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General News    H3'ed 6/27/14

ISIS (DAASH) Now Recruiting in Palestinian Camps in Lebanon--Which Are Ready to Explode

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As Washington and London were affirming the past few days their intentions to continue to arm "moderate rebel factions" in Syria, Tel Aviv just announced it would like to be helpful by joining with "moderate Arab nations" to battle their mutual Muslim enemies.

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Israel offered on 6/26/14 to help "moderate" Arab nations who may feel threatened by the lightning land grabbing offensive by Islamic militants in Iraq. As its foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman, an arch Zionist Islamophobe and Arabphobe, met with Secretary of State John Kerry in Paris, he reportedly talked sweet about some Arabs and told Kerry that "the extremists currently operating in Iraq and Syria will try to challenge the stability in the entire Gulf region, first of all in Kuwait." A statement from his office added that "Israel could provide effective and reliable assistance to moderate Arab states who are dealing with extremists."

Just a few days after visiting Iraq, and being briefed on the pathetic situation, Kerry seems intrigued by the Zionist idea and noted according to a senior U.S. official, that it is "important that countries in the region (including Israel) stand together against the (ISIS) threat."

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Basically "Israel wants to do what Shite Iran has started doing" he continued, which according to the New York Times is flying surveillance drones over Iraq and sending military equipment to help Baghdad fight the Sunni insurgents. Except Israel wants to arm the Sunni tribes in league with the West and the Gulf monarchies and not arm the Shia.

Israeli officials and AIPAC are arguing to Washington that Israeli interests were converging with moderate Arab nations and "both sides should be dealing with the threat of Iran, world jihad and al-Qaida, as well as the spill-over of conflicts in Syria and in Iraq to neighboring countries." The Israeli embassy issued a statement, "Today, (6/26/14) there is a basis for the creation of a new diplomatic-political structure in the Middle East." Yet another 'New Middle East', one wonders?

This week, (6/22/14) on NBC's Meet the Press, Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu restated the half-century old Zionist project and continuing to permanently divide and control the Middle East. On the subject of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (DAASH) Netanyahu expressed the intention of his regime to continue to promote internal strife in Israel's neighboring states. "We must weaken both [Sunni and Shia Muslims]," Netanyahu said, restating his governments preferred policy to have Muslims continue fighting among themselves. "When your enemies are fighting each other, don't strengthen either one of them, weaken both," he told the American public.

While it would not be the first time the Zionist regime has worked with preferred members of the Arab League to advance its own interests, another strong incentive to ratchet up its "split the Arabs" policy is the popular spill-over political effects of the advancements of DAASH in Iraq and Syria. Briefly stated, Lebanon is awash with rumors about a "Sunni uprising" to regain what is viewed by some in Lebanon and the region as seeking justice for their substantial political and economic loses since the 2003 Bush-Blair invasion of Iraq.

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If the Gulf Kingdoms and the West agree to share information and leverage with respect to Iraq and Syria with Netanyahu & Co., it will be with the knowledge that Israel has another motive in wanting to join the coalescing forces against ISIS (DAASH). Presumably it is also is what its Lebanon based agents are surely reporting from the Palestinian camps.

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