Matthew 24:3  Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?
Matthew 24:6 And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
Matthew 24:7 “For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places.

(Image above: Syrian troops were seen planting mines along a region bordering northern Lebanon early on Thursday in a bid to stem weapons smuggling)

Syria is a much larger country than Libya. This war is going to be a lot bloodier than the Libyan one.

Article from Debkafile: In the last 48 hours, the Syrian engineering corps has laid minefields along the Jordanian, Turkish borders to cut down on the influx of weapons and armed manpower supporting the anti-Assad opposition and the outflow of army deserters.

Debkafile’s military sources add: By this action, Syria aims to seal itself off against foreign military intervention by Arab or NATO troops.

Syrian troops were sighted this week sowing mines along the northern bank of the Yarmouk River which marks the Syrian-Jordanian frontier. They started at the juxtaposition of the Syrian, Israeli and Jordan borders thereby linking the newly mined sector to the existing field on Syria’s Golan boundary with Israel.

The mines on the Lebanese frontier were laid near the northern Lebanese villages of Knaysseh and Al-Hnayder and on both sides of the border near Heet and Buwayt. On the Turkish frontier, the Syrian minelayers went to work in the Idlib and Jebel Zawayeh regions where large numbers of officers and soldiers who defected to the rebels are concentrated.

According to our military sources, Turkey recently boosted its direct intervention in the Syrian uprising. The rebel military commands permitted to operate from its soil have now received permission to start recruiting Syrian army deserters and volunteers, bring them over for short training stints and send them back armed with rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), automatic weapons and hand grenades.

Rest of article on Debkafile

Articles on same issue via New York Times, France International News:
In Slap at Syria, Turkey Shelters Anti-Assad Fighters
Syrian troops ‘plant mines by Lebanon border’

UK Telegraph tells about horrific events happening in Syria: “Well, now we have seen such horror: and it’s been amplified lately with credible reports of women being gang raped, organs being stolen from activists’ corpses, and other grotesqueries which testify to Orwell’s observation that whatever your darkest imagination can cook up, a totalitarian regime can always do better.”

– Syria is a country of 22.5 million people.
– According to the latest UN report, at least 3,000 people have been killed although the true figure is probably closer to 4,000-5,000 (many bodies have not been “registered” at morgues yet).
– 10,000 Syrians are currently living in tents in southern Turkey.
– 4,000 have fled to Lebanon.
– 5,000 more are deemed “missing.”
– 80,000 have, since mid-March, been arrested (and between 30,000-45,000 are still in jail).
– The Free Syrian Army (FSA) of rebel soldiers have got about 15,000 men under their command.
Read UK Telegraph article

CIA Factbook on Syria

YouTube video: Tammo Funeral Massacre – Assad kills funeral attendees in Qamishli

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