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Saturday, April 29, 2017

ISIS Is a Tool of Israel

      Have you ever wondered why ISIS never attacks Israel?  I mean, they're right on Israel's doorstep - bordering the country, in fact, in the Golan Heights region of Syria.  These guys are supposed to be "radical Islamic terrorists" who will kill anyone who stands in the way of constructing an Islamic State in the Middle East, right?  And they never so much as fire a few rounds of ammunition across the border into their supposed arch-nemesis "evil Jews"? And why do we keep hearing reports that arms shipments travel VIA Israel to ISIS in Syria?  Why does the mainstream media ignore these questions?
     There is an easy answer, of course - but it's politically incorrect, even "unthinkable":  ISIS is a tool of Israel.  Is it a coincidence that their initials I-S-I-S mirror those of the Israeli State Intelligence Services - I-S-I-S?  Coincidence, right? So how did ISIS (the terrorists) manage to pop up out of nowhere in 2014 to control half of Syria and Iraq?  Who is funding them? Where do they get their weapons? Where do the endless stream of fighters come from?  Who trains them? And why do NONE of them go after Israel?  Why does US Senator John McCain meet with its leaders? And why do these leaders APOLOGIZE to Israel every time they mistakenly fire upon an Israeli asset?  Serious researchers and truthseekers need to follow up on such questions.  The truth will disturb you.

            ISIS Apologized To Israel For Attacking IDF Soldiers

                              Authored by Tyler Durden on, April 28, 2017

In a curious incident that is certain to provoke questions about the proximity, not to mention fund flow, between Israel and ISIS the former Israeli Defense Minister, cited by the Times of Israel, said that  Islamic State terrorists have on at least one occasion “apologized” to Israel for mistakenly attacking IDF soldiers in the occupied Golan Heights. The disclosure may also provide some insight into why after reportedly attacking virtually every religion and ethnicity in the region, there have been virtually no documented attacks by the Islamic State on Israel or its citizens.

Discussing the wider Israeli policy of “neutrality” in Syria, former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon accidentally admitted that Israel has an open communications channel with an Islamic State cell which operates in Gollan Heights.

“There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said on Saturday, quoted by the Times of Israel.

Asked to expand on his controversial statement, Ya’alon’s office refused to elaborate. The IDF also declined to comment. Under Israeli law, any communication with terrorists is considered illegal, unless of course the Israel state covertly does not consider ISIS terrorists.

Ya’alon served as Israel's Defense Minister from 2013 until his resignation in May 2016, and his comments were reportedly referring to the first direct incident involving clashes between Israel and Islamic State terrorists. In that incident which took place last November, the Shuhada al-Yarmouk cell, which has pledged allegiance to ISIS, exchanged fire with Israeli forces after the IDF's Golani Brigade crossed the security fence with Syria to conduct an “ambush operation.”

Former Israeli defense minister Moshe 'Bogie' Ya'alon speaks at the Hebrew University

While the official Israeli position is pursuing neutrality in the Syrian conflict, Tel Aviv has on several occasions engaged Syrian military targets in Syria - most recently on Wednesday - usually under the pretext of preventing the alleged transfer of weapons to Hezbollah, considered a terrorist group by Israel. Last month, Tel Aviv confirmed conducting airstrikes on several targets in Syria, after Damascus activated its air defense system against the IDF jets.

While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has justified the repeated incursions, explaining that IDF planes targeted a Hezbollah weapons convoy, Damascus has said that the Israeli strikes only benefit the Islamic State and other terrorist groups. Earlier this month the Syrian President Bashar Assad once again blamed Israel of helping militants terrorizing his country.

"You can assume that these terrorists are fighting for Israel. If they aren't part of the regular Israeli army, they're fighting for Israel. Israel has common goals with Turkey, the United States, France, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries,” Ynet quoted Assad as as saying.

“Israel is working on helping these terrorists wherever the Syrian army is advancing. It attacks in one form or another to provide them with assistance, and to stop the Syrian army’s momentum in the face of the terrorists,” the Syrian leader added.

In light of Ya'alon's comments, Assad may have been right.

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