Long before the creation of ISIS in 2006, this C-Span TV interview from 1990 shows that the terrorist organization was actually created by Israel.
Here’s a C-Span TV interview video from August 5, 1990 admitting that Israel (Mossad) is “ISIS”.
Dan Raviv explains that when the jews of Mossad were to decide how they will call themselves when communicate with their jewish brethren from CIA, they asked Prime Minister of Israel, because he is a head of Mossad. And he proposed to call it “Israeli Secret Intelligence Service” aka “ISIS”.
This is how Islamic State of Iraq and Syria came to existence. No wonder it was always ruled strictly by Mossad agents.
“ISIS” and related terroroist groups created and run by jews!
“Stability is not a value in and of itself. It is desirable only if it serves our [jewish] interests.”
– Efraim Inbar, the jew.
You want stability in any region of the world only if it is needed for the Jew. All other genocide / war / bloodshed is ok. Stability or war is neither good not bad by itself, it is considered bad or good only in respect of how it serves the Jew. Jew tells you this below: your country is not to be a part of stability, if it does not serve jewish interests, and Iran happens to not serve jewish interests.
An Israeli professor with expertise in middle eastern strategic issues and an adviser to the Israeli government on national security issues says ISIS is no worse than Iran and serves a positive purpose.
Efraim Inbar is a professor of Political Studies at Bar-Ilan University and the director of the Begin-Sadat (BESA) Center for Strategic Studies, an Israeli academic think tank that carries out studies for the Israeli government and NATO.
Inbar published a controversial article where he argues that ISIS can play a role in undermining Iran, Hezbollah, Syria and Russia. The think tank’s director also claims that the continued existence of the terrorist group helps ‘bad guys to kill bad guys,‘ and the West should allow ISIS to exist even despite its brutality.
RT: Why do you see the continued existence of ISIS as preferable to its destruction?
Efraim Inbar: We have to recognize that the main source for instability and the main danger to peace in the Middle East is Iran. And as a result of that we should concentrate our efforts to curb the influence of Iran. And ISIS is fighting Iranian proxies – like the Assad regime – which is no less brutal than ISIS itself, as well as the Iraqi government that is basically a satellite of Iran.
RT: However, Iran is not beheading and raping 8 and 9 year-old girls, etc. This is what ISIS is doing here and now. This is the reality, isn’t it?
EI: I suggest that you should be more careful in assessing the human rights policy of Iran. Iran is on the list of the US states supporting terror. Iran is causing trouble in the Saudi Peninsula; they tried to destabilize the Gulf States; they are supporting a brutal regime of Assad. And of course they are committing themselves to destroy the Jewish state. So I don’t think that we should overlook the danger of Iranian policies.
RT: Teheran would very much question those claims, wouldn’t they? In terms of ‘bad guys fighting bad guys’, isn’t this a bit simplistic? The actions of the Assad government can’t be equated to those of ISIS, can they?
EI: If you’re careful in counting, I am sure you’ll come to the clear conclusions that the Assad regime has killed many more people than ISIS. Also in the Middle East you do not always have the privilege of clear moral choices. It is a Hobbesian world, and you [Jew] should try to limit the power of your [jewish] enemies, and this is Iran.
RT: You also say you believe instability can be a positive thing. Given the number of people who’ve been killed and displaced by the conflict in Syria, isn’t that a bit of a questionable comment?
EI: Stability is something that you want [only] if it serves your [jewish] purposes. We are living in a world in which in many places people kill people and we do not intervene in every place. In the Middle East the worst country that is committed to genocidal goal – like destroying the Jewish state – has to be stopped. And ISIS is performing this function.
RT: Are you suggesting that this blood-thirsty group should be able to continue to exist simply to maintain Israeli and US’ absolute dominance in the region?
EI: I don’t think that the current American administration is interested in domination of the Middle East. Actually, for the past years they’ve retreated from the Middle East. And part of the problem is because the Obama administration behaves irresponsibly; it doesn’t play its role as a great power.
Iran, which is led by an Islamist radical ideology, should not be allowed to be part of the Middle East stability. I am ready to allow [Islamic State] to fight Iranian proxies, who are no better than ISIS in any moral consideration.
In the above statement the jew proves that what it says about Iran having “Islamist radical ideology” is a lie. Iran is actually one of the most secular anti-islamic state in ME right now if not the most. Either way jews would not use islamic fanatics to fight Iran, but some else jew-invented ideology such as feminism or bolshevism as they successfully did in the middle of 20 century during communist revolutions in ME – all conducted by Soviet jews. But instead they prefer to exploit the islamic view on Iran as on Satanic state of unbelievers and Pagans. Which proves Iran is not radical islamic.
Israeli Think Tank: Don’t Destroy ISIS – It’s a “Useful Tool” Against Iran, Hezbollah, Syria
“Its [ISIS’ / Israeli Secret Intelligence Service’] mission is to advance “a realist, conservative, and Zionist agenda in the search for security and peace for Israel”
– – Efraim Inbar, the jew.
by IWB · August 25, 2016
August 24, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Salon” – According to a think tank that does contract work for NATO and the Israeli government, the West should not destroy ISIS, the fascist Islamist extremist group that is committing genocide and ethnically cleansing minority groups in Syria and Iraq.
Why? The so-called Islamic State “can be a useful tool in undermining” Iran, Hezbollah, Syria and Russia, argues the think tank’s director.
“The continuing existence of IS serves a strategic purpose,” wrote Efraim Inbar in “The Destruction of Islamic State Is a Strategic Mistake,” a paper published on Aug. 2.
By cooperating with Russia to fight the genocidal extremist group, the United States is committing a “strategic folly” that will “enhance the power of the Moscow-Tehran-Damascus axis,” Inbar argued, implying that Russia, Iran and Syria are forming a strategic alliance to dominate the Middle East.
“The West should seek the further weakening of Islamic State, but not its destruction,” he added. “A weak IS is, counterintuitively, preferable to a destroyed IS.”
Inbar, an influential Israeli scholar, is the director of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, a think tank that says its [ISIS’ / Israeli Secret Intelligence Service’] mission is to advance “a realist, conservative, and Zionist agenda in the search for security and peace for Israel.”
The think tank, known by its acronym BESA, is affiliated with Israel’s Bar Ilan University and has been supported by the Israeli government, the NATO Mediterranean Initiative, the U.S. embassy in Israel and the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
BESA also says it “conducts specialized research on contract to the Israeli foreign affairs and defense establishment, and for NATO.”
In his paper, Inbar suggested that it would be a good idea to prolong the war in Syria, which has destroyed the country, killing hundreds of thousands of people and displacing more than half the population.
As for the argument that defeating ISIS would make the Middle East more stable, Inbar maintained: “Stability is not a value in and of itself. It is desirable only if it serves our [jewish] interests.”