Last Sunday, Netanyahu in his first comment on ISIS victory in Iraq, said that Washington should stay out of the Iraqi conflict – and let the Sunni militants defeat the Shia-dominated government of prime minister al-Maliki and break-up Iraq. “This will weaken Iranian influence in the Arab region,” said Netanyahu during his address at Tel Aviv University’s INSS think-tank.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday told US Secretary of State John Kerry that he believes “the creation of an independent Kurdish state is a foregone conclusion,” citing Iraq’s “breaking up.” Meanwhile, Israeli President Shimon Peres told US President Barack Obama that “the Kurds have, de facto, created their own state, which is democratic.”
Recently, the Jewish TIME magazine, revealed that Washington plans to split Iraq into three weaker states which would never pose an ‘existential threat’ to the Zionist entity. The plan calls for; an Israel-friendly Kurd state based on Kurd-majority areas in Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran, a Shia-dominated state around Baghdad, and a pro-Saudi Sunni state along Saudi-Iraq -Syrian border.
On June 23, 2014, American Jewish author, Phyllis Bennis, the so-called “anti-Israel”, but a racist Jew and a closet Zionist, wrote an article suggesting five steps Obama can take in Iraq without going back to war. One of the suggestion, is: “engage immediately with Iran to bring pressure to bear on the Iraqi government to end its sectarian discrimination, its violence against civilians, and its violations of human rights.”
One wonders, does Ms. Bennis know that the greatest human rights abusers in the region happens to be United States’ allies like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and Israel.
In June 25 interview with fellow Jewish Amy Goodman at ‘Democracy Now!‘, Bennis said that while John Kerry visited Baghdad, Cairo and Amman recently, Kerry ignored Tehran, “the most important stop he could make”. She also claimed that both the US and Iran have a common enemy – ISIS. Here too, Bennis exposed her Zionist card. Iran support al-Maliki government to have a stabilized Iraq along its borders. The US, on the other hand, as usual supports both al-Maliki and ISIS for the security of the Zionist entity. The so-called “Islamist ISIS” is a creation of United States. These Wahabi-Salafi throat-cutters are armed and funded by America’s allies in the region. The US-Israeli personnel provided military training to these Takfiris in Jordan and Turkey.
Let us not forget Zionist Christian joke (WND), reported by Michael Maloof: “ISIS threatens nuke attack on Israel.” How ironic, Israel is the only entity in the region with 240-400 nukes.
“The US and its regional allies have armed ISIS in Syria and Iraq. The motives are clear. To remove Assad, drag Iran (and Hizbullah) to this into this quagmire with the intention of bleeding all sides. It would also justify American presence to combat ‘terrorists’ and foreign fighters so that America can re-occupy its bases and dominate the Persian Gulf region as planned. To sum up, neoconservatives had long sought to dominate the Persian Gulf and use it as a launch pad in their grand strategy of global dominance. When fear of communism and inter-state wars ceased to justify this agenda, 9/11 came to the rescue. Sectarian division eliminated resistance to the plan. As renowned strategist Michael Porter said, “Finally, strategy must have continuity. It can’t be constantly reinvented.” The ISIL is that continuation,” said Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, a US-Iranian journalist and author. Read the article here.
Canadian Jewish professor Michel Chossudovsky says that the so-called “US-Iran” collaboration against ISIS in Iraq is a media scam. Tehran has rejected western claim saying there were no negotiations.
On June 22, Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatullah Ali Khamenei blamed United States and its regional allies for the current bloodshed in Iraq. He stressed that Tehran is against any foreign interference in Iraq. He said the US should let the Iraqis resolve their own problems. He also said that there is no Shia-Sunni sectarian conflict. The ISIS agenda in Syria and Iraq is to destroy resistance to American domination of the region.