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Next door to the war

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The State of Israel has long ceased to be the center of conflicts in the Middle East, although traditional diplomacy (including domestic), by inertia, continues to give this country increased attention.


The Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” is being discussed by politicians as if it could be reanimated, and there are numerous programs of the international humanitarian and human rights movement in the UN that focus their attention on the Palestinians. Meanwhile, the region is engulfed in conflicts much more bloody than the Arab-Israeli one, and its constituent countries weaken or fall apart without the participation of Israel. Some external players change their attitude to this country in accordance with the Middle Eastern realities (like the administration of Donald Trump in the US), while others (left-liberal forces from Obama and Soros to the officials of the UN and the EU) are trying to preserve their usual anti-Israeli strategy.

It is characteristic that Russia's participation in the civil war in Syria, which borders on Israel and has been its military adversary for decades, is significantly different from the military-political cooperation between Moscow and Damascus in the Soviet period. In the current situation, countries adhere to positive neutrality, which allows them to maintain a presence in the region without colliding or clashing. This task has recently seemed impossible, all the more so since Israel’s opponents of Israel, such as the Iranians and the Lebanese Hezbollah, are on the side of Damascus, but for almost a year and a half of the actions of the Russian Aerospace Force in Syria, it was resolved - first of all due to regular Russian-Israeli contacts on top state and military level.

At the same time, the cooperation of the parties in the civil war-ridden region of the Eastern Mediterranean is distinguished by a rare stability, in contrast to Turkey, which has gone from negative neutrality to confrontation on the verge of conflict. And through swift and demonstrative (at the initiative of Turkey) reconciliation to joint actions on the withdrawal of the pro-Turkish groups from the military confrontation with Damascus. It should be noted that during the same period, reconciliation with Turkey took place in Israel, and in the United States openly the anti-Israeli and anti-Russian administration of President Obama was replaced by the Trump administration, which is positive towards Israel and at least for the time being neutral to Russia. That will positively affect the situation in Syria and other areas of intersection of interests of Moscow and Washington.

Domestic experts, considering the policy of Israel towards Syria and what is happening on its territory during several years of civil war, usually rely on traditional stamps from Soviet times that have little in common with the real state of affairs. This article, based on materials prepared for an IBI by an Israeli scientist V. Chernin, is intended to give readers the opportunity to get acquainted with the point of view “from the floor,” presented without distorting bills. World media, as a rule, describe the Israeli position regarding the Syrian events, passing through its filters, which often distort it beyond recognition (as well as the Russian or Iranian). Meanwhile, it is interesting and important in its own right, including because Israel directly borders on the fighting areas in Syria.

Netanyahu's special gift

Clashes between the allies of President Assad and the armed opposition have been going on for several years in the governorates (governorates) of Quneitra and Dara'a, adjacent to the Golan Heights, which came under Israeli control as a result of the Six-Day War in 1967. With the exception of individual targeted attacks on targets in Syrian territory (they are usually reported by foreign sources, while the Israeli authorities remain silent), the Jewish state does not intervene in a civil war in a neighboring country. Regarding the events there since 2011, since the beginning of this war, Israeli politicians have been very cautious. Public statements were made only by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (he has been in office since 2009) and the Ministers of Defense (since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, this post has been occupied by Ehud Barak, Moshe Yaalon and Avigdor Lieberman). The meaning of the statements has always been reduced to the fact that Israel is not involved in the war in the SAR and does not want to be drawn into it, but will not allow shelling of its territory from Syria. Not only representatives of the ruling coalition, but also the parliamentary opposition refrained from speaking out on this topic.

Regardless of their political views, all Israelis understand that on the threshold of their country one of the bloodiest Middle East conflicts of the century unfolded and that the ability of Benjamin Netanyahu to prevent being drawn into this conflict is a common interest. This ability of the prime minister was one of the important reasons for Netanyahu’s unprecedented political success for Israel for many years. Since September, 2015, after the start of Russia's intervention in the civil war in Syria, Israel has established and maintains bilateral contacts with Moscow in the military sphere. The leading figure in these contacts is the prime minister. Israeli media and politicians, including the parliamentary opposition, avoid commenting on Netanyahu’s visits to Moscow (not to mention criticism of this). Understanding that it is a question of agreeing with Moscow on issues related to the protection of the vital interests of the Israeli population, they provided the Prime Minister with credibility in contacts with President Putin and other senior officials of Russia.

