Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Israel 's third try?

An important article exploring the Zionist relationship with Georgia. (This is not to support, or not support, the Russian invasion of Georgia. It is merely to point out the role of Israel). 

"From the moment Georgia launched a surprise attack on the tiny breakaway region of South Ossetia last week, prompting a fierce Russian counterattack, Israel has been trying to distance itself from the conflict. This is understandable: with Georgian forces on the retreat, large numbers of civilians killed and injured, and Russia's fury unabated, Israel's deep involvement is severely embarrassing.

The collapse of the Georgian offensive represents not only a disaster for that country and its US-backed leaders, but another blow to the myth of Israel's military prestige and prowess. Worse, Israel fears that Russia could retaliate by stepping up its military assistance to Israel's adversaries including Iran."

Are Georgian troops experiencing the same defeat as the South Lebanon Army and the thugs of Muhammad Dahlan?




2 comments:

Yitzchak Goodman said...

The defeat of the "thugs of Mohammed Dahlan" refers to the Hamas takeover of Gaza?

DebunkingZionism said...

Yes.