Particularly for the creation of Kurdistan aka Israel 2.0. While the msm and alt media were busy cheering the always USrael backed Kurds as the best fighters against ISIS, as if (rolls eyes), it was being written here about the collusion between Israel, the US and the PKK/YPG/ISIS.
2014: How Israel and the US love the Kurds. Let me count the ways....
It’s no secret in the “Middle East” that Tel Aviv and the Kurds have had a fruitful working relationship – in military, intel and business terms - since the 1960s. It’s a no brainer Israel would instantly recognize a possible new Kurdish nation-state.Considering.... reality, it truly is a no brainer why Israel wants the US to get even more involved in Syria- Kurdistan aka Israel 2.0 and most likely Israeli annexation of yet more Syrian territory in Golan.
"Israel’s defense minister said on Tuesday President Bashar al-Assad was winning Syria’s civil war and urged the United States to weigh in as Damascus’s Iranian and Hezbollah allies gain ground.Is it a bad thing that moderate Sunni's are willing to set aside differences and work with the Syrian government? Not the right kind of Sunni's in Israel's book? Israel has always preferred the extremists Sunnis- hence their love of the Sunni Muslim Kurds and all those Sunni Muslim Arab terrorists
Avigdor Lieberman’s comments marked a reversal for Israel, where top officials had from the outset of fighting in 2011 until mid-2015 regularly predicted Assad would lose control of his country and be toppled.
“I see a long international queue lining up to woo Assad, include Western nations, including moderate Sunnis. Suddenly everyone wants to get close to Assad. This is unprecedented. Because Assad is winning, everyone is standing in line,” he told Israel’s Walla news site.
In late 2015, Russia helped Assad turn the tide with a military intervention that put Moscow’s forces in the field alongside Israel’s most potent foes - Iran and the Lebanese guerrilla group Hezbollah - opposite Syrian rebels.
The United States has focused its Syria operations on fighting rebel jihadis like Islamic State - dismaying Israel, which has tried to persuade both Washington and Moscow that Iran’s expanding clout is the greater threat.
“We hope the United States will be more active in the Syrian arena and the Middle East in general,” Lieberman said. “We are faced with Russians, Iranians, and also the Turks and Hezbollah, and this is no simple matter to deal with, on a daily basis.”
Lieberman did not elaborate on what actions he sought from the Donald Trump administration, which Israel has been lobbying for reassurances that Iranian and Hezbollah forces will not be allowed to deploy near its border or set up bases within Syria.
“The United States has quite a few challenges of its own, but as a trend - the more the United States will be active, the better it will be for the State of Israel,” Lieberman said."