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UN Report Reveals How Israel is Coordinating with ISIS Militants Inside Syria

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posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 08:17 AM
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a reply to: Blackmarketeer




The IDF has been observed by UNDOF bringing in 'armed members of the opposition,' treating them and sending them back.


UNDOF should say thank you to IDF by allowing them to be located now on the Israeli side of Golan Heights, since those UNDOF were kicked out of their base within 10km demilitarized zone by warring factions of islamists. That means UNDOF are not stationed now in their designated zone,
I wonder why UN doesn't say anything about this and not sending reinforcement to take control of the zone like it should be according to some old UN resolution. ( I'm not an expert which resolution it is)
edit on 4-3-2015 by kitzik because: (no reason given)

Furthermore I can't find any mentioning in UN reports about Israel facilitating ISIS, I think this thread should be removed to hoax.
From the last report published on UN site, confirming what i said about UNDOF not controlling their zone and not fulfilling their mandate



24. Since the temporary relocation of the Force on 15 September, movements of
UNDOF personnel on the Bravo side have been limited. On Mount Hermon,
UNDOF conducts foot and vehicle patrols twice daily. Convoys between Damascus
and the Mount Hermon positions to ensure the resupply as well as maintenance of
the positions are conducted in armoured vehicles and with UNDOF security escort.
National staff report to work at the UNDOF office in Damascus. As a result of the
heavy fighting that commenced late in August, the movement of United Nations
personnel along the UNDOF main supply route between Camp Faoaur and Camp
Ziouani was suspended. From 4 to 15 September, UNDOF, in consultation with the
parties, utilized a crossing point between the Alpha and Bravo sides in the vicinity
of United Nations position 37B. At the time of reporting, UNDOF continues to
engage the Syrian authorities regarding an alternate crossing route, in the Mount
Hermon region, between the Alpha and Bravo sides. Owing to the closure of the
established crossing between the Alpha and Bravo sides late in August, UNDOF is
currently not in a position to facilitate, in cooperation with the International
Committee of the Red Cross, humanitarian crossings, including for students.


I look further for an actual UN report about ties Israel with ISIS.


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posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 10:16 AM
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a reply to: OccamsRazor04
Yeah and while I doubt anything Putin says, I doubt even more a single websites claim that Putin leaked a damning statistic on his site. The actual voting statistics are likely in between.



No, everything is the fault of ignorant people like you. Israel did not help ISIS and the fact you eat that garbage up without looking into it is telling. The actual UN report says Israel helped Rebels. The Israeli haters turned that into ISIS because some rebels are ISIS.

Glad everything is my fault now, big load off the Arabs and Russians. Israel did help ISIS greatly. Apparently you've never heard of a proxy war, the enemy of my enemy is my friend, and so on. Israel's helping rebels, and ISIS are rebels against the Syrian regime. Go figure. I'd understand if Israel bombed both sides, but instead they're fuelling extremists because they see Assad as the greater threat.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 10:18 AM
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a reply to: DJW001
Dont be a coward, address me directly if you have something to say to me. Literally on the same page you posted, I said "Both sides have proven that neither deserves it. " And you have so much hatred in your heart you twist it somehow into "Israel is responsible for everything." Hostile attribution bias much.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 10:27 AM
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originally posted by: kitzik
a reply to: DJW001




a reply to: sosobad

Sergei Podrozhansky: A virtual non-entity with a Russian name. Probably a Russian born "Israeli journalist."

Mateus Piskorkski: pan-Slavic neo-Nazi.

Ewald Stadler: Right wing Austrian politician.

Pavel Chernev: Bulgarian neo-Nazi.

Johann Gudenus: Directed hate speech towards Chechen refugees in Austria, friends with Kadyrov.

Milenko Baborats: Another non-entity, but, being Serbian, we might suspect him of being another pan-Slavicist.

Srdja Trifkovic: Allegedly a supporter of Bosnian genocide; refused entry to Canada for his anti-Semitic and islamophobic activities.

Clearly an impartial committee. Read more here:

analyzingeurope.com...

Now, which side in this conflict is the Nazi side?


TY for the link, I think I was myself bringing those 135 observers to support Crimean Referendum legality.
As we can see many of them are very far from "independent" observers. Yet, if I remember correct Russia was asking from EU to send other observers and Europe refused. EU wasn't interested in referendum and wasn't going to accept the results , no matter what.



A group of international observers from Israel, Spain, Italy, USA, UK,


I'd call them impartial that's from the Yahoo article. They said it was in accordance with international rules.

But I am finished off topic.

On topic Netanyahu has some set on him going to the states preaching about terrorism and reports like this are coming out.
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posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: Ridhya
a reply to: DJW001
Dont be a coward, address me directly if you have something to say to me. Literally on the same page you posted, I said "Both sides have proven that neither deserves it. " And you have so much hatred in your heart you twist it somehow into "Israel is responsible for everything." Hostile attribution bias much.


And you seem to have so much hatred in your heart you can't seem to recognize a joke when you see one. Sorry if I offended you.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 11:25 AM
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You are so eager to blame Israel that you have not thought things through. Israel has always preferred being surrounded by strong, stable, centralized states. Such states are easier to negotiate with, and the strong central authority can enforce any agreements it makes with Israel on its people. This is why Israel has long had peaceful relations with Jordan, Saudi Arabia and, until recently, Egypt and Turkey.

Chaotic states are unreliable. It is the absence of an authoritative governing body that has made Palestine a failed state and the principle threat to Israel's safety. It is in Israel's best interest for a stable, democratic government to emerge in Syria; failing that, a secular dictatorship, even under Assad, would be preferable to the current chaos, or, worse, a militant fundamentalist Islamist state on their border.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 12:59 PM
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Why is this thread still going? Its been shown the title is misleading and that Israel has nothing to do directly with ISIS.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 04:59 PM
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But that's not what's best for Netanyahu. He's promoting war because he gets elected on it. Dont forget he went against Mossad's own assessment on Iran, still is.

And if Israel wanted a stable government, they should be bombing the # out of ISIS, but they're not. The opposite. Or as I said earlier, which you clearly ignored, bombing both ISIS and Syrian government forces. But instead they're helping feed the chaos.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 07:06 PM
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You are so eager to blame Israel that you have not thought things through. Israel has always preferred being surrounded by strong, stable, centralized states


Yes like Palestine. Israel wants it real strong and stable.. Mossads slogan.. War through deceit. Think about that for a moment..



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