Tuesday 29 November 2011


An Egyptian man looks at flames rising from a pipeline that delivers gas to Israel and Jordan after it was hit by an explosion some 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of the town of Al-Arish in the north of the Sinai peninsula. AFP Photo 

Israel wants the Sinai back. It was, after all, only a forced temporary loan to return it to Egypt five decades ago. Just a necessary setback en route to the Greater Israel project which is en route to the Greater planet, as we all know.

This “agitation” in Egypt against Israel, if not the product of Israeli and American machinations, is still very welcome by Israel because it helps build up that infamous defence, “But we are just protecting ourselves from the big nasty Muslims (Egyptians) who want to hurt poor lil old us.”

Possession of the Sinai would also help Israel's stranglehold tighten around Palestine since there would be fewer "accidents" such as tunnels to ease the restrictions imposed by Israel upon those pesky Palestinians.

Watch for more false flags on the Sinai; these also serve to enhance the international clash of civilizations that is being formulated by the forces of American and its buddy Israel. Israel can rouse the anti-Islamic sympathies of the Christian Zionists to move things along to her own ends. 
"You see! Hollywood, John Hagee, is right in showing you for a century what those Moozlims are really like! Help! Help! Potential holocaust on the way! Help!"
The more destabilization that can come of this state of affairs the better!  And if, as seems to be the case, the CIA asset known as the Muslim Brotherhood wins the Egyptian elections being held at present, you can count on further planned deterioration of relationships between Egypt and the West, especially Israel. 

That is what America and Israel are paying the big bucks for.

By Gil Ronen
November 29, 2011

MK Aryeh Eldad (NU): world public opinion should be primed to see Egyptian army entry into Sinai as casus belli.

MK Aryeh Eldad (National Union) warned Sunday that Israel must prepare for the possibility that Egypt will deploy its military in the Sinai peninsula ~ and respond to that act as a declaration of war.

Eldad, who is a member of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, said Israel “must prepare for the annulment” of the treaty, or its abrogation without a formal annulment.

Israel could face a situation in which “the Sinai will no longer be just a place for storing arms and training, and military forces beyond what was agreed upon in the peace treaty will enter it,” he said. “World public opinion should be prepared for the fact that this would be a casus belli,” he said.

Eldad added that he does not believe Israel’s government will take these steps, but also said that “we cannot afford not to do this” because “otherwise we will find Egyptian divisions hurtling in our direction through Sinai.”

US forces deployed in the Sinai provide no protection, he said, because they might be evacuated “by means of a single phone call” as occurred in the case of a UN force stationed in Sinai before the Six Day War.

1 comment:

  1. YES, an attack on Sinai soon!

    - Aangirfan


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