12 August 2009

Plot To Widen Israeli Control In Middle East

Are we witnessing the birth of what could later be a “Game Changer” in the Middle East?

A push to bring Jews back to Iraq has begun, by a nefarious Kurdish Gentleman with friendly ties to Israel. At first glance you think this is a bizarre twist, or a nutty idea, gone bad. But then as you begin to think about things in a grander scale, the agenda becomes clear. As you read through the excerpts of this article, remember that the US will be leaving Iraq in a few years time. After all, Obama has to keep his "major" campaign promise to the American left and the world. Otherwise his image and approval ratings will furthur destruct. Also think of the larger picture of the Middle East Region and also the geographical problems Israel would face in its big dream of attacking Iran. Right now the US would need to allow Israel to fly over Iraqi airspace. That could be messy for Obama the “Hope Guru” and would not go down too well in the rest of world either. But what if Israel was able to create a “foothold” inside Iraq? It could be a game changer for the entire Middle East future. It's all about the future......
Kurdish magazine sparks wrath by urging Jews to return

ARBIL, Iraq — A new magazine in Iraq's Kurdistan region has caused furore among conservative Muslims with a rousing call for Jews to leave Israel -- and come back to Iraq.

The glossy, full-colour monthly in Kurdish and English has a lofty mission: to help solve the intractable Israeli-Palestinian conflict by convincing more than 150,000 Kurdish Jews living in Israel to return to Iraqi Kurdistan
Here comes the "Justification" next, but keep reading
"The biggest reason behind the complexity of the Palestinian problem is the unjust practices of Arab regimes against the Jews -- there are more than 1.5 million Jews originally from Arab countries in Israel,"

"If the Jews had not been subject to an exodus, the Palestinians wouldn't have been either," he said, referring to the flight of 700,000 Palestinians from the newly created Jewish state in 1948 during the first Arab-Israeli war.

"If the situation in our new federal and democratic Iraq, and particularly in Kurdistan, becomes stable, then many Jews would want to return and reduce the number of Jewish settlements in Palestine."
But many people in Iraq are not buying the argument.
I'm not buying it either, more:
"I'm suspicious. I don't see the point of this kind of publication," said Zana Rustayi, a representative of the Islamist Jamaa Islamiya party in the regional assembly.

"The Kurds are part of the Muslim nation, and Kurdistan is part of Iraq."

Iraq has no relations with Israel
Ah, but that is what this plan is all about, to change that, and gain a foothold in Iraq, more:
Mahmud Othman, a Kurdish Coalition MP in Baghdad, says that while relations with Israel may be a nice idea, such a move would not be pragmatic for a region ringed by other Muslim states.

"Kurdistan needs the Arabs. We are living in an Arab country and we are federal region within Iraq. We don't need a relationship with (Israel), we need a relationship with Arabs, we need a relationship with Iran, we need to be close to Turkey," Othman said.
Now, here comes the "tell":
The magazine, "Israel-Kurd", is the brainchild of Dawood Baghestani, the 62-year-old former chief of the autonomous northern region's human rights commission. Baghestani -- who has been to Israel four times, including on a clandestine trip in 1967 -- denies that he works for the Israelis.source
Whilst this may appear mundane at this point, fast forward a few years, it's all about the future. I smell an Israeli/CIA/US plan in the infant stages here........