Syria, Iran, Hizballah attack while US and Israel play computerized war games
The car bomb which murdered anti-Syrian Lebanese
security chief Brig. Gen. Wissam al-Hasan and seven others Friday, Oct.
19, in Beirut also dissipated hopes in the West and Israel of the Syrian
civil war sundering the Tehran-Damascus-Hizballah axis, or that
liquidating Iran’s nuclear scientists and cyber warfare would turn
Tehran away from a nuclear bomb. The Syrian bloodbath grows wider and
more malignant and Tehran is closer than ever to a nuclear weapon. A reduced joint US-Israel war game begins Sunday.