ستون دقيقة – 21-11-2014
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River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
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River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
by Jonathan Azaziah (Mouqawamah Music EXCLUSIVE)
Sectarianism, truly, is an aggressive, encroaching plague; large in scope, deep in reach and devastating in its overall effect, it contains the potential of metamorphosing into an all-consuming force. It was infamously utilized by the Rothschild-financed British Empire throughout all of its colonies as the most effective means of oppression; indeed, Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei recently pointed out that the “wicked” regime in London is the “veteran expert of spreading divisions (1)”.
Sectarianism was employed for decades by the usurping Zionist entity and the American regime to subdue and destabilize Iraq, beginning with the tyranny of Saddam Hussein, to the Mossad-CIA covert operations and death squads of the post-2003 invasion era (2), up until the Takfiri terrorists of the present day (3).
The plague of sectarianism has also been used by the Jewish supremacist fanatics who created “Israel” from the very start of their Talmudic colonization project, all for the sake of driving a wedge between the indigenous Muslims and Christians of the Holy Land (4).But the most destructive form of sectarianism is that which comes from within, under the guise of “analysis” and “commentary”, especially during times as perilous and pivotal as these.
A new narrative has unfortunately developed within the “resistance camp” and “alternative” media sphere in the wake of the rise of Takfiri terrorist groups, particularly ISIS, and it is extravagantly disturbing. What this hypothesis suggests is that ISIS is a mostly organic, iconoclastic phenomenon which, though religiously misguided and undoubtedly sanguinary in its methodology, has emerged out of a vacuum left by Western-Zionist wars of imperialist belligerence and is attaining sustenance for its expansionism through popular Sunni support. Not only does this narrative play right into the hands of the ever-devious enemy that strives to facilitate the triumph of sedition and division, it is, in collectivity, factually incorrect.
Mouqawamah Music believes – quite strongly in fact — that this fractured, egregious theory has taken root due to a fundamental lack of understanding vis-a-vis Zionism’s designs on the region and just how close to the top that the intelligence services of the Jewish Imperium have placed themselves in the underworld of Wahhabi-Takfirism; verily, the Mossad, the CIA, MI6, Turkey’s MIT and others can rightly be considered the incubators, unwavering patrons and puppet masters of ISIS and its extremist cousins.
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The Islamic Republic of Iran, through its own intelligence gathering, confirms this, with the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri making it unequivocally clear that the US is still giving weapons, food and aid to ISIS (5), regardless of all the hullabaloo to the contrary surrounding the so-called “anti-ISIS” international coalition.
Mouqawamah Music also feels – again, quite strongly – that sectarian grievances play a role in the off-base theorizing put forth by certain “analysts” and “commentators”, and that these grievances have been manipulated by the same shadowy outside forces which spawned, and, as Brigadier General Jazayeri elucidated, continue to back the psychotic Takfiri trend to begin with. Iraqi intelligence confirms this reality further, revealing that American weapons in the hands of ISIS – airdropped right into the Takfiris’ hands – have left a plethora of Iraqi soldiers and militiamen dead (6). This toxic cocktail of ignorance and misplaced fury must be dealt with, conclusively and concussively, as the sectarian plague being spread by the Zionist-dominated mainstream media is bad enough; a parallel fitnah plague of like-similar stature finding a home in the information flow of the resistance camp is nothing less than deathly.
When Populist, Revanchist Demagoguery Is Murderous Takfirism: How ISIS Tricked Its Hosts, Brainwashed Youths, Then Killed Them
ISIS, being the product of Judeo-Atlanticist Imperialism’s intelligence services, is well-versed – and more frighteningly – tremendously skilled in the praxis of psychological warfare. When not carrying out incursions and outright invasions, ISIS weaseled its way into numerous Sunni-majority villages, towns and cities across Syria and Iraq through the usage of populist, revanchist demagoguery which was peppered with sectarian bigotry and went something along the lines of, “We know that your authority and stature in these lands have been usurped by the Nusayris [derogatory term for Alawis] and the Rafidah [derogatory term for Shi’a], both of whom are stooges of the infidel colonialist powers. We are here to help you regain what you have lost at the hands of the arrogant Westerners and assist you in reestablishing the order of justice.”
While Syrian and Iraqi Sunnis obviously aren’t keen on anti-Shi’a, anti-Alawi bigotry even in the slightest, as evidenced by Syrian Sunnis comprising the overwhelming majority of Syrian President Dr. Bashar al-Assad’s support base, a critical fact even being admitted now by Zionist media outlets like AP (7), and also evidenced by millions of Iraqi Sunnis joining their Shi’a brethren in the fight against ISIS whilst Maliki was still positioned as the Iraqi head of state (8), to some, the thought of dealing blows to the West and leaders sheepishly and wrongfully perceived as imperialist clients [i.e. Maliki and Assad], as well as regaining some concept of normality in an entire society destroyed by the Empire was certainly appealing, and the sectarianism present in the hasbara of ISIS was swept under the proverbial rug.
Thus, ISIS placed a shroud of anti-imperialism and “anti-dictatorship” [we place this phrase in quotations as Iraq’s former premier Nouri al-Maliki and Syrian President Dr. Bashar al-Assad were both democratically elected by wide margins] on its Takfirism and generated what can appropriately be described, initially, as something between tacit and uninformed support. In reality however, once ISIS dropped the landing gears, planted itself in the heart of these communities and began implementing its backwards governance, no significant time period passed before the “support” that the Takfiri terrorist gang thought it had was exposed as false popularity and utterly rootless triumphalism. Essentially, in layman’s terms, ISIS put forth a product and marketed it as the best thing sincemanaeesh with za’atar and zhourat when it was really nothing but the personification of rubbish.
Despite presenting themselves as the ostensible champions of “downtrodden, marginalized” Sunnis, without the shield of local adoration to operate behind, ISIS and its fitnah-spreading scheme were stripped naked, and it is right then and there that the barbarity kicked in and the solidification of ISIS’s monstrousness was established. While the ISIS terrorists’ vitriolic rhetoric is aimed at Shi’a, Alawis, Christians and other faiths and Islamic schools of thought which they place takfir on, the bulk of their victims are indeed Sunnis, a key point that Hizbullah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has made so many times in his speeches over the last couple of years that they would indeed be impossible to enumerate.
In Mosul – what can be considered the capital of ISIS’s skullduggery, and where the Takfiris even blow themselves up and kill each other over war spoils (9) –Iraqi Sunnis are suffering unspeakably under ISIS and have deducted that the Takfiri terrorist group’s governance is far worse than Maliki’s and that they actually prefer the Iraqi army to be back among them. Schoolchildren in Mosul are prevented from taking their final exams, poverty is widespread, food rations are being stolen by ISIS and doctors, lawyers, parliamentarians, journalists and ordinary citizens are being shot and beheaded (10).
There have also been 20,000-25,000 Iraqis in Mosul arrested by ISIS between June and October alone, including army officers, tribal elders, sheikhs, businesswomen and men who drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes and violate tax codes (11). The crackdown on Mosul’s female doctors is particularly horrifying. One doctor, Dr. Salwa Mohajer, revealed that ISIS “militants treat women in Mosul as if they were slaves in al-Jahiliyyah (the pre-Islamic period of ignorance)” and she noted that some doctors and nurses were raped and threatened outright with death by the Takfiri scourge (12).
Elsewhere in Iraq, ISIS’s crimes against Iraqi Sunnis are just as gruesome. The village of Zowiya, near Tikrit, was leveled to the ground by the Takfiri gangsters, as a warning to all other Sunni areas across the country that resisting ISIS will lead to destruction. ISIS openly hailed the eradication of Zowiya and released hasbara defending its conquest, “all those who may even think about fighting the Islamic State and conspiring against the caliphate can know what their fate will be (13).”
According to eyewitness testimony from refugees who were driven out of Amriyat al-Fallujah, in several parts of predominantly Sunni Western Iraq, where it is facing increasing opposition, ISIS is forcing young men to fight against the Iraqi government, and those who refuse to cooperate with the Takfiris’ plans, are executed (14). Even those who do decide to work with ISIS, out of sheer fear and in hopes of preserving their lives, like Sunni law enforcement officers back in Mosul who were given “repentance badges” after promising the Caliph wannabe’s gang that they would cut ties with Baghdad, aren’t spared. ISIS reneged on its initial forgiveness and slaughtered these officers too, along with Sunni policemen in Beiji, Ana and Shurqat (15).
