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Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon “ISIS is not a threat for us.”

Thursday, January 28, 2016 22:01
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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The Israeli Defense Minister prefers an Islamic terrorist takeover in Syria

By Michael Hoffman


The Israeli government no longer needs to conceal its alliance with the bloodiest and most murderous, Christian-hating terrorists on earth: Islamic State, aka ISIS.


From The Times of Israel, January 19, 2016:

Ya’alon: “I would prefer Islamic State to Iran in Syria”

From the Washington Post, January 19, 2016:

Israeli defense minister: “If I had to choose between Iran and ISIS, I’d choose ISIS” Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon  ISIS “is not a threat for us.”


Washington Post, Jan. 19

— Speaking at the Institute for National Security Studies’ (INSS) conference in Tel Aviv on Jan. 19, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon made a bold statement: If he had to choose between Iran and the Islamic State, he told the audience, he’d “choose ISIS.”

Ya’alon reasoned that Iran had greater capabilities than the Islamic State and remained the biggest threat for Israel. He argued that if Syria were to fall to one of the two powers, he would prefer it were the Islamic State rather than Iran or Iran-backed groups.

“ …He also added that Israel shared common interests with the regional Sunni Muslim powers, who were also threatened by the Shia Muslim Iran.

…The comment did seem to highlight a widespread belief in Israeli defense circles that the Islamic State is not a big problem for Israel and that Iran and Iran-backed groups like Hezbollah are of a bigger concern. This belief has been born out in policy: Israel has largely avoided any involvement in the fight against the Islamic State but has struck Hezbollah inside Syria.

…He has also dismissed the idea that the Islamic State was a direct threat to Israel. “ISIS is a new phenomenon, originating from al-Qaeda. This is not a threat for us,”   he told The Washington Post’s Lally Waymouth in 2014.

— End quote from the Washington Post; emphasis supplied.

Many prominent news outlets have refused to report Ya’alon’s appalling statement. Since Jan. 19 the New York Times has suppressed it entirely.

Moshe Ya’alon is mocking every American murdered in San Bernardino and all the people slaughtered by ISIS in Paris, as well as all Christians, Kurds and Shiites who have been beheaded and massacred, along with Christian churches destroyed. The Israeli Defense Minister’s preference for the conquest of Syria by ISIS would mean the wholesale extermination of the Christian and Alawaite population. Why isn’t his genocidal preference for the worst of all Islamic terrorist organizations front page news in the U.S.?

                                                                         The Israeli-Saudi Alliance

 The Israelis are allies of the Wahhabist/Salafist terror network of ISIS. Israeli hospitals have been treating wounded ISIS and al Qaeda terrorists and then returning them to the battlefields.

Leading Saudi princes like Bin Talal admit they are in alliance with the Israelis.

It is the Saudi brand of Sunni (“Wahhabi”) Islam which forms the terrorist theology of both al Qaeda and ISIS:


New York Times, September 24, 2014




New York Times, January 24, 2014

New York Times, September 24, 2014 New York Times, January 24, 2014 Moshe Ya’alon was referring to Saudi Arabia when he stated, “Israel shared common interests with the regional Sunni Muslim powers.”

The demonic power is proceeding on schedule and rubbing our faces in its startling control over the West. They have dropped their mask — which signifies that we are in the final, Revelation of the Method stage of the Cryptocracy’s great game.


The below videos are not part of the above article however they have a lot of relevant information that relates to the Israeli / ISIL / Saudi Arabia / CIA connections.




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  • Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon “ISIS is not a threat for us.” Um yeah we already knew that,.. but it’s not because ISIS is afraid of Israel, it’s because ISRAEL HOLDS THE LEASH TO ISIS and a dog doesn’t bite the hand that feeds it!

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