Dark Nights of Israel: Who to Face Iran?
Tuesday, January 17, 2011
Being particularly concerned about the rise of Islamist movements in the Arab world, the Zionist entity has provoked fear against "the Shiite Iranian regime and its nuclear project, which would control the region" in order to bring those movements -- that are hostile to the Zionist entity -- to change their attitude towards it.
This recommendation was made by the ‘Israeli’ National Security Council (NSC), the unique authorized body to carry out assessments on the Israeli government, following negotiations that took place over several days.
The NSC added: "If Israel works intelligently, along with the ability to put the game rules on the right track, all parties who are so far hostile to Israel may have different positions."
In its report, the NSC recommended the Zionist cabinet to convince U.S. President Barack Obama to abandon "the disbelief – clearly shown in his attitude – towards the rise of ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ in the Arab region.”
"Unlike the Americans, Israel is particularly concerned about the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, especially since their position was revealed through the recent statements of their leaders," said the Zionist daily close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "Israel today" commenting on NSC statement which ‘increased the level of anxiety.’
The NSC has also advised the ‘Israeli’ government to launch dialogue with Islamist movements in Egypt, and the Muslim Brotherhood in particular which -- it believed -- "is not only a religious Islamic cultural power, but also a copy of the European globalist ideology."
According to the Zionist daily Maariv, the enemy Ministry of Foreign Affairs has told its ambassador to Cairo Jacob Amital to start this opening and take the decision he finds appropriate.
The daily reported however that less than one year ago, the director general of the ministry in question had rejected a request in this regard submitted by former Zionist Ambassador to Egypt Itzhak Levanon.
Maariv noted that NSC’s call has sensed that Islamists become a political actor must. "They were not strong enough. There wasn’t high possibility, but they can agree to sit at negotiation table with us for indirect talks," said Levanon.
“Yet, these conditions are no longer available today, and they (Muslim Brotherhood) may refuse since they have already come to power and won the legislative elections,” the daily went on to say.
But Levanon believed that Western states should be encouraged to join dialogue with the Islamists, because -- according to him -- “they will become the channel of communication and exchange of messages in our favor."
It is worthy to mention that the report has also addressed the adoption of the United States and major European countries of "a suitable approach to deal with this movement so that it can influence the attitude of organizations that take office."