During a surprise attack by Israel, after receiving recognition of the Golan Heights from the Trump administration, Israeli tanks attempted to invade Syria from the high ground—but were suddenly stopped in their tracks by a bright flash of red light.
The carnage was immediate as the percussion vibrated the air for miles.
A previously unknown Hezbollah weapon jointly created with Iran reportedly annihilated the Merkava tanks, which tend to dominate the battlefield, but this time found themselves at odds with an otherwordly force. Attempts at ousting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have failed dramatically.
Not since the Yom Kippur War have Israeli military officials felt such dread in their bones, with nearly 6,000 dead, and over 600 vehicles lost to the alien beam weapon. Unarmored vehicles became “toast” according to a soldier that made it back.
Since the Trump administration is run by Israel (After doing this favor for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu), there are reports that they are about to strike back, but U.S. military commanders told reporters that they are “uncertain” about how to proceed and may “abandon entirely pointless interventions.”
This situation is developing.