Not even the cultural heritage of the Sunni areas ISIS happens to occupy is safe. Shrines, churches, mosques, archives, tombs and precious manuscripts in Mosul, Tikrit and other areas of Iraq that ISIS controls have all been destroyed or sold off in what is essentially an antiques racket (16), something it shares in common with its Mossad grandsire which has been stealing Iraq’s precious historical artifacts since the 2003 Anglo-American-Zionist invasion (17).
In the central town of Al-Alam, just about 100 miles north of the Iraqi capital, ISIS kidnapped 500 men and boys from the Sunni Jubouri tribe, which has rebuked ISIS and categorically stated it will never swear allegiance to the Takfiri death squad (18).
In the eastern Sijariya neighbourhood of Ramadi, the provincial capital of Al-Anbar, ISIS slaughtered more than two dozen members of the Albu Fahd tribe for opposing its demented, perverted rule (19).
The most gut-wrenching of all ISIS’s crimes against Iraqi Sunnis though is undoubtedly the massacre of the Albu Nimr tribe, also in Al-Anbar. ISIS massacred at least 322 members of the Sunni clan, including over 50 women and children, whom the Takfiris despicably dumped in a well near the town of Haditha (20),once the spot of fierce fighting between the Iraqi Resistance and the US-“Israeli” occupation.
The only ISIS crime comparable to the atrocities committed against the Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq’s Al-Anbar is the massacre of Al-Sheitat tribe in Syria’s eastern Deir Ezzor province. ISIS massacred 700 members of the Sunni tribe, and the fate of 1,800 other members remains unknown. In what can only be described as a grisly killing spree, ISIS rampaged through the Sheitat villages of Ghranij, Abu Hamam and Kashkiyeh, slaughtering and beheading at will, all because the Sheitat clan refused to pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (21). Raqqa, the ISIS stronghold of Syria, is being “slaughtered silently”, as admitted even by the opponents of Syrian President Dr. Bashar al-Assad. The exploitation and brainwashing of women and children in the northern Syrian city is rampant, just like in Mosul, and anyone who resists is either threatened with death or executed (22). This Western-Gulf-Jewish-backed savagery – and there is no other word for it but savagery – hasn’t just unnerved the Sunni populations where ISIS sneakily hid among, it has also become a wake-up call for those men and women who joined the domineering Takfiri terror outfit – and others, like the FSA and Jabhat al-Nusra – under false pretenses.
The highly publicized story of two Austrian-Bosnian teenage girls leaving Europe to join ISIS returned to the fold of international news when they resurfaced, contacted their families and told them they regret their decision. One wants to return home (23).
Four top FSA commanders defected back to the Syrian Arab Army after being overwhelmed by the barbarity of ISIS and other Takfiri organizations (24).
A prominent oppositionist named Abu Hussein who had been instrumental in bringing Takfiris over the Turkish border into Syria now staunchly regrets his actions (25), as does a Kurdish former ISIS fighter named Sherko Omer, who was so traumatized by the horrors ISIS inflicted on the people of Raqqa that he contemplated committing suicide on multiple occasions (26). In fact, the problem of disillusionment is running so deep within the ranks of ISIS’s foreign fighters, that it is now threatening to kill anyone who tries to leave the organization (27).
Even Moaz al-Khatib, the former SNC chief and Takfiri-sympathizer who once openly backed the “struggle” of Jabhat al-Nusra (28), now acknowledges the terrible mistake that he made in supporting the “revolution” in Syria and admits that the Syrian state led by Dr. Bashar al-Assad is fighting terrorism and helping the Syrian people. He also came clean on the fact that the “Friends of Syria”, are, in reality, the Enemies of Syria, and that these very same powers are cooperating with ISIS and its ideological offshoots to destroy Bilad al-Sham (29).
A similar regretful statement was just uttered by former Turkish President Abdullah Gul, a man who used to be the right hand of Turkey’s long-time ex-prime minister and current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Gul revealed that Turkey’s MIT has been backing ISIS, the CIA has been backing Jabhat al-Nusra and that one day soon“the chickens of Erdogan’s past follies in Syria will come home to roost (30).”
These are stunning admissions from players who were once at the heart of the Zionist-Imperialist-Takfiri conspiracy against the region, and they confirm that the only myth bigger than ISIS’s and other Takfiri groups’ “popularity” is the myth of their organic development. These terrorist organizations were birthed by International Zionism’s intelligence services, and they are ruling over the areas they control through violence, kidnappings, extortion, assassinations, hypocrisy, beheadings and intimidation, as admitted by an FSA-commander-turned-ISIS bodyguard named Abu Abdullah (31); there is nothing “popular” or “organic” about them.
We see further confirmation of these veracities in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, where the Lebanese army recently halted the expansion of ISIS and prevented the terrorist scourge from gaining access to the sea via Lebanon (32). Despite hasbara spewed by ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra and disgusting regional media coverage in general which depicted Tripoli as some sort of Takfiri incubation center, the people of Tripoli and northern Lebanon overwhelmingly stood with the Lebanese army and distanced themselves from the Takfiris (33).
This brave and important stance from the almost entirely Sunni areas was saluted by General Jean Qahwaji, the head of the Lebanese army (34),as well as Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, who noted that the behavior of Tripoli’s people was the “extra factor” which helped Lebanon “overstep catastrophe” in the country’s north (35). And in yet another blow to the “analysts” and “commentators” who audaciously say that ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra are genuinely appealing to those they lure into their ranks, the Lebanese soldier Omar Khaled Shamtieh who recently defected to Jabhat al-Nusra and triggered an uproar across Lebanon, turned himself into the Lebanese army in Tripoli after only a month with the murderous gang (36).
In the final analysis, we look to the Maghreb, in nations like Tunisia and Morocco, where the Takfiri trend is killing off an entire generation. Somewhere around 3,000-5,000 Tunisian youths, poorly educated and unemployed, many from Sidi Bouzid where the “Tunisian revolution” began, are being deceptively lured into joining Wahhabi-Takfiri terrorist units to be cannon fodder in Syria and brainwashed through slick online propaganda videos, twisted religious edicts and financial incentives, a reality disclosed by parents of the departed Tunisian youth, journalists, sheikhs, professors and even Tunisian Salafi groups like Ansar al-Sharia (37). Does it get any clearer than this?
ISIS hasn’t shattered the Western paradigm, it hasn’t eviscerated the illusion of “international law” and it damn sure hasn’t broken the barriers of liberal democratic discourse; it simply lied to the people it was recruiting. As Moroccan former Takfiri terrorist Rachid Lemlihi candidly stated after fighting with the Takfiri rebels in Aleppo,
“Don’t run after illusions and don’t believe videos in which Syrians appear calling for assistance and support. When I was there, many young people active on Facebook using aliases asked me about jihad and fighting in Syria. I told them: ‘Don’t come. Stay in your country because I regretted coming in search of a mirage. There’s nothing in Syria except factions and groups fighting each other. This type of fighting is not accepted by any mind or logic. These are the words of someone who lived the experience. Don’t be deceived. Going to Syria is an adventure of unknown consequences. As for a reward, there is none… The only reward there is death…’ (38)”
And with ISIS’s brutality driving more fighters away, citing fears for their lives (39), and the world’s most powerful Takfiri organization continuing its assault on the Sunnis of Iraq, its most recent crime being another massacre of innocents from the Albu Nimr tribe in Al-Anbar (40), as well as the Sunnis of Syria, its most recent crime being the monstrous execution of Sa’ada Al-Ahmad, a Raqqa-based leader of Al-Harakat Al-Sha’abiyya Al Qawimiyyeh Al-Massaanda, a political formation intent on forging Syrian unity and ending the war on the Syrian Arab Republic (41), never has the importance to unequivocally demolish the entire “ISIS expansion has some kind of popular Sunni support” argument been at a higher level. The facts, the irrefutable facts, have been laid bare above. ISIS is at war with Sunnis. ISIS is at war with Shi’a. ISIS is at war with Christians. And ISIS is at war with every religious and ethnic group in the Arab and Islamic worlds because the Takfiri rebels’ war is a war on Islam itself, as per the orders of their masters in Washington D.C. and, of course, “Tel Aviv”.
