…by Jonas E. Alexis
Israel has recently attacked the Syrian government again. Their reason for the unlawful act? Well, they were concerned that the Syrian government was handing weapons to Hezbollah, the same old excuse that they used over and over again. Intelligence Minister Israel Katz said:
“I can’t, of course, relate to reports about the Israel Defense Forces’ attack in Syria, but regardless, Israel’s position is clear: smuggling arms to Hezbollah is a red line in our eyes.”
Can this claim be verified by corroborating evidence? Can Israel support this thesis by presenting serious facts other than the claim itself? Well, the regime has never presented anything serious to the international community. And no Zionist outlet has ever challenged them.
And how many times have they attacked the Syrian government since 2012? Over 100 times. Sometimes when that happens, the New York Times would come up with misleading titles such as “Syria Blames Israel for Attack on Damascus Airport.”
They couldn’t dare write something like, “Israel Unlawfully Bombed Damascus Airport” because that would implicitly say that the international community would have to question Israel’s motive. They had to put a spin on it because we all know that the Syrian government is a bad regime, right? We all know that the Assad is mad because he relentlessly used chemical weapons on his own people, right?
The Syrian government has asked the UN Security Council to condemn Israel’s recent attack, but there is no sign that they will do so.
Here are a few questions for lawyers, legislators and government officials out there: what do you do with a person who constantly violates the law? What if you have enough evidence to show that the same person has a history of getting involved in criminal activities? Do you ignore it as if everything is fine? Or do you proceed to prosecute the person? If the person gets convicted, do you let him go and tell him, “Hey, here’s a check for 3 billion dollars”?
Then why isn’t much of the Western world even attempting to prosecute Israel for its relentless crimes in the Middle East? Russia has asked the Israelis to provide serious explanations for their attacks on Syria in the past, but the regime apparently is not listening at all because they are working with an essentially Talmudic/satanic ideology which seeks to destroy virtually the entire Middle East. For its own good, Russia needs to press Israel on this issue because continued attacks by the regime challenges Russia’s very presence in the region.
As it turns out, the recent attack on the Syrian government is not about stopping Hezbollah from acquiring military weapons. Israel has been quite upset because Assad has been winning the war against ISIS and other terrorist cells supported by Israel in the region. It has been reported that
“the city of Deir ez-Zor, the biggest in the country’s east and the last stronghold of the Daesh terrorist group, has been completely liberated. After the three-year-long siege of Deir ez-Zor was broken on September 5, the Syrian government forces announce they have cleared the city from last Daesh fighters, which marks another key defeat for the terrorist group, which has recently lost most of the territory it occupied during the Daesh rampage across Syria and Iraq in 2014.
“Earlier a military news service run by the Syrian army’s ally Hezbollah has reported, that the Syrian army gained control of al-Hamidiya, Sheikh Yassin, al-Ardhi and al-Rashidia districts, and prepared to enter the final district held by terrorists.”
That is indeed a bad news for the Israeli regime. They know that they are losing the war in Syria; they know that Assad, with the help of Russia, is destroying ISIS; they know that Assad is stronger; they know that they haven’t been able to fool everyone with their deliberate fabrications, complete hoaxes, and just plain lies. Their only recourse is to attack the Syrian government on false charges.
Well, the world is waking up, and the Israeli regime will find it hard every year to convince people of reason about their diabolical plan. More importantly, people of reason will never bow down to their claptrap.
 “Syria war: Israeli jets ‘strike factory near Homs,’” BBC, November 1, 107.
 “Syria Blames Israel for Attack on Damascus Airport,” NY Times, April 2, 2017.
 “Syria calls on U.N. Security Council to condemn Israeli strikes,” Reuters, November 3, 2017.
 “Russia summons Israeli ambassador to explain air raids in Syria,” Guardian, March 20, 2017; “Russia wants Israeli explanation for ‘aggressive actions’ in Syria,” Jerusalem Post, December 8, 2014.
 “Syrian Army Fully Liberates City of Deir ez-Zor From Daesh,” Sputnik News, November 3, 2017.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.