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Syria Is Ready For War With Israel Unless It Withdraws From Golan Heights

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Syria Is Ready For War With Israel Unless It Withdraws From Golan Heights

An Iron Dome antimissile system is installed near the Israeli side of the border with Syria in the Golan Heights. IMAGE: AMIR COHEN/REUTERS

Syria is reportedly ready for a military conflict with Israel unless it withdraws from the Golan Heights.

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad submitted an official letter to the head of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Kristin Lund, regarding a possible attempt of the US to regoznize Israeli sovereignty in the Golan.

“We will not hesitate to confront Israel,” Mekdad said, according to Mignews. “We are also not scared away by its [Israel’s] supporters who are helping to perpetuate the occupation of the Golan.”

The Syrian official accused Israel of using violence and harming regional stability.

The stance of the Syrian Foreign Ministry once again shows that the Damascus government is not going to sell the Golan Heights in an attempt to find a kind of Israeli assistance in settlening of the ongoing conflict. Earlier, some mainstream experts speculated that Damascus may attempt to do this. However, this seems to be unrealistic because of a wide range of contradictions between the sides. One of the key issues is the deep ties of the Syrian government with Iran.

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  • hvaiallverden

    This will not happen, why, because of Russia, Putin will never ever alow anything to happen to the Master race, never, and all tho they have all the rights to take it back, but then again when you know whom is running the Shoah, with assets like Genie Oil just to give you an example (yeah, whom is this people, huh, make an wilde guess) Russia will be behind the scums of this earth, as always, and if the war never the less happens, Trumpstein the Clockwork Orange will be with the scums, as Russia will be.
    Sorry, but I know that, like Iran, Russia will start to drool something about not having anything to do with this, that, its not their mandate.
    ISISrael, is, like in the banana republic, having totall control over the political spectre, in Russia its the same, no difference what so ever, and, dunka, dunka, the Russian hurra patriots are as brain dead as the Wankee wackos, in fact, they both live in denile of just how rotten their own Gov are.

    But the war, if Syria and their alies attacks Golan, ISISrael will loose, ISISrael isnt acustumed to full scale wars, unless they can go under the radar or openly as the Russians have alowed them to be, dont insult our intellegence with sniveling drivel about intentions or whatever, I dont bite onto that, Putins actions speeks much louder than words, words are cheep, costs nothing, this days when an mans word isnt worth jack shit what do you then expect, I expect nothing, other than Russians wil be towing their hands.

    To be frank, if I may be the devils advocate, to the scumbags whom bited onto the western propaganda about Assad, I recomend this scums to show, if they have it, in any way or form, documents, etc, etc coming from the NATO ( the North Altanitic Terror Org ), show it to us, I know this sound weird but we need profs of how rotten our Gov are, this days they are uh…… terrorists, aka ISIS(L), not what our MSM claimed they where, freedom fighters, and stangly, if you are completely brain dead, the MSM dont want to debate or amitt their own propaganda witch was cunducted for “helping” Arabs back to Tunis and the begining of the Arab Spring, do you remeber this articles, witch the MSM feed us, about the war in Libya, encuraging everyone to go down and fight the “dicktatores”, anyone going down there was an “hero”, of course, and now, they and the people have trown them under the buss.
    Its spectaculare reading coments and blogs about this people coming uh…. home, yeah, heroes one day and now vilans.
    And on top of it, shows much more sympathy with an dead child, then they did to the children raped, and had their heads chopped of by the “moderate” happy head chopping freedome fighters.

    Hurmf.
    My hart bleeds for the children, the rest may just be hanged, and the staggering hyporcasy coming from the same people, in the same comentary fields, is gone thru the roof, and how is it possible, I as an old “dope” head can vividfly remeber this articles, tons of them, in papers and TV.

    peace

    • Joe

      I dont think Russia dare to betray the Syrians because this war has largely been fought for Russia . Otherwise today Russia would not have North Stream 2, Turkish Stream .. it would be Qatar stream all the way to Europe and Russia will not have base in Syria putting them completely surrounded by Nato.

      Look into the original cause of this war will explain why in spite of the state of Russian economy , Russia still support Assad… the man who refused to allow the oil pipeline.

      Russia at best will step aside but will not stop Iran /sAA, Hez combination from taking on Israel and they will surely win no matter what air force or navy Israel and US tries to use.

      No country in the world will surely allow foreigh powers to occupy their land now that they have powerful allies ..even without Russia. Once the alliance get serious, US will withdraw will sure.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        What to your opinion is the state of russian economy? Are you from the ones who think that you worth what the size of your debt is?

        • Joe

          Russia’s economy is under sanctions and surely will not be as strong as it should be.

          She can be doing well , thanks to allies like China who took up lots of exports …

          Basically Russia still spend lots of money there ..not for nothing or for love of Assad.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Not exactly true, Russian financial cost has been quite minimal. Russian military unlike the corrupt Americunt losers does need to feed its troops $100 burgers and open up a PX and Pizza hut.
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/787ca9a5a71af41c9c658b3873869d77015f9a2a7f25a9194ada9838b18f4720.jpg

          • Joe

            War is expensive friend.
            Bombs and missiles are expensive .

            Rest assured, Russia is spending a fortune in Syria . Russia is not US which can print money and they actually print money to finance their war by the trillions.

            Russia does not print money , they have to earn their money the hard way .

          • Zionism = EVIL

            All true, but Russia has about 34 aircraft and they are mostly using Soviet era dumb bombs with modifications with GPS kits.

            Russian air strikes in Syria at their peak were costing Moscow up to $4 million per day, data collated for The Moscow Times by a defense think tank showed.

            The figures by IHS Jane’s show that bombing raids, supply runs,
            infrastructure and ground personnel — along with a salvo of cruise
            missiles fired into the conflict zone — have cost Russia $80
            million-$115 million since strikes began on Sept. 30, 2016.

            Compared to Russia’s 3.1 trillion ruble ($50 billion) defense budget
            this year, that is small change. But the Kremlin could see its costs
            and commitments grow. Analysts warn that the conflict in Syria could
            drag on for years, and if soldiers die, Russian involvement could
            dramatically escalate if it commits ground troops in large numbers, which is unlikely.