Inorganic To The Core: Links To The Takfiris’ Zionist Masters Keep Piling Up
Perhaps, nay, *verily* the ultimate invalidation of ISIS’s “organic” nature – as if the aforementioned ongoing support from the US regime as revealed by the Iranian military and Iraqi intelligence wasn’t enough – is the organization’s cavernous ties with the usurping Jewish entity occupying Palestine. While Mouqawamah Music has already put forth a magnum opus on the Takfiris’ structural, logistical, foundational and ideological ties to World Zionism (3), the connections continue to emerge and they become all the more critical to document in the context of this essay which seeks to deconstruct and, quite frankly, annihilate the sectarian narrative surrounding ISIS, for as Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah eloquently and bluntly noted in his live appearance during Ashoura this year,
“Portraying the current conflict as one between Shias and Sunnis is a major mistake. I address all Shias in the region: You need to understand that Sunnis are not our enemies. We are not at war with Sunnis. I address Sunnis in the region: Shias are not at war with you. We are both, together, at war with Takfiri groups like ISIS. Our battle is against Takfiris who want to crush everybody else and against Israel (42).”
In unveiling the new batch of the Takfiris’ links to “Israel”, we begin with a group of Chinese hackers who delivered a Trojan virus to various web pages of the illegitimate Zionist regime and discovered a series of confidential documents which delineate a secret but strong relationship between ISIS and the Mossad (43).
This linkage is further compounded by the fact that IOF has treated wounded ISIS as well as Jabhat al-Nusra and FSA fighters in its hospitals (44), and continues to do so, with an incident occurring only a few days ago when Zionist occupation forces transported two Takfiri terrorists to Nahariya Hospital in the occupied Galilee, which has treated 439 rebels since the Jewish Imperium’s scheme against Syria began (45).
Moreover, there are at least 30 Palestinians from the 1948 Lands which are fighting in Syria and several have been killed already (46), and as Mouqawamah Music discussed in our previous study, they were permitted to leave not merely with the acquiescence but the active assistance of Shin Bet (3).
One of the stranger cases involving Palestinians leaving ‘48 Palestine and joining ISIS is that of Hanza Majaamsa from occupied al-Jalil. He was fighting with the Takfiris for three weeks before allegedly becoming disenchanted with the barbarousness of it all and then “escaping” to Turkey. The Zionist-aligned regime in Ankara arrested him, released him and then Hanza returned with his father to occupied Palestine, where Shin Bet picked him up for “interrogation” (47), but, ostensibly, not imprisonment.
The entire story reeks of a cover-up which must be seen in the light of Lebanese-American Press TV reporter Serena Shim dying in a mysterious car crash the day after MIT threatened to kill her for investigating Turkish complicity in the rise of ISIS (48), along with the well-known but rarely spoken-of truth that collaborationist “Sultan” Erdogan is heavily backing ISIS in hopes of somehow making his Neo-Ottoman delusions come true (49).
If Hanza Majaamsa posed even a scarcely significant threat to Turkey, the Erdogan regime would’ve dealt with him as it seemingly did with Serena Shim. The fact that Hanza was essentially *transferred* from Ankara’s custody to the usurping Zionist entity’s, implicitly indicates that he wasn’t a misguided Arab youth doped up on extremism and infatuated with what Professor Hisham D. Aidi calls “jihadi cool” (50),who then subsequently became overpowered with emotional disorder upon his encounter with the gratuitous violence of ISIS, but an intelligence asset conducting field reports on the battlefield progress of World Zionism’s proxies; an intelligence asset of the Mossad, Shin Bet, Aman, MIT, or, in all likelihood, all of the above.
Also straight out of the realm of peculiarity is the new phenomenon of French Jews flocking to join ISIS. And while the French security establishment – itself a mere tool of the usurping Zionist entity according to Former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas (51) – along with prominent Jewish Lobby personality Meir Habib are attempting to downplay the issue (52), the truth is, France is arguably the most Judaized state in the entire European Union, and one only needs to look at the Jewish Lobby’s relentless campaign against anti-Zionist comedic genius Dieudonné, led by CRIF and LICRA (53), to know that this is undoubtedly the case. If Jews are leaving France to join ISIS, and are being permitted to do so by an “Israeli”-controlled intelligence apparatus, then it is not just possible but probable that they aren’t on the fringes of French-Jewish communal life butsayanim operating on behalf of the Mossad. And with a former officer of IOF’s Home Front Command fighting alongside anti-ISIS Kurdish forces in the northern Syrian town of ‘Ayn al-Arab, a Canadian-“Israeli” former convict (54), the Zionists now have eyes and ears on both sides of the divide, an affirmation of their regional hegemony.
ISIS’s operational capacity isn’t reserved strictly to Iraq and Syria however. In what is also a nod to the genocidal Jewish entity’s domination of the French security services, ISIS has made contact with another Zionist proxy, the MEK, in France, and the Takfiri terror squad and the Iranian quasi-Marxist death cult are reportedly coordinating on launching operations against the Islamic Republic of Iran (55).
Moving northeast, there exists ISIS links to the illegal coup regime in Kiev and its Jewish-Zionist oligarchical overlords as well. The death of notorious British Takfiri terrorist Samantha Lewthwaite, known as the “White Widow”, ripped off the mask of the dirty alliance in Ukraine which has ISIS rebels fighting shoulder to shoulder with the ultra-nationalist battalions bankrolled by Ukrainian-“Israeli” billionaire Igor Kolomoisky (56). It seems that wherever World Jewry’s enemies are, ISIS and its band of fanatics find a way to seek them out and unearth a conflict zone in sovereign lands.
Further confirming our sound terminuses in the previous section regarding the Takfiris’ brainwashing of young Muslims, as well as offering more proof of a nexus between Takfiri terrorism and Zio-Imperialism, outspoken Takfiri critic and pro-Putin Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov made the stunning revelation that the CIA and the Mossad are luring Chechen youth into the ISIS trap (57). This is hardly surprising. SITE Intelligence Group, a Mossad mouthpiece run by Zionist thug Rita Katz, continues to “capture” then disseminate Takfiri audio recordings to the world, including Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s now infamous “volcanoes of jihad” rant, all of which serve as key, even primary recruitment tools for ISIS and its patrons (58). President Kadyrov dropped another gem on the Ummah recently when he shockingly released the information that ill-famed, red-bearded ISIS commander Tarkhan Batirashvili, better known as Abu Omar al-Shishani, was dead (59).
The Daily Beast, an influential Zionist rag, did a profile on al-Shishani not too long before he was reported dead by the Chechen head of state, noting that prior to his position as an ISIS chieftain, he was in a Georgian military-intelligence unit and a Georgian domestic-intelligence unit known as Kudi. He began his stint in the Tbilisi security services in 2006, fought against Russia in 2008, and throughout his career, received military training from both Washington and London (60). But this isn’t even close to the full story.
What The Daily Beast did not mention, in typical, omissive, Jewish-controlled mainstream media fashion, was that in addition to training from the British and American regimes, the Georgian security establishment was also in an alliance at the highest levels with the criminal Talmudic enclave, and as a result of this, it was armed to the teeth with hundreds of millions of dollars in Zionist weaponry and trained by IOF, Shin Bet, “Israeli” police and genocidal “Israeli” military corporations Elbit Systems and Rafael. The political regime in Tbilisi was also crawling with dual-citizen “Israeli” Jews, including Georgian minister Temur Yakobashvili and Hebrew-speaking Defense Minister Davit Kezerashvili (61). So was al-Shishani a US-UK stooge? Certainly. But he was a stooge of the illegitimate Jewish gangster “state” first and foremost, as the ideological roots of the perverse Takfiri trend are in Judaism (3).
When it came to light that ISIS believed Hamas to be an “apostate” movement and burned Palestinian flags during the Zionists’ Operation Mighty Cliff assault on Gaza (62), it was nauseating but not awe-inducing by any means. At that point, it seriously could not have gotten anymore obvious who the Takfiris were working for even if they started chanting “We are foot soldiers of Zion! We are foot soldiers of Zion!” in front of “Israeli” television cameras. Nor could it have gotten any worse. Until now that is anyway.
ISIS recently expanded into Egypt’s Sinai and the extremist mafia has announced its intentions to not just infiltrate the besieged Gaza Strip but also stop weapons from flowing to the Palestinian Resistance (63).
