The question is what kind of war?
The common speculation is that there will be a missile attack on this country, and that in the end, this country may find itself fighting a four or five front war. The first two fronts are easy to pick out: Syria and Gaza. The Syrians apparently are preparing for an attack on this nation and Hamas is being armed to the teeth with various kinds of missiles and rockets. An Israeli army invading Gaza now would have to be prepared to withstand heavy losses; the Strip is a small concentrated piece of land with a dense population. The strategy that is most efficient in conquering a heavily armed compact piece of territory, carpet bombing, is not acceptable to the Americans who fund and control the régime on the Kirya in Jerusalem. So, carpet bombing will not be pursued.
It cannot be emphasized too strongly that the régime in Jerusalem is nothing but a pack of puppets who will do as they are told. Getting an independent and sovereign government that will look after the interests of the Jewish people first and the non-Jews overseas last will require a violent revolution and overthrow of the so-called “Zionist régime,” a cabal of criminals who have lost their purpose and no longer have a role in the redemption of the People of Israel.
I don’t have a strategy or the weaponry to pull off such an overthrow – nobody I know does either.
But returning to the issue of multi-front wars, what about all those other fronts that we will be forced to fight on? There is Iran. There is Lebanon, though the Lebanese front could be regarded as an extension of the Syrian one. The Syrians certainly regard Lebanon as nothing more than western Syria. There is the possibility of Saudi Arabia invading through Jordan. That is four fronts. The final front? Let’s leave that open for the time being… Let it stand that what Israel would face would be the equivalent of a gang rape, and the toughs doing the ravishing would be a lot stronger than they were in 1948.
I will gather all the nations to Jerusalem for the war; the city will be captured, the houses will be pillaged, the women of the city will be violated; half the city will go into exile, but the rest of the people will not be eliminated from the city. [Zechariah 14:2]