          • bbbar

            As you say, the amount is small change, but the upside for Russia is huge. They’ve accumulated valuable battlefield experience. I seem to recall more than 60% of their air force units have rotated through Syria. Aside from the fact that helping Syria is the right thing to do, this is money extremely well spent in training, tactics, and evaluation of equipment under operational conditions.

          • verner

            and

            seems to me russia is doing just fine in syria so what’s the complaint?

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            you are wrong in the way you think maybe you should check the debt of the west and figure it out, as well the debt russians dont have.

          • FlorianGeyer

            I agree , and Russia uses the military training budget for operations in Syria . The rotation of personnel in Syria in real combat operations have greatly sharpened the Russian military abilities.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Russian Airpower’s Success in Syria: Assessing Evolution in Kinetic Counterinsurgency
            Russian operational doctrine is totally different to US hype and “Shock and Awe”.

    • Astrid Watanabe

      I started to have doubts about Putin when I saw his last interaction with Netanyahu. Wait and see.
      As for the US, William Blum said it: “No matter how paranoid or Conspiracy-minded you are, what the government is actually doing is worse than you can imagine.” That is so obvious now, yet the majority [where I live] seems blind to it, like zombies.

  • verner

    it’s the only way to stop the squatters from murdering more palestinians, acquiring more lebensraum by stealing land on the west bank, erazing palestinian villages, operating concentration camp gaza (a la treblinka, dachau etc) and sniper kill stone throwing palestinian kids and starving an entire indigenous people to death, and all the while the jewish infested west is quiet or mum so the squatters can go on with impunity – this must be stopped now.

  • AJ

    As much as I would like the Syrians to regain the Golan they would be way outclassed by the Israelis – the Golan is lost forever I’m afraid.

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      Dont be so sure.

      • AJ

        Just being realistic – if the SAA even with Iran assistance launched an attack to retake Golan Israel would rain down hell on them – Russia wouldn’t get involved. They could end up losing a significant amount of their military hardware/men. Besides there is plenty of unfinished business to take care of like Idlib, Turkey US presence.

        • Promitheas Apollonious

          raining heel is both ways and israel has absolute no chance surviving, an encounter with syria, iran and hezbollah. But believe what you like, that will not alter reality.

          • AJ

            I hope you’re right because if they did ever retake Golan it would be one of the greatest military victories in Syrias history

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            I am right from the military point of view. Israel only win the arabs during their wars only because of UK/US and allies supporting them actively with their navies and air force not to mention foot soldiers on the ground.

            Of course the credit went to IDF so they create the myth of the invisible undefeated army. But the truth of the matter IDF is only good if others do the war for them and they focus into killing civilians women and children.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      Nothing is permanent, not even life. The South African racists used to say that same and then kaput! The Zionist occupation of Palestine and particularly Golan is unsustainable for many reasons, Iran being one and also the SAA and Hezbollah have a lot more battle experience, better armament and above all a lot of young armed men who will need to be occupied when the current terror war against Syria concludes. It will depend on if Russia, SAA and Iran can agree on launching a final offensive to liberate Idlib which is proving to be the biggest impediment so far. Zionist Achilles heal is inability to fight a long asymmetrical war as its charity case economy and corrupt population will collapse.

    • Saddam Hussein

      Youre lost forever im afraid. The Israeli regime’s strength is just a meme.

    • Joe

      Outclassed? Are you serious?
      How the heck can Israel even able to handle SAA and Hez not to say Iranians?

      Hello air force is useless in modern warfare … see Yemen . The best US planes and bombs have no effect on bare footed houthis.

      That is why Nethanyahoo is desperately to use his air force in Syria to stop the Iranians. Once Iranians, Syrians , Hez and even Hamas all hit Israel at once, how is Israel able to even defend ?

  • Zionism = EVIL

    It would make sense at this stage for Syria to focus on the liberation of its territory from the Turkeys, Americunts and headchoppers and then wage a war of attrition like Hezbollah did for expelling the Zionist scum from Southern Lebanon. It is interesting that Syria’s “ally” Russia has not made an issue of the Golan Occupation.

    • Astrid Watanabe

      What a help the Kurds could have been if they had decided to turn to Assad! Some of them wanted to do that, but they could not come to an agreement with the rest of the splinter parties, so they “unified” the other way. The Americans knew exactly how to brainwash them again and they fell for it. It’s a shame.

  • sagbotgamot

    I am with Syria but i doubt its military capabilities against Israel who have long been preparing to occupy the whole of Syria as part of the Greater Israel Project supported by US Imperialism.

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      we all seen what israel is able to do in 2006 again Hez when they did make the mistake and their allies, (UK/US), was running to save their ass declaring cease fire in UN. Maybe is time to see reality and stop believing in myths.

    • Saddam Hussein

      Israel cant even beat a joke army like Hamas, they wet their pants when they lose a few dozen soldiers. When they start losing in the thousands theyll just withdraw from the Golan Heights.

      • Aphrodisia

        “When they start losing in the thousands they’ll just withdraw from the Golan Heights”.

        No they wouldnt, then the bastards would nuke Damascus and the SAA or at least do their best to do so if they arent stopped.

        • Saddam Hussein

          Youre implying that Arabs are afraid of nukes. It will get rid of Israel, theyll see that as a victory.

        • FreePalestine_BDS

          No, they cannot nuke Syria because the radioactive fall-out would hit them too, that would be as good as committing suicide.

          • Sinbad2

            That would depend on the wind direction.

          • FreePalestine_BDS

            Sure.But are you aware of the fact that the wind direction is never constant?

      • FlorianGeyer

        If Israel lost ‘six million’ , we would be bored for eternity with the cries of ‘ I am a jewish victim who survived, and I want money ‘. :)

  • Manofjustice

    They’ve been kicked out by Hezbollah in 2000 and got their asses handed to them in 2006, unless the yanks and the eurovision guys participate directly in the conflict and start pulling some ‘political cease fires’ shenanigans, the golan will be back in the hands of their rightful owners !

