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Saudi, Egypt and Israel work together in Gaza attack

The war on Gaza is planned and orchestrated by Israel, Saudi and Egypt, a report by DEBKA-Net-Weekly said yesterday.

According to DEBKA the three-way cooperation has set up the following guidelines for the operation in Gaza:

Israel and the IDF will fight to smash Hamas' military might and downgrade its political influence.

The military operation will come to a close only when all its objectives are achieved.

The three leaders will not permit any outside party, including the US, to interfere in their direction of the war.

The oil-rich Saudi kingdom will cover a portion of the war costs incurred by Israel.

When the war is over, Saudi Arabia and some of the Gulf emirates, led by the UAE and Kuwait, will pay for repairing the damage caused by the fighting in the Gaza Strip.

Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel are of the same mind about the absolute necessity to dismantle Hamas' military strength, including its arsenal of rockets and network of assault bunkers.

Once the IDF has destroyed Hamas as a terrorist power, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian Authority will get down to installing a new government and security mechanisms in Gaza City to fill the void left by Hamas' defeat.

"Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Egyptian President Fatah Al-Sisi and Netanyahu... [are] in constant communication on the war's progress and confers on its next steps.

Our sources reveal daily conferences, and sometimes more, between King Abdullah and President Sisi over a secure phone line," the newsletter said.

DEBKA, thought to have close ties with Israeli intelligence agencies, said the world leaders go to great lengths to ensure their alliance remains undiscovered "given the political and religious sensitivities of their relationship". Fearful of having even their secure lines intercepted, they prefer to send secret missions to visit each other and discuss the ongoing conflict.

"Israel keeps a special plane parked at Cairo's military airport ready to lift off whenever top-secret messages between Sisi and Netanyahu need to be delivered by hand. The distance between Cairo and Tel Aviv is covered in less than an hour and a half," DEBKA explained.

Since the beginning of the Israeli operation which they have dubbed "Protective Edge" Israel has killed 808 Palestinians, and wounded over 5,000, mostly women, children and elderly, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Israeli sources said that the operation has resulted in the killing of 32 Israeli soldiers and three civilians, while 435 people were wounded, mostly suffering from panic attacks, in addition to 90 soldiers.

According to DEBKA the three-way cooperation has set up the following guidelines for the operation in Gaza:

Israel and the IDF will fight to smash Hamas' military might and downgrade its political influence.

The military operation will come to a close only when all its objectives are achieved.

The three leaders will not permit any outside party, including the US, to interfere in their direction of the war.

The oil-rich Saudi kingdom will cover a portion of the war costs incurred by Israel.

When the war is over, Saudi Arabia and some of the Gulf emirates, led by the UAE and Kuwait, will pay for repairing the damage caused by the fighting in the Gaza Strip.

Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel are of the same mind about the absolute necessity to dismantle Hamas' military strength, including its arsenal of rockets and network of assault bunkers.

Once the IDF has destroyed Hamas as a terrorist power, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian Authority will get down to installing a new government and security mechanisms in Gaza City to fill the void left by Hamas' defeat.

Israel's own goal in PR war

Yvonne Ridley

As public support for Israel falls away I note that the Zionist PR machine is now trying a new tactic to win back friends and influence ordinary people in Britain.

"What would you do if your cities came under attack," is the question fired at increasingly weary news presenters who simply want to know why Israel's mighty military targets women, children, hospitals and schools in Gaza.

It is, actually, an easy question to respond to. Britain was under attack not so long ago during more than 30 years of IRA terrorism which targeted Birmingham, Manchester, London, Brighton, Guildford and beyond, killing around 1,800 people in the process. Despite decades of the so-called Irish Troubles, never once did Westminster respond by despatching cruise missiles towards Belfast or Dublin. Nor were helicopter gunships, fighter jets or gunboats deployed to rain down missiles on a civilian population on the off-chance of hitting an IRA target.

More recently, a different form of terror was unleashed in London which targeted innocent commuters on 7 July 2005, killing 52 civilians and injuring more than 700 others. The British government's response was more restrained; it did not bomb the towns in West Yorkshire where the suicide bombers lived or demolish their family homes.

Ramping up the question a little more, the testosterone-fuelled Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett harangued Sky News presenter Samantha Simmonds by asking how London would cope with 200 rockets fired daily on the capital. Well, quite simply, it would not happen, because Britain has not corralled 1.5m refugees into a tiny ghetto off the M25, depriving them daily of food, fresh water and life's other essentials. Nor is the UK refusing to let anyone enter the said ghetto with aid or trade. But that's what Israel has done, and is doing, to the people of Gaza.

Is it any wonder, therefore, that the occupants of such a large, open air prison that is the Gaza Strip say "enough is enough", start to resist and then fight back with anything that they can lay their hands on?

The unruffled Ms Simmonds continued politely, probing the minister for answers until he could contain himself no longer. He exploded into an unreconstructed rant aimed at the tiny state of Qatar; like a Scud missile, no one saw that one coming.

The tiny Gulf State has worked tirelessly around the clock trying to broker peace deals in the volatile Middle East. That at least one Arab State is genuine in trying to come up with a practical solution should be a cause for appreciation and celebration.

It was not to be. Bennett almost self-immolated as he shot off on another tangent calling for world football's governing body FIFA to cancel Qatar's hosting of the 2022 World Cup.

"We'll have to leave it there," said Ms Simmonds coolly. "Thank you Mr Bennett."

Such restraint was admirable, but she could have responded by asking the minister what he thought of attempts to throw Israel out of the European football organisation UEFA due to his country's racism against Palestinians and their national team. But perhaps I'd better leave that there.

[ Yvonne Ridley's argument is well placed. You never forget the history of Britain dealing with Irish terrorism. But for Samantha Simmond does not read history well. As for the Zionist Jews does not even has a true history except for a cruelty and inhumane act of terror to the people of Palestine.

The Zionist Jews may choose all their "logical and emotional" argument in the PR campaign but the truth is more than 800 innocence people including children died in the current war and 3000 people injured and maimed by the act of terror by the Nentanyahu government.

Could you simply hide under the carpet? Europe is losing out their simplicity to Israel. You cannot undo 60 years of crime in Palestine by using the media and public opinion to win their trust back. People have change a lot and their mindset does not accept anymore crime such like GAZA today.- Pustaka Anda ]

source: https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/blogs/politics/13036-israels-own-goal-in-pr-war