These actions from ISIS, which constitute earth-shattering, game-changing services to the usurping Jewish entity beyond the realm of comparability and open declarations of war on the Palestinian cause and its supporters and brothers in the Resistance Axis, truly put the last nail in the coffin of the Takfiris’ “organic development” myth. Allow us to reiterate: ISIS ain’t organic. ISIS is “Israel” and “Israel” is ISIS. Any “commentator” or “analyst” who says otherwise or attempts to put distance between the two, is dead-wrong, way off-base, far out in left field, disengaged from any potentiality of correct views on geopolitics, or, more simply put, an unwitting hasbaranik who just doesn’t want to face the music of their own imprudent miscalculations.
Conclusion: Sectarianism and Takfirism Don’t Stand A Chance Against Sunni-Shi’a Unity
Whilst it was a tad strenuous to comprehend why some in the resistance camp and “alternative” media sphere fell for the Zionists’ sectarian scheme vis-à-vis the demonstrable idiocy and ludicrousness behind the narrative of ISIS having “popular Sunni support”, it’s astonishingly elementary to deduct why the Halakhic-Talmudic World Order is backing Wahhabi-Takfirism as the preeminent force of balkanization in the Arab and Islamic worlds: Because a united, pan-Islamic, pan-Arab, pan-Asian region is the illegitimate “Israeli” regime’s worst nightmare. In the face of Sunni and Shi’a, Muslims and Christians, Arabs, Persians and “Middle Eastern” ethnic minorities all fighting together, the Takfiris, and Judeo-Zio-Imperialism by extension, don’t even stand a chance.
What the Jewish Power Configuration and its Takfiri Goy Golem just cannot seem to grasp is that the cultural, brotherly, sisterly, neighborly ties of the peoples of the region are far mightier and deeper than any plot that these forces of Dajjal can concoct. Tidal wave after tidal wave of sectarian incitement, and still, the region holds together. Sunni and Shi’a, Muslims and Christians, have rebuked the incessant, hateful prodding of ISIS and have refused to go after each other tit for tat in one gargantuan orgy of sectarian, communal bloodletting, despite what may be said to the contrary in the toxicity being spewed by that Zionist-dominated cesspool routinely referred to as the mainstream media. The only sectarian killing being done is by ISIS; not Sunni, not Shi’a, not anyone else. Just ISIS.
Indeed, in pointing out the indisputable verity that Hizbullah’s intervention in Syria serves all of Lebanon’s citizens as well as all of the citizens of the region, Sheikh Nabil Qaouq, the Deputy Chief of Hizbullah’s Executive Council, echoed these very points, “Takfiri terrorism is an absolute evil, it has no good for any sect or doctrine, or any category. It is a threat to the Sunnis, Shiites, Druze and Christians.” The legendary Mouqawamah commander also noted,
“Lebanon is stronger than sedition, ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra or any Takfiri group (64).” With this steadfast view along with the implementation of concrete actions like siring Christian self-defense groups in Lebanon and training the multicultural, cross-communal, intra-Muslim NDF in Syria (4), Hizbullah has prevented all of Bilad al-Sham from falling into the sectarian abyss.
The same can be said for Iraq as well. A similar sectarian conspiracy was unleashed on the people of Iraq in the wake of the genocidal “coalition of the willing” attack in 2003, with the Jewish-controlled mass media vomiting sectarian diatribes at every turn, in a complete contradiction of what was taking place on the ground, as Iraqis of all different backgrounds condemned the occupation together, protested together, fought together, resisted together and gave blood to one another, standing unified as one people in defiance of the invaders (2).Now, just like then, Iraqis are banding together to fight ISIS, the latest phase of the seemingly perpetual Zionist project against Iraq. When Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Sistani, one of the highest ranking Shi’a authorities in the world, issued a fatwa to take up arms against ISIS and defend the homeland, it wasn’t only Shi’a Muslims who flocked in their millions to heed his call; millions of Sunni Muslims did too, from individuals to entire tribes. And to symbolize this powerful display of Iraqi unity, Sunni and Shi’a linked arms and formed human chains in Baghdad (65), as if to tell ISIS, “Your masters invaded and failed to break us! You too will fail! For we are unbreakable!”
While the Iranian Revolution Guard led by Quds Force Commander Qassem Suleimani has played an invaluable role in equipping the Iraqi Popular Mobilization and leading it into defeating ISIS in several important battles (66), it is the Iraqi people’s unity which has been the lynchpin of the strategy that has kept ISIS off-balance and unable to consolidate power throughout Bilad al-Rafidayn. And ISIS is clearly frustrated over it. Apart from the fact they rejected Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as caliph, the people of the much-discussed Sunni Albu Nimr tribe were primarily targeted by the Takfiri scourge because of their historical brotherhood with Shi’a Iraqis, a historical brotherhood that they refuse to sever (67). The goons of ISIS are lashing out because they cannot undo the impact of Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Sistani’s famous words, “Sunnis are the same as Shiites, not only their brothers (68),” which aren’t a mere slogan in Iraq, but the very core of Iraqi identity.
Syria, Iraq’s Fertile Crescent twin, is an indescribably beautiful, incandescently ancient mosaic which has endured one empire after another in its 10,000-year history, and the central reason for this ironclad endurance is its citizens’ uncanny ability to remain united. Regardless of their origins or religion, Syrians are Syrian first. Asma al-Assad, Syria’s First Lady, eloquently encapsulated this pluralistic essence in a 2011 Vogue interview [which would later spark controversy as part and parcel of the Zionist psychological warfare against Damascus]:
“Let me try to explain it to you. That church is a part of my heritage because it’s a Syrian church. The Umayyad Mosque is the fourth-most-important holy Muslim site, but within the mosque is the tomb of Saint John the Baptist. We all kneel in the mosque in front of the tomb of Saint John the Baptist. That’s how religions live together in Syria—a way that I have never seen anywhere else in the world. We live side by side, and have historically. All the religions and cultures that have passed through these lands—the Armenians, Islam, Christianity, the Umayyads, the Ottomans—make up who I am (69).”
Asma al-Assad’s wonderful observation is further solidified by the universally well-known fact that the Syrian Arab Army and Syrian Arab Air Force are mostly Sunni, somewhere between the 70th to 80th percentile. As General Yussef Swaidan, the field commander in the strategic territory of Daraya and leader of the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Brigade, bluntly put it to slimy and agitating veteran journalist Robert Fisk,
“There is no sectarianism in this army, not in our brigade, and if you tour the checkpoints around the city, you will find most of the soldiers are Sunnis.”
The 4th Brigade chief also said, in a fiery message to the usurping Zionist entity, its American attack dog, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, “All made a mistake in thinking they could break the unity of the Syrian people (70).” It is men like General Swaidan and women like the Syrian First Lady who embody the spirit of Syria that ISIS can’t even dent, let alone penetrate or decimate.
Lebanon, Iraq and Syria represent the microcosms of the Ummah, examples that must be emulated so Wahhabi-Takfirism can be stomped out for good. Shi’a and Sunni must never allow anyone from within their own communities to badmouth the other, as we are not just brothers, but two parts of the same whole. For this reason, sectarianism should never be tolerated under any circumstances. Most integrally, all Muslims must continue pointing their fingers at the insane, ever-dividing, regressive, chaos-inducing, monstrous, Zionist House of Saud which keeps bankrolling, protecting and disseminating the Takfiri trend despite public denials, as proven by the horrific Ashoura massacre of several Shi’a by Saudi-state-backed Takfiris in the Ahsa governorate of Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich eastern province (71), as well as Riyadh’s attempts to block the Lebanese army from liberating the Sunnis of Ersal from the ISIS-Nusra yoke (72), to name but a few examples. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah – if we may refer to him a final time, as he is a source of spiritual guidance and the greatest living revolutionary of this age – called the Saudis out during Ashoura for this specifically (73); it is their responsibility to reel in their out-of-control Frankenstein, and since they won’t own up to it, we will expose them and their crypto-Jewish Takfiri offspring until they both collapse under the weight of their own deceptions and dirty deals.
As cliched as it may sound, the age-old slogan of “united we stand, divided we fall” really couldn’t ring any truer at this juncture. If the idea, let alone the actuality, of the Arab-Islamic Ummah standing together wasn’t such a powerful threat to the Jewish Power Configuration’s hegemony, the Zionists, Imperialists, Saudis and Neo-Ottomans wouldn’t be working so feverishly to disrupt and prevent its ascension. In sooth, Sunni-Shi’a Unity is the only way forward; the only remedy for the Takfiri sectarian virus; and the only path worth walking if the US-“Israeli’ Empire is to be totally dismantled and triumphed over. So let us take the first step to victory… Together.
