UPDATES 9 am Israel time, Sunday, August 18 2013:
*If it’s not one border, it’s another. The focus for the last 24 hours has been the Syrian border where mortar fire from Syria directed at the Israeli Golan Heights has produced a retaliatory IDF Tammuz missile strike that destroyed the Syrian mortar position.
In Syria itself, two important, as yet unverified, reports today: first, Hezbollah’s most senior field commander in Syria, Hossam Ali Nasser, has been killed; second, a Free Syrian Army (FSA) website is reporting that Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem is dead.
Meanwhile across Syria’s nonexistent border with Lebanon, Hassan Nasrallah is still reeling from the suicide car bombing a few days ago which left 27 people dead in Hezbollah’s Dahiya suburb. In a fiery speech yesterday, the blubbery Nasrallah said that he is ready to go fight in Syria himself –and that incidents such as the car bombing only intensify Hezbollah’s resolve to support Assad.
This morning, Hezbollah is conducting a frantic search in the Beirut area for 4 cars–two of which carry Syrian license plates. You can easily deduce the reason why.
“Whenever we start a war, we shouldn’t do so for the purpose of gaining territory; at least not as a general rule. Instead we should do it for economic gains. This way everyone will see how powerful we are; and they will be in fear of our many international spies and agents who roam the earth without limitation.”
From the fraudulent, anti-Semitic, “Protocols of the Elders of Zion”
Speaking of that car bombing in Beirut, remember how just two days ago everyone from the Lebanese president to Nasrallah to the perpetrators of the bombing were blaming Israel? The Lebanese president saw “Israel’s fingerprints”, Nasrallah saw “Mossad agents”, the perpetrators saw Nasrallah as an “Israeli agent.”
How long ago was it in Damascus that Assad was blaming Israel for trying to overthrow his brutal regime, and the equally brutal Syrian rebels were accusing Assad of being a Zionist collaborator? And let’s not even get started about Iran whose ayatollahs find Israeli spies behind every bush and tree and hang them.
Back in 2012, a vulture was captured in the Sudan and accused of being an Israeli spy. Turkey nabbed and interrogated another bird three weeks ago on suspicion of being a Mossad agent. Every Egyptian is convinced that every shark off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh is a Zionist provocateur.
The new sport this morning is blaming Israel for the unrest in Egypt.
“Western diplomats say that General Sisi and his circle appeared to be in heavy communication with Israeli colleagues, and the diplomats believed the Israelis were also undercutting the Western message by reassuring the Egyptians not to worry about American threats to cut off aid.”
Note the unnamed Western diplomats, appeared to be in heavy communication, with unnamed Israeli colleagues, and that “Israelis were also undercutting the Western message” . . . This is straight out the Protocols handbook: Zionists, Zionists everywhere–attempting to control the world.
Never mind that the Egyptian military has detested the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood since Day One; never mind that the Gulf countries led by the U.A. E. and Saudi Arabia are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into Egypt to support the Sisi government, never mind any of this–the Times article would even have us believe that Israel can now control whom the Obama Administration decides to provide aid to.
Israel, Israel, all the time Israel. Wherever there is a problem in the world, you can be sure it is being caused by Israel. No one, not Hezbollah, not Assad, not the Palestinians, not the Iranians, not the Muslim Brotherhood bear any responsibility whatsoever for their actions. After all, there are Israeli spies everywhere “who roam the earth without limitation.”
We are living in the days of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.