Before and during all the recent chaos in Syria, the hidden hand of Israel has been fanning the flames. The vast majority of this interfering has been discrete, only when they have had no other choice did they act publicly. The attacks on the Syrian Arab Army and it’s allies are a good example. Supporting the terrorists openly has been an act of desperation to try and minimise the losses incurred by the anti Assad factions.
Substantial covert support has been given to the extremists, who Israel repeatedly compared to Hamas. This was of course an insult to the Gaza government, an organisation that has enough to deal with trying to provide for it’s citizens due to the crippling siege, along with the murderous and destructive attacks they have faced. The Syrian war has been perfect for distracting world attention from their ongoing crimes against the Palestinians. The house demolitions haven’t stopped, neither have the creation of ‘settlements’.
The weakening of Syria was useful to Israel for a number of reasons. First and foremost, the collapse of the Syrian government may well have allowed the Israelis to claim the Golan Heights permanently. The occupied region has been strongly rumoured to have copious amounts of hydrocarbon deposits, which would have obviously been an added bonus. The destruction of the Syrian Army and subsequent civil chaos would make the land grab so much easier. The defeat of Assad would also have also weakened Hezbollah, their Iranian partners and ultimately the Palestinians, who have been supported by all three, to varying degrees. The removal of Assad would have had favourable repercussions that were all to Israel’s benefit.
Netanyahu’s extremist government have also been working overtime trying to bully US Senators into an ever more aggressive stance with regards Syria, as always, with great success. Lunatics like John McCain don’t even need inducements to act in Israel’s favour, they have been treacherously advancing the Zionist cause, even when it’s been detrimental to US interests, for years.
Syrian loyalists recent successes have been hard fought. The tenacity and bravery of all Assad’s allies have boosted morale for the vast majority of Syrians that abhor the terrorists and all that they stand for. There is no doubt that the criminal extremists lack popular support and that view is supported by what civilians are saying as they escape East Aleppo.
Many heroic soldiers have died trying to free their country of these murderous thugs that in reality have nothing to do with religion. They were more interested in behaving like gangsters while they were robbing and looting innocent peoples homes. Despite their cowardly behaviour, they have proven to be difficult to remove. The battle weary Syrians and their allies will have gained valuable experience in the battle field if they overcome their barbaric enemy and even though there are never any positives to war, the expertise they have acquired will prepare them well …. Should any neighbour try to push them around in the near future.
After all, their most likely adversary might be well equipped but they only usually encounter unarmed civilians at checkpoints. These stark differences could prove devastating if there are any more plans to interfere in other nations affairs.
Syrian Arab Army and Allies.
Despite 75% of East Aleppo being retaken by government forces and only 28,000 civilians so far having left, Western media are still quoting the 250,000 that they have done all along despite that number being thoroughly dismissed by many creditable sources. The terrorists have also requested a ceasefire for injured civilians to be allowed out, even though it’s been verified by many that have escaped recently that the terrorists were shooting at people during all the other ceasefires, keeping them in the rebel held areas. These criminal psychopaths want a cessation for themselves and not for humanitarian needs. Hopefully, the net is closing in on the thugs who beheaded the young Palestinian lad and it would be justice if the Syrian/Palestinian factions find them first.