Aviv and during a stopover of a few hours with his Zionist counterpart, Kochavi, to discuss “the Iranian threat” and probably “possible ways to deal with it”, two explosions occurred in Haifa.
If it is true that the port has not ceased to be talked about, since August 4, when the US / Israel axis imploded the port of Beirut to first accuse Hezbollah and deprive it of its arsenal and then to take away from Lebanon the place of international maritime transit pole that belongs to it and which will make him, of synergy with two other countries of the Resistance that are Syria and Iraq, an unbeatable megalopolis, neither Milley nor Kochavi have preferred to withhold information of such great importance and directly related to a Haifa, a milliliter Zionist port that has, in a way, summed up all the targets of a successful ballistic strike against Israel: port facility, ammonia reserves. ..
Last July, during Milley’s last emergency visit to Israel, where he had gone to allay Tel Aviv’s fear of having to suffer Hezbollah’s retaliation for the martyrdom death of Kamel Mohsen killed in Damascus, the US high-ranking officer had not even deigned to go to the Northern Front to inspect the Zionist troops who were waiting and still waiting for the snipers and other Hezbollah commandos. He had gone to the Negev to inspect the site of the US THAAD missile batteries, a weapon that America hopes will help him in his naval standoff with China. Frustration then disputed him to anger, according to the Zionist press, within an Israeli army that blamed Milley for hiding him from “Iran and its allies”.
Today things are even worse, with Trump, the Zionist, on the verge of departure, and the Israeli entity exposed to imminent retaliation by Iran after daring to assassinate its nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh, near Tehran. Haifa has thus exploded twice in the midst of a media blackout because it is now up to Tel Aviv and Tel Aviv alone to manage and “defend” itself against Iran.
The official version of the Zionist media reported “an unusual malfunction” in the “Haifa refinery complex”, which allegedly caused “two torches to be lit” seen on the evening of Friday, December 17. But on closer inspection, it is much more than two torches lit. It looks like this British tanker, attack off the coast of Jeddah three days ago, an attack still unclaimed but which ended up suspending all activities of foreign firms including those of British and American in the second largest port of Saudi Arabia.
The Jerusalem Post reported the double fire preceded by an explosion according to eyewitnesses who said: “The malfunction in one of the complex installations caused the collapse of a gasoline production compressor, and an excess of gas that was emitted by the torches. This being the shocking sight shows two gigantic flames coming out of the flares resembling a chimney and emitting black smoke into the surrounding area”.
Then the newspaper, trying so hard to dodge the real problem, refers to lawyer Sarit Golan of the Union for the Protection of the Environment in Haifa who noted that “the alarming incident proves that the petrochemical industry must be moved elsewhere, as it presents dangers to the neighboring residential areas”.
But Master, this is more than just a danger to the residents! The war that is tightening more and more around Israel could simply begin in Haifa and, as the Secretary General of Hezbollah has stated on more than one occasion, this is where the Resistance’s “nuclear” bomb is located. A nuclear bomb that could be detonated not only by missiles of the Lebanese Resistance, which has thousands of them, as Zionist analysts keep repeating, as if to erase other aspects of the milliliter progress of the axis of the Resistance, under the eyes of the Zionists.
Who started the fire and how?
Barely ten days after the release of the images showing the mega infiltration of a Hezbollah drone during the Lethal Arrow military exercise in Galilee in October, a drone that could perfectly have been not reconnaissance but combat and acted not in a solitary way but in the context of a simultaneous attack, to target the command centers, the intelligence sites widely spread in Israel in Galilee, Al Masdar News publishes a news of extreme importance straddling between Syria and Lebanon: According to the site, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday in a statement that Russia and Syria had agreed not to deploy weapons in space. The statement said Friday:
“On December 17, the foreign ministers of the Russian Federation and the Syrian Arab Republic, Sergei Lavrov and Faisal Mikdad, signed a joint statement on the non-deployment of the first weapons in space (NPOK). In a joint statement, the Russian Federation and the Syrian Arab Republic stressed the need to conclude an international treaty prohibiting the deployment and use of weapons in space, and called on countries not participating in the NPOK to consider the possibility of full adherence to it. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that this initiative was an important political factor that contributed to ensuring equal and indivisible security for all and to increasing the predictability and sustainability of countries’ activities in the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes”.
More than one analyst sees in this announcement the echo of a series of fires and explosions that struck during the summer and the autonomous not only the Syrian west coast namely Latakia and Baniyas but also refineries in Homs and even in Aleppo. These same observers also understand that the emphasis placed on the non-use of orbital weapons by Syria and Russia is a nod to the double explosion that hit the port of Beirut on August 4 without the scenario planned by the enemies of Lebanon could lead to the disarmament of Hezbollah or the takeover of the port by the US/NATO axis in anticipation of a promotion of Haifa.
A third category of analysts go even further, estimating that if Russia sought to sign such an agreement with Damascus, it is because it is a well-known orbital power. There are, on the contrary, others, very close to Syria, which could enter perfectly in this field, and act against the entity since they are in open conflict with it. The double explosion followed by fires in Haifa, is not a first attack with an orbital weapon against a port whose protection is “more than approximate”? The open answer is… (GN)
by Basit Abbasi