ISIS INSIDE Israel, Officialdom Covers It Up: Why The Omertà? Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

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NOTABLY, a well-known quote by Abraham Lincoln is as true today, as it was when first uttered: “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” Ain’t that the truth.

BUT when it comes to political leaders, it is the debasing lock-step media – in concert with academic surrogates, and backed-up by a motley crew of PC brayers – who cheer them on. This is especially so, when every manner of tall tale enters the public sphere. They just can’t help themselves. Incontestably, what they stand behind is as close to the truth as the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland. That far away. Falling….down, down, down.

AND, as dangerous as this deceptive behavior is within the US (yes, the fascist-left absolutely intends to bring down America, in tandem with Islamic counterparts), it is even more so within Israel via compounding knock-on factors. Simply, since the nation is encircled on all sides by Allah’s Muslim Terrorists – and lacks strategic depth and width atop its minuscule size – it doesn’t allow for any margin of error. Wiggle room.

CONSEQUENTIALLY, one faulty strategic decision (particularly, the failure to pre-empt a menacing danger, instead, allowing it to fester and grow into an existential threat) will, inevitably, bring catastrophe to the Jewish homeland – concomitantly, to half of world Jewry!

RESULTANT, if one “failure to deliver” stands above the rest, it is Israel’s hotter than hot northern border with Lebanon, i.e. Hezbollah dominated. In fact, during the 2006 Lebanon War, PM Ehud Olmert (tragically, one of a growing list of Israel’s crooked politicians) allowed Israel’s military arms to be twisted into ceasefire mode, even after enormous sacrifices were made to pummel the enemy into the ground! Query: how many toothless ceasefires – signed by this and that leadership – are requisite, in order to bring a provable bill of indictment for dereliction of duty for failing to secure the nation? Alas, on August 14, 2006, par for the leadership’s demented course, they reined in the IDF, mind you, having tethered them from the get-go! Yes, they did! What kind of leaders, repeatedly, set the stage to “snatch defeat from the jaws of victory” – at least since the Yom Kippur War in 1973??

Days after Hezbollah provoked Israel last month (in July 2006) by firing rockets into Jewish towns and by ambushing an Israeli military patrol unit killing 8 soldiers and kidnapping two others, the IDF presented Olmert with several battle plans it says could have devastated Hezbollah within an estimated three weeks.

The plans, drawn up and improved upon over the course of several years, called for an immediate air campaign against Hezbollah strongholds in south Beirut; aerial bombardment of key sections of the Lebanese-Syria border to ensure the kidnapped soldiers were not transported out of the country and to halt Syrian re-supply of arms to Hezbollah; and the deployment of up to 40,000 ground troops to advance immediately to the Latani River – taking up the swath of territory from which most Hezbollah rockets are fired – and from there work their way back to the Israeli border while surrounding and then cleaning out Hezbollah strongholds under heavy aerial cover.

To the dismay of military officials here, Olmert did not approve the plan. He initially allowed only a limited air campaign that focused on some high-profile Hezbollah targets, the Beirut airport and roads that led from Beirut into Syria. But the main smuggling routes between Syria and Lebanon, sites very well-known to Israeli intelligence, were essentially off-limits to the Israeli Air Force because Olmert didn’t want his army operating too close to Syria for fear it would bring Damascus into the conflict….

IN other words, once again, the IDF was forced to “cease their fire” due to the political leadership’s inability to stand strong against interference from Washington and international mischief-makers, as well as Israel’s caterwauling domestic left – the most potent force within Israel, even though a very small part of the Jewish majority public.

WHICH brings us straight to the here and now and to the opening quote, duly attributed to Abraham Lincoln.

ADMITTEDLY, human nature is a constant. As such, it will always be the case that certain folks are wired in the direction of fooling others. Similarly, there will always be a segment who remain content to “follow the leader”, even when the directional markers are pointing toward this or that cliff. Sheep to the slaughter.

IN this regard, while Israel’s PM and assorted lackeys twist themselves into pretzel-like knots to assure the majority Zionist public that ISIS doesn’t have a DIRECT foothold into the most recent wave of terror (never mind past attacks), rest assured, they are lying! Trust, hooked-in counter-terror/counterintelligence operatives apprise yours truly otherwise. To wit, this site’s reputation stands behind their provable truth meter.

BUT before we get to the latest jihadi terror atop the Temple Mount (Judaism’s holiest site) and the nexus to ISIS, a brief overview of ISIS INSIDE (as well as poised to pounce from the northern border) Israel is mandatory.


SO, with the above dots firmly implanted, isn’t it true that this site “sees from there to here”, despite leaders (and lackeys) who choose to fool, while a contingent are their willing fools – at least, some of the time?

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(Master Sgt. Kamil Shnaan, left, and Master Sgt. Haiel Sitawe, right, the police officers killed in the terror attack next to the Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem on July 14, 2017, an integral part of the Druse community.)
Israeli security officials and experts have been trying hard to blunt the impact of the terrorist shooting attack
on Friday, July 14 at the Lion’s Gate entrance to Temple Mount, in which two Israeli border police officers were murdered and a third injured. However, this event has extraordinary broad and grave resonance – even for Jerusalem which had – and still has – more than its share of terror, because it was perpetrated at a world shrine sacred to billions of people.

