ISIS Attacks Lebanon at Precisely the Same Moment as Israel. Are ISIS & their Handlers in the US and Israel Now Coordinating their Attacks?
Islamism & Zionism: Two Sides of the Same Coin (Lebanon article below foreword as highlighted)
The brave fighting men pictured above are in fact Christians Syriac rebels fighting the two headed Zio-Islamist menace. They are involved in a veritable fight for survival against the beasts bent on eradicating Europe & Christianity from the face of the earth.
And before you shout but Islamism and Zionism are sworn enemies. Ask yourself why you’ve never heard Al Qaeda, ISIS and ISIL attacking Israel?
The EKP fight the Islamification of our beloved homelands with more fervour than any other single organisation on the planet.
We send aid, Kevlar vests, supplies even men to Syria to FIGHT ISIS alongside our Christian Syrian brothers. Yes, we literally send our OWN money.
While countless nationalist groups pander to Zionist groups with links to the states and organisations that fund ISIS and are responsible for the killing of innocent Christians across the mid east, we refuse to EVER compromise with Islamism or Zionism.
They are two sides of a middle eastern coin, born in the same sandbox, and of the same innate anti-Western hatred.
That’s why the following article falls into BOTH our Combating Islamism and Combating Zionism categories.
Make no mistake, both Islamists and Zionists despise our Christian and Western culture with equal levels of loathing – and work in unison to harm us.
Zionists just do a better job hiding it.
From their shared aversion to dogs and pork, to the manner in which they cull their livestock and ritualistically circumcise their children. The commonalities run as deep as the ocean, and differences, as shallow as a summer puddle.
Few people realise that the professional Islamist mercenaries, or Islamic rebels (formerly known as the Arab Spring, when this nonsense was about democratic change) get their marching orders from their sugar daddies in Washington and Tel Aviv.
You might not like hearing it-but that’s the reality of who and what ISIS are and have always been. I am hoping that some of the more rabid anti-Islamist and pro-Zionist people that have found this article will leave doubting their allegiance to Israel.
ISIS was created as a false flag operation designed to incite us into a hatred so intense, it would result in the empowerment of the Jewish state, and give the Americans a free pass to do as they pleased in the Middle East.
The Islamists on the ground genuinely hate us, however their funding and impetus still comes from the filthy cabal responsible for the debacle in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Iran, and Afghanistan-the Zionist regime in the US and Israel.
Like it or not, that’s what’s happening.
ISIS has always been funded by the Zionists and so-called Neo cons in the American government and their rulers in Israel. The jihadist men and women that dedicated their lives to fight for this warped cause certainly pose a MASSIVE threat, however their funding and Raison d’être comes from traitors within our own government and our enemies in Israel.
Just as 9/11 was used as a justification to roll into Iraq, ISIS will be the justification for the US and Israel to chop up the mid east in the manner they intend. Google Yinon Plan, if you still have your doubts.
With that said, what are the chances that Israel and ISIS would conspire to attack Lebanon at the exact same time?
Falastin News, by way of Your News Wire, reported that ISIS and Israel attacked Lebanon at the Same Time in their ISIS exposé this past week.
A Hezbollah source, said the movement’s posts in the mountains around Nabi Sbat, situated east of the town of Baalbek in the Beqaa Valley, were attacked by armed groups who came from Syria’s mountainous Qalamoun region along the border with neighboring Lebanon.
Most of the militants killed during Sunday clashes were from the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front. Two Hezbollah fighters were also killed in the process.
The development comes a day after Lebanese army forces drove back a group of militants who were attempting to enter the country from the Syrian border.
The gunmen tried to enter the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal, situated 124 kilometers (77 miles) northeast of the capital, Beirut, on Saturday, but were repelled by Lebanese soldiers and forced to flee back into Syria.
Al-Nusra Front and the ISIL militants overran Arsal in August, killing and capturing scores of soldiers and police officers. They later executed three of the hostages.
Over the past months, Lebanon has been suffering from terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda-linked militants as well as random rocket attacks, which are viewed as a spillover of the conflict in Syria.
Syria has been gripped by deadly violence since 2011 with ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently controlling parts of it, mostly in the east and north.
Quite remarkably within hours, a Lebanese soldier was injured by Israeli gunfire on the Lebanon Israel border.
Reuters reported that a Lebanese soldier had been shot and wounded by fire from the Israeli side of the border near Lebanon’s southern village of Kfar Chouba in the Nabatieh Governorate.
According to a statement released by the Lebanese army, the soldier was injured when an Israeli patrol opened fire on a Lebanese army post in Jabal Sadanneh, west of the disputed Shebaa Farms, at 13:20 p.m. local time (1020 GMT) on Sunday.
At first the Lebanese were uncertain who had fired at their base or where it had come from. Early reports were that it was ISIS/Al Qaeda infiltrator had entered the base, then reports claiming that the gunfire originated in Israel surfaced.
The soldier, identified as Zakaria Hamza al-Masri by a security source, was shot in the hand as he was patrolling near the village of Kfar Chouba, situated about 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) from the border with Israel. The wounded trooper was rushed to a hospital following the incident.
The Lebanese army is now coordinating with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) to investigate the shooting, and has adopted defensive measures.
The Shebaa Farms area is located at the junction of Lebanon, Syria and Israel and is often the site of cross-border clashes.
Israeli troops routinely violate the internationally recognized Blue Line, which is the ceasefire line drawn up by the UN in 2000 after Israeli troops withdrew from southern Lebanon ending a 22-year occupation.
Israel and Lebanon have been in a state of war for six decades, and do not have diplomatic relations with one another.
You do the math.
Article Source: Falastin News