This does not mean that everyone in Israel supports the policy of Russia in Syria. Iran and Hezbollah, Russia's allies in the Syrian conflict, are seen as enemies. However, Israeli politicians, both from the right and from the left camp, refrained from publicly criticizing the actions of the Russian Federation in Syria. Only non-parliamentary radical left-wing Israeli organizations, supported by local Muslim Arabs and a very limited number of Jews, spoke with her. Last year, they repeatedly organized small anti-Russian demonstrations in connection with the fighting in Aleppo and the victims among its civilian population. Until recently, completely ignored calls for the Israeli authorities to open the country's borders and accept refugees from Syria.

Next door to the warThe attitude of the Israeli Arabs to the civil war in Syria is ambiguous. Druzes and Christian Arabs sympathize with their co-religionists who are under attack in Syria by Sunni militants. However, the Sunnis, who make up the order of 80 percent of the Arab population of Israel, are not united in this matter. The media cites facts of the participation of Israeli Muslims in the civil war in Syria on the side of the Islamic State (IG), which is banned in the Russian Federation, talking about propaganda in its support, conducted in Arabic-language social networks. All Israeli Arabs who returned to the country, who fought on the side of the IG or tried to join it (usually they get to Syria through Turkey), were tried and received prison sentences.

On the other hand, in many cases, attempts to join the IS militants in Syria were thwarted by the appeal of their relatives to the Israeli authorities. Among Muslim Arabs in Israel (not to mention Christians and Druze), the awareness that living in a Jewish state guarantees them not only living standards, social guarantees and civil liberties that are inaccessible to the overwhelming majority of the population in Arab countries has strengthened during the years of the Syrian civil war. and physical security. A special position regarding the conflict in Syria is held by the Druze community of Israel, whose representative in the government is the minister without portfolio in the office of Prime Minister Ayub Kara (Likud Party).

The tacit cooperation of Israel with the militants of the Dzhebhat an-Nusrah group banned in the Russian Federation (providing them with medical assistance), lobbied by Saudi Arabia, which established a certain relationship with Jerusalem in the general opposition to Iran, caused outrage of the Druze community. This is explained by the involvement of militants in the forcible conversion of Druze to Islam in Syria and attacks on the large Druze village of Khader (Quneitra governorate), east of the border with Israel. A year and a half ago, there were demonstrations of Israeli Druze and attacks on the “ambulance” of the IDF transporting injured Syrians to Israeli hospitals. As a result, the leaders of the Syrian Sunni militants who contacted the Israelis expressed regret for this and promised to refrain from attacks on the Syrian Druze. The conflict between the Israeli authorities and the Druze community was resolved, in particular, through the efforts of the aforementioned Ayub Qara, who served as deputy minister for regional cooperation.

Immigrants and refugees

Speaking about the ethnic and confessional factor in Israel and the civil war in Syria, it is important to mention that today there are almost no Jews left in the UAR. Once the Jewish population of Syria was very large. Its southwestern regions, according to the Bible, part of it donned the tribes of Manasseh, one of the 12 tribes of Israel, until the end of the 1st century AD were part of the ancient Hebrew states. Thousands of Jews left Syria between the First and Second World Wars, moving to British Mandatory Palestine and the countries of the West (primarily to Latin and North America). The 1943 census of the year showed that 30 thousands of Jews lived in Syria, of which 17 thousands lived in Aleppo, 11 thousands lived in Damascus and two thousand lived in Kamyshly. Subsequently, the Jewish population was reduced due to emigration (including illegal) and repatriation to Israel. In the middle of 90's, about four thousand Jews remained in Syria. President Hafez Asad allowed them to leave the country on the condition that they would not repatriate to Israel. According to the 2006 of the year, a few dozen Jews remained in Damascus and a few people in Kamyshly. In Aleppo, by this time there were no Jews.

