Lebanon Hezbollah Front Erupting

“What we are doing in Gaza, we can do in Beirut.” – Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant

Much more so than Hamas, Hezbollah is loaded with lethal weapons. Attacks over weekend killed twenty IDF soldiers which is the deadliest day of the combat phase. Hezbollah is bombing northern Israel and Haifa. All civilians in this sector of Israel have been sent to bunkers.

CTP-ISW did not record any attacks targeting US forces in the Middle East on November 12.

The Israeli sub-zero “leadership” is divided on the degree of response to the Hezbollah escalation. Ironically Bibi is the cooler head among this posse.

After #Netanyahu finished his speech, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, and Benny Gantz, a member of the War Cabinet, ignored Netanyahu and turned their backs to him. #Hamas #Hezbollah #PalestinianGenocide #IsraelTerorrist #Usa_Supports_Israel_Crimes

#Hezbollah pic.twitter.com/SRw8R09vlO

— inaya bisma (@inaya_bisma) November 13, 2023



“Hezbollah is close to making a grave mistake – the residents of Beirut may end up in the same situation as Gaza where they are already raising a white flag and running away from home” pic.twitter.com/CagK55Gro4

— Megatron (@Megatron_ron) November 11, 2023

There is less ambiguity with Hezbollah who have issued a new warning to the US about its readiness to destroy its fleet off its shores. It is noteworthy that a little earlier Reuters reported that Hezbollah was likely acquiring Russian-developed Onyx missiles. In addition; tomorrow, Hezbollah’s Secretary General Nasrallah will give a speech that will be very unusual for the second time in just a week.

🇱🇧🔰| Hezbollah Cheif Nasrallah :
Plans Are Not Disclosed In Speeches,
Eyes Must Remain On The Field pic.twitter.com/ykkcgD3BIb

— Mister J. – مسٹر جے (@Angryman_J) November 12, 2023

No more just RPGs and mortars.

Hezbollah publishes footage of its fighters working against IDF units on the Israeli-Lebanese border. It is likely that the Radvan special forces unit is also involved. pic.twitter.com/9SGJQ0OX3I

— J. C. Okechukwu (@jcokechukwu) November 12, 2023

Massive retaliation is threatened, thus the next phase of the regional war is out of the bag. The standard indiscriminate Israeli method is threated.  “The IDF has plans to change the security situation in the north,” a new statement just said. Lebanon’s people will pay the price.”


The IDF dropped leaflets with a warning to Lebanese towns near the border:

“The actions of the terrorist organization Hezbollah push the IDF to act against it in the area where you live. For your safety – you must evacuate… https://t.co/vpuYXqfZJB pic.twitter.com/woP8uCDYX6

— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) November 12, 2023


In the meantime, Arab countries have met in Saudi Arabia. No doubt a lot of back channels side rooms conversations and planning. Turkey voted for sanctions, and we wonder when they unilaterally cut off Israel’s oil supply that passes through via pipe lines.

In a scene straight out of Steve Inman’s f’n around and find out (FAFO) Alpha dog Netanyahu taunts: “I say to the Arab leaders, if you want to preserve your interests, you must do one thing…Remain silent.”

Big talk. They can’t even defeat Al Qassam in Gaza. 

IDF combat footage in Gaza. Tanks firing stirs up clouds of dust. And not just sitting in tanks, you need to be in great shape just to day after day walk on all that rubble with heavy boots and gear. And this is a reserve unit.

IDF’s 10th reserve BCT combat inside Gaza (Nov. 12, 2023) pic.twitter.com/Gw3EyIKx5m

— OSINTNic (@OSINTNic) November 12, 2023

Hamas footage shows more peak around corners ambushes. Drones are heard overhead in a ruined ghost town setting.

More footage of close combat in Northern Gaza with IDF armor being hit. pic.twitter.com/wtjddACyVe

— Rajendran (@Rajendr67215893) November 11, 2023

On Al-Jazeera military says 65% of al-Qassam are still held in reserve?

Al-Jazeera military analyst Feizi Al-Duwairi:

Currently, only 35% of al-Qassam Brigades personnel are participating in combat operations. #Israel #Russia #Gaza #Ukraine https://t.co/7oepzPyA3L

— ReD Line (@channelredline) November 12, 2023

The IDF has pushed to the area of al Shifa Hospital. Overnight the blocks north-northeast of the hospital were heavily contested. There has been heavy fighting at the Square of the Unknown Soldier.


