Israel has Sold It’s Soul to Islam in the Name of “Security”

by John Galt
November 19, 2017 23:00 ET

Today on Israeli Army Radio, the Israeli government admitted a deep dark secret which many of us have suspected:

From Haaretz today:

Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said on Sunday that Israel has had covert contacts with Saudi Arabia amid common concerns over Iran, a first disclosure by a senior Israeli official of such contacts.

In an interview on Army Radio, Steinitz was asked why Israel was hiding its ties with Saudi Arabia, which does not have diplomatic ties with Israel.

Steinitz replied: ”We have ties that are indeed partly covert with many Muslim and Arab countries, and usually (we are) the party that is not ashamed.

“It’s the other side that is interested in keeping the ties quiet. With us, usually, there is no problem, but we respect the other side’s wish, when ties are developing, whether it’s with Saudi Arabia or with other Arab countries or other Muslim countries, and there is much more … (but) we keep it secret.”

Excuse me? So the so-called conspiracy theorists (of which I have been accused of being a member of) are now validated when we see Israel betraying its population to engage in activities which have NOTHING to do with its national security in order to enhance “their” version of Middle East stability?

Why is this important?

In southwestern Syria earlier today, the Syrian Arab Army, a highly fragmented but now more stable force than four years ago, succeeded in an offensive maneuver to remove elements of Al-Qaeda and/or ISIS terrorist forces from the Golan Heights region bordering Israel Defense Force controlled territory. Their reward for killing actual terrorists?

From Al-Masdar and numerous other news sources in the region:

BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:45 P.M.) – Minutes ago, the Israeli military once again targeted the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) near the occupied Golan Heights.

According to a report from the Syrian military, an Israeli tank fired two rounds towards the army’s positions in the Qasr Al-Naqr area.

The report added that the tank rounds hit an empty area.

This latest attack by the Israeli military marks the second time this month that their forces have targeted the Syrian Arab Army in the Al-Quneitra Governorate.

In other words, today is an expansion on the attacks on the SAA (Syrian Arab Army) when they engage actual terrorists which are involved and engaged to create a conflict between the Syrian government and Israel. Why is this important?

Israel has to be acting as an agent for Saudi Arabia which has neither the military resources nor alliances (aka, Jordan) which will engage Syria or Russia to invade Lebanon to eject pro-Iranian forces currently in control. Henceforth this sadly expands and validates a “theory” into becoming fact that the United States either supports or ignores actions which are designed to support or defend ISIS and Al Qaeda fighters in Syria for Saudi and our own globalist purposes.

The Syrian government, nor Hezbollah is no match for Israel hence the question has to be asked:

Why is Israel acting on the behest of the Gulf States, especially Saudi Arabia, unless there is a promise to guarantee a steady supply of Israeli natural gas from the Mediterranean to Europe in cooperation with the Saudi plans for a pipeline from the Gulf region?

The answer is obvious.

I am a strong supporter of the state of Israel. However, when they engage as mercenaries on the behest of the Saudi Kingdom, as America has done (and still does), I wonder if their nation has fallen into the Kissinger Trap, which entangles all major powers into a globalist cabal which destabilizes, rather than enhances regional security.

  • tom

    Maybe the Israelis and Saudis are getting ready to take on their common enemy…Iran. Syria and Iran are tight. In fact the Iranians have some troops in Syria. Could this have been a message to Iran?

    • I don’t think Israel nor Saudi are capable of taking on our out Iran without starting a nuclear war.

    • Whacked2

      Hezbollah in Syria and Iraq are gutted. Iran wants to impose their will but the GCC says otherwise – as Iranian Militia no different to the terrorists. Shia and Sunni are living in Peace. KSA has changed over past 8 years – gradual and for the good.
      All I say is that give peace a chance.
      MBS will be a great a leader as those before him that started implementing the reformist policies.
      In 1979 the Royals had no choice but to embrace Wahhibism (sp) or be destroyed – overthrown. The process of reform is slow – but milestones being reached. There is the Sunni and Shi’a alliance now and Jews recognised – no violence.
      Iran mullahs have been warned – earlier this year – the so called terrorists made it through to their parliament – but none caught – I call that a dry run.
      Putin and Mullahs met recently – without fanfare – an ‘urgent’ discussion on pipeline through to India – in his speech afterwards apologised to the people for jamming the streets with his motorcade – something the mullahs never do.
      People responded in kind – Putin wants the economic relationship – regardless as to who is in power.
      If Lebanon goes – so do the Iranian leadership – as they are the command and control centre.
      See how MSM handles the reform.

      • The problem the KSA faces is not what most Westerners perceive. It is a tribal nation united only because the various family leaders have been paid off for almost a century. The nation is facing a huge financial crisis, unrest in its Eastern provinces, and a war it is losing on its southern border which is bleeding their military dry as they had been misled by Obama that they would intervene with the KSA to attack Iranian interests in Yemen. If anything, MbS has to succeed and quickly or there will be a civil war after the next Hajj inside the kingdom, fomented and promoted by Iran and others looking to destabilize the region.

        • Whacked2

          Our old way of thinking about KSA can only change once one relies that this reformist position has been going on through two successive Kings. They themselves were not idiots – fully aware of the situation that would develop and set about reforming the Kingdom.
          When one realises this – then the Gulf Cooperation Council – which consists of 73 member states – one realises the progress that they have made.
          Not tribal – progressive.
          Now Harari (Lebanon) resigned due to threats from Hezbollah and he stated that he would not return to Lebanon as “he feared Hezbollah.”
          So what has happened since his resignation that has seen this position change?
          I made a few comments in regard to GCC/KSA commando’s in Lebanon – so what did these troops do – which has not only changed the military landscape- but the political landscape?
          Harari returns to Lebanon without fear of Hezbollah (remember also that KSA declared war against both Lebanon and Iran).
          Then Lebanon declares it is a neutral state and will remain friends with both KSA – Iran.
          Please open your mind to new possibilities – remember that these reformist policies have been in full swing for some time and not reported in the mainstream press.
          Peace in the Middle East is coming – within 2 years – and that will then confirm all that has happened.
          Have faith in people.
          Believe the impossible is possible.
          Then smile when the world awakens to this new ‘peaceful’ agenda of secular cities and a technological advanced kingdom that undertook these reformist changes right under everyone’s nose.
          P.S. Also Trump has signalled advanced weaponry to Lebanon – this would not have occured if under control of Hezbollah – that was my confirmation that all was going according to plan.

  • When the KSA officially renounces Wahhabism, then I’ll believe it. Until then, never kiss the lips of a snake.

  • tom
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