The absence of the Jewish population, which for decades has been hostage to the military-political confrontation between Syria and Israel, limits the interests of the Jewish state in the intra Syrian military conflict to three main points. These are the prevention of the spread of military actions on their territory, the non-deployment of the armed forces of Iran and Hezbollah on the Syrian-Israeli border and guaranteeing the security of the Druze minority in Syria. The latter is important for Israel in connection with the special relationship between the Druze and the Jewish state (in Israel they often speak of a “blood alliance” between the Jews and the Druze who serve in the Israeli army - the IDF).

To achieve these goals, Israel maintains contact with a number of opposition Sunni opposition groups operating in the governorates of Quneitra and Dara'a. Contacts are not advertised, but it is known that thousands of Syrians received and receive medical assistance in hospitals in northern Israel and in field hospitals built by the IDF at the border. Moreover, assistance is provided both to members of the opposition detachments and the military personnel of Bashar al-Assad’s army and the civilian population. Casual reports of Israeli humanitarian assistance to civilians directly in Syrian territory.

News It was the fact that Israel will accept refugees from Syria. The media reported that Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, representing the ultra-orthodox Sephardic Shas party, approved a program under which Israel will receive one hundred orphans whose parents died during the civil war in Syria. So far we are only talking about a fundamental decision, but the implementation of the program will begin soon. It is planned that during the first three months of their stay in Israel, as part of the initial adaptation, Syrian children will live in a special orphanage. After that, they will be transferred to regular educational institutions under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.

It is not excluded that Israeli social services will try to find foster families for them. Children will be in the country in the status of temporary residents. In practice, this means that they will receive an Israeli ID card, but not an Israeli foreign passport. As it was reported in the media, it is not excluded that the country will accept the next of kin of these Syrian children - their brothers, sisters and parents, if they show up. Israel intends to promise the UN that after four years in the country in the status of temporary residents, Syrian children will be able to obtain Israeli citizenship, which will give them the right to stay here forever.

Israel has experience in successfully settling refugees who arrived in the country from Lebanon in 2000 after the withdrawal of the IDF forces from the security zone in the south of that country. These were mostly Maronite Christians who collaborated with Israel, as well as a small number of Lebanese Druze. What confessional communities the children belong to, who are supposed to be brought to Israel from Syria, is not reported. Most likely we are talking about Sunni Muslims, Arabs and Circassians - residents of the governorates of Quneitra and Dara'a. The issue of confessional affiliation is of particular importance if these children are transferred to foster families. According to Israeli law, orphans are transferred only to foster families professing the same religion as the lost parents of children.

One "Debka" said

The coming to power of Donald Trump in the USA changed the rules of the game in Syria. In any case, this is perceived in Israel, although most of the media avoid at this stage publishing comments on this topic. The only exception is the Israeli Debka website (in Hebrew and English), specializing in military and foreign affairs in the Middle East. Often, he is the first not only to describe, but also correctly predict the development of events, although from time to time he receives reproaches of the excessive sensation of materials. A report was published on the site, according to which, after Donald Trump replaced Barack Obama in the White House, an agreement was reached between the United States, Russia and Turkey on the creation of zones of control of the three mentioned states in Syria.

On the map published by Debka, the control zone of the Russian Armed Forces extends to the west of Syria, including the Mediterranean coast, the Alawite Mountains, where most of the Alawites, who are the main pillar of the Bashar Assad regime, and such large cities as Aleppo, Idlib and Homs, are concentrated. Under the control of the Turkish army should be a relatively small strip of the border area in the central part of the Syrian-Turkish border. There lives a Turkic minority (Syrian Turkomans), whose armed groups are supported by Ankara.