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The Israel Exception to Free Speech

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Last Tuesday there took place a disgraceful display of visceral malignancy in the United States House of Representatives Chamber in the south wing of the Capitol building. The House, long characterized by its aversion to truth, justice and what was once the American way, has been corrupted by special interests who have effectively bought an overwhelming majority of legislators, to include the leadership of the two major political parties. In the area of foreign policy, as well as a spill-over into many domestic and constitutional issues, there is no more powerful lobby than that of the state of Israel, and its power was on full display on Tuesday afternoon when Representative Rashida Tlaib was censured for the crime of being of Palestinian ancestry and speaking up against the ongoing genocide of her people by the Jewish state. Nearly all Republicans voted to condemn her together with a considerable number of her fellow Democrats.


Ongoing INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS spark worries about Pentagon’s worsening military weapons and munitions shortages – NaturalNews.com

Ongoing INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS spark worries about Pentagon’s worsening military weapons and munitions shortages

Western defense officials have expressed concerns that with Israel going to war at the same time the West is battling Russia by proxy in Ukraine, there won’t be enough artillery shells and other weapons left to help both allies amid ongoing conflicts.

Planners at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are also worried even though Israel isn’t a member of the alliance.

NATO and its European members are deeply invested in supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion, and the prospect of two fierce wars eventually depleting arms and equipment from the same stockpiles or supply chains is starting to alarm officials.

Goran Martensson, the director general of the Swedish Defense Materiel Administration, which handles procurement for the country’s defense ministry, said it is normal to have concerns about “competition for military resources because of limited production capacity.”

He warned that there will be “more need for that limited production capacity in Europe and the United States.” Martensson spoke on the sidelines of the NATO Industry Forum, an occasional event that involves government officials, military brass and industry executives that drew more than 800 attendees.

Sweden hosted the meeting as a candidate for NATO membership and hopes to become a full member soon.

Early in 2023, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to forward Sweden’s bid to join the NATO military alliance to the unicameral Turkish Grand National Assembly. It followed months of drama over an issue that had strained the bloc as war raged in Ukraine.


Both Sweden and Finland applied for NATO membership in 2022, finally ending their policies of military non-alignment that had lasted through the decades of the Cold War because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

After Russia launched its large-scale invasion of Ukraine several months ago, defense contractors throughout the West have increased production. However, output remains below the volumes of ammunition and equipment being spent on Ukraine’s battlefields.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg warned the forum that member countries’ defense industries lack adequate spare capacity to react to the ongoing crises. He added that more is needed to ensure that production can meet the demand.

Everything is connected: If Israel receives its weapons from the U.S. stockpiles, they’re “taken away from something”

Esa Rautalinko, chief executive of Finnish armaments group Patria, said many companies are already producing as much as they can within their existing production facilities. The next step would be new investments, but he added that bringing new facilities online can take at least two to five years.

According to Rautalinko, pressure from the Middle East conflict hasn’t yet filtered through to Europe’s defense-industry debates, which adds to the uncertainty. Additionally, Europeans might think of the fight as more of an issue for Israel and the U.S., but he advised that would be a mistake.

Rautalinko explained that everything is connected. If Israel receives its weapons from the U.S. stockpiles, they’re “taken away from something,” said Rautalinko.

And as demand increases faster than production, prices of some supplies have soared. At the NATO forum, Dutch Admiral Rob Bauer, Stoltenberg’s top military adviser, said that NATO-standard 155-millimeter artillery shells, one of the West’s most basic armaments, had cost governments about $2,100 apiece before Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022.

Bauer said the price of those shells, which are “one of the most coveted objects in the world right now,” has increased fourfold to at least $8,400.

Politicians have asked defense companies to expand capacity and accelerate output. In Brussels, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said if he were the industry, he would “read the room and increase production.”

Despite the clamor to ramp up production, industry officials are looking for assurances that demand won’t decrease once the conflict ends, which has undercut companies’ investments in the past.

Bauer added that both sides must “loosen the mutually destructive chokehold” and stop waiting for the other to make the first move.

In recent months, the U.S. has started moving by sending billions of dollars into retooled factories to produce more missiles, rockets, rocket motors and shells. Records show that the U.S. has issued almost $25 billion in contracts to arm Ukraine and replenish its stocks.

In recent weeks, Bill LaPlante, the U.S. Department of Defense‘s acquisition chief, has urged European countries to sign more contracts to encourage industry. While European governments have placed some orders, they were not on the Pentagon’s scale. (Related: Pentagon plans to use missile-carrying drone swarm as new weapon of mass destruction.)

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Turkish leader pushes to end conflict in Gaza Strip, calls Israel a WAR CRIMINAL – NaturalNews.com

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is gearing up to launch a “global initiative” aimed at ending the conflict in the Gaza Strip and is on the verge of officially designating Israel as a war criminal, as reported by the pro-government newspaper Hurriyet.