    • d’Artagnan

      Israel to go to war in Syria if Netanyahu’s leadership is in jeopardy: report

    • Saddam Hussein

      Israel havent won a war since 1967.

      • Omega

        The only war Israel won was 1948 when the Jewish Zionist terrorists — who had rampaged Palestine with terror for an entire decade following the 1937 Peel Commission and who had attacked/captured hundreds of Palestinian towns/villages in the last month of the British mandate prior to self-declaring independence — became more savage and repelled the intervention of the surrounding countries.

        The case of 1967 was not a war but a series of attacks Israel launched on Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Gaza and the West Bank to steal lands it couldn’t in 1948 and 1956. It is said the “war” technically ended in six minutes after Israel destroyed the Egyptian Air Force. The remaining six days was to capture the territories in question. Israel afterwards lied it was attacked and threatened with annihiliation. Lies that the US repeated in the media for decades.

        Israeli officials admitted to it:

        Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin acknowledged that “In June 1967, we again had a choice. The Egyptian army concentrations in the Sinai approaches do not prove that Nasser was really about to attack us. We must be honest with ourselves. We decided to attack him.”

        • Yitzhak Rabin, who would also later become Prime Minister of Israel, admitted in 1968 that “I do not think Nasser wanted war. The two divisions he sent to the Sinai would not have been sufficient to launch an offensive war. He knew it and we knew it.”

        • Israelis have also acknowledged that their own rhetoric at the time about the “threat” of “annihilation” from the Arab states was pure propaganda.

        • General Chaim Herzog, commanding general and first military governor of the occupied West Bank following the war, admitted that “There was no danger of annihilation. Israeli headquarters never believed in this danger.”

        • General Ezer Weizman similarly said, “There was never a danger of extermination. This hypothesis had never been considered in any serious meeting.”

        • Chief of Staff Haim Bar-Lev acknowledged, “We were not threatened with genocide on the eve of the Six-Day War, and we had never thought of such possibility.”

        • Israeli Minister of Housing Mordechai Bentov has also acknowledged that “The entire story of the danger of extermination was invented in every detail, and exaggerated a posteriori to justify the annexation of new Arab territory.

        https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2010/06/17/top-ten-myths-about-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict/

        Prior to launching the attacks of 1967, Israeli diplomats had met with US officials in Washington — both sides knew and agreed that Egypt (alone or in a coalition) did not plan on nor could not attack Israel militarily — to guarantee that the US won’t intervene like it did in 1956 when Einsenhower forced Israel to removed itself from the Egyptian Sinai. Worth noting that Israel destroyed everything on its way out when it finally left.

        Zionists will try to argue that:

        • Egypt asked the UN to remove their troops from Egypt’s side of the border. That is true but it was perfectly legal. All Israel had to do was to ask the UN to place the UN troops on Israel’s side (it did not).

        • Egypt amassed troops at its border. That is also true but it came to be following Soviet intel (confirmed by the CIA) that Israel was readying to attack Egypt.

        The Six Day War and Israeli Lies: What I Saw at the CIA
        https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/06/05/the-six-day-war-and-israeli-lies-what-i-saw-at-the-cia/

        • Egypt closed the Straits of Tiran. The closing of the water passage was perfectly legal. Aside from the fact that it lasted a matter of 1-3 days and that 95% Israel’s supplies were unaffected, Israel considered the act as casus belli. By international law, declaration of war is only when one is attacked by an armed group – not the closing the legal and temporary closing of a water way. When Nasser wanted to take the case to the ICJ, Israel refused.

        • Syria attacked Israel from the Golan Heights. Moshe Dayan’s very addition attest otherwise: that it was Israel who attacked/provocked Syria in the DMZ since 1948:

        “Never mind that (when asked that Syrians initiated the war from the Golan Heights). After all, I know how at least 80 percent of the clashes there started. In my opinion, more than 80 percent, but let’s talk about 80 percent.

        It went this way: We would send a tractor to plough someplace where it wasn’t possible to do anything, in the demilitarized area, and knew in advance that the Syrians would start to shoot. If they didn’t shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance farther, until in the end Syrians would get annoyed and shoot.

        And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that’s how it was. I did that, and Laskov and Chara (Zvi Tsur, Rabin’s predecessor as chief of staff) did that, Yitzhak did that, but it seems to me that the person who most enjoyed these games was Dado (David Elzar, OC Northern Command, 1964-69).”

        p. 236-237, Iron Wall, Avi Shlaim

        • Israel begged Jordan to stay out of the war. Utter nonsense. Israel had planned on attacking Jordan in mid-May of 1967.

        • Nowruz

          Good post!

          • Jens Holm

            Its better descriebed in Wikipedia.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            I have called your ISP and told them that giving you access to the internet is not a swanky idea. Double your meds.

        • Zionism = EVIL

          Even 1948 illegal occupation of Palestine was only made possible by the colluding Arab pimps like Abdullah of Trans-Jordan and the Saudi vermin.

          • Omega

            Agreed; complete sold out rats. King Abdullah had even planned on invading Palestine to divide it between himself and the Zionists but his cabinet pressure him to intervene in Palestine following the Deir Yassin massacre.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            The west also shamelessly supported Zionist terrorist headchoppers and child killers like Irgun, Stern gangs and Hagganah. Even blowing up the King David hotel did not make any difference. One of the worst Zionist terrorist Begin even became the “PM” of the illegal Zionist entity. These murdering criminals have manipulated the brainwashed western hypocrites and divided Arab world led by pimps. However, demographics and street hatred for the Zionist child killers will spell their doom, just like the Apartheid SA regime, which is their template.

          • Omega

            Precisely. I would however argue that their template is Nazi Germany as both Modern Zionism and Nazism share the same mother: the Anglo-Saxon oligarchs.

            To add; one of the best reference on the Jewish Zionist terror in Palestine is Thomas Suarez’s archives-based State of Terror: How terrorism creates modern Israel. It depicts how the Jewish terrorists completely rampaged the land with terror blowing up markets using children, buildings, infrastructures, booby trapping British soldiers, etc. It was so bad the British army couldn’t contain it.

