Russia to Israel: Why the recent strike in Syria?

The Israeli regime never gets tired of evoking implausible scenarios and explanations, presumably because they think that the West will never challenge them.

This is how Israeli soldiers treat the Palestinians.

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

Russia has asked Israel to provide a reasonable explanation for its military airstrikes in Syria last Thursday.[1] Israel, of course, summoned the old boring and unconvincing explanation that Syria was trying to transfer weapons to Hezbollah.

The Israeli regime produced the same explanation in 2014, when an Israeli airstrike hit the Syrian military forces.[2] The Israeli regime never gets tired of evoking implausible scenarios and explanations, presumably because they think that the West will never challenge them. According to the Israeli narrative, Hezbollah, Iran and the Assad government are to be held responsible for the airstrikes in Syria.

But that explanation again has been weighed and found wanting. As Israeli scholar Avner Cohen pointed out in 2009, Hamas “is Israel’s creation.”[3] One can argue that Hezbollah is also Israel’s creation. In other words, whenever Israeli officials seek to pursue their diabolical ideology in the Middle East, they just put all the blame on Hamas or Hezbollah or even “anti-Semitism.” In response to the recent attack, Netanyahu declared:

“Our policy is very consistent. When we identify attempts to transfer advanced weapons to Hezbollah — when we have the intel and the operational capability — we act to prevent it. That’s how we’ve acted and how we will continue to act…and everyone needs to take this into account. Everyone.”[4]

Complete nonsense. Keep in mind that when Netanyahu says that “everyone needs to take this into account,” he is basically saying that the West and the entire world must follow his essentially Talmudic manipulation. The West needs to suspend rational inquiry and the moral order and adapt Israel’s relentless maneuvering.

John McCain–terrorist apologist.

But Netanyahu seems to forget that there are people in this world, including this writer, who will never bow down to Israel’s perpetual fabrications and colossal hoaxes. He also seems to forget that Jewish scholars—including Zionist Israelis like Benny Morris—have actually written on Israel’s ethnic cleansing and manipulation of the actual facts.

As Jewish scholar Sara Roy has argued in her meticulous study Hamas and Civil Society in Gaza: Engaging the Islamist Social Sector, organizations like Hamas would not have been possible had the Israeli regime stopped oppressing, torturing, humiliating and liquidating the Palestinian people. The regime has a history of raiding and looting bakeries “that provided bread” to girls’ orphanages and “carting away sewing and processing machines, fabric, finished garments and office equipment…”[5]

In short, we know that the Israeli regime is playing a diabolical game in Syria. But where is Donald Trump? Why doesn’t he also ask the regime what they have been up to in the region? Why doesn’t he tell them that Israel cannot continue to attack the Syrian government? Didn’t Trump say that the so-called Syrian rebels are worse than Assad? Then why he is letting the Israeli regime support the same rebels?

Moreover, take a look at the Zionist Kingdom: The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, etc. Take also a closer look at marionettes like John McCain. (McCain has perversely declared that Rand Paul is working for Vladimir Putin.[6]) They all fail to report that Israel attacked a sovereign nation, which is in violation of international law.

Rand Paul has suggested that perhaps it is time for McCain to retire.[7] We would say that it is time for much of the world to put him on trial. Perhaps it is high time for Trump to stop playing games and ask the Israeli regime to stop meddling in the Syrian war.

Finally, Trump needs to flesh out a rigorous and consistent foreign policy, otherwise we will continue to say that he is in bed with the Israeli regime. Will he continue to be a servant of the Israeli regime like his predecessors, most specifically George W. Bush? Will he ever challenge the Powers That Be in Israel? Will he expose the 9-11 perpetrators? Or will he continue to produce their lies and fabrications?


[1] “Russia demands explanation for Israel’s Syria strikes,” Jerusalem Post, March 17, 2017.

[2] “Russia wants Israeli explanation for ‘aggressive action’ in Syria,” Jerusalem post, December 8, 2014.