~ The End ~
(1) Iran’s Khamenei: America, Zionism, and Britain created ISIS by Al-Akhbar English
(2) The Baghdad Cathedral Massacre: Zionist Fingerprints All Over by Jonathan Azaziah, Mask of Zion
(3) The Takfiri Goy Golem: ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra, Their “Israeli” Masters And The Repackaged Zionist War On Islam by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music
(4) Jewish Colonialism At Work: Palestinian Christians And The Zionist Attempt To Destroy Their Arab Identity by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music
(5) Iranian Commander: US Still Sending Aid to ISIL by Mouqawamah Music
(6) Iraq Intel Report: US Planes Supplying ISIL with Weapons, Foodstuff by Fars News Agency
(7) Assad’s Syria truncated, battered _ but defiant by Diaa Hadid, AP’s Big Story
(8) Two million volunteered to fight against ISIL: Iraqi minister by Al-Alam
(9) ISIL Militant Blows Himself up during Infighting with Colleagues by Al-Manar
(10) Citizens of Mosul endure economic collapse and repression under Isis rule by Mohammad Moslawi, Fazel Hawramy and Luke Harding, The Guardian
(11) Can Islamic State keep control of Mosul? by Mushreq Abbas, Al-Monitor
(12) ISIS militants threaten Mosul’s female doctors by Mohammed Abboud, Al-Akhbar English
(13) Witnesses describe how Islamists leveled Sunni village as a warning by Mohammed al Dulaimy and Hannah Allam, McClatchy
(14) ISIL pitting Iraqis against army: Exclusive by Press TV
(15) ISIS slaughters ex-police and army officers in Iraq – report by Russia Today
(16) ISIS destroying Iraq’s cultural heritage: UNESCO chief by Al-Akhbar English
(17) Occupied Iraq: New Year, Same Zionism by Jonathan Azaziah, Mask of Zion
(18) In Iraq, Islamic State fighters seize Sunni tribesmen for resisting rule by Erin Cunningham, The Washington Post
(19) Islamic State kills at least 25 Iraqi tribesmen near Ramadi: officials by Raheem Salman, Reuters
(20) ‘Women and children dumped in a well’: ISIS massacres 322 Sunni tribesmen in west Iraq by Russia Today
(21) Islamic State group ‘executes 700′ in Syria by Al-Jazeera English
(22) Life in Raqqa under IS by Ali Hashem, Al-Monitor
(23) Pregnant Austrian teen who ran off to join ISIS says she ‘made a mistake’ by Russia Today
(24) Islamist takeover fear drives rebel chiefs back to Assad by Hannah Lucinda Smith, The Sunday Times
(25) Why this Syrian man regrets bringing Al-Qaeda fighters into his country by Marine Olivesi, Public Radio International
(26) ‘It Was Never My Intention to Join ISIS': Interview With a Former Member of Islamic State by Sherko Omer, Newsweek
(27) ISIS Leaders Threaten Fighters Who Want to Leave the Islamic State and Return to Their Homeland by Al-Alam
(28) Mu`adh Al-Khatib and Al-Qa`idah by As’ad AbuKhalil, The Angry Arab News Service
(29) Ex-Opposition Leader Admits Mistake about Syrian Gov’t, Says Assad Fighting Terrorists by Fars News Agency
(30) Turkey doomed to fall under Erdogan: Ex-president by Press TV
(31) Bodyguard of Syrian rebel who defected to ISIL reveals secrets of the terrorist leadership by Al-Alam
(32) Tripoli battle foils IS expansion by Esperance Ghanem, Al-Monitor
(33) Lebanon: A ‘great battle’ with jihadis looms following battles in Tripoli by Radwan Mortada, Al-Akhbar English
(34) Qahwaji Hails Tripoli Residents for Cooperating with Army by Naharnet
(35) S. Nasrallah Appears in Person: Our Actual Candidate for President, Michel Aoun by Al-Manar
(36) Defector to Nusra turns himself in to Lebanese Army by Antoine Amrieh, The Daily Star
(37) Jihad mafia kills Tunisian youths by Monia Ghanmi and Yasmine Najjar, Magharebia
(38) The reality of Syria jihad, as told by young returnee by Mohamed Saadouni, Magharebia
(39) Islamic State Defector: ‘If You Turn Against ISIS, They Will Kill You’ by NPR
(40) ISIS Executed Dozen Tribesmen in Ramadi by Al-Alam
(41) ISIS Executes a Female Political Figure in Syria by Leith Fadel, Al-Masdar News
(42) Nasrallah: conflict in Middle East political, not sectarian by Al-Akhbar English
(43) Chinese hackers: Documents reveal Mossad has close ties with ISIS by The Moslem Press
(44) Israel said to treat wounded members of IS and radical Syrian groups by Hiba Zoabi, I24 News
(45) Israeli occupation forces continue providing medical treatment to terrorists wounded in Syria by SANA
(46) Israeli doctor reported killed fighting for Islamic State by Spencer Ho, The Times of Israel
(47) Israeli-Arab Quits/Escapes ISIS, Returns To Israel by The Jewish Press
(48) ‘No support, condolences from US’: Killed Press TV reporter’s sister raises questions about death by Russia Today
(49) Is Turkey attempting to resurrect the Ottoman Empire on the back of the ‘black army’? by Catherine Shakdam, Al-Akhbar English
(50) Hip-hop propaganda: How the U.S. enlists rap music to fight “jihadi cool” by Hisham D. Aidi, Salon
(51) Former French FM: Israel Controls French Intelligence by Ahlul Bayt News Agency
(52) More French Jews said to join Islamic State by The Times of Israel
(53) Don’t Laugh! It’s “Anti-Semitic”! – International Zionism’s Crusade Against Dieudonné and The Global Jewish Assault On Freedom of Speech by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music
(54) Israeli woman joins Kurds in fight against Islamic State by Lazar Berman, The Times of Israel
(55) Israel’s ISIL by Wayne Madsen, Strategic Culture
(56) Death Of “White Widow” in Ukraine proves ISIS-Kiev-Israeli alliance by Wayne Madsen, Mouqawamah Music
(57) President of Chechnya: U.S. and Israeli intelligence agencies luring Chechen youths to join terrorists in Syria by Mouqawamah Music
(58) Thank You SITE Intelligence Group: ISIS Chief Emerges, Urging ‘Volcanoes of Jihad’ by Mouqawamah Music
(59) Chechnya’s Kadyrov says one of Islamic State leaders is dead by ITAR-TASS
(60) The Secret Life Of An ISIS Warlord by Will Cathcart, Vazha Tavberidze and Nino Burchuladze, The Daily Beast
(61) Tel Aviv to Tbilisi: Israel’s role in the Russia-Georgia war by Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada
(62) Why Islamic State has no sympathy for Hamas by Ali Mamouri, Al-Monitor
(63) A New Zionist Plot Against Gaza: ISIS in Sinai poses threat to Hamas by Mouqawamah Music
(64) Qaouq: Hizbullah Intervention in Syria Enhanced Lebanese Strength by Naharnet
(65) Iraq’s Sunni-Shi’a Unity by Ascertain The Truth
(66) Iraqis Prove That ISIS Is A Paper Tiger by Mouqawamah Music
(67) Iraqi Shiites join Sunnis to fight Islamic State by Ali Mamouri, Al-Monitor
(68) Sunni, Shiite scholars attempt to ease Iraqi political conflicts by Ali Mamouri, Al-Monitor
(69) Asma al-Assad: A Rose in the Desert by Joan Juliet Buck, Vogue (reprinted by Gawker)
(70) ‘There is no sectarianism in the army': Syria’s war – the general’s view by Robert Fisk, The Independent
(71) Al-Ahsa Massacre: Protected Takfirism Spreading Over by Ali Ebadi, Al-Manar
(72) Saudi Arabia hinders fights against militants on the outskirts of Ersal by Hassan Illeik, Al-Akhbar English
(73) Saudis Get The Smackdown: On Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s Recent Ashoura Speech by Jonathan Azaziah, Mouqawamah Music
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JNN 23 Nov 2014 : The Ale Saud Monarchy is planning to execute a revered Shiite cleric and protest leader reveal the extent to which the regime is vulnerable and desperate to perpetuate itself. Going ahead with the execution would be strategic miscalculation.
Significant political developments have unfolded in Saudi Arabia in recent weeks following a court decision to execute Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr, a polarizing Shiite cleric and political activist who has campaigned for civil equality, an inclusive socio-political system, women’s rights, minority rights, and the release of political prisoners. Prosecutors condemned the cleric to death by beheading as punishment for charges of sedition, though the execution date has not yet been set.