            Furthermore, what is un/lesser known is who trained the Jewish degenerates: Orde Windergate.

            The ideologies, mythologies, and geopolitical strategies of the State of Israel, down to the minutest details, are the handiwork of a handful of Britons. In particular there was Orde Wingate, a representative of the Amery and Rothschild interests in the 1930s and a top British intelligence officer in Palestine. Moshe Dayan recently said of Wingate: “I remember Orde Wingate. And I salute him. He taught me and many another Israeli soldier everything we knew.”

            […]

            And their ideological controller. Wingate would often begin special training courses for the
            Haganah elite by expounding, “We are establishing here the foundations for the army of Zion.” His contribution extended to programming every minute detail of military strategy for the Haganah, thereby providing the entirety of Israeli military orientations from the 1948 declaration of statehood through to the present.

            […]

            According to Mosley, Wingate in 1938 authored “The Jewish State — Security and Defence, Transition Period,” which is to this day “one of the most treasured Israeli documents.” Mosley labels it a “brilliant forecast” of the needs of the state, how much these needs would cost, which “strategy and tactics the Arab states would use to upset the new state,” how these could be defeated, and “what measures should be taken to mobilize and inspirit the civilian population and grid industry and agriculture to the task of keeping the international machine in motion.” So successful was this strategy outline, Mosley reported, that Wingate’s advice has been followed, almost to the phrase, by the State of Israel. … It is still a practical paper which they constantly consult.”

            The British Spook who built the Army of Zion, p.8-9: http://wlym.com/archive/campaigner/7812.pdf

          • Jens Holm

            So what.

          • Omega

            What do you mean so what? The fact that (British) Israel was built on terror doesn’t seem to surprise/bother you one bit.

          • Jens Holm

            All is well descriebed in any details since long down to the last commas. I wasnt even born, when it became like that and I am SO TIRED of listening to that repeating crap from both sides and especially the Arabicum part.

            The last chance for some kind of stabilisation in a peacefull way was by Arafat. He was killed and an Israelian leader as well.

            UN by me too has been feeding arabs there since 1948 waiting for any improvements. I have seen none. NONE.

            Arabs at the Westbank and Gaza probatly has killed more each other thern the jews has too.

            So my Status here is much like “I dont care” anymore. My only worries are the those Jews looks more and more like You :(

            My comments therefore mainly are reduced to military strenght and like that. When we had UN soldiers there, You even shot at them(us).

            If You are from the country, which once has a french flag as a protetorate, I think You should go home – stay – and solve Your own versions of civile wars Yourself incl. taking in the most mad Iranians in as emmigrants and een make children with them.

            Syria invaded You too. Didnt they. Now Saudis and USA send money and weapons to the Christians there. You should wonder why. ne version could be de-escalation therowing Yours too many of them in the sea.

          • Omega

            You claim you’re tired of listening to both side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but also say especially the “Arab” side. Which one is it? Why do you sugar coat your manure? Last time I checked, it was the foreign Jews who, little did/do they know, colonized Palestine on behalf of their Anglo-Saxon creators/masters.

            I don’t know if the Palestinians ever had a chance with or without Arafat. The Anglo-Americans stirred all the necessary strings to make sure any chance at peace was thwarted.

            The UN has not been feeding the Palestinians (whom you call “Arabs”) since 1948. They became refugees due to your foreign Jews who stole their lands. How do you expect them, or anyone for that matter, to improve their lives when they have continuously been terrorized, oppressed, randomly kidnapped/arrested, and their lands endlessly taken?

            Palestinians don’t kill each other in the West Bank and/or Gaza. Quit making lying.

            For someone who keep on claiming to not care, you sure don’t make the slightest effort to hide your bias. I am Lebanese so I am not sure what you’re raving about but I suspect that the bigot in you regroups everyone in the Middle East as “Arabs”. Neither the Lebanese nor anyone in the Middle East – expect your Wahhabi cousins – are anything like your vile Israelis.

            Force of arm does always win. Israel’s time will come. You’re, again, lying when you claim that we shot at UN troops. It was Israel who did in 2015.

            I was born, raised and live in Lebanon. France’s mandate over Lebanon did/does not make it French. As I previously stated to you, Lebanon sits, at 90%, on its ancient territory known as Canaan-Phoenicia, dating back to at least 3000 BCE. In spite of ruling the land for a while, France did have a positive impact in Lebanon – from excavating its ancient archeology to denying Britain land in Lebanon up to the Litani river (which the Zionists have wanted since the early 1900s).

            The civil war in Lebanon, instigated by Kissinger’s policies to carved up Lebanon between Israel and Syria, ended in the 1990s. Syria’s presence in Lebanon ended in 2005. You need to crawl out of the rock you live under and bring yourself up to date. No clue what’s you’re raving about with the US/KSA arming Christians in Lebanon – so far most of the aid from both did not materialize.

            Get your facts in order and think a little before posting.

          • Jens Holm
          • Omega

            Where do you read me write the UN does not aid the Palestinians?

            Now, tell me how many billions the biggest welfare state in the world (Israel) gets from the US again; and that both directly and indirectly.

          • Jens Holm

            Obviusly those jews do it for something USA likes.

            Trump has taken 250 mio. dollar as support for the Westbank by UN away for something they are so tired of.

            You must have a very short short time memory. You wrote “The UN has not been feeding the Palestinians (whom you call “Arabs”) since 1948”.

            So either You dont remember well or You lie as You wish.

            You even tell me, that arabs are not arabs. Should I name the Westbankers and Jordanians as Syrians. They do live in the Landscape of Syria, which some state is named after north of it.

          • Omega

            • Jews have sucked the USA dry for the Anglo-Saxon oligarchs. That’s what they have done. Israel is an Anglo-Saxon-American creation, do the math. Jews are not any different than Nazis or ISIS: pawns. Jewish Romanian diplomat/politician, Adolph Stern, had made the observatiojnin his days:

            An interesting discovery was recently made in the [Israeli] National Library’s archives. A draft of an article written by Adolf Stern, in which the prominent Zionist Romanian leader criticized a new organization – the British-Israel World Federation.

