Israel supports ISIS

Israeli arms and munitions have been found in ISIS areas in Syria over run by the Syrian government.

The Israeli military have conducted airstrikes into Syria, against government forces which could only help ISIS.

Israeli commando's daily invade Syrian sovereign territory to retrieve wounded 'al-CIA-duh' fighters and take them back for treatment at Israeli hospitals for free, patch them up and send them back into Syria.

The Iraqi governments intelligence believes that Israeli military personnel are fighting with ISIS, covertly.

One could 'understand' the desire of Israel to attack Syria through ISIS which has been at war with Israel in 1948, 1956, 1967, 1973, 1982 but the Israelis are now saying that they would be happy with an ISIS government in Damascus.

And what about Iraq?

What was Israel doing training the Islamist Afghan Mujaheddin in Pakistan in the 1980's?

What was Israel doing training the Tamil Tigers of ELAM in Israel and South India?

What is Israel doing training and arming the Kurds?

Why is Israel training Islamists in the Caucasus?

What was Israel doing supporting a Nazi style regime in Kiev in 2014? 


Israeli Intel Chief: "We Don’t Want ISIS Defeated in Syria"

Says ISIS Faces Difficulty, Loss Would Put Israel in 'Hard Position'

by Jason Ditz,at antiwar.com
In a speech at the Herzliya Conference, Israel’s military intelligence chief, Major General Herzi Halevy, took Israel’s long-standing position that it “prefers ISIS” over the Syrian government to a whole ‘nother level, declaring openly that Israel does not want to see ISIS defeated in the war.
Maj. Gen. Halevy expressed concern about the recent offensives against ISIS territory, saying that in the last three months the Islamist group was facing the “most difficult” situation since its inception and declaration of a caliphate.
Israeli officials have regularly expressed comfort with the idea of ISIS conquering the whole of Syria, saying they find it preferable to the Iran-allied government surviving the war. At the same time, they were never so overtly supportive of ISIS and its survival.
Halevy went on to express concern that the defeat of ISIS might mean the “superpowers” leaving Syria, saying this would put Israel “in a hard position” after being so opposed to the survival of the Syrian government.
He then said Israel will do “all we can so as to not  find ourselves in such a situation,” suggesting that the Israeli military is looking at direct support for ISIS as a matter of policy, and not just rhetoric.