Syrian air defense to Israeli regime: It’s time to make you taste your own bitter medicine


syriaYou violate our air space? Well, we will shoot you down.

…by Jonas E. Alexis


The Israeli regime has always thought that they could do just about anything they want, including violating the air space of any country in the Arab world, without serious repercussions. No more.

Sputnik News has reported a few days ago:

“The Syrian air defense shot down an Israeli warplane violating the Arab country’s air space… The Israeli fighter jet was targeted over the city of Al-Quneitra on Friday. Israel regularly violates the Syrian airspace and launches missile attacks against the country.”[1]

If Norman Finkelstein is right in saying that “People have the right to defend their country from foreign occupiers” and “from invaders who are destroying their country,” then the Syrian army had the right to defend their country from a brutal regime that has caused nothing but horror throughout much of the entire world.

The army must protect Syria against a country that “nearly burned down the world in 2013,” as Gordon Duff rightly argued. Let us not forget that it was Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld who postulated back in 2003 that:

“We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force…. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.”[2]

No Muslim leader or military personnel can make such a statement and get away with it. The Zionist Mafia would be jumping around like chickens saying that we need to annihilate that country. Yet not a single Western leader has challenged van Creveld. Not a single Zionist outlet (Fox, CNN, MSNBC, etc.) has ever presented that quote to their viewers.

Instead of challenging the country that has posed the biggest threat to peaceful harmony in much of the world, the Zionist Mafia and their lackeys are asking all of us to put Vladimir Putin’s head on a silver platter.

Newsweek in particular has been producing hundreds of articles demonizing Russia and Putin. In fact, one can say that Newsweek doesn’t spend a week without saying some ridiculous things about Russia and its leader. They have recently asked, “Is the West doing enough to dissuade and deter Russian misbehavior?”[3]

Well, to their chagrin, the answer is negative. They lamented:

“In a series of war games, the RAND Corp. examined the shape and probable outcome of a possible Russian invasion of the Baltic States. RAND found that ‘as currently postured, NATO cannot successfully defend’ them. Russian forces would reach the edge of Riga, Latvia, and Tallinn, Estonia, in 60 hours or less.”[4]

Good news for us, bad news for the regime. We can conclude by saying that whenever a Muslim country stands against the tyrannical rule of the Israeli regime, then that country is doing a good thing. In that sense, the Syrian army deserves to be applauded. Thanks to Russia, the Syrian army continues to thrive and make great progress.

[1] “Israeli War Jet Shot Down Over Syria – Media,” Sputnik News, August 22, 2016.

[2] Quoted in “The War Game,” Guardian, September 21, 2003.

[3] William Courtney and David Shlapak, “The West Must Do Far More to Keep Putin at Bay,” Newsweek, August 27, 2016.

[4] Ibid.


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