The victims were two Border Police who live in northern Israel: Staff Sgts Kamil Shanan, 22, from Hofesh and Hayal Satawi, 30, from Marar, who were part of the detail guarding the shrine.

Owing to a grave intelligence and security lapse, three Israeli Muslim citizens from the Arab town of Umm al Fahm, were able to reach the broad plaza for an act of terror designed for a shock-effect to a degree unmatched since the Palestinian 2000 intifada.

The three gunmen were finally shot dead in a firefight with the police outside the shining gold Dome of the Rock in the Temple Mount compound.

Even a cursory look at the way this attack developed shows that Israel’s security services failed to draw the necessary lessons from the Palestinian attack on June 16 outside the Old City’s Damascus Gate. Then, too, it was a shooting attack in which three terrorists took part. One of them stabbed a female border guard officer to death.

So the writing was already on the Old City’s wall. However, the Islamic State’s claim of responsibility was brushed aside, although it was no longer possible to dismiss the attack as a “lone wolf” crime, as official spokesmen have maintained since the current wave of terror began two years ago. Their failure to correctly analyze the Damascus Gate attack gave the Temple Mount killers on Friday the advantage. Indeed they were several steps ahead of ahead of Israel’s law enforcement and anti-terror agencies.

Nonetheless, a new euphemism, “self-sacrifice terrorism,” was coined to explain the event, instead of a thorough investigation to pin down the hand behind the attack, which was obviously planned in detail.

The three-man team of gunmen was able to enter Temple Mount armed with two Karl Gustav rifles and a pistol. They had their photos taken with their weapons several hours before opening fire on the Israeli security detail.

This was the first time Muslim extremists have been known to mount a shooting attack at a holy place respected by Muslims, although it is sacred to all three of the world’s great monotheistic faiths, Jewish and Christian, as the historic site of the Jewish Temples. While still shooting, the three gunmen withdrew from the entrance into the broad plaza and headed for the mosques, the Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa.
The surviving border police officers gave chase after the killers, engaged them in a gun fight outside the Dome of the Rock and shot them all dead.

Their courage saved the day. Had the terrorists managed to barricade themselves in one of those shrines, Israel would have been confronted with the appalling predicament of dealing with armed terrorists holed up in a Muslim shrine, without igniting flames across the Middle East and beyond.

The funerals of the two police staff sergeants take place while a claim of responsibility for the outrage is awaited in suspense.  DEBKAfile’s sources detect ISIS hallmarks in the attack. It took the Islamist State 24 hours to assume responsibility for the Damascus Gate killing last month.

At all events, this would not be the first time the Islamic State has struck in Israel and is most likely not the last.

Another Israeli Arab, Nashat Milhem from Kfar Arara, killed two Israelis at an outdoor café in Tel Aviv on January 8, 2016. Six months later, on June 8, another terrorist murdered three Israelis. ISIS struck for the third time at Damascus Gate a month ago, stabbing to death Hadas Malka, a policewoman of 23.

KNOW that the above detailed security lapses were less a result of what is widely accepted as outright intelligence failures, though they surely do occur. Rather, for the most part, since the intelligence community receives its “marching orders” from the political echelon, and said tippy top is desperate to distance the truth re ISIS inside Israel, the knock-on effect, de facto, is faulty intelligence! Garbage in, garbage out.

MORE plainly, when the fish stinks from the head up, it doesn’t matter how talented security arms are, that is, when they are forbidden to venture into certain arenas of inquiry. Alas, by now, savvy readers should be able to assess the overview. Ominously, the strategic picture is grave. Indeed, there are many ways to shackle even the best operatives, especially, when a serial accommodator is at the helm.

TRENCHANTLY, it is the above dereliction of duty (via capitulation after capitulation) which will, no doubt, lead to catastrophe on the Syrian front, that which is jacked to the max (as recently reported at this site) with Hezbollah, Iran’s proxy paw, in tandem with assorted colluding forces.

MOST significantly, regardless of the political echelon’s jive-talk to the contrary, it is due to their derelict leadership that Hezbollah possesses an estimated 150,000 missiles of varying ranges and accuracy pointing at Israeli villages and cities – about ten times what it had in 2006! Very few, even among Israel’s Alice in Wonderland types, would dare argue with the – more or less well-known – independently verified stats – aside from any Shiite bluster.

OVERWHELMINGLY, the obvious conclusion – which is extrapolated from the following question – must be: is Israeli security better off from the so-called strategic decisions taken by its miserable leaders, be it from the ceasefire in 2006, as well as in 2014 – the latest war fought against Hamas on Israel’s southern front? Bear in mind, these are just two prime exhibits out of a growing laundry list, since Israel’s rebirth in 1948! 


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