            Disputes, divisions and larger groups splitting into smaller groups are familiar phenomena in the Jewish world. However, in his article, Stern wanted to discuss a different grave threat which could be an impediment to many Jews. Despite its ostensibly innocent name, Stern warns at the beginning of his article that:

            “This is a Christian organization from Great Britain and the United States, in other words, from the Anglo-Saxon world, which, by means of Biblical-historical, ethnographical, archeological and linguistic proofs, establishes the presumption that the British (English) are direct descendants of the ten lost tribes of Israel.”

            […]

            In his article, Stern also discusses the Federation’s attitude to the Land of Israel and to the role of the British in Palestine. While the Balfour Declaration aspired to establish a national homeland and the writer of the Mandate even aimed for Jewish self-rule, the Federation saw itself as the exclusive heir to this territory. Neither the descendants of Ishmael – the Arabs, nor the Jews have any right to the land.

            http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Stern_Adolphe

            • Feeding implies food. The UN has not sent food to the Palestinians since 1948. It sent monetary aid.

            • They call themselves Palestinians so that’s what they are. Do you call the Chinese or Koreans as “Asians”? No. Why do you call all people who speak Arabic as “Arabs”?

          • Jens Holm
          • Zionism = EVIL

            Time for double dose of meds,, as chemical imbalance is kicking in :)

          • Jens Holm

            Thats why I prefare a wall around You. The ones comming from You should be armed and learn to kill the many bad guys, where they come from.

            We have I own problems too. Why are most of the refugees in the world muslims and prefare to stay among christians and infidels in stead of You ? Thats where the change should be.

          • AlexanderAmproz
          • Jens Holm

            No, West didnt support those 3. 1) Only the Britts were there 2) Britts limited the emmigration to try to make are regular new settling and 3) Newcommers mainly Jews got the most menay because they started from 0.

            Arabs there already was settled and was meant to go on with, what they always has done and only was plnned for small modernisations.

            And let me remind You that was giving money. You and jews did not owe them. GIVEN. DO YOU GET.

            Your socalled west didnt see nazis by that suddenly made 5 million extra refugees at all. You lie again and again.

            You ignore Britts were throwen out mainly by them as well as the killed Dag Hammershöeld and Your belowed Mufti of Jerusalem.

            You not even uprised agains the declining Ottoman star even You all were Ottomans. True Israel took its part.

            But You got Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrein, United Arab Emirats, Saudia Arabia, Yemen and probatly more.

            You all were more then traumatized long time before anything Israel was there as some very small dot in Your ancient world of arabistan.

          • Omega

            Your knowledge of history is aberrant.

            The carving of the Middle East was planned by Britain, France and Russia on board in what originally known as the (secretive) Sykes-Picot-Sazonov plan. Britain back stabbed Russian so that the Middle East falls only under British and French Imperialism. The (secretive) plan later became known only as the Sykes-Picot.

            The creation of Israel was in the works by the Anglo-Saxon ruling class at least a century before WW2. It has its roots in British israelism and was created as a colonial state in the Middle East to further British interests.

            The conquest of the Levant by the Arabian Muslims did not make everyone on the land an Arab Muslim. In the same way the Egyptian, Persian, Greek and Roman rules before it didn’t. Lebanon sit on its ancient territory known as Canaan-Phoenicia and it goes back to at least 3000 BCE. The Gulf countries you listed are modern British creations.

            The Muslim Brotherhood and the likes of the Mufti of Jerusalem were created/backed by the British deep state. The MB is in essence a Masonic organization using Islam as cover.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Seriously, my friend arguing with a dolt with half his marbles missing is a waste of time. Jens is not playing with a full deck.

          • Omega

            Thanks for confirming.

          • Jens Holm

            Some prooved I was too clever. Therefore they are rented to moron like You, and he is fine now too. Thank You…

          • Jens Holm

            You forgot Italy as well as USA.

          • Omega

            How did I forget Italy? In what context? Do you ever make a point or only race like a frantic lunatic?

            As I said, Egyptian, Assyria, Persia, Greeks and Romans ruled the land once. Again, what is your point? It’s almost impossible to understand your rambling.

            I too know who lived there and the majority wasn’t Jewish. See for yourself:

            https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jewish-and-non-jewish-population-of-israel-palestine-1517-present

            Where do the Christian refugees in Denmark come from? Are they from Palestine? If so, did you know your beloved Jews attacked and captured several hundred Palestinian towns and villages in the last months of the British mandate? 80+ of those towns/villages were Christians. We have a lot of refugees in Lebanon as well – again, the result of your beloved Jews.

            Where do you read me ask you for any information, you absolute cretin? The conflict between the Druzes and Maronites in Mount Lebanon was the indirect but planned result of the war the British empire waged on Egyptian leader Mohamed Ali via Henry Churchill to thwart his efforts of modernization of the region which threatened the East-India Levant Company.

          • Jens Holm

            Yes, and all the westbankers will be sold to Assads needing 550.000 + + spendables. After all they onece was Syrians as well.

            The other half of Golan will be given away and Saudis the can export gas to Haifa as well as Kurdish oil can go by ISIS tunnels starting in Baguz through Jordan to Israel as well.

          • Omega

            The Palestinians living in the West Bank will be “sold” (did you mean transferred) to Syria because they were once Syrians? What exactly are you raving about?

            What other half and who will give to who?The Golan Heights is illegally occupied by British-Israel.

          • Jens Holm

            You dont operate with realisticv facts. Those are that Israel NEVER will give their half part of Golan back UNLESS its a good trade = Something for something.

            Assad neeed more spendables. So far he need soldiers against Idlib, Turks, SDFs and ISIS leftovers in the Homs deserts as well as 6 million Syrians has left and many say, they will do anything not to come back.

            And even if You jump up and down on a Kangorou both USA and Russia has accepted Israel as a state even it was not meant as big and bad as it is.

