Israel’s Latest Strikes in Syria Prove that the US-Russia-Israel Jerusalem National Security Summit Was a Success: Thus Claimed Andrew Korybko



Comment By UP

Contrary to Andrew Korybko’s claim “Israel’s Latest Strikes in Syria Prove that the US-Russia-Israel Jerusalem National Security Summit” was a failure.

A real political analyst should know that Russia is in Syria to fight terrorism, not “Israel”, to help Syria to defend itself, and liberate every inch of Syrian territories. 

Russia never claimed that its part of the resistance axis. Nor claimed that its in Syria to liberate, by force, Palestinian and Syrian territories occupied in 1967 war. The defeated anglozionist empire in Syria is ready to accept the Syrian victory, if Iran Iran and allies leave Syria, and Russia has no means help in that. Most likely Russia told its partners in the “US-Russia-Israel Jerusalem National Security Summit”: If you want Iran’s and allies to leave Syria, you should leave Golan Heights and and accept a Palestinian state in Gaza and occupied west bank,

Moreover, I would draw the readers attention to the following facts:

  1. Resistance axis consists mainly of Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and allies in Lebanon, Palestinian resistance , Ansarallah in Yemen and IRAQI POPULAR MOBILIZATION.
  2. In July war, Syria was not involved directly in confronting the Israeli aggression, because Hezbollah was not in need for such involvement, the same applies to Israeli wars on Gaza.

However, if the Anglo-Zionist Empire dared to attack Iran, Russia shall not fight, but shall provide all means Iran may need to help Iran to defend itself. Sayyed Nasrallah was crystal clear, when he said on Al-quds day:

“The US knows well that any war on Iran will not remain confined to Iran’s borders. The entire region will burn, leading to all US forces and interests in the region being annihilated,”


Israel’s Latest Strikes in Syria Prove that the US-Russia-Israel Jerusalem National Security Summit Was a Success

Global Research, July 01, 2019

There’s no more convincing proof that last week’s historic National Security Summit in Jerusalem between Russia, “Israel”, and the US was a success than the self-professed “Jewish State’s” latest anti-Iranian strikes in Syria, which were more than likely approved  by Moscow in advance as part of its regional “balancing” strategy in pursuit of a “New Detente”.

Israel” carried out several strikes against what media reports allege were IRGC bases in Syria around midnight on 1 July, defying popular expectations that this wouldn’t happen ever again after Russia gave some very high-profile but nevertheless misleading statements about its supposedly “allied” commitment to Iran the week prior. The historic National Security Advisor Summit in Jerusalem between Russia, “Israel”, and the US was widely described as a failure after Moscow defended Tehran’s military presence in the Arab Republic and reaffirmed that the two are “allies”, but that doesn’t tell the full story because Russian Security Council Secretary Patrushev was only talking about their anti-terrorist cooperation in Syria and didn’t mean anything more broadly than that.

The same goes for the Russian Foreign Ministry’s envoy to Asian countries and in particular the presidential advisor on Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov’s promise a few days later that Iran “won’t be alone” if the US attacks it. Alt-Media interpreted this through its members’ typical wishful thinking perspective to mean that Russia was implying a direct military intervention against the US in support of Iran if a conflict were to break out, when in reality he was most likely talking about the political and moral support that the rest of the world would extend to the Islamic Republic in that scenario. Shortly after, a Russian official told Sputnik that “we are open to discussions” with Iran about selling it the S-400s, which was also wrongly reported in the outlet’s own headline as “Russia ready to deliver S-400 to Iran” when it literally only signaled its interest in starting talks about this.

The combination of Patrushev, Kabulov, and the military-technical official’s statements created the false perception that Russia would militarily defend its Iranian “ally”, which is why many people were so surprised when “Israel” just carried out several strikes against its forces in Syria. Not only that, but the S-300s once again failed to respond, confirming that they’re just status symbols worshiped by those who suffer from a “savior complex”. The latest attacks were particularly painful for those who sincerely thought that Russia would prevent this from happening since some of them targeted the Homs Governorate close to where the S-300s are reportedly located in neighboring Hama Governorate’s nearby city of Masyaf, sending the clear-cut message that Moscow won’t let them be used against “Putinyahu’s Rusrael“.

