On November 23, Egyptian military dictator Gen. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, a Crypto-Jew, turned table on his ‘brothers in arms’ (the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia) during the July 2013 military coup against democratically elected president Dr. Morsi, when he announced that he supports Syrian Army against the ‘foreign terrorists’. He also said that Syrian conflict could only be solved through political dialogues and not by guns.
“Our priority is to support national armies, for example in Libya to assert control over Libyan territories and deal with extremist elements. The same with Syria and Iraq,” el-Sisi said during an interview with Portuguese broadcaster RTP last week.
The announcement not only shocked Riyadh, Washington but also Tel Aviv. According to Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz, the intelligence head of Israel Occupation Force (IOF), Maj-Gen. Herzl Halevi acknowledged during a close-door security conference at Tel Aviv University that ISIS is on the verge of defeat in both Syria and Iraq.
“While the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group was weakening and its so-called caliphate was shrinking, this also meant Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hizbullah, were making gains and this would not be good for Israel,” Ha’aretz quoted Halevi saying.
Earlier in June 2016, Halevi said that “Israel does not want the situation in Syria to end with the defeat of ISIS.”
On Saturday, Donald Trump’s strategic adviser Stephen Bannon’s Breitbart News claimed that “Egypt is sending troops to aid Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin.” Cairo has debunked the Jewish propaganda lie.
On September 23, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry announced that Cairo and Riyadh did not share common attitudes vis-à-vis the ongoing crisis in Syria. He also said that terrorist groups could not remain in Syria if peace was to be achieved there. And he called for a political solution to the Syrian crisis, in clear departure from the Saudi policy of demanding al-Assad’s ouster.
On October 16, Major General Ali Mamlouk, head of Syria’s National Security Bureau, paid a one-day official visit to Cairo to hold talks with senior Egyptian intelligence officials about cooperation in confronting terrorists. Syria has faced the terrorist menace since the foreign-sponsored mayhem erupted there in early-2011. Egypt has faced a similar threat, especially in Sinai, since General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi came to power in July 2013.
The five-year bloodshed in Syria has been an Israeli Project from the day one.