As for the USA, two zones should be under the control of the American army: in the northeast and in the southwest of the country. North-Eastern - Syrian Kurdistan, whose authorities do not hide their contacts with the United States and Israel. A significant (if not most) part of the Christian population preserved in Syria is concentrated here. Armed formations of Assyrian Christians operate in close contact with Kurdish formations. The South-Western control zone directly borders with Israel and is of particular interest to the Jewish state. This zone includes the governorates of Quneitra and Dera'a, as well as Al-Suweida governorate, the majority of the population - Druze. There is also a significant Christian minority in As-Suwayda.

If the “Debka” message is true even in general, the Syrian governorates of Quneitra, Deraa and Al-Suweida will indeed come under the control of the armies of the United States and Jordan, as well as the allied armed forces of the Syrian opposition, all the goals of the Jewish state in Syria will be achieved. However, the author believes that this information posted by the Israeli site does not reflect the real agreement of the leadership of the countries in question, but is a classic information stuffing, a purely Israeli or American-Israeli. This kind of sensing of the situation (in this particular case with respect to Turkey and first of all Russia) with an attempt to describe to partners the possible contours of the future compromise is characteristic of information resources associated with the special services and the army, including such as the Israeli Debka.

Through their channels, information can be communicated to potentially interested parties without direct contact between diplomats or politicians, thus avoiding the awkward and conflict situations imminent in multilateral conflicts involving opponents whose reconciliation seems impossible (like Israel and Iran). The absence of the distribution of areas of responsibility of Iran (as well as Saudi Arabia and Qatar) on the proposed “Debka” confirms its Israeli or American-Israeli origin. This does not diminish the value of information from the point of view of understanding Israeli interests, despite the dubious possibility of putting this scheme into practice ...
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  1. Wolka
    Wolka 3 February 2017 06: 20
    +4
    Jews walk along the edge of the “knife” trying to extract the maximum benefits for themselves from the Syrian civil war, and so far they have apparently succeeded, but if not for Russia ...
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 3 February 2017 08: 33
      +2
      there will be no other until the end of the existence of Israel.
      1. Alikos
        Alikos 3 February 2017 11: 14
        +4
        Quote: Volka
        Jews walk along the edge of the “knife” trying to extract the maximum benefits for themselves from the Syrian civil war, and so far they have apparently succeeded, but if not for Russia ...

        Quote: antivirus
        there will be no other until the end of the existence of Israel.


        Israel helps everyone, well done ...
        They treated Wahhabs, Ishilians, Chechen fighters.
        1. miru mir
          miru mir 3 February 2017 12: 42
          0
          Lies, from the first to the last word.
          1. Alikos
            Alikos 4 February 2017 10: 52
            +2
            Quote: miru mir
            Lies, from the first to the last word.

            Of course! Hutspa was unknown to you
            1. miru mir
              miru mir 4 February 2017 13: 58
              0
              Uh ... what are you talking about, sickly?
              1. Alikos
                Alikos 6 February 2017 10: 44
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                Quote: miru mir
                Uh ... what are you talking about, sickly?

                All about the same, wretched ...))
                1. miru mir
                  miru mir 6 February 2017 20: 15
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                  Kakahami I’m not going to have fun with you, not my style. If you already blather, then please be kind enough to substantiate with facts. And it turns out, as usual with you, I let the cotton goofy bubbles into the puddle and you sit satisfied, wrap around laughing
  2. Olgovich
    Olgovich 3 February 2017 06: 35
    +2
    Israel will accept one hundred orphans, whose parents died during the civil war in Syria.

    A worthy deed! hi
    1. Lelek
      Lelek 3 February 2017 11: 47
      +3
      Quote: Olgovich
      A worthy deed!


      Yes it is. They will increase the population, they will convert to their faith - normal. It would not hurt us to do this, although recently the State Duma has been doing something.
      1. padded jacket
        padded jacket 3 February 2017 13: 12
        +5
        Quote: Olgovich
        A worthy deed! hi

        Quote: Lelek
        Increase population

        It is possible that these are the children of ISIS al-Nusra terrorists who were killed in battles with the Assad army who carried out the tasks of Israeli Jews to destroy Syria and now the Jewish state is simply obliged to accept them on its territory under an agreement with Arab mercenary terrorists who previously served Jews.
        I just don’t see another reason because Israeli Jews have never been humanistic and always brutally killed both women and children and the elderly in many Arab countries.
      2. Olgovich
        Olgovich 3 February 2017 15: 06
        +4
        Quote: Lelek
        although recently the State Duma has been doing something

