Author’s note added Tuesday 10/3/17: I have not been able to find another source for this story other than the AWDnews site. Israel Shamir emailed me: “This site (AWDnews) is extremely fakenewsmaking! Bear it in mind! Ayelet is a bad girl, but she never said that or anything similar!… I came across them earlier. I was asked to write for RT regarding a news story saying prince Muhammad b Salman said he will kick Putin out of the Middle East. I checked it and found awdnews. There were more stories of similar kind. Here is what I wrote about them, it is in Russian but you can google-translate to get the idea! https://russian.rt.com/opinion/404258-shamir-o-sravlevanii-ksa-s-rossiey -Shamir”
So this story should be regarded as unconfirmed-at-best. Maybe Ayelet is brave enough to urge the massacre of women and children, but not brave enough to threaten Putin. If so, I guess I owe her an “apology.” -KB
“If Putin wants to survive” he had better do what Israel tells him.
That’s the word from Ayalet Shaked, the Israeli Minister of Justice, who is famous for having advocated the extermination of Palestinian children (whom she calls “little snakes”) as well as the mothers who bear them.
Obviously the Saker is right in saying there is “Very Dangerous Escalation in Syria” happening right now. The Israelis are pulling out all the stops to make sure their Oded Yinon plan to smash up Syria into pieces doesn’t get totally derailed. And to America’s eternal shame, Trump and the US military are acting as Netanyahu’s puppets.
Russia, Syria, and Iran are winning. Israel is the big loser. No wonder Shaked is reduced to lobbing death threats at Vladimir Putin.
Good luck trying to deliver on those threats, Ayelet. You will soon discover that getting to Putin is a lot harder than slaughtering unarmed women and children.
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