Barak Orders Israeli Military to Prepare for Syria Invasion — News from Antiwar.com

In an interview with Israeli Channel 10 today Defense Minister Ehud Barak confirmed that he has ordered the military to prepare for a full-scale invasion of neighboring Syria, with the goal of seizing weapons from the Syrian military, currently embroiled in a civil war.

Barak sought to justify the move, saying that it was possibleSyria might transfer “anti-aircraft missiles” or even chemical weapons to Hezbollah, a militant faction operating out of neighboring Lebanon.

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Barak Orders Israeli Military to Prepare for Syria Invasion — News from Antiwar.com.

Syria says will use chemical weapons if attacked

An American military analyst says by using its international assets to launch “false-flag” terror attacks against certain targets and by framing Iran, Israel is bent on making the US attack the Islamic Republic and fomenting World War IIIPress TV reports.

“We are watching a plan take shape, one devised in Tel Aviv, making use of ‘assets’ around the world, meant to culminate in orchestrated ‘false-flag’ terror attacks which Israeli influence in the media, vast influence, can use to create an atmosphere enabling an attack on Iran by the United States,” Gordon Duff said in an article published on Press TV website.

Read more here: www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/21/252077/israel-pushing-for-world-war-iii/

 

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9 thoughts on “Barak Orders Israeli Military to Prepare for Syria Invasion — News from Antiwar.com

  1. What this fellow is not saying, and doing so loudly, is the IDF performed appallingly against Hamas in Lebanon a few years ago. I get the feeling we will see a false flag on Tel Aviv very soon. Israel’s conscripts are not motivated. Their brutality towards Arab civilians has shown this up.
    This is not the army of 1967 or 1973. Israel is not threatened by Syria. The loyal Syrians will fight tooth and nail if invaded. And Egypt?

    Barak makes noises, he cannot depend on European Nato support, he will look to involve the US very early on. This is not Iraq or Afghanistan. I wonder how Israel will cope if caught on several fronts again.

    The next chapter is not for the faint hearted.

    • I fell off my chair laughing.

      There is a certain air of superiority they try to project they claim to know their region and speak for what is best in the middle east, so why is it that they depend so much on US and NATO.
      I coming to the conclusion that there is only one destabilizing element in that part of the world and its not who the msm would like us to think.

  2. To appreciate Israel is to visit. What they have achieved is commendable. Their one great fault? They forcibly displaced another people to achieve it. Millions of refugees still live in squalor because of the actions of zionism.
    Now one interesting fact about zionism. It is a “political” entity. It is lumped together to include all Jewry and Israel. A deliberate ploy so the charge of anti semitism can be brought. An age old trick, they even managed to, along with German guilt, have a Holocaust Denial law passed in the EU. Yes, it is an punishable offence to say it did not happen. Sounds pretty fascistic to me. The very tactic employed by Hitler and Stalin.

    Therein lies the truth of zionism. Its proponents include the richest dynasties on Earth. The ones who control via debt, yes their are none zionists within their number. However they manipulated Britain into building an empire, their commercial activities allowed a minority to influence way beyond their rightful place. Collapse that empire and use the US, that rather than stand on your own feet. I heard one fanatical orthodox rabbi heckling we “goy”. That frightened me, made me question, made me seek truth.

    See how the trick works? Encourage anti semitism, make it work in your favour. Even the damnable UN never questions, never criticises. The US is infiltrated at every level, as is the EU.

    Now, religion is a mans own business. His beliefs are his, they should not impinge on others, or dictate how others shall live. Accept that and we can all live in relative harmony. Take that belief and use it to further political and military ambition, then you have a recipe for hell on earth. A recipe for constant war, waged in the name of God.

    I make no claim as to special insight, The Vatican bears as much fault, as does radical Islam. This goes back centuries. However, lift the curtain and start to sift, filter out the truth. It is amazing that other countries and peoples have been, still are, manipulated by usury. Influenced for a wider, largely unseen agenda. The fact that this agendas proponents firmly believes one section of humanity is better than the rest, well that speaks volumes to me.

    • I would say I am Christian and have read the Bible and Qur’an, I currently reside in Buddhist country and have visited Orthodox Christian countries.
      In my exposure to these different religions I have noticed that the core of all religion is tolerance and understanding.
      That is why it fails to make sense to me that so many follow radical elements of these different religions.
      They teach ideas that are in direct conflict to the core of their religion.
      I think the problem is when religion is mixed with politics, they are water and oil and should be kept separate.

      When the peoples of the world can achieve this along with allowing people to worship who they please we will be on the right track.Faith is important and should be a part of peoples lives.

      As always Cromwellswar your comments have me thinking and I am sure anyone else who takes the time to read and ponder your words will reach a revelation.

      Like you say anyone who considers themselves above another class of people is on a slippery slope history teaches us that.

      • Thank you Cheese. Your observations are spot on. I married into a multi culti firm. It has worked because we are tolerant, respect and agree to differ.
        Yes, faith and the state do not make for comfortable bedfellows. My ancestors went into battle singing Psalms, I did with a padres blessings ringing in my ears. My conclusions are as yours. When we allow and tolerate difference, experience on a personal level others ways, well we are on the right track.

        I thought whilst writing this of our Israeli friend, went to her blog for another look. It is filled with pride. Pride that is a toxic mix of faith and nationalism, intolerance and lack of open, free thought.

        I thank God for the place I find myself in today. To be elsewhere would not be an acceptable state of affairs.

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