Sheikh Nimr has been the fiercest critic of the Kingdom’s absolute Wahabi monarchy for the last decade, but gained a considerable public following after leading a series of protests in 2011 in opposition to the Saudi military’s violent intervention and suppression of the pro-democracy movement in neighboring Bahrain, a satellite state with a Shiite majority ruled by a heavy-handed Wahabi dynasty. His sermons and political activism continually emphasized non-violent resistance.
The Kingdom’s decision to sentence Nimr to death has complex implications that will push sectarian tensions to fever pitch inside Saudi Arabia and throughout the region, dangerously sharpening tension with Iran. Prominent clerics in Iran and Bahrain, as well as Shiite militant groups such as Hezbollah of Lebanon and the Houthi movement of Yemen, have all condemned the verdict and warned the Kingdom not to proceed with the execution.
These developments are a symptom of the greater Sunni-Shiite sectarian conflict raging throughout Iraq, Syria and other hotspots across the region, representing the most poignant challenge facing the Muslim world in contemporary times. Western governments and corporations have aided and abetted Saudi Arabia and other wildly repressive theocratic monarchies, which have been given carte blanche to shape and spread radical Wahabi Ideology. The United States has long tolerated the House of Saud exporting fanatic sectarianism throughout the Islamic world in the interest of furthering its own strategic foreign policy objectives.
Saudi Arabia, a key financier of jihadist groups fighting in Syria and Iraq, has used its vast oil wealth to promote the ideology of ultra-conservative Wahhabism in missionaries throughout the Muslim world over the past three decades. It has sought to promote a puritanical and rigidly exclusionist Islam that declares non-Muslims – and Muslims of minority sects – as infidels. The Kingdom is governed by a feudalistic, decadent monarchy bent on entrenching its own power and the uncontested legitimacy of the King as the de facto leader of Sunni Islam.
The rise of the Islamic State organization is the result of reckless Western and Gulf policies that have destabilized both Iraq and Syria. Because this group and their fellow travelers do not recognize the legitimacy of the House of Saud, the Kingdom has constructed a massive fence around its borders, in addition to taking measures to prevent domestic sympathizers from becoming politically active inside the country. Saudi Arabia has recently agreed to an American request that the Kingdom provide a base to train so-called “moderate” Syrian rebel fighters, in the name of fighting extremism.
The execution of Sheikh Nimr, a revered Shiite religious scholar, will be widely read by fanatic Wahabi Terrorist groups as a Saudi endorsement of their campaign of sectarian cleansing and bloodletting of Shiites and minorities in Iraq and Syria, in the interest of crushing any political opposition to radical Wahhabism. The notion that a country so demonstrably sectarian and extremist can be entrusted with the task of training “moderates” is appalling.
The House of Saud has promoted the unsubstantiated narrative that Iran is actively plotting to undermine Sunni Islam, characterizing the country’s Shiite minority as co-conspirators. The two million strong Shiite minorities – who represent some 10 to 15 percent of the population – live in the oil-rich eastern province that is strategically vital to the Saudi economy. This blatant manipulation of the sectarianism is aimed at dividing the citizens of Saudi Arabia from forming a unified opposition to the monarchy.
Sheikh Nimr was shot four times by police and arrested in February 2012, fueling protests throughout the eastern province, mainly in Qatif and Awamiyah, but also wider unrest in Sunni areas such as Hejaz, Mecca, and the capital, Riyadh. Open dissent is rare in the Kingdom, but it is becoming increasingly common with the rise of the internet. More than half the country is under 18-years-old, while the heirs to the throne are rapidly ageing.
Open-minded sections of society are beginning to come to the realization that Saudi Arabia is a brutally theocratic, opulent gerontocracy utterly dependent on energy exports and Western patronage. The rise of the Islamic State group, whose leadership claims to represent all Muslims, has created a situation where Riyadh must demonstrate its Islamic credentials through its uncompromising implementation of Sharia law, which has led to a recent surge of executions by beheading.
Riyadh’s calculation is that executing Sheikh Nimr will help increase support for the monarchy from a society with strong anti-Shiite leanings. It will also polarize the Shiite minority and young cosmopolitan Sunnis, leading to wider unrest and more open displays of dissent against the monarchy. In death, the Saudis would immortalize Sheikh Nimr as a symbol of opposition, thereby shooting themselves in the foot. It would be a major strategic blunder for the House of Saud to give its opponents a Solid reason to Join the Ranks of Martyrs.
The Saudi ruling family feels increasingly vulnerable from both internal and external threats, and the pervasive stoking of sectarian tension and anti-Shiite sentiment are an attempt to deflect from other potential forms of dissent, such as the lack of political representation and the dire poverty that many in the Kingdom live under. Sheikh Nimr’s call for compassion, social justice and civil equality undeniably claim the moral high ground. The only move Riyadh can make to delegitimize this message is to fuel irrational, unthinking sectarianism.
In any case, the silence from Washington has been deafening. The US has not given any sign that it is opposed to Sheikh Nimr’s execution and would not be inclined to take the side of a Shiite cleric that Riyadh accuses of being an agent of Tehran. Washington’s missionary democracy promotion is left at the door when dealing with Saudi Arabia, which is far too strategic and beneficial to US military and economic interests to be cut loose as a liability. Sheikh Nimr’s only fault is opposing the wrong regime in the wrong country. If he campaigned with the same program against a government that the West regarded with hostility, the world would know his name.
The term arrogants, or arrogant powers, is used in Iran to refer to the United States and its Western and Israeli allies.
Twitter Account linked to Iran Supreme Leader cites ‘arrogants’
World Bulletin/News Desk
A Twitter account Iran experts believe is run by the office of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday “arrogant” powers had tried hard to bring the Islamic Republic to its knees but had failed.
In a comment apparently referring to the failure of Iran and six world powers to end a dispute about Iran’s nuclear goals, a message on the English-language account said: “In the nuclear issue, arrogants have made their best to bring Iran to its knees but they were not able and will not be able to do so.”
The term arrogants, or arrogant powers, is used in Iran to refer to the United States and its Western and Israeli allies. Washington cut ties with Tehran a year after the 1979 revolution that ushered in Iran’s Shi’ite Muslim theocracy.
Iran and the six powers failed on Monday for a second time this year to resolve their 12-year confrontation over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, and gave themselves seven more months to overcome the deadlock.
In a second tweet, Khamenei appeared to accuse the West of meddling in Middle Eastern turmoil, saying Islamic militants had turned Arab Spring uprisings into Muslim infighting “in line with arrogants’ goals”.
The message referred to “takfiri” militants – Sunnis who proclaim followers of other sects of Islam to be infidels and therefore legitimate targets of holy war.
A third tweet from the same account said: “US-led coalition against ISIS is a blatant lie. By the means of ISIS, US wants to keep the war among Muslims alive,” using an acronym for the Islamic State militant group.
The United States and its allies have launched air strikes on the Sunni Muslim fighters who have seized territory in Syria and neighbouring Iraq.
Posted on November 24, 2014 by Alexandra Valiente
While the United States on the one hand, and France and Turkey on the other, are trying to reshape the Levant in their own way, Alfredo Jalife-Rahme highlights the continuity between the 1982 Oded Yinon Plan and Moshe Ya’alon’s present-day strategy. While endorsing the vision of both plans, Israel continues to pursue its own balkanization agenda. Historically, Israel has always sought to dismember the countries surrounding her.
“Syria will fall apart, in accordance with its ethnic and religious structure, into several states such as in present day Lebanon, so that there will be a Shi’ite Alawi state along its coast, a Sunni state in the Aleppo area, another Sunni state in Damascus hostile to its northern neighbor, and the Druzes who will set up a state, maybe even in our Golan, and certainly in the Hauran and in northern Jordan. (…) This state of affairs will be the guarantee for peace and security in the area in the long run, and that aim is already within our reach today.“ -Oded Yinon, “A strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties”, Kivunum, translated by Israel Shahak, February 1982.
chief of military intelligence (1992-1998),
IDF Chief of Staff (2002-05),
Defense Minister of the Netanyahu cabinet (since 2013).
During the five-day trip he made to the United States, Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya’alon told Steve Inskeep, one of the hosts of Morning Edition on National Public Radio that “MidEast borders ‘absolutely’ will change” .
