The Security Council Gets Ready to order Israel to Break Ties with al-Qaeda, by Thierry Meyssan

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In August 2014, Israel participated in driving out the Blue Helmets from the Golan buffer zone, and for two years entrusted this territory to al-Qaeda, to which it guarantees logistics. Then, Benjamin Netanyahu announced his intention to violate Resolution 338 and to annex Golan under occupation. This was the last straw. The US and the Russian Federation have decided to call Tel-Aviv to heel.

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Source: The Security Council Gets Ready to order Israel to Break Ties with al-Qaeda, by Thierry Meyssan

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In August 2014, Israel participated in driving out the Blue Helmets from the Golan buffer zone, and for two years entrusted this territory to al-Qaeda, to which it guarantees logistics. Then, Benjamin Netanyahu announced his intention to violate Resolution 338 and to annex Golan under occupation. This was the last straw. The US and the Russian Federation have decided to call Tel-Aviv to heel.

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On 17 April 2016, Benjamin Netanyahu teases the international community by organizing a Council of Ministers on the plateau of Golan and declaring that he would never return it to Syria.

The Security Council should soon adopt a resolution co-drafted by the United States and the Russian Federation…

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7 thoughts on “The Security Council Gets Ready to order Israel to Break Ties with al-Qaeda, by Thierry Meyssan

    • I think it’s important to remember that Israel is carrying out US bidding in supporting ISIS in the Golan Heights and oppressing Palestine. If US suddenly cut off military aid, Israel would end the Palestinian occupation tomorrow.

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      • It would have to end the occupation. The U.S. is the only veto Israel has on the U.N. Security Council. Without the U.S. Security Council, sanctions would cripple Israel militarily and economically. I do not believe that the U.S. desires an occupied Palestine. Every Administration has promoted some version of a two state solution. The lack of implementation of a two state solution is the direct consequence of AIPAC money, minority and reactionary neocons, and, it is one of the best examples of the tail wagging the dog, in U.S.-Israel relations.

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        • It’s easy for the US to advocate for a 2 state solution – given that the large amount of Palestinian territory handed over to illegal Israel settlements makes it impossible to form a contiguous Palestinian state. The only fair solution is a one state solution – a single secular state in which all citizens enjoy equal rights regardless of their ethnicity or religion – and which allows Palestinian refugees the right to return and take up the property that has been stolen from them.

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          • I agree in principle, but, with almost 70 years of occupation (the worst part being after the wars starting in the late 1960’s), one wonders if such a state would meet the same fate as former Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. Theere are strong tribal elements at play here, and, I am including the Israeli Jews. A one state solution, however, does seem to share support from Jews, Palestinians, and other groups in the region (including Iran).

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