March 18, 2017
With the Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah making rapid gains against ISIS amidst intense fighting in Palmyra, Israel has launched its deepest military incursion against them since the start of the civil war. With the US government pulling the plug on Al Qaeda and ISIS and Russian-Iranian-Syrian forces on the brink of ending the conflict, the Israelis are seeking to slow down their progress.
Thankfully, the Syrians are now shooting back.
The Syrian Army says Israeli military jets hit a “military target” near Palmyra in a raid overnight. In retaliation the jets were targeted by Syrian anti-aircraft missiles.
According to a Syrian Army statement, a total of four Israeli jets breached Syrian airspace on Friday morning, Reuters reports. Syria’s air defenses shot down one of the Israeli jets over “occupied ground” and damaged another.
The Israeli Army confirmed it had conducted airstrikes on several targets in Syria, Israel National News reported. However, the IDF insists that none of the jets was harmed.
“At no point was the safety of Israeli civilians or the IAF [Israeli Air Force] aircraft compromised,” an Israeli military spokesman said.
Following the breach of the country’s airspace, the Syrian Army warned Israel of “direct” retaliation “with all means at its disposal,” Haaretz reports.
A rocket siren was heard at around 3:00am Friday morning in the Jordan Valley area, after which witnesses heard an explosion.
The IDF later confirmed that the sirens were a result of Israeli airstrikes on several targets in Syria, Israel National News reports.
So this is a He Says/Jew Says scenario on whether the IAF jet was brought down. Seeing as Jews are liars and the Israeli government always hides its casualties, I am leaning towards believing the Syrian military’s claim.
People like Gavin McInnes claim they don’t understand why Israelis are more sympathetic to ISIS than they are to Donald Trump and Middle Eastern Christians.
ISIS, whether it is a direct or indirect Israeli proxy, serves to draw conflict around sectarian lines rather than national or cultural ones, with special brutality aimed at one of world Jewry’s most direct ethno-religious nemeses: the Shi’ite Muslims. As a cuckservative, McInnes thinks Jews share a world view that beams through the prism of principled abstractions. He falsely categorizes Israel as part of the “West.” Jews on the other hand don’t give a crap if their foreign or domestic policies lead to millions of goyim being killed in engineered civil wars or by trucks or bombs in Europe. They don’t consider non-Jews to be human, and believe peace and stability is the biggest threat to their plans to reorganize the region.
Would you sacrifice the lives of 1,000 cows to advance your nation’s interest? With the exception of Hindus, most would say yes. That’s the only way to make sense of Jewish realpolitik.
Rather than working with moderate Muslims and Christians towards a civilized Middle East, Jews want to break up countries like Syria into small little principalities run by head-chopping, Saudi sponsored Islamists. Israel’s occupation of Lebanon and its work fanning internal tension during the 70s, 80s and 90s is the model, though the Lebanese led by Hezbollah were eventually able to put aside their religious differences and liberate their land from Jewish occupation.
Jews almost got their wish in Syria (getting rid of Assad and putting ISIS in power), but history had other plans. Let them try and start a direct war with Syria, Iran and Russia – Tel Aviv will be turned into a glass parking lot.