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Weapons for Jihadists in Syria: Israel Steps in for Qatar and Britain

A collection of Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria

Israeli regime approved delivery of weapons to terrorists in Syria.

It seems that the Israeli regime steps in as supplier of weapons for Qatar as well as for the British Prime Minister David Cameron, and thus for the government in Britain, which has recently decided that they better not send further arms, ammunition and other kind of “military aid” to the foreign-backed terrorists and jihadists fighting in Syria against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in the capital, Damascus.

Although Britain sends chemical warfare protection to the terrorists and jihadists in Syria now. Of course, not the best replacement for the previously promised new and modern weapons for the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists fighting against the Syrian government and the Syrian Al Qaeda branch within Syria.

According to a new report by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the Israeli regime under the lead of Benjamin Netanyahu (some call him “Nero-tanyahu”) has decided to make an U-turn on the issue in terms of the arms deliveries to the foreign-backed terrorists in Syria and thus, the Israeli regime decided to send weapons and ammunition to the Islamists, religious fanatics and terrorists fighting in Syria. This could be, in terms of national security of the Israeli occupation power, probably not the best decision they have ever made so far.

It seems that the Israeli regime is more concerned about a currently very possible victory of the Syrian government and army forces against all terrorist groups and kinds of armed thugs and fighters on Syrian soil, than they are about many jihadists and terrorists with new and modern weapons on Syrian soil. Although the current Syrian government backs Hezbollah and Iran, there is the certainty that Israel had not the worst times in terms of Syria in recent years. Thus, the new decision a little bit strange but that`s probably normal for somebody such as Benjamin Netanyahu.

According to reports about the decision of the Israeli regime and Benjamin Netanyahu to make an U-turn and to start the preparations of sending weapons into the hands of terrorists and Islamists in Syria, while some of these groups they are going to arm have also an innate hatred against Israel, the Israeli regime is not only concerned about the possible victory of the Syrian government in the capital Damascus, but also about the situation in their illegally occupied Golan Heights and, yeah, somebody has to jump in for the drawback by Qatar and Britain.

A collection of Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria
A collection of Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria

Qatar has some other things to do currently and David Cameron has listened to his security advisers, so both decided to not send weapons in the hands of strangers in Syria.

Strangers in the sense of that if they send weapons and military aid into Syrian territory, and want these arms to reach the hands of the terrorist groups of the supported “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), there is a huge possibility since some weeks that the weapons will finally land in the arms of the Syrian Al Qaeda offshoot due to the situation that the Syrian Al Qaeda branch (e.g. Al Nusra Front) is already more powerful and has more control over certain Syrian regions than the still foreign-supported “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists that lose the most battles against the Syrian army and against the Al Qaeda-linked groups now.

The Israeli regime has approved the delivery of weapons and “military aid” – with one exception. As reported, the Israeli regime is not interested to send anti-aircraft weapons into the hands of the foreign-backed terrorists and Islamists in Syria.

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  1. Arklight

    Hey! Israel! “Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty demeanor preceedeth a fall.” It’s in the Old Testament, look it up. In my opinion, you’re about to let your alligator overload your hummingbird.


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