Ok, so we have been noticing the Israeli government and army getting themselves more involved in the destabilisation of Syria. Well.... maybe not more involved, since Israel has been part and parcel of the not so covert war on Syria for some time now. Possibly longer then any of us realize.
Israel is the biggest beneficiary, in the middle east, of the destruction of Syria.
Which is why Israel is "in bed" with the Islamists.
Which is why Israel is very pleased when the NATO mercs kill and displace Christians. This is the same type of action Israel has undertaken in the Middle East themselves. On many occasions. In the past and to this day.
Many Palestinian Christians have left, because of Israeli/follower of Judaism indoctrination/violence not because of the Arabs. And, the abuse continues to this very day.
How any Christian organization supports this abuse is beyond me. But, then I am not much for any religion at all.
With this background in mind and recalling the news of recent days. Israeli strikes on Syria in response to 'mortar'
Let's check out the video,link left by Brian. Thanks Brian!!!
From Syriangirl; Israel and FSA Jointly Attack Syria
Then let's read this: Syrian Rebels take villages near Israel-held area
I will translate from double speak, to reality- NATO's Islamist mercs ,supported by Israel, have laid seige to villages near Israel, killing and maiming countless innocent men, women and children
Syrian rebels control almost all the villages near the frontier with the Israel-held Golan Heights, the Israeli defense minister said Wednesday, bringing the conflict dangerously close to the Jewish state and raising the possibility of an armed clash with the region's strongest power.As the Professor accurately claims, the Syrian Army and Syrian have no interest in provoking Israel. Syria does indeed have enough problems. What is not said is Israel has a very big interest in provoking Syria, which is why Israel has aided the NATO mercs.
During a tour of the Golan Heights, Defense Minister Ehud Barak gave a scathing assessment of Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces and said Israel will remain "vigilant and alert."
"Almost all of the villages, from the foot of this ridge to the very top, are already in the hands of the Syrian rebels," said Barak, who was accompanied by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "The Syrian army is displaying ever-diminishing efficiency."
Israeli military officials said Barak's assessment depicted a situation that is not entirely new, and that rebels have held those villages for several weeks. It was not clear how many villages the rebels hold along the Golan Heights, which is about 40 miles (65 kilometers) from the Syrian capital of Damascus.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not allowed to discuss the sensitive information, said the situation is dynamic and could change easily, with the villages returning to Assad's hands.
Israeli experts said nothing prevents Assad's forces from entering the villages and retaking them, even ones in the U.N. zone.
"Just like any other place, it is a battleground between the army and the rebels," said Itamar Rabinovich, the former chief Israeli negotiator with Syria.
He said Israel would likely continue to remain on the sidelines of the fighting because Israeli officials believe Assad will eventually fall and that any support for rebels would backfire.
But privately, "Israel is rooting for the right kind of insurgents," he said, ones who follow a moderate line and have no links to Islamist extremist groups.
Moshe Maoz, professor emeritus at Jerusalem's Hebrew University, said the exchange of fire this week was "based on a mistake," and that if such incidents continued, they would be infrequent.
"The Syrian army doesn't have any interest in provoking Israel," he said. "Syria has enough problems."