Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The Ruins of Heliopolis

Some of the most magnificent remanence of the Roman Empire's resort town of Heliopolis are in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon. This town now called BaalBek is also the major stronghold of the Hezbollah army of terror controlled by Iran. Since the end of the 2006 war between the Hezbollah and Israel, the UN resolution 1702 has banned weapons south of the Litani river. However, the Hezbollah terrorist have not only replenished their weapons stocks on the north border of Israel, they have quadrupled it. Tens of thousands of missiles and anti tank weapons pointing to the civilian cities of north Israel and are all hidden in civilian houses or even chicken farms. In the past two months, there has been a series of explosions in chicken farms around the BaalBek area as well as in other villages westward on the same geographic lines. Was someone not caring for its rotten eggs? I don't think so. These terrible weapons have been hiding under large farm houses and chicken farms and i guess the state of Israel has found ways to sabotage the weapon depots.

Poor Chickens....