Tuesday, August 26, 2014

ISIL is West plot to create greater Israel

Press TV | Aug 26, 2014


The ISIL terrorist group is an “operation by the West to create the greater Israel,” American author James Henry Fetzer in Oregon says.

Fetzer said public statements from senior US officials about the scope of the threat posed by the group are “completely contradictory.”

“The situation with regard to ISIS from the point of view of leading military and intelligence officials in the United States has become completely contradictory,” he said.

The Veterans Today editor made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Monday after he was asked about General Martin Dempsey’s recent statement that he would not recommend US airstrikes against the terrorist group within Syria after having raised the specter of such military action.

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaking onboard a military plane en route to Afghanistan on Sunday, said ISIL was not currently plotting attacks against the United States or Europe.

Dempsey added that he would not recommend expanding military action against ISIL from Iraq into Syria until he determines that the terrorist group has become a direct threat to the US homeland.

The top US general said the extremist group is more of a regional threat despite its repeated threats against Western interests. Just last week, Dempsey had warned that the group’s threat needed to be addressed in both Iraq and Syria.

Fetzer suggested that Dempsey might have changed his mind about striking the militants in Syria after he “may have been advised that ISIS is an operation by the West where some have suggested its intent is even to create the greater Israel on behalf of the Zionist movement which has tremendous influence in the United States.”

Some analysts believe the savage group is part of a US neoconservative and Israeli agenda to pre-occupy Muslims and Arabs with fighting and squabbling amongst themselves.

ISIS, also known as ISIL or IS, controls large parts of Syria's northern territory. The savage group sent its fighters into neighboring Iraq in June, quickly seizing large swaths of territory straddling the border between the two countries.

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