Iran Claims Israel Attack Was A False Flag

In the aftermath of one of the most severe Israeli attacks on Syria "in decades," Iranian lawmakers said Thursday that Iran had no role in the attack, and that Shia nation doesn't operate any bases in Syria.

Mohammad Javad Jamali Nobandegani, a member of the Iranian Parliament’s national security and foreign policy committee, said Israel’s claim that Iran had provoked Israel by firing first was "a lie," adding that "Israel's history of carrying out unprovoked attacks in Syria has been well-documented."

"Iran does not have military base in Syria," Nobandegani added.

And while Iran maintains that last night's skirmish between the Israeli Defense Force and Syrian Army forces was a false flag, and that the IDF struck first (continuing its pattern of airstrikes and other military assaults in Syria), the IDF boasted Thursday morning that Tehran "will need a lot of time to recover" from the most extensive Israeli attack in Syria since 1974.

Meanwhile, Israel said Iran paid a "heavy price" for its (nonexistent) aggression following multiple Israeli airstrikes against what Tel Aviv said were targets belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp’s Quds Force.

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Unsurprisingly, the alleged Iranian attack resulted in no casualties or damage to Israeli infrastructure, with no rockets hitting Israeli-held territory (the Golan Heights border region is considered Syrian territory occupied by Israel).

"Iran will need a lot of time and resources to rehabilitate its operational, military and intelligence infrastructures we hit tonight," an IDF spokesman said. The spokesman warned that "any other attempt" to hurt Israel will "pay even more."

A map of the military targets published by the IDF shows multiple sites near Damascus and also near the Syria-Israel border.

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman claims "all the Iranian infrastructure" in the Arab republic was hit.

During the attack, Israeli jets and mortars struck intelligence sites and arms depots, among other military targets allegedly operated by the Iranian forces. Syria's SANA state news channel said earlier that a Syrian radar installation was hit in the attack while "tens" of missiles were intercepted.

Though the IDF says it's not seeking "further escalation," the IDF says that "the Syrian regime will be held accountable for everything happening in its territory," and has warned against any retaliatory attack.

"They must understand that if it rains here, it will pour there," said Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who spoke at the Herzliya security conference near Tel Aviv several hours after the skirmish began.

Lieberman added that Israeli forces remain on high alert, but said he hopes this "chapter" is finished.

Naturally, most Western media like the New York Times - which has repeatedly demonstrated a fervent pro-Israeli bias - opted to take the IDF at its word, a move that drew consternation from independent Syrian journalists.

Of course, in the aftermath of recent attacks on Syria over "chemical attacks" which were alleged but never actually provne, why even bother to verify Iran's claims when it's easier to just quote Israel.

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BullyBearish ne-tiger Thu, 05/10/2018 - 10:39 Permalink

from MOA:

The propagandist praise of an Israeli success reminds one of previous similar claims.

On the second day of the 2006 war on Lebanon Israel loudly boosted that it had destroyed "all long-range Hizbullah missiles" in a 34 minutes long air campaign. But more than 100 missiles per day continued to hit Israel, including targets in Tel Aviv far away from the Lebanese border. Thirty one days later Israel sued for peace. Its invasion of Lebanon had been defeated. Its "successful" strike against Hizbullah's long range missiles had hit mostly empty positions.

The Israeli targeting in Syria is not much better than its targeting in Lebanon twelve years ago.

Syria will now continue to respond to Israeli attacks. This time it limited its strikes to military positions in the occupied Golan heights. The next strikes will go further. This time Israel sent its population in the occupied Golan heights into bunkers. The next time half of Israel may have to go underground. How long could Israel sustain that?

Iran will also retaliate for attacks on its forces in Syria. But it does not need to do so from Syria. There are also other ways and means than sending missiles.

That Syria, after much suffering, now retaliated for the Israeli strikes draws a new line in the sand. If Israel wants a wider war it will get one. The destruction in the involved countries in the Middle East, including Israel, might thrown them back 100 years. Syria, Lebanon, and Iran could live with that.  A 100 years ago Israel did not exist.

