01 September 2009

Syria Readys for Israel

Syria’s Defense Minister is one sharp cookie. He sees clearly what’s taking place worldwide between the US and Israel, and he’s not about to ignore it. The following article is from Ynet an Israeli Zionist rag, but never mind, I’ll deal with the “hasbara” attempts of selective memory loss further down the post: First this:
Syrian DM tells troops to prepare for 'dangers ahead'

General Habib urges troops to increase training for 'challenges, dangers ahead', says 'Zionist movement taking uprecedented steps, is source for concern.'

Speaking at a ceremony marking the 61st anniversary of the establishment of the Syrian Navy, Habib said that "the Zionist movement is taking unprecedented racist steps and is a source for concern worldwide," adding that Syria was at one of its most sensitive times ever.

Peres told Solana in his meeting, "If Assad is interested in peace with Israel, he must take the route of direct negotiations, without preconditions."
Ok, here comes the “hasbara” section:
In reference to Hezbollah, Peres said that it is "Syria's reservist army that acts as a terrorist organization in all manners in Syria's service. Assad needs to make a decision whether he wants peace or continued conflict. I think peace with Syria should be attempted, but there is not need to make use of mediators."
So, having an army to defend your country is a terrorist act, especially when it's an army that whipped Israels butt in the last war. And now for the "memory loss" section:
He added that it must be remembered that Israel is in the Golan Heights because it was attacked and has a right to ensure that it will not be attacked again.
Didn’t you just love that last line there? This one to be exact: “it must be remembered that Israel is in the Golan Heights because it was attacked and has a right to ensure that it will not be attacked again” Now, I understand it’s hard for Israel to admit any fault for why an army had the cheek to fight back. I mean, why on earth would they expect a country that’s been invaded by Israel to actually want to defend itself from the rogue nuclear armed state next door. Hmmm, perhaps Israel should refer to Wiki for the answers as to who has the history of invading it’s neighbours:
After the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict, Lebanon became home to more than 110,000 Palestinian refugees from their homes in present day Israel. By 1975, they numbered more than 300,000, The PLO became a powerful force and played an important role in the Lebanese Civil War. Continual violence occurred between Israel and the PLO from 1968, With the signing of the Israel/Egyptian peace treaty in 1979 the Likud Government of Israel hardened its attitude to the Arab world and became more aggressive.[5]

One of the reasons for the invasion, according to Sheldon L. Richman was "the discrediting and destruction of the PLO, which, by June 1982, had observed its cease-fire with Israel for about a year and had been pursuing a diplomatic strategy."[20]. Despite the PLO having observed the ceasefire, Israel continued looking for the "internationally recognized provocation" that Secretary of State Alexander Haig said would be necessary to obtain American support for an Israeli invasion of Lebanon.[21]

The First Lebanon War, began on 6 June 1982, when the Israel Defense Forces invaded southern Lebanon
Oh My goodness, it was Israel who attacked Lebanon AGAIN. Imagine that. So the Lebanon war in 2006 was simply a remnant of unfinished business from the original beginning of the war, which, I might ad, was begun by Israel.. and it even went so far as to create an “"internationally recognized provocation" Translation, they created a situation by provocation, so they could invade Lebanon with the blessings of the USA. You know, much like they are now doing in Gaza. Some things never change. So let’s talk about the Golan Heights then:
Golan Heights remain a highly contested land straddling the borders of Syria and Israel. Two-thirds of the area is currently governed by Israel. The United Nations,[1] the United States,[2] the European Union,[3] the United Kingdom,[4] the Arab League,[5] the International Committee of the Red Cross,[6] Amnesty International,[7] and Human Rights Watch[8] consider the Golan Heights to be territory occupied by Israel and not part of Israel proper. Israel has controlled most of the Golan since the Six Day War in 1967. In 1981, Israel passed the Golan Heights Law, which extended Israeli law and administration throughout the Israeli controlled territory,[9] a move which was condemned by the United Nations Security Council in its motion 497[10]
So Israel is occupying and colonizing part of another country illegally, sound familiar? Yet the rightful owners of the land have no right to fight back? So, using that same logic, if Canada took over parts of the northern US that’s “A-Ok” with Americans? Or if Mexico took part of Texas , that’s alright as well. America would have no right to fight back? Pardon me whilst I laugh mi arse off. Yet this same logic goes flying right out the window when it’s Israel and it’s Arab neighbours. That’s one reason why America and Israel are hated, double standards.

But hey’ lets not use facts, they get in the way of Israel’s version of history.


owl of minerva said...

about the '67 war, Moshe Dayan himself admitted that Israel had provoked syria into that war: wiki:
In 1997, years after Dayan died, an Israeli journalist, Rami Tal, published conversations he had with Dayan in 1976. In that conversation Dayan claimed that 80 percent of the cross-border clashes between Israel and Syria in the years before the war were a result of Israeli provocation (Dayan was not Defense minister at the time). He confessed[5][6]:

I know how at least 80 percent of the clashes there started. In my opinion, more than 80 percent, but let's talk about 80 percent. It went this way: We would send a tractor to plough someplace where it wasn't possible to do anything, in the demilitarized area, and knew in advance that the Syrians would start to shoot. If they didn't shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance farther, until in the end the Syrians would get annoyed and shoot. And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that's how it was.

Also, later, he regretted it as:

I made a mistake in allowing the Israel conquest of the Golan Heights. As defense minister I should have stopped it because the Syrians were not threatening us at the time [fourth day of the war].

Greg Bacon said...

Besides having high ground, the Golan Heights also had springs, water that the Zionist entity will do anything to control.

The 5 year drought that Israel is experiencing is making Israeli's thirst for another water source and this time their eyeing Lebanon's River Litani.

Why pay for a product when you can not only steal it and get money and weapons for your trouble?


@Owl of Minerva

Hey how's thing mo chara not seen you in a while:) Good spot there,Israel is one big created rogue state that has managed to infiltrate almost every country with money, bribes and Zionist elected politicians. This has to stop, the world must stop them before they ruin this place for all of us. They are the biggest threat to peace and the root cause of anti-American hate worldwide.

AND they suck America dry taking BILLIONS off of poor out of work recession hit Americans. They are big fat leeches that America needs to free itself from once and for all.

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