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Has the next war begun? Syrian and Bulgarian bombings. Israel vows "forceful" response

Assef Shawkat and defence chief Daoud Rajha died in the blast at a meeting of senior security and government figures in Damascus.

Syrian general Hassan Turkmani, a former defence minister and senior military official, was also killed, and several others were wounded.

The attack, which sparked apparent celebrations in parts of the capital, is by far the most serious on the president's inner circle and some analysts believe it marks the "beginning of the end" for the Assad regime.---

A bomb explosion has killed at least seven people on a bus carrying Israeli tourists in the eastern Bulgarian city of Burgas, Israeli officials say.

About 30 people were also injured when the bus exploded at Burgas airport, by the Black Sea.

Witnesses told Israeli TV that someone boarded the bus and a huge explosion immediately followed.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later accused Iran of being behind the explosion.---

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It has begun....

The type of war the Govt wages has been evolving depending on the situation like false flags, rebels, anti regimes protests, NATO, Propaganda machines etc....I think in Syria, since Russia doesn't support intervention, the govt is using the rebels as NATO....giving them full access to weapons, internet, advanced communication etc and ofcourse maybe CIA. Its taking Syria down within and leave it like what Libya is now. End result is the same. And so is the end objective-- Iran, so that Israel can get over with their paranoia.

Pentagon making strong statements against Iran

After meeting with British Defence Minister, Leon Panetta states the US has invested in capability to defeat any Iranian attempt to block the strait of Hormuz...plans to send more US and British war machines to the region.

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"Syria is but a chess piece

being used as a platform by larger powers. Regime change is the unwavering interest of the US-led NATO block in collaboration with the feudal Persian Gulf Monarchies of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)

"According to (former) NATO Commander General Wesley Clark, the Pentagon’s military road-map consists of a sequence of war theaters: “[The] five-year campaign plan [includes]… a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia and Sudan.” A War on Iran has been on the drawing board of The Pentagon since 2004."