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Message Subject "Pillar of Defense (Cloud)" - Israel & Hamas Agree to Gaza Cease Fire
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1- The Gaza-Hamas front has been pretty much neutralized.

2- Egypt/US/NATO will police the Sinai border and hunt down the arms supply routes and stockpiles.

3- Mursi, installed by the West, will pretty much take Egypt out of the equation.

4- NATO intevention in Syria is a done deal. Just preparing the public and the justification.

5- Hezbollah is fighting the rebels in Syria. A NATO defense of the rebels would mean attacking the Hezbollah fighters. This would make Hezbollah camps, arms dumps and command structures in Lebanon legitimate NATO targets.

6- Sudan has been publicly outed as a supplier of arms and supporter of Hamas. Concequences will follow.

So in about two months Iran will have lost Hamas/Gaza, Hezbollah/Lebanon and Assad/Syria.


I think Israel played this game very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273864


1- The Gaza-Hamas front has been pretty much neutralized.

2- Egypt/US/NATO will police the Sinai border and hunt down the arms supply routes and stockpiles.

3- Mursi, installed by the West, will pretty much take Egypt out of the equation.

4- NATO intevention in Syria is a done deal. Just preparing the public and the justification.

5- Hezbollah is fighting the rebels in Syria. A NATO defense of the rebels would mean attacking the Hezbollah fighters. This would make Hezbollah camps, arms dumps and command structures in Lebanon legitimate NATO targets.

6- Sudan has been publicly outed as a supplier of arms and supporter of Hamas. Concequences will follow.

So in about two months Iran will have lost Hamas/Gaza, Hezbollah/Lebanon and Assad/Syria.


I think Israel played this game very well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273864


they're still a long way from taking down assad and those paid terrorist are dropping like flies, so, no i dont think its done, not without a fight
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28386766


Good.

I actually don't mind Assad staying in power -- provided he's learned his lesson and cuts off Hezbolah support.

That way, the jihadi rebels financed by Gulf monarchies totally FAIL... Assad becomes more reasonable and cooperative with Israel.... Syria's already weak economy is in total shambles --- which means that Assad will not be able to pay for advanced Russian and Chinese weaponry anymore, especially now that his biggest sponsor Iran is also experiencing sanctions bite....

And Assad retains control of chemical WMD stocks.

Maybe another year of fighting in Syria will soften Assad up to the reality that Israel is the regional Superpower and that's how it will stay, like it or not, MB or not.

The end.
 Quoting: ASV 28394405


I have to say Assad has done good to still be were he is....
I don't know if its down to Russia but he has done well and contrary to belief he does have internal support in the numbers and there are a lot of other countries that want him gone.
 
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