Amir Tsarfati’s Latest: Israeli-Russian Relationship, Psalm 83 to Ezekiel 38 Transition and More

Smoke trails from two Israeli Patriot interceptor missiles that Israel says shot down a Syrian fighter jet are seen in northern Israel on July 24, 2018. (David Cohen/Flash90)

Smoke trails from two IDF Patriot missiles fired at Syrian jet.  (David Cohen/Flash90)

Prior to the downing of a Syrian fighter jet by Israeli forces earlier today, Amir Tsarfati provided a timely and very informative update on the activity in Syria, the seemingly cordial relationship between Russia and Israel, and the transition from Psalm 83 to Ezekiel 38 scenarios.

Over the weekend, the IDF fired two missiles from the David’s Sling defense missile system, due to alarms that went off in northern Israel.  The activity was attributed to fighting within Syria, so the missiles ultimately did not attack targets.

Then, today, a Russian-made Sukhoi, flown by the Syrian military out of the Iranian-run T4 base in Syria penetrated Israeli airspace and was shot down by IDF Patriot missiles.

These developments are significant in understanding the urgency of the times in which we live.  I recommend Amir’s latest Middle East Update:

 

4 thoughts on “Amir Tsarfati’s Latest: Israeli-Russian Relationship, Psalm 83 to Ezekiel 38 Transition and More

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    So crazy the Middle East; just prayed for Israel….especially for Israel’s salvation.

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