[3] Quoted in Andrew Higgins, “How Israel Helped to Spawn Hamas,” Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2009.

[4] “‘That’s how we act’: Netanyahu justifies Syria air raid, vows forceful response to Hezbollah threat,” Russia Today, March 17, 2017.

[5] Sara Roy, Hamas and Civil Society in Gaza: Engaging the Islamist Social Sector (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011), 3.

[6] Andrew Kirell, “John McCain: Rand Paul ‘Is Now Working for Vladimir Putin,’” Daily Beast, March 16, 2017.

[7] Eliza Collins, “Rand Paul and John McCain trade jabs, as Paul calls McCain ‘past his prime,’ ‘unhinged,’” USA Today, March 16, 2017.

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7 Responses to "Russia to Israel: Why the recent strike in Syria?"

  1. El Clandestino  March 22, 2017 at 8:02 am

    Long live Hamas

  2. medicis  March 18, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    To JohnZ….. I am beginning to believe the zio Khazars were in Transylvania…. who else likes to bathe in blood so much?

    • Jaffer Jamil  March 19, 2017 at 12:28 am

      You are right. They were in the Carpathian mountains and owned the alcohol stores (maybe not all). There was a US officials report on conditions there from about 1905(?). The people were underpaid, illiterate, mine-workers. Their ethnicity was lost in the mists of time. They spoke 5-6 different languages,. They rarely ate meat unless they went to work in Hungary. From where they would come back with a lamb for their family. The only entertainment they had was buying alcohol. At exorbitant rates; resulting in perennial debt to the booze-peddlers; whose kind also rented their living quarters from them. As they did the mines & all businesses in the area.

    • Jaffer Jamil  March 19, 2017 at 12:31 am

      Btw, the story about Countess Elizabeth Bathory was a total lie to grab the Bathory family property. There were two very rich families of nobility at that time: Bathory and Horvath. She was a healer that was using surgical techniques well-known at the time. Her conviction was based entirely on testimony of tortured servants and on a falsely-established premise of “well-known to everyone”. Which could be based entirely on rumours and innuendo – as it was. The rumour was spread by an ungrateful swine of a Lutheran pastor who was collaboraqting with the then-Palatine of Hungary (under which came Transylvania, though an independent principality)

    • Jaffer Jamil  March 19, 2017 at 12:31 am

      Btw, the story about Countess Elizabeth Bathory was a total lie to grab the Bathory family property. There were two very rich families of nobility at that time: Bathory and Horvath. She was a healer that was using surgical techniques well-known at the time. Her conviction was based entirely on testimony of tortured servants and on a falsely-established premise of “well-known to everyone”. Which could be based entirely on rumours and innuendo – as it was. The rumour was spread by an ungrateful swine of a Lutheran pastor who was collaborating with the then-Palatine of Hungary (under which came Transylvania, though an independent principality)

  3. roger  March 18, 2017 at 1:41 pm

    Cold Wind, you’re announcing a very posible situation. The fact that previous to US deployment, Dunford met with Konashenkov and the latter remained silent speaks of a probable and circumstantial agreement. Russia (and Putin) cannot afford to evacuate its bases leaving Mediterranean presence and Assad at the mercy of Netanyahu without accepting the price of a foreing and domestic loss of prestige. A US direct engagement with Russian or Syrian forces well lead to a escalating to uncontrolable radioactive proportions, if Israel, as we can see, doesn’t accept Assad in Damascus, the war may also continue but to Israel irrationality and suicide, as Syria, with nothing else to loose, could find clandestine 1st hand, always garaged, in mint condition Nuk-devices and take their own country and Zion into dust, along with the Yinon plan, something that neither the 6th fleet or the central command can prevent, no matter state-of-the-art space tech and sexual harrasment.

  4. JohnZ  March 18, 2017 at 6:05 am

    The insane vampire strikes again.

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