France Gifts Hezbollah With Four Deadly Battle Ships

I have never liked Emmanuel Macron.  He is arrogant and narcissistic. 

But now the Lord has shown me that he is not just full of himself – but full of Satan. When I read that he “donated” these powerful battleships to Hezbollah in Lebanon, Macron is now added to the list of leaders who want Israel wiped off the map.

From breakingisraelnews.com

France Donates Four Deadly Battle-Ships to Hezbollah – Report

Four French frigates entered Lebanese docks on Tuesday, March 24th.

According to a report by Al-Joumhouria, the ‘sophisticated’ French frigates are being ‘gifted’ to the Lebanese Military and will be joining the navy.

The Lebanese government, and hence its military are fully controlled by Hezbollah and the terror organization’s allies.

French ambassador to Beirut, Bruno Fouche, ‘personally supervised the operation’. Fouche even boarded one of the battleships that were delivered to Lebanon from the Toulon Naval Base in southern France. source

I have been reading that many are saying that “frigates” (type of ship) is not a battleship. My husband who served in the Marines and Army said that this type of ship can be used as a war ship. 

These ships can be equipped to launch missiles and destroy submarines.

Here is how wikipedia describes “frigates”

From wikipedia.com

A frigate (/ˈfrɪɡət/) is a type of warship, having various sizes and roles over time.

In the 17th century, a frigate was any warship built for speed and maneuverability, the description often used being “frigate-built”. These could be warships carrying their principal batteries of carriage-mounted guns on a single deck or on two decks (with further smaller carriage-mounted guns usually carried on the forecastle and quarterdeck of the vessel). The term was generally used for ships too small to stand in the line of battle, although early line-of-battle ships were frequently referred to as frigates when they were built for speed.

In the 18th century, frigates were full-rigged ships, that is square-rigged on all three masts, they were built for speed and handiness, had a lighter armament than a ship of the line, and were used for patrolling and escort. In the definition adopted by the British Admiralty, they were rated ships of at least 28 guns, carrying their principal armaments upon a single continuous deck – the upper deck – while ships of the line possessed two or more continuous decks bearing batteries of guns.

In the late 19th century (beginning about 1858 with the construction of prototypes by the British and French navies), the armoured frigate was a type of ironclad warship that for a time was the most powerful type of vessel afloat. The term “frigate” was used because such ships still mounted their principal armaments on a single continuous upper deck.

In modern navies, frigates are used to protect other warships and merchant-marine ships, especially as anti-submarine warfare(ASW) combatants for amphibious expeditionary forces, underway replenishment groups, and merchant convoys. Ship classes dubbed “frigates” have also more closely resembled corvettes, destroyers, cruisers and even battleships. Some European navies such as the Dutch, French, German or Spanish ones use the term “frigate” for both their destroyers and frigates. The rank “frigate captain” derives from the name of this type of ship. source

I was reading the comments under the breakingisraelnews piece.  

I liked this one:

“What does Lebanon needs warships for except to pose a threat to Israel.”

Another commenter responded:

“At least they’ll be an easy target for Israeli missiles!”

How Can I Be Saved 

Shalom b’Yeshua

MARANATHA!!