Arab paper: Syria, Iran instigated Gaza conflict – Dr. John McTernan’s Insights «

Nov 20th

Posted by JohnMcTernan in Daily Digest

Verse of the Day

Joel 3:19,20 Egypt shall be a desolation, and Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence against the children of Judah, because they have shed innocent blood in their land. But Judah shall dwell for ever, and Jerusalem from generation to generation.

Commentary

Hamas is attacking at the direction of Iran

I feel it is definite that Iran is behind the Hamas attack on Israel. Iran wants to start the war to bog Israel down and prevent an attack on Iran. It also could help unite the Arabs into attacking Israel and help save Assad from being overthrown. This means that Iran is desperate and feels the pressure from Israel. It also shows how, at anytime, the war could explode between Iran and Israel.

If Hamas goes for a ceasefire, it is because Israel inflicted tremendous damage, and they cannot continue. Hamas will only agree to a ceasefire if it is desperate, otherwise they would continue fighting.

No matter what happens, this conflict shows how close the all-out war is.

Arab paper: Syria, Iran instigated Gaza conflict 11/19/12 This is a great article that shows how Iran is directly behind the Gaza conflict to try and save Assad and Syria. I felt this all along.

“According to Alhomayed, the Iranians tried heating up the fronts on the Israeli borders via their agents. When unsuccessful on the Syrian and Lebanese fronts, they chose the Gaza Strip. “When the Golan front did not move quickly enough for al-Assad and Iran, they resorted to the Gaza front, because this can be inflamed far quicker, whilst it is also easier for Israel in this regard. For Israel, Gaza is like a punching bag that can be used for training and muscle flexing, whilst success in Gaza would strike several “files” in one go “.

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