The Russian navy calls in at its Syrian base- shades of things to come in Ezekiel 38/9.
12/01/2009

The Russians are patrolling the Med with a menacing flotilla of warships and are stopping off at their Syrian base. Shades of things to come when the Russians and their allies invade Israel - and are destroyed on the mountains of Israel, as prophesied in Ezekiel 38/39! This scripture refers to the Magog invasion, led by Gog, the leader of Russia. Perhaps Putin? We will soon see. ALAN FRANKLIN. MOSCOW, January 12 (RIA Novosti) - A naval task force from Russia's Northern Fleet will on Monday visit the Syrian port of Tartus, where the Russian Navy keeps a maintenance and resupply site, a Navy spokesman said. (Russian Navy modernized - Image gallery) The task force, which includes the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier, the Admiral Levchenko destroyer and the Nikolay Chiker salvage tug, is currently on a tour of duty in the Mediterranean. Capt. 1st Rank Igor Dygalo said the carrier group had carried out joint exercises with the Turkish Navy last week and would return to its duties in the Mediterranean Sea after visiting Tartus. The Soviet-era Navy maintenance site near Tartus is the only Russian foothold in the Mediterranean. Russian media reports have suggested the facility could be turned into a base for the country's Black Sea Fleet, which could lose its current main base in Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula in 2017. About 50 naval personnel and three floating piers are reportedly deployed at the Tartus site, which can accommodate up to a dozen warships, and Russia is expanding the port and building a pier in nearby El-Latakia. No official confirmation of the reports has been made. Alan comments; Have the Russians got nothing better to do than going round trying to put the frighteners on people? How good it is that God will soon take care of them and all other nations which are hostile to Israel. Someone tell the BBC please, as they ceaselessly broadcast what amounts to anti Israel propaganda.

 
 
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