        While she stirs, no one will care about ...
        Everyone knows the figure of 25 million Russians abroad. Information is out of date: now abroad -14 million Russians-and this in just 25 years!
        Everyone knows how old people died in Russia in the 1990s. But it’s absolutely impossible to imagine -WHAT happened with Russian old people in nat. Repubik is a terrible tragedy. Their homeland is not needed, the nationals are just enemies.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 4 February 2017 10: 40
          +1
          Quote: Olgovich
          Their homeland is not needed, the nationals are just enemies.


          My classmates settled in Uzbekistan. At the meeting, we asked them about their attitude towards us - Russians. "No problem. Full respect," was the answer. So that is probably everywhere different. yes
          1. Polkanov
            Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 21
            0
            ... uazhuha is for whom? Simple there is sad ...
            1. Lelek
              Lelek 12 February 2017 17: 13
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              Quote: Polkanov
              Simple there is sad.


              You probably know best. And my friends are from the "simple."
      3. Ayratelinsion
        Ayratelinsion 5 February 2017 22: 23
        0
        Binding to citizenship? These are all churbanoids from Central Asia, which will be able to connect two words in Russian. A wonderful and thoughtful initiative
  3. Mwg
    Mwg 3 February 2017 07: 37
    +1
    Let Israel call on the Russian Federation to help solve its problems. There is experience, we will help.
    1. miru mir
      miru mir 3 February 2017 12: 43
      0
      What is the experience, let me ask you?
      1. Mwg
        Mwg 3 February 2017 13: 56
        +2
        The Russian Federation has experience in resolving disputes between different faiths, territorial disputes.
        No, well, this is a voluntary matter, do not want to - do not call. Only the USA as a regulator of disputed relations has discredited itself. US policy "give everyone money, give out weapons and go away to see what happens" did not pay off
        1. miru mir
          miru mir 3 February 2017 14: 56
          +4
          And of course, do you have examples of such a settlement? It would be interesting to listen hi
          1. Mwg
            Mwg 5 February 2017 08: 21
            0
            Transnistria. Nagorno-Karabakh. North Caucasus. Tatarstan. Ossetia and Abkhazia. Crimea. The Minsk agreements will eventually be implemented. Syria.
            And even today in every city there is a church, and a mosque, and a synagogue, or even several.
            And no one throws stones at each other on the basis of religious hatred.
            1. miru mir
              miru mir 5 February 2017 21: 22
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              Quote: MVG
              Transnistria. Nagorno-Karabakh. North Caucasus. Tatarstan. Ossetia and Abkhazia. Crimea.

              After all, smolders in these places ... Why then deceive yourself. Especially the Caucasus.
              And we have a church, a mosque, and a synagogue in any city with a mixed population. As for the external absence of religious hatred, here you are right. Only the situation is not the same. In the USSR, and education gave strong Muslim peoples, and generally, the religious leaders were not allowed to raise their heads. Look carefully at the current state of affairs - everything is not so cloudless, unfortunately. And the further, the more ... In Syria, on the side of the Islamists, not a few radicals from Islam from the former Soviet republics are fighting ...
              1. Mwg
                Mwg 6 February 2017 04: 00
                0
                Smolders, yes. Isn't Castile smoldering in Ireland? The essence of the settlement is to create a working system of checks and balances and prevent the conflict from moving into an active phase.
                The current situation is not cloudless, I agree. As long as the United States assists the radicals politically and financially, the radicals will
                1. miru mir
                  miru mir 6 February 2017 20: 23
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                  I don’t think the system you are talking about is good. To fill up the same Chechnya with money, to the detriment of other regions, is a dubious counterbalance. And as for the support of US radicals, I do not agree with you, there is no evidence. But I respect your opinion and thank you for your polite and calm conversation. hi
                  1. Mwg
                    Mwg 6 February 2017 20: 44
                    0
                    Thank you
  4. Baursak
    Baursak 3 February 2017 07: 53
    +5
    I do not always share the opinion of Satanovsky, but what can’t be taken away from him, he is a competent analyst. But in one categorically disagree remove:
    while others (left-wing forces - from Obama and Soros to UN and EU officials) are trying to mothbal their usual anti-Israeli strategy.