Erdogan, who has previously endorsed Hamas as “freedom fighters,” is now taking steps to initiate a worldwide effort to secure a ceasefire in Israel, condemning what he perceives as war crimes against Palestine.

In a recent statement, Erdogan declared: “I will call each of the world leaders, negotiate with them and meet with them if necessary.”

This reflects his intention to collaborate with global leaders on a joint initiative specifically addressing the situation in Gaza.

Erdogan’s position on Hamas has caused a rift with NATO and European Union allies that have consistently supported Israel’s right to self-defense. (Related: Turkey’s Erdogan threatens WAR against Israel for their relentless BOMBING of Gaza Strip.)

The European Commission released a report highlighting “serious deficiencies” in Turkey’s democratic institutions, along with a “deterioration of human and fundamental rights” within the country.

Erdogan’s assertion that Hamas is not a terrorist organization, but a group of mujahideen defending their land, did not sit well with Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA).

“Hamas is a despicable terrorist organization worse than ISIS,” said MFA spokesman Lior Haiat. “Even the Turkish president’s attempt to defend the terrorist organization and his inciting words will not change the horrors that the whole world has seen.”


The escalating tension between Ankara and Jerusalem could potentially impact the recently restored diplomatic ties between the two nations.

In response to heightened tensions, Israel has taken the unprecedented step of recalling its diplomats from Turkey, stating the need for a comprehensive reassessment of diplomatic relations.

The decision follows Erdogan’s inflammatory remarks at a massive pro-Palestinian rally in Istanbul, where he announced plans to designate Israel as a “war criminal” for its actions in the Gaza Strip.

Israel’s Foreign Minister Eli Cohen affirmed that the decision to recall diplomats was a direct response to the escalating rhetoric from Turkey.

Erdogan slammed over pro-Hamas remarks

Israeli Energy Minister Israel Katz condemned Erdogan’s statements, claiming that the Turkish leader had laid bare his true intentions.

Katz, set to become the foreign minister, accused Erdogan of supporting terrorism, emphasizing that even symbolic gestures like wearing a kaffiyeh would not conceal what Katz termed as “shame.”

“The man of the Muslim Brotherhood supports Hamas-Daesh terror,” Katz wrote on X.

Gilad Erdan, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, told Army Radio:A snake will remain a snake. Erdogan tried to improve his image, but remains an anti-Semite.”

Participants at the rally waved Turkish and Palestinian flags, chanting slogans like “God is great.” Renowned musician Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, also participated in the rally.

Erdogan’s recent rhetoric marks a significant departure from the diplomatic thaw that began a year and a half ago, with efforts to improve ties between the two nations after years of strained relations.

While Israel and Turkey had been regional allies, their relations soured after the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident, leading to a series of mutual accusations and diplomatic fallout.

The recall of Israeli diplomats signals a fresh strain in the delicate diplomatic balance, impacting the recent attempts at normalization between the two countries.

The move underscores the complexity of maintaining diplomatic ties, particularly in the context of ongoing geopolitical challenges in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, the backdrop of these geopolitical maneuvers is the ongoing conflict in Gaza, with Hamas-run health authorities claiming a staggering toll of more than 10,000 lives since the war’s commencement.

The situation remains fluid, and the implications of Erdogan’s proposed “global initiative” are closely watched by the international community.

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FDA issues warning on several over-the-counter EYE DROPS that could cause infection and partial vision loss – NaturalNews.com

FDA issues warning on several over-the-counter EYE DROPS that could cause infection and partial vision loss

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a bulletin advising shoppers to avoid certain eye drops from several major brands because of an increased risk of developing a serious eye infection.

According to the bulletin, 26 different types of eye drops are being recalled. All of these products are sold over-the-counter (OTC).

The FDA bulletin warned that using the OTC eye drops may cause infection “that could result in partial vision loss or blindness.” The agency also advised individuals who develop symptoms of eye infection after using the products to seek medical care immediately.

According to the bulletin, the recalled eye drops are meant to be sterile. Ophthalmic drug products pose a greater risk to users because medications applied to the eyes “bypass some of the body’s natural defenses,” continued the bulletin.

The FDA recommended that manufacturers of the eye products involved recall all lots after an inspection revealed insufficient sanitary conditions in the manufacturing facility.

Additionally, FDA investigators discovered “positive bacterial test results from environmental sampling” of production areas inside the facility.