As the shock of what happened begins to set in, the Alt-Media Community would do well to remember that none other than Bibi himself spilled the beans about what was about to happen just days before the strikes took place when he said that “all of us (Russia, “Israel”, and the US) agree on the end goal of getting Iran out of Syria” when briefing his compatriots on the outcome of the National Security Advisor Summit. Many people mocked him at the time and dismissed his comment as nothing more than Zionist boasting, but he was actually telling the truth in hindsight as proven by the fact that Russia once again  “passively facilitated” “Israel’s” anti-Iranian strikes in Syria, shattering the worldview of those who fell for Moscow’s messaging in the days prior. In fact, one can’t help but wonder whether that said messaging was designed to cover up a deal that it struck.

To elaborate, the three quoted Russian officials were uncharacteristically enthusiastic about their support of Iran, which should have immediately been a dead-giveaway to keen observers that something was up. Furthermore, the fact that Alt-Media didn’t report on the entirety of Patrushev’s comments from that event, especially about how “Russia puts special attention on ensuring Israel’s security“, should have been another sign that a perception management operation was in progress. More than likely, Russia wanted to capitalize on the outpouring of global support for Iran after it downed an American drone earlier that week and misportray itself as the Islamic Republic’s loyal “ally” in order to redirect some of the sympathy towards its Mideast policy as well, all of which would make “Israel’s” forthcoming strikes all the more unexpected.

It’s doubtful that Iranian decision makers fell for this perception management operation that was probably mostly targeting the general audience at large and not the strategic one in the Islamic Republic, but then again, Tehran still can’t seem to accept that India has turned against it so it’s theoretically possible that it also didn’t see this coming either. That said, many Iranians have reportedly been killed over nearly the past four years since Russia militarily intervened in Syria and began to “passively facilitate” “Israel’s” strikes there, so it would be strange for them to think that this would change after what Patrushev said at the historic Jerusalem Summit about ensuring “Israel’s” security, which is nothing more than a euphemism for continuing to allow it to bomb the IRGC in Syria.

Given what just took place, there’s no doubt that the National Security Advisor Summit in Jerusalem was a success in more ways than one. Not only did Russia apparently approve — if not coordinate — “Israel’s” latest strikes (and likely the many more that will occur in the coming future) as part of its regional “balancing” strategy aimed at “passively facilitating” Iran’s dignified but “phased withdrawal” from Syria as a quid pro quo for clinching a “New Detente” with the US, but Moscow’s messaging strategy also succeeded in managing international perceptions and obscuring its behind-the-scenes role in the latest attacks. Altogether, all of this works out very well for Netanyahu’s upcoming re-election campaign and it’s predicted that he’ll continue striking the IRGC in Syria with Putin’s tacit approval in the run-up to September’s vote.


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This article was originally published on Eurasia Future.

Andrew Korybko is an American Moscow-based political analyst specializing in the relationship between the US strategy in Afro-Eurasia, China’s One Belt One Road global vision of New Silk Road connectivity, and Hybrid Warfare. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research.

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8 Responses

  1. I acknowledge the “Comment By UP” above. Perhaps my obsession with truth, justice and peace for Palestine is too parochial? — i.e., I don’t see the “big picture” as seen by “bigger players and analysts” than I?

    Notwithstanding, my visceral and emotional instincts will never waver: Viva Palestine! Palestine Is Still THE Issue! Solve Palestine and all the other Zionist-infused machinations around the globe can begin to be addressed, one by one!

    • Watched! (ended at about 8:20) — thank you! intend to re-watch as I attempt in my amateurish fashion to sort out the “diplomatic-ish”-speak!

    • I scanned this a couple of days ago at a different site (Unz?). It’s overlong — perhaps necessarily so — and I’m still not convinced by The Saker or anyone that President Putin fully appreciates, and will act upon, the deviousness and psychotic criminality of the Ziomonster (how presumptuous of me!). I’ll just have to wait to assess whether (e.g.) President Putin has any success in getting the Ziomonster to vacate the Golan [or securing surcease for the Palestinians]…but, (i) with “Trump Heights” an “existential” reality on the Heights (validated and affirmed by “US ambassador” (sic) Friedman) and (ii) reports I read about increasingly brazen and terroristic Zioactivity in Hebron/Al-Khalil, I’m not putting my money in the pot as a wager. In the meantime, Viva Syria! Viva Palestine!.

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