    Where did he find the anti-Israeli position in the United States? Yes, sometimes the States and the EU are besieging too presumptuous Israelis, but in general their position is loyal.
    US aid accounts for 4,4% of the budget and 1,2% of Israeli GNP (note, as of 2011 - the time of Obama’s “anti-Israeli strategy”). Funny - "high-tech" Israel, it turns out, is a banal "sucker." Whoever comes to power in the USA, Israel remains the main outpost of the States in the Middle East
    1. Talgat
      Talgat 4 February 2017 17: 01
      0
      Quote: Baursak
      Where did he find the anti-Israeli position in the United States? Yes, sometimes the States and the EU are besieging too presumptuous Israelis, but in general their position is loyal.


      100% agree dear Baursak. It's like in the old Soviet slogan - We say states we mean Israel - we say Israel we mean States
  5. 34 region
    34 region 3 February 2017 08: 36
    +1
    An interesting map of the section of Syria. There are zones of occupation of Russia, Turkey, Israel, the USA and the territory of ISIS. And who sponsors ISIS? It turns out that the lion's part of Syria will be controlled by the United States (where themselves, where through ISIS). Assad is unlikely to recapture much of the territory, even with the support of Russia (there simply will not be enough mob reserve). In general, all further fuss in Syria will only mean the final division of territories between the players. The war in Syria ends and a new one is being prepared, in another country. hi
  6. db1967
    db1967 3 February 2017 12: 28
    +3
    I recommend Debka to buy a lip-cutting machine.
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 3 February 2017 12: 59
      +5
      Quote: db1967
      I recommend Debka to buy a lip-cutting machine.

      You better read the word "Debka" spit and move on. In the Israeli media, "news from Debka" is a synonym for "jaundice."
  7. miru mir
    miru mir 3 February 2017 12: 41
    +1
    A bunch of distorted and unsubstantiated statements, like this pearlIsrael's secret cooperation with militants of the Jebhat al-Nusra group, banned in the Russian Federation (providing them with medical assistance).
    But in general, the article is interesting ...
  8. Polkanov
    Polkanov 3 February 2017 16: 00
    +3
    Quote: miru mir
    What is the experience, let me ask you?

    ... USSR experience in creating the very best state on earth ...
    1. miru mir
      miru mir 4 February 2017 21: 27
      0
      This experience, unfortunately, was unsuccessful. And where does Russia?
      1. Polkanov
        Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 32
        0
        ... that's the regrets of netreba. But some hands put some and warmed up on this experience ...
        1. miru mir
          miru mir 12 February 2017 13: 20
          0
          To each his own, as they say lol I’ve been living well in Soviet Kyrgyzstan ... But then some pens warmed up soon after the experiment, didn’t they?
  9. Brigadier
    Brigadier 3 February 2017 17: 22
    +4
    It is time for the Jews to seek their Moses again ... The desert is big, you can walk in circles endlessly. laughing
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 3 February 2017 21: 39
      0
      the question is not a joke about Moses.
      I am not a genius; just (without memorizing by heart) see my questionnaire to "how do we understand Israeli politics ..."
  10. elenagromova
    elenagromova 4 February 2017 07: 38
    +6
    Israel happily rubs her hands: the question of the Golan war-torn Syria is not yet able to solve. And the vile and petty attacks of Israel on Syria cause only disgust - so the punks beat the bound enemy, who cannot offer resistance.
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      1. Talgat
        Talgat 4 February 2017 17: 03
        +2
        But it's true! Israel constantly strikes Assad’s army and Syria - helping its allies. Russian VKS do not respond. Very intelligent.
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          1. Baursak
            Baursak 6 February 2017 05: 46
            +2
            And what, "Islamofascist Iran" did bomb some states that it’s not officially fighting? Not.
            But Israel bombed more than once. You cannot deny this obvious fact.
            Or maybe "Islamofascist Iran" was the first in the Middle East to develop atomic weapons? Not.
            But Israel itself has developed, but to others, no, no! Like, they are Islamofascists - they can’t, and we - white and fluffy - we can. Can we bombard some "atomic" objects?
            1. miru mir
              miru mir 6 February 2017 20: 37
              0
              Let it be known to you, dear Baursak, but our countries have been at war for more than a decade. Israel responds to shelling its territory and provoking the enemy, that's all. There was no shelling, there was no bombing. The border with Syria was calm, before the civil war.
              Why you raised the issue of atomic weapons is not entirely clear to me.
              You, living in distant lands, talk about a situation about which you have not the slightest idea, excuse me for being blunt. Iran is one of the main financiers and instigators of Islamic radical terror. And the common expressionmonkey with pomegranate- very suitable for them
              1. Baursak
                Baursak 7 February 2017 05: 33
                +1
                And many times did Iraq bomb or bombard your territories? This is me to the bombing of the Iraqi Osirak reactor of French production in 1981.
                The border with Syria was calm before the outbreak of civil war.

