In recent years Israel has unleashed a wide variety of military attacks on its Middle Eastern neighbors, perpetrating crimes against humanity in Gaza, the West Bank, and Lebanon. It is not surprise that a colonial state such as Israel is now capitalizing on the Syrian civil war and bombing Syrian economic and military targets, generally with a very high proportion of civilian casualties. So far this year, the Israeli air force has struck Syria 6 times, in an attempt to undermine the country’s heroic and popular resistance against Al-Qaeda terrorists and various other foreign-backed Jihadist mercenaries.
Israel’s brazen and wanton destruction is an important contribution to the suffering of the Syrian people, who now mourn more than 100,000 civilian victims, where the killings are excused with cynical, sinister, and dangerous excuses and complaints. The evidence points to something obvious: Israel actively supports the presence of Al-Qaeda in Syria to undermine the secular and nationalist Ba’athist government, as they seek to undermine the allies of Assad in Lebanon and Iran.
Israeli attacks on Syrian military bases show clearly the Zionist desire to continue the terrorist acts of Jihadists against the civilians of Syria. In plain terms, the Middle East as a whole is dealing with the problem of a tactical alliance between Jewry and extremist Sunni Muslim elements.
These acts of Israeli aggression also set the stage for provoking something more dangerous. Israel’s violent actions could provoke a response from Damascus that would undoubtedly cause the Zionist-bloc (USA, Britain, Turkey, etc) to have an excuse to declare war and invade the country. After Israel’s latest air-strike on November 1st 2013, Jewish organizations across the political/religious spectrum and around the world, from self-proclaimed ‘peaceniks’ to neo-conservatives, justified these bombs dropped on civilians as “Jewish morality bombs” (righteous and moral Jewish bombs).
Other news has come out that the pilots of the Israeli Air force are using Syria as an “experimental laboratory” to test radar, communication systems, flight plans, and the accuracy of their air-to-ground missiles, jamming and combat-readiness for an attack on Iranian facilities. Another reason for attacks against Syrian munitions storages is to prevent the possibility of these materials being routed to Hizbollah, which fights Israel in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and their allies continue to collaborate with Israel, ever since the start of the Syrian crisis in March 2011. Saudi Arabia is one of the top financers of the terrorists and mercenaries fighting on behalf of Al-qaeda, and Israel’s air force is basically serving on behalf of this murderous organization.
The Middle East has always been a mosaic of complex alliances and ever changing balances of power. During the last decade, the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia have been focused on overthrowing the secular governments of the region in order to prevent the emergence of social-nationalist Arab movements who may be able to quell religious tensions (particularly between Sunnis and Shi’ites) and unite as a challenge against Zionist scenarios in the Middle East. But time is passing and situations and conditions continue to change. In Iraq, the United States’ disastrous invasion has led to a country that is sunk in chaos, with large numbers of people dying every day, while the self-sufficient Iran increases its influence in the region. In Afghanistan, the so-called “war on terror” has further impoverished the country, and as soon as the United States departs it is likely the Taliban will take back power in Kabul. Washington temporarily lost Egypt, but its American-trained paid asset General Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi is slated to take full power, however the situation in the country is out of control. Jordan’s King Abdullah, who is still on the payroll of the CIA and Mossad, has turned his country into a NATO satrapy, where those who question this authority are on the receiving end of harsh violence in the Jordanian police state. Various corrupt Arab Gulf monarchies preside over their oppressed people while using their immense oil wealth to finance Islamic terrorists in the region and abroad. The legitimacy of their political and religious support is fragile in the eyes of the people, as they would not be able to do this without the facilitation via petrodollars, bombs, and military bases of the United States. The fact that Saudis are openly cooperating with Jews against an Arab state like Syria is an act of desperation, and a dangerous one that will eventually bring them severe political and social blowback.
Both Syria and Iran are eager to initiate peace processes with the help of Russia in order to avoid a wider conflict in the Middle East. If they manage to succeed, the benefits of security, peace and independence will be of immense benefit for the peoples of the Eastern Mediterranean as well as the European people in general. Economically speaking, everyone will also reap the benefit of low oil and natural gas prices, but unfortunately these are not in the interest of Zionist and American geopolitical interests.
At this moment the Middle East stands at a crossroads between peace and a return of small-scale wars that can spiral into global conflicts. The Samaras-Venizelos coalition government of Greece, loyal and servile to Zionist Jewish interests, unfortunately, have decided to help the Israeli Air force try and bring Al-Qaeda to power in Syria.