To truly understand this, you must realize that it is an admitted fact by both Israeli and US officials that Israel created Hamas in order to offset secular Palestinian nationalism, radicalize the Palestinian population through deliberate provocation, and deliberately prevent a peaceful settlement. Consider the points noted by Washington’s Blog that are raised in this United Press International (UPI) report:
, beginning in the late 1970s, Tel Aviv gave direct and indirect financial aid to Hamas over a period of years. Israel “aided Hamas directly — the Israelis wanted to use it as a counterbalance to the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization),” said Tony Cordesman, Middle East analyst for the Center for Strategic [and International] Studies. Israel’s support for Hamas “was a direct attempt to divide and dilute support for a strong, secular PLO by using a competing religious alternative,” said a former senior CIA official. According to documents United Press International obtained from the Israel-based Institute for Counter Terrorism, Hamas evolved from cells of the Muslim Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928. Islamic movements in Israel and Palestine were “weak and dormant” until after the 1967 Six Day War in which Israel scored a stunning victory over its Arab enemies. (emphasis added)
In the end, as Hamas set up a very comprehensive counterintelligence system, many collaborators with Israel were weeded out and shot. Violent acts of terrorism became the central tenet, and Hamas, unlike the PLO, was unwilling to compromise in any way with Israel, refusing to acquiesce in its very existence. But even then, some in Israel saw some benefits to be had in trying to continue to give Hamas support: “The thinking on the part of some of the right-wing Israeli establishment was that Hamas and the others, if they gained control, would refuse to have any part of the peace process and would torpedo any agreements put in place,” said a U.S. government official who asked not to be named. Israel would still be the only democracy in the region for the United States to deal with,” he said. All of which disgusts some former U.S. intelligence officials.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A cyber attack by hackers on the computer of the Israeli Prime Minister’s chief of staff revealed secret information on Tel Aviv’s support for the ISIL in Iraq and the regime’s arms aids to the terrorists in Syria as well as the large-scale support of Saudi Arabia and Qatar in this respect.
The hackers managed to penetrate into the personal computer of Israeli Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff Manzar al-Safadi also known as Mandi al-Safadi, and a senior Israeli security official who works on the Syria dossier and gained valuable intelligence on Israel’s supports for terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq.
It’s All About Oil
It’s pretty sad, but the neocons and neoliberals want very much to send your boys to war to keep the price of oil high, and their pockets lined. It’s that simple; so you have to pay more at the gas pump. They’re like the Martin Shkreli of energy interests, only a thousand times worse. When a key Republican talking point is that we should derail peace talks because we might offend Israel, that means these pathetic boot licks have completely forgotten which country is, supposedly, the most powerful on earth, and which country, supposedly, bows a knee to no one.massive quarterly loss. Exxon did as well. But yes, this is why the GOP and AIPAC want war with Iran and are now openly calling for it. They think it would improve profits, and it would the minute Jeb Bush, himself an oil man, or Donald Trump or Scott Walker attacked Iran’s oil fields. To keep us all distracted, along with the Iranian boogeymen, is ISIS. This synthetic terrorist branch is designed to drag us into the middle east again, and again, it is all about oil. This is Bibi’s handiwork.
However, Israel is the only middle eastern ally that has not attacked ISIS. Why?
The US, England, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and others have launched air attacks against ISIS. Even Iran, which Netanyahu describes as the greatest Islamic threat in the world, has gone after ISIS and actually lost troops in the process. Why not our “greatest and most powerful ally” in the area? It’s not like ISIS doesn’t have the reach. Even China offered to hit ISIS with air strikes, an extremely unusual foreign policy anomaly in and of itself. In a Feb 17 2015 story that gets “curiouser and curiouser” journalist Benjamin Fulford writes:
“The campaign against the Israeli based ISIS pseudo-Islamic army is also gaining traction. The United Nations observers stationed at the Israeli Syrian border have confirmed that ISIS is working closely with the Israelis.”
We already know how John McCain helped create and arm ISIS in an attempt to topple Syrian President Assad. Here he is with ISIS leaders in 2013. This suggests that ISIS may indeed be Israeli-based and mercenary. Is this why Israel refuses to attack them, even after the recent beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians, and the recent killing of 45 prisoners, this by burning them alive?
Does it also explain the curious lack of Jewish victims in ISIS terrorist attacks? We’ve seen Muslims and Christians slaughtered almost exclusively when historically Islamic extremists target Jews. It’s not like ISIS doesn’t have the reach. The threat to Israel is Netanyahu’s biggest call to arms.
What an ISIS Mask Can’t Hide: Their Psychology
The very psychology of ISIS fighters is totally inconsistent with the Islamic terrorists of the past. They crucify people, they burn them alive, they completely defile Islam, yet typical of mercenaries they don’t appeal to suicide bombings. Mercenaries fight for no cause greater than money, so they won’t blow themselves up because they can’t enjoy the spoils of war if they’re dead. Mercenary armies never appeal to suicide bombings because they tend to lack volunteers, but they can stage them just by planting a car bomb on an unwitting member’s vehicle and pointing him somewhere. This doesn’t mean they can’t recruit fanatics for suicide runs, but it is to say it hasn’t been their standard fare. This comment addresses the English-speaking producers of ISIS terror videos, which are extremely polished and literally done with a western-style professional production company typically associated with an intelligence agency’s PSYOP department. We’re talking videos with professional editing, scoring, boom, multiple camera placements, graphics, CGI, and directors. If you can stomach it, watch the video of the Jordanian pilot and the first impression you get is that it was done by a news agency rather than terrorist fighters. You would expect to see something less polished, like the videos drug cartels make when they kill off members of rival cartels.