                If so, why did you bomb the Syrian facility in Al-Kibar in 2007?
                Other than acts of aggression, these bombings can not be called.
                You do not meet ends meet, including with atomic weapons.
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              2. Polkanov
                Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 30
                0
                ... of course, of course, of course - two monkeys with grenades on the same branch of the universe, this is of course a lot. There should be only one monkey. But the other is against ...
                1. miru mir
                  miru mir 12 February 2017 13: 22
                  0
                  Justify about a monkey can you Only calm, polite and facts?
                  1. Polkanov
                    Polkanov 21 February 2017 16: 15
                    0
                    .... so your words about Iran. They have a peaceful atom and you have the same. Here are two monkeys, in your words, formed. Do not take too much on your Israel ....
  11. Polkanov
    Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 26
    0
    Quote: miru mir
    Elena light Gromova, not ashamed to bullshit something? I understand, and you want to eat, but not to lie so shamefully and primitively! Or will cotton wool endure everything? Do you see a disgust at her, tfu ...

    ... sweetheart, more respect for people. And they, not looking at your affiliation, may be drawn to you. And "honestly and directly" is your motto, sorry for distorting the truth ...
  12. Polkanov
    Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 31
    0
    Quote: miru mir
    And what, only rocket launchers can be bombed by your enemy ?! What are these new trends in strategy? laughing
    Do not make yourself insulted and offended. I don’t put everything upside down, but just trying to get you back from head to foot wink
    It means that Iraq attacked Israel three times, does not cause indignation among you. But the destruction of the nuclear facilities of this outspoken enemy and the sole ruler of Iraq (in fact, dictaror) angers and infuriates you? Don't you think your reasoning is biased?
    By the way, the legend of the Golem is not mine - I am Russian, a bike. I don’t know Satanovskaya, I have enough Thundering-professional liars changing shoes on the fly more than once on this site ...

    ... as well as legends about goyim and other bastards ...
    1. miru mir
      miru mir 12 February 2017 13: 23
      0
      I do not understand your comment hi
  13. Polkanov
    Polkanov 12 February 2017 12: 35
    0
    ... something guys from the lands of Israel fell out of love? Or the truth is not pleasant. So that “righteous” deed - it is unpleasant for everyone, and it hurts your eyes, it hurts, oh how it hurts ...
    1. miru mir
      miru mir 12 February 2017 13: 27
      0
      Accustomed to the vision of the Jews on the cartoons of Kukryniksy? It's time to wean for a long time. Cho for the truth, what is the bazaar about? And what do you pierce eyes with? Go ahead, get out, I'm on vacation, I took the dog to the clinic, take the stitches off ...
      1. Polkanov
        Polkanov 21 February 2017 16: 17
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        ... here's a dog and get busy. And all is not necessary to stare. Zionism has not yet been canceled ...