Translator: Davood Salehan
Designing war organization by mutant mercantilism
In 2007 NATO showed the green light to Israel for starting war with Iran in an uncertain time.
Javier Solana, chief of foreign and security policy of European Union, and former General Secretary of NATO: "Iran is a complicated country and it does not seem that Israel has the power to deal with it."
Israel: operational arm of NATO
Avigdor Lieberman, Minister for Strategic Affairs of Israel, once said: "Israel's security and diplomatic goals must be clear: joining NATO and entering the Europe Union."
Israel has created a high-level military cooperation agreement with NATO. Avigdor Lieberman has said that Israel is planning to become a military base for Europe Union and official member of NATO.
The former Israeli minister managed Israel's high-level relationship with NATO and the war case of Iran. He also took part in actions of America and NATO to coordinate against Syria and Iran. Since the establishment of the Jewish state, Israel is considered as the Western agent and its interests in the Middle East and the Arab world. Israel is an active member of NATO's operations in the East Mediterranean. Although Israel is not a NATO member, Israel along with Turkey are strengthen axis of strengthening NATO in the Middle East. Turkey and Israel are counted as candidates for the military roles in the Mediterranean region in future.
In late 2007, Israel claimed that they have received the green light to launch an attack on Iran by America, Europe and NATO. It would be a sign for conflict that includes all the Middle East. Israel's military is trained relentlessly and commander of Israeli forces had told them to be ready for a full-scale war.
Creating border in the Palestinian Territories: Calculated Steps for the Future?
The Gaza Strip is described as a major detention center or prison by many Palestinians and Israelis. All movements are controlled, and there is no right for right to move and change and the whole area is surrounded by barbed wire. Parts of this area are still occupied by the Israeli military forces and used as buffer zones.
The West Bank is broader than Gaza Strip. The Gaza Strip is still a part of the West Bank. Its area is approximately 360 square kilometers (139 miles) and it has 51 km joint border with Israel. In other words, the West Bank is 8.949 square kilometers (297 miles). Controlling little borders of Gaza is much easier for the Israeli army than controlling the West Bank.
In the West Bank, the Fatah movement is backed by foreign forces that will be used to prevent and restrain Palestinian militants in the wide war events in the Middle East.
The risk of making conditions and circumstances international in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank with the deployment of foreign troops from NATO and Arab countries can be considered as a part of the efforts to create a military barrier for Israel. "Gabi Ashkenazi," an Israeli general, who is Syrian and Bulgarian descent, by gaining many experiences from Lebanon- as director of the South Lebanon Army (SLA) - succeeded Daniel Halutz as chief of joint organization of Israeli army.
Ashkenazi was responsible for creating a wall between the West Bank and Israel called as the apartheid wall. Although the wall was not completed, the apartheid wall in the zone war prevented Palestinian militants to cross the West Bank and fighting Israeli forces.
Erecting more barriers between Lebanon and Israel
Temporary Forces of United Nations, who settled in the south of Lebanon after bombing the country by Israel in 2006, were not the same forces before 2006. The force was a strong presence and powerful and ready for battle and it can be used as a shield for Israel against Lebanon in a regional war that may be initiated by Israel.
Another important point is that the Israeli army has about 3 million (or more) cluster bombs from America and it attacked south of Lebanon during the 2006 war. What was received as an infinite evil act is that Israeli attacked southern Lebanon by cluster bombs when ground attack to the south of the country was coming to an end.
Geography of southern Lebanon is a region which has borders with Israel. Bombing southern Lebanon with cluster bombs was a calculated move to create a barrier for Israel in the next war in the Middle East. The cluster bombs have now basically become landmines that prevent entrance of the Lebanese fighters into Israel while a major war against Iran, Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.
Regional war scenario: Israel preparation for dealing with Silkworm missiles
New Middle East project will be expensive and war is the cost of it. Militarization of the Gaza Strip is a multi-dimensional target and it is linked with preparation for a broader conflict in the Middle East. Deployment of foreign forces in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, such as Lebanon and building wall in the West Bank to prevent Palestinian' entry, alert us from a sudden war in the Middle East between Israel, NATO and America on one side and Syria, Iran and their allies on the other hand.