            And Lebanon actually has the French flag in their first years. You also got the Bekaah valley for free as well as an American University.

            I once was staying a couple of days in the Hotel Phoenesia. Hard to see the erosion week for week from TV here. I wonder what the purpose was. They had very good coffee too.

          • Omega

            Be less emotional. Where do you read me write that Israel will give up that part of the GH it occupies and that Russia and the US don’t recognize Israel.

            Lebanon was under French mandate. It’s historically known. What is your point?

            We got nothing for free. The imperial Anglo-French drew the lines. To contrast, present-day israel down to Dor is part of ancient Phoenicia.

            The rest of your comment is, by now evident, a continuous rambling.

          • Jens Holm

            I wrote, You should mind Your own internal everlasting conflicts.

            You relate Israel to USA. But Russia do help Israel even today making them some safety from their enemies being Hesbollah and Iran.

            You can write, but dont undertsnad, what You write ????

          • Omega

            I can care less what you think I should do. For someone who claims to “not care”, you talk an aweful lot. And you most certainly don’t make the slightest effort to hide your bias either – at this point, I can only deduce it’s due to your intellectual deficiency.

            Lebanon’s internal quagmire is nothing new. Don’t climax at the idea that it’s anything serious.

            Israel’s protection isn’t Russia’s business. Don’t make stuff up. If it was, Hezbollah wouldn’t be ready to rain precision-guided missiles on occupied Palestine should the squatters move another finger against Lebanon.

          • Jens Holm

            Not only them. Your friends in Jordan as well as in Saudi-arabia were supported by feudals in Syria selling the Jews land too.

      • Jens Holm

        I remember Jom Kipur in 1973.

        • Saddam Hussein

          Your Israel scum lost the October War.

          • Jens Holm

            Yerrrh. Israel isnt there anymore. Thats why Assad and his Russian museum cant attack it.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Internet connection is obviously restored at your house of loons :)

          • Jens Holm

            I am like that now and then. Last week some Iranian told the whole world that they have 17 million soldiers, which would like to take Israel too.

    • Real Anti-Racist Action

      So truism across the board. Yet deserves repeating daily.
      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D1BhVYQWsAAdi9K.jpg

  • Jaffar al-Majmuni

    Its ok but first counter Israel in Idlib&northeastern Part of Syria.

  • Romeo Pesiao

    We have to wait and see, whose country will prevail after the war, I hate prediction…

  • Harsha

    suicide mission?

  • Brother Thomas

    The Syrian Army is battle hardened. The IDF is weak from shooting peaceful protestors and medics, and terrorizing women and children. If there is a conflict, don’t bet on Israel winning.

    • Aphrodisia

      Agree ands thats when the psychopaths will attempt to use their nuclear armament when it becomes clear they cant win. And the so called “Samson option” applies as equally to America as it does to israel. The whole world was given a respite at the end of WW2 because Hitler never possessed nuclear weapons or the madman would have used them, but today the world is faced with a whole new set of madmen who suffer the same delusions Hitler did and these ones do have nuclear weapons.

      • FreePalestine_BDS

        Those Israeli nukes are useless, they’re not even a deterrent. If the Zi0Nazi entity launches any nuclear strike, it cannot do against Syria because the nuclear fall-out would also hit the Zi0Nazi garbage dump.

        If it uses them against Iran, they will not be able to destroy all, if any, of Iran’s missile installations, and the result will be a missile rain from both Iran AND Lebanon/Hezbollah on the i0Nazi sewer, turning it into a pile of rublle, good to be bulldozed into a big, lovely parking lot.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        Have you ever think that jew german scientist are the ones who build the bomb for the americans? By the way Hitler with out defending him as I think he, as well all western leaders of today, served the same master they serve, did not allow the bomb to be build.

        It used to be this information on the net before all real facts been removed from the ones who control this days the net of the west. If hitler was a madman then what make the ones who actually attack japan with two nuclear bombs, when japan already declare she was ready to surrender?

        • John Wallace

          There was an article I read years ago about how the west ( US and England ) supported and financed Hitler to become leader of Germany so they could get him too attack Russia . Russia killed the Czar and family and most of European Royalty was inter related including the Czar so this was payback . Remember Germany at that time had been reduced to poverty levels with war repatriation and France taking of the Rhineland industrial area then a few years later while the West was in the Great Depression Germany was booming. Somewhere along the way it backfired . Many US and British companies aided Germany with Ford trucks , rubber for tires , oil treatment. What is true and what is fantasy who knows because looking at todays propaganda anything is possible. Imagine if in a few years it emerged that Russia and US had been pretending too hate each other but were really colluding to rule the world together..

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            hitler is been financed by the two Rs same as west also. His mother was the housekeeper of one of the Rothschild`s. But that does not matter any more. What happen happen and in no way effect what is happening today. It may have been the foundation of what lead to, but the game as well the power houses have changed. As to Russia and US to be plotting what is happening today very pale to none existent.

            Beside the fact that every one seem to be living in denial of fact that US is just a colony along with the rest and they dont really call the shoots beside been the idiots who die in the wars the zionist are making in order to globalize the world and enslave it. Lone story not for sites as this one that beside making a comment do not offer themselves for either serious conversation or a long debate.

            Hence the reason they exist. So they dont allow people to really interact and exchange serious info between them, or debate an issue to conclusion.

          • John Wallace

            Yes I agree on everything although if the truth was told maybe people would not be sleepwalking into total enslavement. Maybe if people understood Roosevelt goaded Japan into attacking Pearl harbor as a limited loss situation and made sure the aircraft carriers were out to sea and safety or that all senators , congressmen had to sign a pledge of allegiance , although I believe that has been scrapped and replaced by actually writing their own pledge , for the benefit of Israel and not the people of America or that America is a corporation owned by the city of London since the war of independence or that the Queen is the head lizard ? or the true rulers are Satanists which includes musicians leaves much to debate . Maybe Michelle really is a man but as long as Assad is surviving all is not lost.

          • Snowglobe

            “… although if the truth was told maybe people would not be sleepwalking into total enslavement.