CVS, Rite Aid and Target are currently removing the products from their stores and websites. However, the agency warned that Leader, Rugby and Velocity products might still be available online and in stores and must be avoided. (Related: FDA announces voluntary recall of contaminated eye drops that could blind people.)

The FDA said it has yet to receive any adverse incident reports associated with the recalled eye drops.


According to a spokeswoman for Rite Aid, the drugstore chain is “removing the applicable Rite Aid branded products” from store shelves following the safety concerns identified by the agency. She added that Rite Aid “immediately stopped the sale in-store and online of all products supplied by Velocity Pharma within the CVS Health Brand Eye Products portfolio.”

The products listed by the FDA include:

Leader (Cardinal Health)

  • Dry Eye Relief 10 ml, Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.4% & Propylene Glycol 0.3% Eye Drops
  • Dry Eye Relief 15 ml, Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 1% w/v
  • Eye Irritation Relief 15 ml, Polyvinyl Alcohol 0.5% w/v and Povidone 0.6% w/v and Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05% Eye Drops
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 15 ml (single pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 15 ml (twin pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v

CVS Health

  • Lubricant Eye Drops 15 ml (single pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 15 ml (twin pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v
  • Lubricant Gel Drops 15 ml (single pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 1% w/v
  • Lubricant Gel Drops 15 ml (twin pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 1% w/v
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 10 ml (single pack), Propylene Glycol Eye Drops 0.6% w/v
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 10 ml (twin pack), Propylene Glycol Eye Drops 0.6% w/v
  • Lubricating Gel drops 10 ml, Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.4% and Propylene Glycol 0.3% Eye Drops
  • Mild Moderate Lubricating Eye Drops 15 ml (single pack), Polyethylene Glycol 400 Eye Drop ‘0.25% w/v
  • Multi-Action Relief Drops 15 ml, Polyvinyl Alcohol 0.5% w/v and Povidone 0.6% w/v and Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05% Eye Drops

Rite Aid

  • Gentle Lubricant Gel Eye Drops 15 ml, Hypromellose 0.3%, Glycerin 0.2%, Dextran 70 0.1% Eye Drops
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 15 ml (twin pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v
  • Lubricant Eye Drops 10 ml (twin pack), Propylene Glycol Eye Drops 0.6% w/v
  • Lubricant Gel Drops 15 ml, Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 1% w/v
  • Lubricating Gel Drops 10 ml, Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.4% & Propylene Glycol 0.3% Eye Drops
  • Multi-Action Relief Drops 15 ml, Polyvinyl Alcohol 0.5% w/v & Povidone 0.6% w/v and Tetrahydrozoline Hydrochloride 0.05% Eye Drops

Rugby (Cardinal Health)

  • Lubricating Tears Eye Drops 15 ml, Hypromellose 2910-0.3% w/v and Dextran 70- 0.1% Eye Drops
  • Polyvinyl Alcohol 1.4% Lubricating Eye Drops 15 ml, Polyvinyl Alcohol Eye Drops 1.4% w/v

Target Up&Up

  • Up&Up Dry Eye Relief Lubricant Eye Drops 30 ml, Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.4% & Propylene Glycol 0.3% Eye Drops
  • Up&Up Extreme Relief Dry Eye 15 ml (single pack), Polyethylene Glycol 400 0.4% & Propylene Glycol 0.3% Eye Drops
  • Up&Up Extreme Relief Dry Eye 30 ml (twin pack), Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium Eye Drops 0.5% w/v

Velocity Pharma

  • Lubricant Eye Drop 10 ml (triple pack), Propylene Glycol Eye Drops 0.6% w/v

Other recalled eye drop products in 2023

Earlier in 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the FDA also issued warnings about other eye drop products, including EzriCare Artificial Tears eye drops and Delsam Pharma’s Artificial Tears, due to potential bacterial contamination that was linked to over a dozen cases of vision loss or eye removal.

Four reported deaths were linked to the earlier product recall.

The CDC issued an alert regarding an outbreak of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a bacteria that was never reported in the U.S. prior to the outbreak. The outbreak was also linked to the use of eye drops.

According to the CDC website, the bacteria is commonly found in the environment, like in soil and water. P. aeruginosa can cause different types of infections targeting the blood, lungs or other parts of the body, particularly “after surgery.”

The agency warned that these germs continuously find new ways to avoid the effects of antibiotics used to treat the infections they cause. “Antibiotic resistance occurs when the germs no longer respond to the antibiotics designed to kill them,” warned the CDC website.

Once they develop resistance to different types of antibiotics, these germs can become multidrug-resistant.

There is no information yet if the recent FDA warning and recall of several eye drops is linked to P. aeruginosa.

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