A genuine Islamic terrorist, like any terrorist, has no qualms about killing himself for what he perceives as a higher cause because his deeply misguided convictions transcend materialism. In fact, a recent article in RT illustrates that clearly:
Islamic terrorists aren’t in the habit of burning each other. It is against their religion. In regards to a Muslim Jordanian pilot that was recently burned alive and videotaped, we hear this:
Ahmed al-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of the al-Azhar mosque in Cairo, and widely considered the world’s most influential Sunni Muslim cleric, condemned the “satanic” Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), calling for its members to be “killed, crucified or to have their limbs amputated“ in revenge for the gruesome execution.
UN observers identified direct contact between IDF (Israeli Defense) forces and ISIS soldiers, including giving medical care to ISIS fighters.
Reports by UN observers in the Golan submitted to 15 members of Security Council detail regular contact between IDF officers and armed Syrian opposition figures at the border.
The claim of ISIS being a mercenary army is quantified. That’s how it started. Here’s a telling article from Feb 17, 2015, RT:
[Dean] Parker recalled a particularly harrowing experience of observing the Islamic State fighters abusing and killing a prisoner. He described “fair-skinned” IS fighters parading a captive before the Kurdish positions, beating him bloody, and then executing him. “After a few minutes of throwing him around like a ragdoll, one of them grabbed the guy by the back of his shirt, pulled him away from the group, and cut his throat. After that, “they were all high-fiving each other and waving at us.”
Regardless, the US has owned up to its mistake and is attacking ISIS, but Israel hasn’t. They have done nothing in the war against them. Why not? If bombed, would ISIS retaliate by exposing the IDF’s tacit support? In fact, not only has the IDF been reluctant to attack ISIS, on January 20, 2015 Israel actually killed an Iranian general that was in Syria to help the Syrian army fight ISIS! Whatever the case may be, Netanyahu is campaigning on a platform of being the only one who can save Israel from ISIS, the same euphemistically called the “Syrian opposition figures”! That is, indeed, the definition of “a coward and chickenshit.”
Why Bibi is the Arrogant Fuck that He Is
“America won’t get in the way… America can be easily moved… 80% of Americans support us. It’s absurd.” Benjamin Netanyahu
Ever wonder why Congress would do something so ridiculously sycophantic as giving Benjamin Netanyahu 15 standing ovations? or inviting him to speak before the House when he tried to scuttle the Iran nuclear deal? Ever wonder the US always sides with Israel in the UN, no matter what the issue, or why you can boycott an American company but not an Israeli one without being penalized by your university for “anti-Semitism”? This is why…
Understanding the Federal Reserve and the Rothschild banking dynasty
Jacob Rothschild Confronted Deputy Israeli Foreign Minister Tzachi Hanegbi on Netanyahu’s planned speech hoping to derail Iranian nuclear talks by having Congress force economic sanctions:
“The Republicans know, as the president has already made clear, that he will veto this legislation. So in order to pass legislation that overcomes the veto, two-thirds are required in the Senate. So if the prime minister can persuade another one or two or another three or four, this could have weight,” he said.
Understanding Rothschild symbolism in American currency, and elsewhere.
Americans who watch too much tv may be easily moved, but none more so than Congressmen who take money from Netanyahu’s AIPAC lobbyists. It is a blind and unquestioning support, and as Bibi says “it’s absurd.” It is a tacit acknowledgement, and apparent wonder, at just how deep the “Bibi Fetish” idiocy runs in his supporters on the Hill.
“In a new report from the UN, it is revealed that the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) were maintaining regular contact with members of the so-called Islamic State since May of 2013. Initial reports from the IDF stated that this was only for medical care for civilians, but that story fell apart when the UN observers identified direct contact between IDF forces and ISIS soldiers, including giving medical care to ISIS fighters. Observations even included the transfer of two crates from the IDF to ISIS forces, the contents of which have not been confirmed at this time. Further the UN report identified what the Syrians label a crossing point of forces between Israel and ISIS, a point of concern brought before the UN Security Council. This report from the UN strengthens the claims by the Syrian regime that Israel is heavily involved in operations within the nation.”…
“When the United States began operations against ISIS, Israeli high command seemed reluctant to give any support and called the move a mistake. The support of ISIS fits in with Israeli concerns in the region, namely that of Syria and Iran, and U.S. opposition to ISIS has put the United States in the awkward position of once again arming the enemies we will be fighting tomorrow.”
Americans can be easily moved, and disregarded. The Mossad spy ring noted here also leaked the details of upcoming Iranian meeting with Obama regarding the production of nuclear arms, hoping to derail the talks. But even Israel’s own spies contradict the prime minister’s hysterical, frothing at the mouth, tiresome claims.