            Exactly! :-)

          • Snowglobe

            ” Imagine if in a few years it emerged that Russia and US had been pretending too hate each other but were really colluding to rule the world together…”

            You are not alone in wondering about these things among the waves of propaganda. It is still wondered what was meant by Putin when he said to Trump…”the ball is in your court.”

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOxtN1Uwfq4

          • John Wallace

            Thanks and good to see I am not alone in thinking beyond that as is presented. Many possibilities on that but maybe he was backing Trump to stand up to the neo cons and remove America from Syria or some agreement on Syria in general. As we are not privy to what the discussed together in private we can make only assumptions. I see Putin seems to be good at accommodating Israel but maybe he is being the master statesman in trying to keep the pot from boiling over.

          • Omega

            It is true that the Anglo-American oligarchs gave rise to Hitler and financed “his” war machine. The objectives were to destroy industrious Germany and Russia and forcibly migrate the Jews of Europe to Palestine (and the US).

            However, Russia did not kill its Tsar. The same Anglo-American oligarchs did via their Bolsheviks. Tsar Nicholas II had been encouraged to go to war with Germany in 1914 on ‪the promise‬ by London that, with victory, Russia would finally get its “Holy Grail” of Constantinople and the Straits – a dream of the Tsars for centuries. It was an empty promise that Britain had no intention of keeping. The ruling class in London were going to carve up the Middle East for themselves (oil), and Palestine for Zionist purposes. We should remember that the (secretive) Sykes-Picot agreement was originally the Sykes-Picot-Sazonov agreement. Russia was however not a welcome part of the equation. Had Russia still be in the war by late 1918, it would rightfully have demanded its great prize. With the US coming in in 1917, it was strategically logical (and planned anyway) to get Russia out. Worth noting that the Allies could have ended the war with a victory at any point from ‪1915‬ onwards simply by closing down all supplies of oil, metals for armaments and munitions, food, etc to Germany. Despite mainstream history accounts, an Allied victory was never in doubt. Kaiser Wilhelm made repeated requests to end the war, and on each occasion was totally spurned. Some 15 million men died needlessly between the Spring of ‪1915‬ and November 1918, but massive profits were accumulated by the very few.

            I strongly recommend the following references on the matter:

            Revolution in Russia in five parts by Macgregor and Doherty
            https://firstworldwarhiddenhistory.wordpress.com/2017/09/12/revolution-in-russia-1-understanding-influences/

            The Rape of Russia in seven parts by Macgregor and Doherty
            https://firstworldwarhiddenhistory.wordpress.com/2017/10/17/the-rape-of-russia-1-out-with-the-old-order/

            The Anglo-Saxon roots of Nazism in reference to Emanuel Sarkisyanz’s “From Imperialism to Fascism”
            https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2011/07/05/anglo-saxon-roots-of-german-nazism.html

            Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution by Anthony Sutton

            Wall Street and the rise of Hitler by Anthony Sutton

            Conjuring with Hitler by Guido Preparata

          • John Wallace

            Thanks for that , appreciated.

          • Omega

            Most welcome.

          • Astrid Watanabe

            Thanks for the info. So much I don’t know…..

          • Omega

            Most welcome.

          • goingbrokes

            International bankers have financed every war in the last 300 years – nations in their ignorance have followed bogus objectives in most cases.
            One World Government has always been the objective for the elites.
            US has been used in this, just like Soviet Russia was an experiment by the elites.
            Russia has started to free itself from the bonds, US is close to waking up, we’ll see how it goes. Russia and US have never hated each other, it’s always been the elites who hate nations and set them against each other.

        • goingbrokes

          Good points. US nuking Japan was actually nothing to do with urging them to surrender, as you correctly pointed out they were ready to surrender by then. What was threatening the US interests were the Soviets advancing through Korea, and there were rumours/intel that the Japanese might prefer to surrender to the Soviets. US had to send a signal to both that Japan was going to be a US dominion, not Soviet. So nuking the two cities kept the Soviets at bay.

    • Raptar Driver

      The U.S. will fully back the Israelis in this conflict so unless Syria has a backer it will lose.

      • Brother Thomas

        In which case the conflict will widen to Iran and Russia. And the reality is, the US has even a worse record than the IDF in waging and winning wars against any opponent that can shoot back.

        • Raptar Driver

          Assuming the Russians would get involved then you are correct.

          • Brother Thomas

            Israel and AIPAC will lead America down the path of ruin. Their concern is not the US, but Israel.

  • Bob

    Since 2012 Israel has been banking on vastly weakened Syria ceding the Golan – either by (proxy-war) NATO-Gulf State regime change, or equally Balkanization into sectarian micro-states. All that has failed. The UN’s Golan resolutions hold – it remains formal Syrian territory – occupied by IDF military forces.

  • Dušan Mirić

    Шаљивџије

  • Jens Holm

    Many wciencefiction writers here.

    Why dont You focus on Idlib and Homs desert or some better relations to the SDFs.

    • Astrid Watanabe

      I’m sure Assad will know how to do first things first. He was open to the SDF, within limits, which they did not accept. I follow in hawarnews how they seem to get more and more hostile to “the regime”. The inconsistency is so glaring, since both could benefit so much if they could cooperate.
      Maybe Assad could make more of an effort to communicate with them, I don’t know. I feel like grabbing the Kurds by their neck and shaking them sometimes.

      • Jens Holm

        No, he wasnt. This is not about him as very incompetent to set limits. Its about the poor ones in Syria can get possibilities.

        You dont understand that part of it at all.

        Assads not even have tools for normal progress and above that are among the most corrupt Leaders in the whole world. Syria dont get the oil and gas back. Assads and Baathist do.

        I am sure SDFs would like to share all oil and gas with all people in Syria. That wasnt what happend, when Assads were Leaders.

        I see no cooperation from Assads at all. NONE.

        The rest of Syria mnore or less should be as SDFs by PYD/YPG+J says. Thats a structure for rainsing the stadard living for all in stead of a few by bajonets and fear takes almost all.

