Israel has weaponized the WhatsApp messaging application to terrorize Syrian officers deployed in the south of the country, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. According to reports, messages were sent from a number hosted in Cyprus to mobile phones of officers that allegedly have ties with Lebanese Hezbollah.
“Hezbollah and Iran are taking advantage of you to operate on the border against Israel, you bear responsibility and you won’t be away from our responses,” the message read.
This was not the first time when Israel sent direct threats to Syrian personnel. For example, on October 21, Israel dropped leaflets with threats to officers of the 1st Corps of the Syrian Arab Army. Three weeks later, on November 18 an Israeli airstrike destroyed the office of Major General Akram Hawija, the commander of the 7th Division of the 1st Corps. He was one of the officers mentioned in the Israeli leaflets. Additionally to the regular strikes on Syria, Israel has been conducting active psychological operations against Syrian personnel and their allies in the south. According to the Israelis, WhatsApp spam, anonymous leaflets and trashposting on social media should deter Hezbollah and Iran, and undermine their cooperation with Syria.
The issue is that for the past few years Hezbollah and Iran demonstrated themselves as consistent allies of the Syrians that were actively supporting Damascus in its fight with foreign-supported terrorists. At the same time, Israel was supporting terrorists in Syria while simultaneously claiming that the world should accept ISIS’ Caliphate as the new reality in the Middle East and that Iran is much worse than ISIS. Once in 2017, former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon even acknowledged that his country has an open communication channel with ISIS via which the terrorist group apologized for accidentally opening fire towards Israeli positions in the Golan Heights. Another open secret is that ISIS has never carried out attacks on Israeli military or civilian targets. Apparently, this is just a coincidence.
In this light, an interesting question is how it appeared that Syrian officers deployed close to the Golan Heights still use smartphones, WhatsApp, Facebook and other various social media. Apparently, modern warfare has evolved to the level that the newest Iphone for dramatic selfies has become the irreplaceable weapon on the battlefield.
Iranian social media warriors do not lag behind their Israeli counterparts and on December 4 they assassinated on Twitter an alleged ‘top Mossad member’, Fahmi Hinawi, near Tel Aviv. The aforementioned person died after at least 15 bullets were fired at a car he was driving when he stopped at a red light. Israeli sources deny claims that Hinawi was any kind of Mossad agent, while Iranian media outlets that launched the rumor provided no evidence to back their claims.
Despite this, Iranian supporters in social media immediately called this vengeance for the killing of the top Iranian nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, near Tehran in late November. In some cases, it looks like that even if a meteorite strikes Israel, there is always going to be a group of people on the Internet that would be ready to call this an Iranian retaliation strike or, if they are supporters of Israel, the act of an Iranian aggression.
In particular, the US administration regularly finds Iranian or at the very least Hezbollah traces in regions and countries where it faces some difficulties, like Venezuela, Iraq and Yemen. Currently, mainstream media and US officials are deeply concerned by Iranian tankers moving to Venezuela. In an unprecedented ‘act of aggression’, 10 tankers will allegedly deliver fuel to the country and help to export Venezuelan oil. The democracy is in danger!
Good News. Top Mossad officier assasinated in Tel Aviv!
Translation from Russian source:
The day before yesterday, unknown people in Tel Aviv shot at a car carrying a high-ranking Mossad officer, Fahmi Hinawi.
The incident took place in the evening of December 5 to the south-east of the center of Tel Aviv. The attackers calculated the route of the car and, while stopping at a red light at the intersection, weighed it with 15 bullets. The shooters are unknown, but this story is viewed through the lens of the promised Iranian response to the recent assassination of nuclear scientist Fakhrizade.
Iran had previously avenged the death of general Suleimani by destroying a CIA air command post in Afghanistan. Michael D’Andrea, a CIA special operations supervisor in the Middle East, was killed along with other U.S. intelligence officers.
In fact, Tehran unofficially accepted the “game rules” imposed on it by the USA and Israel. The elimination of key figures in the Middle East, probably, will now go on stream. It should be noted that this operation is a success of the Iranian special services, which proved that they can conduct them on hostile territory.
To date, no official comments have been published by the Israeli authorities or law enforcement agencies regarding the assassination attempt on the Mossad command representative. It is interesting that earlier in the Western press expressed satisfaction with the fact that “Iran has not responded to the murder of its nuclear scientist by force. However, it turned out that “the East is a dark case” and there remains the principle of blood vengeance.
Great news. Iran showed they can retaliate. Don‘t mess with them. I am satisfied.
Next time, it shouldn’t just be 1 agent of the Mossad.
There will never be peace in the Middle East as long as Apartheid Israel exists.
Even if the guy was a top Mossad agent, this counted as a loss for Iran. Israel would gladly trade a killing of one of their Mossad agents against a killing of an Iranian scientist.
If true, even if you think Israel would not mind such a trade, the real problem appears that they may have to start trading losses, instead of unilaterally inflicting them.
If true, and that is a big IF, then Iran has demonstrated yet again that their enemies are not beyond their reach.
Would be rather chilling for a country not used to having to take casualties. Iran is much better at that.
Israel takes that trade all day, every day, if it means the chance to cripple Iran’s nuclear industry. The correct approach for Iran is a true-to-the-letter eye for an eye: you kill one of our scientists, we kill one of your scientists.
Perhaps we Anglo-zionists should be WEEE-bit more wary of attacking Iran and other states with STUXNET (USA & Israel) and advanced!!! Drones (USA). The Iranians seem most capable of very rapid and efficient Reverse-Engineering with tweaks and improvements for the above mentioned products which are, possibly, then sold on the International market (at reduced prices..).
Sanctions against Iran as with Russia & China apparently in many domains could be considered as a welcome stimulus for domestic ingenuity and innovation..
Pretty obvious that Syrians, Russians,Chinese and non-Soros clones (and myself – hypocrite !!) should avoid Facebook, Google, Twitter, all Western Murdochian MSM etc., as much as possible.
However, it is again most comforting to know that Putin recently has endorsed AI with more AI-robotics being used in agricultural, medical & mining sectors, not just military. Also increasing number of International students at top AI-Computing *MIET* universities in Russia (though first 1 year Russian immersion course – damn, that cuts me out!!plus 65..)
While China, yet again boasts the no. 1 Quantum computer.
And congratulations on recent successful remote Moon dust-rocks collection which should be analysed (and patented) for the Chinese New Year. 恭喜!好好工作！ Ref: Sputnik.com dec 08
May I suggest Tanking for Zion, that within 2 years Russian-Chinese-Iranian drones could pick up various MOSSAD-CIA-MI6-Soros spooks on site, (nocturnal, preferably in bed..) carry out a brief 5 minute lobotomy (perhaps a Ronald Regan or Monty Python implant..) using Acupuncture sedation techniques and then head back home for breakfast!! More damaging and depressing to the countries host agencies while more entertaining for other NON Zionist-Sorosified-Netflix viewers.
Come on!!! Bullets are so bloody and primitive, almost like bows and arrows.
Please for 2021 think positive..
One issue is, how did Israel find the Whatsapp addresses of the Syrian officers?
Another issue is, can Israel flood these officers with junk Whatsapp messages, so many that the real messages are drowned out?
Science fiction can be very prophetic. Decades ago I read one bout the change in warfare. It wa no longer to army against army, fleet against fleet. War was waged by assassination of high ranking and not so high ranking officials of the warring nations. The author, i guess it was Robert Heinlein. I don’t remember the title of this particular book.