“ISIS apologised for attacking us”.

There are only two relevant sides in the Syrian civil war. There is the legal Syrian government, led by Bashar al-Assad. Then there are the terrorist groups, of which, ISIS is the largest and the most infamous. Now we’re all well aware of the kind of atrocities that ISIS have been committing. There are plenty of stories and videos of them beheading western hostages, throwing gay men off the top of buildings, destroying irreplaceable ancient Roman era artefacts, taking women as sex slaves, claiming responsibility for the epidemic of terrorist attacks happening all across Europe, etc. Yet despite all this, Western policy and Western media seems more interested in demonising Assad, a popular, secular, and democratically elected ruler, rather than ISIS, even though Assad is fighting against them. I’ve discussed the stupidity of the narrative surrounding Assad in this post here already.

Now if you have any critical thinking skills, you might ask yourself, “Why is this happening?”. Lets assume that Assad really is guilty of the atrocities that the West claims that he is guilty of (and just for the record, I don’t actually think he is guilty of them at all). Well, if atrocities are the reason why the West is so opposed to him, then surely ISIS have him beat in that regard, even if he really did do all the things that they’ve accused him of. There’s no logical reason to go after Assad for “committing atrocities”, while ignoring the much larger list of atrocities committed by his opponents. If atrocities were the only concern, then the logical thing to do would be to deal with the greater evil (ISIS) first, bring the Syrian civil war to an end, and then when that is done, present any evidence of Assad’s alleged atrocities to the UN Security Council and his Russian allies, and negotiate his removal this way instead.

So when you realise that there is no logical reason behind the “Assad needs to be removed because he commits atrocities” narrative, there must instead be another explanation. One of the explanations I’ve heard put forward is that the west actually supports ISIS, because Assad is allied with Iran (Israel’s greatest enemy), and taking out Assad will help isolate Iran, and therefore strengthen Israel’s position in the region. This theory is also confirmed by Wikileaks. However, you would understandably then ask the question “Why would Israel support ISIS? Aren’t they the enemies of the Jews?”

Well, going by this story taken from The Times of Israel itself, apparently not.

From Times of Israel

Former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon on Saturday said the Islamic State terrorist group in the Syrian Golan Heights “apologized” for attacking an Israeli unit.

“There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said, using the terror group’s Arabic nickname.

Just think about this logically. Why would ISIS apologise for attacking Israeli forces, if they were enemies of Israel? They fight against the Assad forces in Syria, against Iran, and Hezbollah, all of whom are enemies of Israel. So in other words, ISIS fights the enemies of Israel, but when they accidentally attack Israeli forces, they apologise. I think it’s pretty obvious what this suggests.

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This was an apparent reference to a clash that took place near the Syrian border last November, in which IDF troops exchanged fire with members of the Islamic State affiliate. After a brief gun battle, the Israeli military attacked the terrorist group with airstrikes and tank fire, killing four of them.

Wow, they actually killed four of them? That makes a change. Normally, they’re treating their wounds.

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Netanyahu himself, shaking hands with one of them. For all we know, this guy may have gone on to murder plenty of innocent people after he was healed.

Israel and much of the Western world considers the Islamic State affiliate in the Syrian Golan Heights, known as the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, to be a terrorist group. Communication with them is technically illegal under Israeli law, constituting contact with an enemy agent.

“Technically illegal”

It won’t actually matter in practicality though.

Ya’alon was speaking at an event in the northern city of Afula. He was interviewed on stage by Eli Levi, a Channel 10 news correspondent.

His comment about the Islamic State’s apology was made as part of a broader point about Israel’s policy for Syria, which is largely non-interventionist.

LOL, non-interventionist, sure.

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You’re not fooling anyone.

Ya’alon was explaining that Israel carries out strikes against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces in retaliation when spillover fire hits the Israeli Golan Heights.

Golan Heights is actually internationally recognised Syrian territory, that has been illegally occupied by Israel since 1967. If they don’t want to get hit by any “spillover fire”, then they should just hand back the territory that they stole.

Ya’alon’s officer refused to elaborate on how exactly the Islamic State expressed its apology to Israel after the attack. The IDF also declined to comment.

I don’t think we’ll be getting an answer any time soon either. Something tells me that this isn’t the kind of thing he was supposed to say publicly.

Syrian officials have accused Israel of directly aiding the Islamic State and other rebel groups, a claim Jerusalem vociferously denies.

Yet we’re supposed to believe that ISIS just apologised for attacking Israeli forces, because they’re nice guys and didn’t mean to do so.

Lets really analyse the magnitude of what this all means. ISIS have claimed responsibility for pretty much every terrorist attack that has happened in the Western world the past few years. I’m not saying necessarily that they actually are responsible for them all, but the point is that they clearly support them all. Israel, which is supposedly the great ally of the Western world is supporting ISIS, because ISIS is useful to them.

Israel cares more about its own geo-political goals, than about the lives of people lost to ISIS terrorism. In addition to not caring about the atrocities they commit, Israel is also prolonging the Syrian war by supporting ISIS, which therefore prolongs the migrant crisis destroying Europe. While this war is being prolonged, Israeli NGO’s are even helping migrants get into Europe, but not into Israel, because they consider them a cancer. This shows them as the hypocrites they are. Jews have overwhelming influence in the media in much of the Western world (particularly in America), and have been the ones cheerleading for these destructive immigration and warmongering policies. Jews have been the biggest supporters of mass third world immigration to the first world (except in Israel of course). Jews have been the primary promoters of white guilt and stirring up racial hatred against us. They were the primary force behind the scourge of Communism.

Therefore, I think it’s safe to say that when you combine this latest story about them clearly working with ISIS, with everything else, that they are proving the antisemites rights about them. They are proving that they are no friend or ally to us at all. They are in fact the greatest threat facing us. Just think of it this way. They have been expelled from where they were living 109 times that we know of from recorded history. Are we really supposed to believe that all 109 times, that they were just innocent victims of irrational hatred, and never deserved what happened? Or, is it possible that they were causing problems for their host society, and the expulsion was just a backlash against them for all the trouble they were causing? Surely, 109 different groups, separated by both geography and history, can’t all have been irrational, hate filled bigots, right?

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