Ya’alon follows to the letter the balkanization process of the “Yinon Plan”, named after a former Israeli Foreign Ministry official : “the borders have already changed” since Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is no longer in a position to unify his country and that he “only controls 25% of Syria“, which creates a problem that Israel “will have to pay.” How sad!
According to Mr. Ya’alon’s antiquated views, there are countries with a real history and others whose borders were artificially drawn in 1916 by France and Britain under the Sykes-Picot Agreement to divide up the ruins of the Ottoman Empire.
Moshe Ya’alon states obvious truths such as
“Egypt will remain Egypt” or “Libya was a recent creation, a Western creation arising from the First World War. It’s the same for Syria and Iraq, two artificial nation-states (sic!), and what we are currently witnessing is the collapse of the Western concept. “
And what about the “New Israel“, is it not a creation of the Rothschild slave bankers and the law firm run by Lloyd George, who later became Prime Minister of Great Britain?
After its establishment in Russia and its subsequent persecution in 1883, and in 1903, the Wandering Zionism toyed with the idea of setting up “artificially” exogenous settlements in countries within the Anglo-Saxon sphere of influence such as Canada, Australia, East Africa, the south-western part of Texas (sic!), Angola and Uganda .
But hasn’t finance Zionism – a Zionism even deadlier than its irredentist version – already drawn all of the aforementioned countries into the Anglo-Saxon sphere of influence, in the course of the twenty-first century, through global banking deregulation?
In another interview with Charlie Rose, Ya’alon lashed out at Turkish President Erdogan, accusing him of being a “well-known supporter” of the Muslim Brotherhood .
The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that Ya’alon
“did not specify whether Israel’s borders, which were also (sic) traced by the Western powers after the First World War, will change” .
Ya’alon heaped more racist insults on the Palestinians, going so far as to raise the outrageous possibility of an “ethnic transfer“. The purpose of Ya’alon’s trip to the US was to placate the Obama team after the questionable remarks directed by Naftali Bennett, leader of fundamentalist right-wing religious party The Jewish Home, against US Secretary of State John Kerry, who linked the rise of the Islamic State to the non-resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On a previous occasion, Mr. Kerry had accused Israel of being almost a “pariah state.” Almost!?
Haaretz further reported that Ya’alon was “humiliated (sic) publicly” by the United States which prevented him from meeting with certain senior Obama cabinet officials: Vice President Joe Biden, John Kerry and national security adviser Susan Rice.
Concurring, as usual, The Economist – owned by the Financial Times, which is part of the Pearson Group, a group that controls the BlackRock bank, the world’s largest investment bank run by double US-Israeli national Larry Fink  – stated that most of the three million Syrian refugees are contemplating the “loss of their country” .
The government of Bashar al-Assad controls 25% of Syria and most of the rest is in the hands of the jihadists associated with the Islamic Caliphate (whose capital, Rakka, today is held by an international pack of foreign-controlled mercenaries). However, a relatively small portion of the territory, located in the north-east of the country on the border with Turkey, is still controlled by Syrian Kurds whose symbol has become the martyr city of Kobani, where the Islamic State reportedly deployed chemical weapons , a possibility “oddly” obscured by the propaganda machine of the United States and Israel (the misnamed Hasbara .
There are other enclaves, like Aleppo, on the outskirts of Damascus and the Golan Heights (where Israel plays the Al-Nusra card), which are in the hands of strange coalitions baptized by the “West“: Army free Syrian (sic), Al-Nusra, al-Qaeda or the Islamic State (IS).
The balkanization plan developed by the Israelis Yinon and Ya’alon is progressing at great speed thanks to this unreal entity called the caliphate of the Islamic State, whose tentacles extend to the Maghreb (the western part of the Arab world and North Africa) in terms of balkanisation  and is modeled on Libya.
Would IS jihadists by any chance be serving as the tool to neatly carve up the Arab world, according to the plans drawn up by Yinon and Ya’alon, plans whose scope encompasses Yemen? 
As certain simplistic reports would have one believe, which is not typical of Israeli-Anglo-Saxon subterfuges, it would seem that the US planes delivering weapons to the Syrian Kurds besieged in Kobani “made a mistake” since the weapons ended up in the hands of IS jihadists  Really!
No one – not even the Yinon/Ya’alon duo, the jihadists of the Islamic State or US strategists (the “Brzezinski/Rice/Peters/Clark/Wright” formula)  – is more aware of the perfidy of such balkanization plans than the tenacious Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has his own agenda regarding the Kurds, a group supported by Israel and NATO, which represents 15-25% of the population of Turkey, a country today on the verge of implosion. Erdoğan dubbed them the “new Lawrence of Arabia” in reference to the former British spy, accusing them of being the unexcelled champions balkanization .
Israel is gearing up for its umpteenth war against Hezbollah in Lebanon, also about to implode, while at a higher strategic level, the balkanization strategy of Tel Aviv’s propaganda machine is implemented by MEMRI. With the extraordinary progress made by the IS jihadists, the Washington-based center – founded by Yigal Carmon, an Israeli military spy, and Meyrav Wurmser, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute with links to the Zionist fundamentalist Likud party – can more forward on the issue regarding the “new order (sic) in the Middle East” focusing on four areas for the exclusivela benefit of “Greater Israel“. These four areas are:
1) the nuclear dispute with Iran (which does not have the right to possess nuclear weapons unlike the “chosen” people of Israel);
2) the Arab-Israeli conflict (frozen);
3) the Turkish-Kurdish process (sic) (implosion of Turkey and expansion of the “Great Kurdistan“) and
4) the conflict between the Shia and the Sunni (repeat at the theological level “30-year war?”).
For aesthetic reasons, I will leave aside the extremely serious accusation made by President Putin that “The United States is promoting terrorism financing the jihadists of the Islamic State” .
The balkanization of the “Greater Middle East” and the “New Order” that that will ensue, are they not the consequence of the Yinon/Ya’alon plans as consolidated by the “Brzezinski/Rice/Peters/Clark/Wright formula” plus the irresistible advance of their puppet jihadists?
La Jornada (Mexico)
 “Israel’s Defense Minister: Mideast Borders ’Absolutely’ Will Change”, NPR, 23 October 2014.
 “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties (The “Yinon Plan”)”, by Oded Yinon, Translation Israel Shahak, Kivunim (Israel) , Voltaire Network, 1 February 1982.
 “Muslim Brotherhood: Israel denounces and Britain investigates”, Voltaire Network, 24 October 2014.
 “BlackRock: el mayor inversionista del mundo detrás de la privatización de Pemex“, Alfredo Jalife-Rahme, La Jornada, 11 December 2013.
 The Hasbara is a method of factual communication which seeks to establish the truth by focusing on the contentious issues.
 “Is an ‘Islamic State in the Maghreb’ following in the footsteps of ISIS?”, Adam al-Sabiri, Al-Akhbar, 23 October 2014.
 “Southern Yemen separatists demonstrate calling for their independence”, Al-Akhbar, 23 octobre 2014.
 ““Fórmula Brzezinski/Rice/Peters/Clark/Wright” para balcanizar Medio Oriente“, Alfredo Jalife-Rahme, La Jornada, 17 August 2014. See also “Coalition Divided Over Goals”, by Thierry Meyssan, Translation Roger Lagassé, Voltaire Network, 10 November 2014
 “Turkish President Declares Lawrence of Arabia a Bigger Enemy than ISIS“, Jamie Dettmer,The Daily Beast, 13 Otober 2014.
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Is “Islamic State” really “Jewish State” ?
ISIL claims to be a Muslim liberation movement – yet it never attacks Israel or its supporters. Instead, its fighters are treated in Israeli hospitals and visited, complete with accolades, by the likes of Netanyahu.
Why would Jewish State (JS) support Islamic State – and vice-versa?
JS is occupying and ethnically cleansing Muslim holy land. JS launched a global war on Islam with the 9/11 coup d’état. JS is obviously the prime enemy of Muslims. In fact, the struggle to liberate Palestine from the JS extremists should be the top item on every Muslim’s political agenda – the one thing that brings all Muslims, everywhere, together. (Alongside all fair-minded people from all faiths and outlooks.)
Yet IS’s top priority is fighting the Axis of Resistance of Iran, Hezbollah, and Syria – the most capable and competent Islamic resistance movement against JS. And they’re destabilizing Iraq in service to the Oded Yinon plan to smash that country into pieces.
What kind of “Islamic resistance movement” is this?