The logic of this argument is based on the fact that a war against Iran and Syria undermines Israel's military power: Iranian ballistic missiles will make Israeli forces exposed and Palestinian resistance groups are well-aware of this. If a regional war breaks out between Israel and Iran and Syria, the Palestinians are able to appear in placement of the fight against the Israelis in the Palestinian territories. In this case, scanning and mobility of conflict between Israel and Palestine will change overnight.
The difference between the Palestinians and Lebanese is an effective barrier in relation to joint military efforts of them against Israel in a regional war. This condition is like Iraq. A huge gap between the Iraqis has weakened the war efforts against America and its allies. Apart from Palestine, the above issue is repeated in Iraq as well. There is no doubt or mistake about it that the occupiers of Iraq and Palestine are of the same cloth and architects (they have same characters). Bilad Al-Sham, Iraq and its people have suffered from the same source.
Is there a relationship between negotiations related to Palestinian state and war?
Avigdor Lieberman, Minister of Strategic Affairs of Israel: "This war that Israel we started in the Middle East is not Israel war alone and we (Israel) have just been at the forefront of it."
In the wake of the assassination of Rafic Hariri, France and Germany have been very active in the Middle East diplomatic developments. Sources of Germany and France are very active on the diplomatic front in alliance with the interests of Anglo-America.
Angela Merkel said before his visit to Egypt that Germany and Europe Union will resume Arab-Israeli peace process.
Diplomats from France, Germany and Europe Union coordinated their efforts with Saudi Arabia in relation with pacifying the Palestinians.
We can draw parallel lines between the start of war in 2002 and 2003 in connection with the Iraq and future war against Syria and Iran. One of the lines was initiation of the White House to revive Arab-Israeli peace process, which aimed to help establishing an independent Palestinian state before Anglo-America attack to Iraq.
There was a strong relationship between America's wars in the Middle East and suggestion of Palestinian independency to the Arabs. The Oslo Accords was associated with the defeat of Iraq in the Persian Gulf War in 1991. Is this the same thing on which George Bush the son stressed on threating Iran over peace during his visit to the Middle East and Israel?
Another reason for America's statement about Palestinian independence was apparently ensuring that none of the puppet governments in the Arab world would be dismissed through the rebellion of the Arab people. The Palestinian issue and supporting the Palestinians is an issue by which they can succeed or fail on the hearts and minds of the Arab world or the Muslim people. It is believed that while a temporary silence rules over the Palestinian front, the new front may be opened in the Middle East or elsewhere without creating a massive outburst.
Israeli - NATO War Consultation meeting in NATO headquarter in Brussels
In late June 2007, Avigdor Lieberman and Israeli officials held a meeting with NATO officials in Brussels at a high level.
Alessandro Minoto Rizzo, Deputy of General Secretary of NATO and the Israeli delegation, headed by Avigdor Lieberman negotiated on preparing the deployment of NATO units and forces in the Gaza Strip.
Deputy of General Secretary of NATO and the Israeli side also had discussion on the deployment of international forces in Gaza to maintain order and preventing the Palestinians being armed.
The meeting also addressed the Iran issue and Israel air defense issue and deepening intelligence cooperation between NATO and Israel.
After that, Avigdor Lieberman returned from the meeting in Western Europe to Israel, and Israeli Army Radio said that America and Europe Union gave the green light to Israel to turn the war in the Middle East by launching an attack on Iran at the unknown time.
In 2007, NATO gave the green light to Israel for war with Iran in an uncertain time.
Javier Solana, chief of Foreign and security policy of Europe Union and former General Secretary of NATO said: "Iran is a complicated country and it does not seem that Israel has the power to deal with it."
Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli Minister of Strategic Affairs after his return from his European tour and talks at NATO headquarters, in late July 2007 said that he has received implicit support of Europe Union, America, and NATO to initiate an Israeli attack on Iran. If we start military operations against Iran alone, then Europe and America will support us.
Avigdor Lieberman also said that because of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, America and Britain and their European allies cannot launch an attack on Iran and its allies but they are willing to let Israel to do it.
Avigdor Lieberman acknowledged that America and NATO will step in Israel's interest whenever Israel's war starts with Iran and its allies. This message was sent to Lieberman by NATO and Europe Union and it suggests that Israel should initiate a war against Iran and its regional allies.