        I have so many examples of how You are and prefare. You systematicly keep Your women down and by that having even much more stupid and uneduicated then the men.

        Most of the rest of the world think its You, which should be grabbed and SDFs anytime at least are much better then Assads as well as Jihadisme.

        You are kept stupid. Hardly none from there understand other systems then Assads are good and Jihadists are bad, because You even before You are born, there only are 2 systems in the whole world for anything in Syria.

        You know nopthing about good things in the Indian Economy, nothing about the Chinese one, nothing about the Western Economy and Our Economic systems.

        You not even know most of the parts of, what dedocrasy is, because You put it into Your own primitivisme, where You not even have a langiage with words and understanding for it.

        And that very strange. You anytime can learn from Internet from the whole world, but as we see, You are not even able to use the good parts of internet, because all words are totally twisted by Your masters.

        About Jews and zionists You are totally to laugh at. If some few million jews can run everything as written, they must be very good or You have to make changes among Your 1 billion muslims. You kind of deserve it, if true, as I see it.

        And the rest of the world ? I dont see that at all. But I see the difference already indicated above:

        You keep Yourself low educated compared to others and especially You dont use the brightness Your women has also having each 1 head, 2 hands and 2 feet.

        So You might grab in Your own systems and at least as much, so You can copy the good parts the rest of the world has.

        • Astrid Watanabe

          I wonder who you think you are talking to?
          If i know anything at all, it is that I don’t know anything. So i have my feelers around and try to find out. I don’t “believe” anything or anybody but i keep listening and looking. i sort out in my brain what makes sense and how it fits together and make a picture. I heard of and then studied about the Kurd’s “Democratic Experiment”. I even read whatever I could find of the writings of their Leader, Abdullah Ocalan. It is very advanced, ahead of our time, and I admire the Kurds for taking this teaching and practicing it now.
          But look what happened to Ocalan. He was chased down by an international conspiracy and is kept in solitary confinement in Turkey. What does that tell me?
          It tells me that this teacher, and the idea of this radical grassroots democracy is considered the most dangerous thing to the powers of the world. That’s why they have him locked up in isolation.
          So do you believe the US is cultivating the Democratic Kurds and petting them on the head for being Democratic? Remember what happened to democratically elected Allende in Chile, replaced by infamous Pinochet. The same thing happened in Iran. William Blum wrote a book titled “Democracy, America’s Deadliest Export.”
          I can only see that the Americans are using the Kurds to do all their dirty work, and in the end they will use them to split the country, Syria. And who do you think is just slavering to grab it? Nothing is hidden about it either.

  • Real Anti-Racist Action

    The world stands behind international law! Just put out the call Syria and millions will flock to you Syria to fight in defense of International law against the terrorist occupying indigenous peoples lands.
    The Talmud and Bible says that Abraham comes from southern Iraq from the city of Ur. Not the land of the Hittites and Philistines.
    chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/http://www.michaelsheiser.com/TheNakedBible/Where%20Is%20Abrahams%20Ur.pdf

  • Smaug

    This is what is known as a fait accompli, Mekdad is trying to coerce his boss into taking a harder stance on Israel by declaring that it is already so. This is the norm in this part of the world, but the reality is that tensions are still pretty high inside Syria and the country is devastated by so many years of war.

  • Bill Wilson

    How funny! Damascus is threatening Israel when the SAA is too weak to launch an offensive to retake Idlib and Aleppo from the Turks.

    • Jens Holm

      They only want Al Tanf because they then can get more forced recruits for them.

    • Ma_Laoshi

      Well framing matters. Damascus would be “threatening Israel” if they’d state their intent to march on Haifa. But no such thing was said: the Golan is not Israel of course, so if Syria were to try and retake it wouldn’t that be mostly an internal Syrian matter.

      That said, indeed I see none of this happening. Forget about Idlib for the moment; what’s up with the Homs desert for instance? The more Damascus talks about liberating every inch, the less they seem to be doing about it. How is ISIS even holding on to it without any supply lines? Manna from heaven?

      • Astrid Watanabe

        Looks like Isis is well supplied somehow. Volunteers from all over the world too, No shortages of crazies. Even the Kurds were surprised by the number of civilians emerging,
        hostages and prisoners held by Isis, and their horrible black-covered wives. The huge tent shelters the Kurds provide are jammed full and they are stuck with them. It is a nightmare.
        I read hawarnews.com for info, among many other sources.

  • Sinbad2

    This is fake news, the source is “World Israel News”?

    • Jens Holm

      It seemes to be a relative sober jewish site.

  • Ma_Laoshi

    I see that this tough talk still gets many minds excited. But lack of tough talk has never been the problem. Yes, by rights the Golan is sovereign Syrian territory; you’ll still have to overcome the “might makes right” of the current owners. You can claim you’re not scared of Israel’s supporters; but if this is indeed so, why has Israel managed to bomb Syria with impunity even after the S-300 delivery? If I look at the SouthFront Syria map of 10 March 2019, where is the progress since last summer? Oh I see it’s on the US/SDF side, which has expanded at the expense of the ISIS enclaves which the loyalists never dared to take for themselves out of fear of US “red lines”. The orcs haven’t been chased out of al-Tanf; even the Homs desert, where ISIS is supposedly surrounded without foreign support or urban cover, still hasn’t been secured apparently. Idlibstan is still a jihadist paradise, where the various moderate factions have more to fear from each other than from the SAA. Am I missing something or is the major loylist military success of the past 7~8 months the tiny, tiny al-Safa area.

    Maybe the Americans will indeed withdraw from Syria at some point and to some extent, and maybe Erdogan won’t manage (or even want) to claim all the spoils for himself. Then the patient approach will prove its merit by liberating much of Syria with relatively less carnage. But it is what it is: the loyalists have fought hard against the proxies, but they’ve never stood up to the principals. There’s just no precedent for what is so fervently speculated about here. Writing letters, official or not, will change little.

    • Jens Holm

      Good reflexions.

    • Astrid Watanabe

      Pretty much on the dot. I hardly dare to be optimistic.