It’s either a false flag group or a bunch of idiots…or some combination thereof.
Virtually every reputable Islamic scholar on earth, as well as all Muslim political leaders, have condemned IS. Yet the group is not without some popularity on social media, and hundreds of Muslims, mostly young and unsophisticated, have traveled to Iraq and Syria to join the group.
What explains the (limited) appeal of IS?
VT Senior Editor Gordon Duff says the young men who join IS are in it for the “jihadi brides.” Somehow I don’t think that’s a full and complete explanation. There are easier ways to get l- – I mean, married.
Eric Walberg is closer to the mark. Eric writes:
“The caliphate project, implementing sharia, the determination to overthrow the Saudi monarchy, the rejection of fiat money–these are legitimate goals and deserve serious analysis.”
Indeed, all four of these goals are widely shared by Muslims all over the world. Many Muslims would be tempted to follow Attila the Hun or Charlie Manson or Jack the Ripper if that individual said “la ilaha ila llah” and proclaimed a caliphate that would implement sharia, overthrow the Ibn Sauds, and reject fiat money. The Muslim world is more than ready for a new Islam-based social order, and any group that looks like it is having any success whatsoever at achieving it is likely to win a fair amount of support. So it shouldn’t be entirely surprising that such a flawed and dubious group as IS is able to drum up some followers.
I will be discussing “whence the appeal of IS?” on AlEtejah TV this Wednesday Nov. 26th at 1 pm Eastern.
And then I will interview Eric Walberg about the same topic Friday, Nov. 28th, 9 to 10 pm on Truth Jihad Radio.
Obama clarifies Assad policy
Speaking to reporters at G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia on November 16, US President Barack Obama dismissed reports of pending changes in Syria policy, saying “We have not had a comprehensive review of Syria. We’ve had a comprehensive review of what are we doing each and every week” in the military campaign to defeat the Islamic State.
On the role of Assad in the battle with IS and in a political transition in Syria, Obama said “there’s no expectation that we are going to in some ways enter an alliance with Assad. He is not credible in that country. Now, we are looking for a political solution eventually within Syria that is inclusive of all the groups who live there — the Alawite, the Sunni, Christians. And at some point, the people of Syria and the various players involved, as well as the regional players — Turkey, Iran, Assad’s patrons like Russia — are going to have to engage in a political conversation. And it’s the nature of diplomacy in any time, certainly in this situation, where you end up having diplomatic conversations potentially with people that you don’t like and regimes that you don’t like. But we’re not even close to being at that stage yet.”
Asked pointedly if he was actively discussing ways to remove Assad in the context of plans for a political transition in Syria, Obama responded with a simple “No.”
Obama’s clarity on Syria stood in contrast to an unusual presentation by US Secretary of State John Kerry the next day on how the Islamic State and the government of Syria are actually “co-dependent” or “symbiotic,” that is, they need each other as enemies, and the US must build and back a “moderate center” in Syria.
Kerry’s remarks come as Syrian military forces this month retook the area around the Al-Shaer gas field from the IS terrorist group after fierce fighting, as reported by Khaled Atallah.
Arguments implying, even faintly, some type of link between Assad and IS, should be treated with care and caution. Otherwise we might be reminded of the case made by the George W. Bush administration about the alleged ties between Saddam Hussein’s government and al-Qaeda, which was also built on sketchy evidence, strained logic and innuendo. A report by the US Senate Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence disproved the allegations of any formal ties between Saddam’s regime and al-Qaeda.
Obama’s clear-eyed approach should for now settle the debate on US Syria policy. His reference to the role of Iran in a Syrian political transition merits emphasis, especially with the Nov. 24 deadline for the P5+1 nuclear talks approaching.
This column wrote last week that “Iran is not necessarily immovable on Assad’s survival. Iran’s four-point plan for Syria includes a decentralization of power away from the Syrian presidency. Iranian officials privately signal that Assad may not be untouchable, under the right conditions, but such conversations — if they are to bear fruit — can only occur with Iran in a spirit of collaboration, not confrontation. Otherwise, Iran will simply hunker down, and the war will go on.”
Aleppo divided on ‘freeze’
The relentless fighting between Syrian government and opposition forces have left Aleppans with little hope that a solution lies in further armed struggle.
Edward Dark writes from Aleppo that a conflict freeze, as proposed by UN Special envoy to Syria Stefan de Mistura, is increasingly seen as a necessary step:
“Although opinion in the city is divided over the ambiguous “freeze” proposal, there is overwhelming support for a respite — brief or permanent — from the real hardships and dangers of war. To put it all into context, Aleppo is a city under constant bombardment from both warring camps. It suffers from chronic shortages of basic needs, collapsed infrastructure and a breakdown of general law and order. Those problems are especially pronounced in the rebel-held east.”
Syrian opposition gains in south
Syrian opposition forces contend that recent gains in the south of the country are showing the West that effective moderate rebel forces can hold their own, or more, with support.
Mustafa al-Haj reports from Damascus, “The southern front is the most dangerous for Damascus. Through all the battles to the south of the capital and to the east toward Ghouta, the regime aims to protect Damascus as its center of power and to confirm its continued control of the Syrian central state. Without Damascus, the regime is little more than another armed faction on the ground in terms of power and influence. Therefore, rebel control of the southern region may be a way to pressure the Syrian regime, which is currently preoccupied with scoring military victories in the north and in eastern Ghouta.”
Israelis, Palestinians fear religious war
Akiva Eldar writes that the murders of four worshippers at the Bnei Torah Kehillat Yaakov synagogue on Nov. 18 are an ominous sign for the further radicalization of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: “The events of recent days in Jerusalem prove that the mixture of tribal rivalry and political interests, which has filled the diplomatic vacuum to the brim and permeated all corners of the two societies, has been augmented by a mixture of religious passions blended with messianic nationalism.”
The massacre at the Bnei Torah Kehillat Yaakov synagogue, which was praised by Hamas and Islamic Jihad, came one day after a Palestinian bus driver was found hanged in his vehicle in Jerusalem. Although both Israeli and Palestinian coroners agreed that the death was a clear-cut case of suicide, according to Haaretz, the incident nonetheless sparked rumors in the Palestinian media that the death was caused by Jewish assailants.
The escalation around Jerusalem has sparked fears of a religious war, a third intifada, or splitting Jerusalem, as reported for Al-Monitor this week by Eldar, Ahmed Melhem, Daoud Kuttab and Mazal Mualem.
It has also caused Israel to reassess its dealing with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas. Ben Caspit writes that Israel’s right wing, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, blame Abbas for incitement and the recent escalation of violence in Jerusalem. The center-left has risen to Abbas’ defense, citing essential cooperation between Israeli security organizations and Shin Bet. Caspit concludes that “An in-depth examination yields a strange fact: Technically, both sides are right. The heads of the Israeli security organizations who describe the wonders of Abbas in all that concerns thwarting terrorist attacks are accurate. But the Israeli politicians who describe the wild and false incitement directed by the Palestinian Authority against Israelis and Jews also do not miss the mark.”
Meanwhile, Abbas must also contend with a crisis in his agreement with Hamas over the dismal conditions in Gaza. Hamas parliamentarians threatened, and then postponed, a no-confidence vote this week, as Adnan Abu Amer reports.
Caspit quotes a senior member of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee as saying “If we will continue to kick Mahmoud Abbas in this way, very soon we’ll find that we miss him.”
Is Egypt winning battle against IS-linked group?
The announcement by the Egyptian jihadist group Ansar Bayt al Maqdis, now known as Sinai Wilaya, that it had pledged loyalty to IS was alternately interpreted as a sign of the group’s weakness and a challenge to the reputation of Egypt’s security services.
A founder of Gamaa Islamiya, an Egyptian Islamist organization that nonviolently campaigns for a religious state, told Rami Galal, “’The pledge of allegiance made by Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis to IS at this time is a rescue call from Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis to IS in light of the full blockade against the group in Sinai at all levels following the attack on Karam al-Kawadis [military base].’”
However, an Al-Monitor correspondent in the Sinai sees the announcement by Sinai Wilaya as a sign of an escalating crisis in the Sinai problem that will bedevil President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s claims to greater security in the country.
Partly because of the dangerous security situation in the Sinai, Sultan Sooud al Qassemi writes that the time is now for Egypt and Qatar to mend ties: “That political reconciliation to which Amr Moussa alluded may be necessary to deal with the challenges that Egypt faces from fighting terrorism to alleviating poverty.”