August 18, 2014
In a video released to YouTube, Sharif as-Safouri, a commander of the “Free Syrian Army” insurgents fighting the government of Bashar al-Assad, admitted that he collaborated with Israel.
The Times of Israel reports that the terrorist leader “admitted to having entered Israel five times to meet with Israeli officers who later provided him with Soviet anti-tank weapons and light arms.”
Safouri also confessed that injured Syrian rebel fighters were treated in Israeli hospitals.
In the video Safouri claims that the Israelis gave assistance to the insurgents in exchange for security on Israel’s border with Syria, but this does not tell the whole story. Tel Aviv’s support of terrorists in Syria is motivated by a broader geopolitical interest in toppling the Syrian government, which is allied with Israel’s main regional enemies, Iran and Hezbollah.
In numerous Israeli geopolitical screeds dating back to the 1980s, Zionist thinkers advocated weakening Syria by way of internal subversion.
Another report from Algerie 1 headlined “ISIS declares it will not work against Israel” made note of ISIS’s unwillingness to fight Israel, thus unveiling that group’s status as a tool of Zionist interests.
The group says it would rather fight “Muslim infidels” than Israel, and that the Koran says that they are commanded not to confront Israel or the Jews.
I said in an interview with Fars News Agency that ISIS was created by the CIA and Mossad to blacken the name of Islam and to incite sectarian strife in Israel’s rival states.
A Dutch government employee, Yasmina Haifi, echoed my sentiments, writing on Twitter: “ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name.”
She was promptly relieved of her duties as a project manager for the Dutch government’s Cyber Security Center.
Holland’s Zionized political class are evidently not representatives of the Dutch people, but rather act on the orders of Tel Aviv.