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The 1967, ‘6’ Day War. Zionist Israel’s Unprovoked War of Aggression And Greed for Land !

  • “Another widely accepted Zionist myth … that in 1967 Israel faced an existential threat … countless books have been written … in Hebrew, English, Arabic …. documentaries have been filmed .. disproving this completely! The purpose of the war was conquest!”
    – Miko Peled 5:50 onwards


  • War is by deception . The Mossad motto is: By Way of Deception Thou Shalt do War! The Anglo-American-Zionist hegemony has always used false flag attacks against their own and blame their enemies for it to justify war. They are a bunch of pathological liars fabricating excuses for their mass murders.
  • Zionist Israel is not of God. It is a deep cover Satanic deception. Do not believe all the lies about little defenceless David surrounded by Muslim Goliaths. And poor defenceless David overcomes Muslim monsters with the help of God. This is pure propaganda. Zionist Israel flies a ‘666’ flag, is a genocidal state which practices ethnic cleansing against the Palestinians since 1948. You want the truth? (emphasis mine)

    The Six Days War
    The official and not entirely accurate account of the causes of the war, as put forth by then Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban, was that neighboring Arab states got together, behind the leadership of Egypt’s President Gamal Abdal Nasser, to try and destroy the state of Israel. Responding to this “existential threat,” Israel struck preemptively at the Arab armies that stood poised to crush it. Eban states the provocation starting the war to be Egypt’s closure of the Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping in violation of international law, and Egypt’s reoccupation of the Sinai. Thus Eban argues, “Israel waged her defensive struggle in pursuit of two objectives- security and peace[1].”

    As Norman Finkelstein points out, this position has problems. First, Israel was not a blameless victim of yet another irrational Arab vendetta. For instance, in the Samu incident in 1966, an IDF unit of 4,000 men attacked the West Bank village of Samu (under Jordanian control), destroyed 125 houses, and killed eighteen Jordanian soldiers [2].

    Israel was not at war with Jordan at the time. In April 1967, Israel downed 6 Syrian MIGs, and army chief of staff Yitzhak Rabin announced on army radio that, “the time is coming when we will march on Damascus to overthrow the Syrian government[3].” If Arab states were using nasty rhetoric about Israel, they weren’t doing so in a vacuum.

    Further, the facts fail to support Eban’s “defensive war for peace” claim. Nor for that matter was there anything resembling an “existential threat.” American president Lyndon Johnson told Eban only days before war broke out that according to American intelligence, “[I]f Egypt attacks, you’ll whip the hell out of them.

    [4]” Menachem Begin, present at a meeting with defense ministers shortly before the war began, later recalled that IDF commanders “had no doubts of victory.” General Rabin declared that Nasser’s troops in the Sinai “would not have been enough to unleash an offensive. He knew it and we knew it.[5]” The head of Mossad, Meit Amit, declared, “Egypt was not ready for a war; and Nasser did not want a war.” Finally, if Israel was interested in peace, why did it launch an attack two days before Egypt’s vice president was due in Washington for talks on the status of the Straits of Tiran, the alleged casus belli of the war[6]?

    Past Zionist – Jewish terrorism – Some historic facts
    June 5, 1967: Israeli committed its biggest, most treacherous and premeditated aggression against Egypt, Syria and Jordan. After destroying Arab aircraft on the ground in a lightening attack, Israeli forces invaded and occupied the rest of Palestine, that is, the West Bank, Gaza Strip, East Jerusalem, the Syrian Golan Heights and the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula. In the first days of its aggression and in plain disregard of the truth, Israel fabricated a charge of aggression against its victims and presented it in a dramatic manner to the U.N. Security Council. Western media spread this fabricated story and the whole world sympathized with the supposed victim. In 1967 the Israeli’s made a third ruthless blitzkrieg attack upon the Arabs. This time they deliberately destroyed three quarters of a million dollar’s worth of church property. The great deception practiced by Israel on the U.N. and the whole world is now completely discredited, the Israelis, therefore, changed their tactics and rely nowadays on the argument that, they were NOT attacked by Egypt, they were in danger of BEING attacked, and hence they resorted to a so-called pre-emptive strike. Alan Hart quotes a former Israeli Director of military intelligence as telling him “if Nasser had not given Israel the excuse to attack the Arabs, Israel would have invented a pretext for war within six or ten months” because its military planners had decided that the time had come to knock out vast amounts of mainly Soviet-supplied Arab armor. Yitzhak Rabin, who as chief of staff planned this attack told Le Monde in February 1968, quite simply: “We knew that Nasser did not intend to attack.”

    “Greed for the Land” How the Six Day War Changed the Middle East
    …The outcome of the Six Day War also contributed to a historical narrative–largely based on myth–that has colored Western perceptions of Israel and the Middle East since. The image of plucky little Israel, threatened with destruction, winning a smashing victory in a pre-emptive war against its more powerful neighbors, has become commonplace. Yet subsequent historical research has shown that Israel was well aware of its military superiority over its neighbors, and that its long-term strategic plans in the region led it to goad its neighbors into a war it knew it would win.

    In a 1997 New York Times interview, Moshe Dayan, defense minister during the 1967 war, explained that Israeli settlers’ “greed for the land” led them to provoke the Syrian army to shoot at them, opening the way for the Israeli invasion and seizure of the Golan Heights.

    Likewise, the main casus belli for the war–Egypt’s closing of the Straits of Tiran and its military buildup in the Sinai–amounted more to bluff than threat. In a 1982 speech to the Israeli National Defense College, then-Prime Minister Menachem Begin said: “The Egyptian army concentrations in the Sinai approaches do not prove that [Egyptian President] Nasser was about to attack us. We must be honest with ourselves. We decided to attack him.”

by Warner D. Farr, LTC, U.S. Army,

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October 12, 2013 - Posted by | GeoPolitics, History | , , , , , , , , , ,

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