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evoila Bud Dry Thu, 05/10/2018 - 11:23 Permalink

Ok, so some missiles took out Iran in Syria.  So what the hell is all the fuss about if that's all it took?  Israel needs to decide whether Iran is a threat or not, because the way they are describing it, it was clear they were none if 1 night of airstrikes "took them out".

 

It's clear the Israelis are lying through their teeth and want a regional war.  What a bunch of assholes they are, and what a bunch of idiots most of the the people in the US are for eating their shit likes its a chocolate sundae. 

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Expendable Container evoila Thu, 05/10/2018 - 13:13 Permalink

SIX MILLION IRANIANS' LIVES THREATENED BY SATANYAHOO's LIES!!!

Rothschild's satanyahoo is lying yet again folks - this time about innocent Iran.

For pseudo-justification of their Greater Israel ambition.  Yet another SIX MILLION LIES about Iran - I kid you not!! [See photo of newspaper articles with dates using the '6 million' lies again and again:  HERE

They started the '6 million' lies repeatedly over the years against Tsarist Russia (starting in 1869!!) decades before Hitler was even born!

They used the '6 million' lies against the Germans after WWII,

another '6 million' lies again against Iraq more recently to bring that nation down,

and now yet again another '6 million' Lies against IRAN!!:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-09/netanyahu-meets-putin-as-russia-debates-deal-for-syrian-missiles

"....After attending a military parade in Moscow commemorating the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II, the Israeli leader warned that seven decades after the Holocaust, “there is a country in the Middle East, Iran, which calls for the destruction of another 6 million Jews.”....

As for the mother of all False Flags nation, its Isra hell:

Now read this! Scroll down....we need to all know this about the extent of Isra hell's lies and dirty tricks to justify their eternal need to Destroy the Goyim: HERE

"World War 1: Britain was losing the war against Germany. The Zionists stepped in and bribed President Wilson to get the US into the war to help them. In return, the Jews asked the British Empire to deed them Palestine to create Israel. Their wish was granted in the form of the Balfour Declaration of 1917, which cost the world 18 million dead.

World War 2: The Zionists fomented that war (just like they’re doing today with Iran and other countries in the Middle East), so that European Jews could feel threatened. The deception worked as European Jews fled in droves to Palestine and took over the homes of Palestinians, who were evicted at gunpoint and then either massacred or driven out of their land into neighboring Arab countries. With enough Jews on the ground, Israel was created in 1948 at a cost of 80 million dead.

World War On Terror: Jewish neocons, in cahoots with their bought-and-paid-for politicians in the US government, perpetrated their act of terrorism on 9/11. Then they conveniently blamed it on Muslims so as to obtain a green light to destroy the Middle East using the armies of the US and NATO and the terrorist groups they finance, with the ultimate view to creating Greater Israel. So far, the death toll is over 3 million, including Christians.

World War 3: With Russia protecting Syria and Iran from Israel’s Machiavellian design, will the Zionists succeed in bringing the world once again to the brink of disaster to create Greater Israel?"

 

"'Greater Israel': The Zionist Plan for the Middle East:
The Infamous 'Oded Yinon Plan'":
(By Israel Shahak;
Introduction by Michel Chossudovsky)
http://www.globalresearch.ca/greater-isra el-the-zionist-plan-for-the-middle-east/5 324815

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Jtrillian earleflorida Thu, 05/10/2018 - 15:07 Permalink

Remember the Liberty.  The Israeli government should not be trusted and they are no ally.

A quote From Netanyahu’s infamous “Fink’s Bar diatribe” of 1990:

“If we get caught they will just replace us with persons of the same cloth. So it does not matter what you do, America is a golden calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the world’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control. Why? Because it is the will of God and America is big enough to take the hit so we can do it again and again and again. This is what we do to countries that we hate. We destroy them very slowly and make them suffer for refusing to be our slaves.” (Credit to the Defense Intelligence Agency of the United States Department of Defense)

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The_Juggernaut Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 11:37 Permalink

"I guess you  haven't heard of the the July August War in 2006 where the Israelis got their asses handed to them by Hezbollah.

You are an ignorant Sheeple."

The brilliant military victory where Hezbollah killed a bunch of women and children?  How typical of them.  Israel has issues of their own, but being able to mop the floor with their troublesome neighbors has never been one of them.

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bowie28 Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 10:58 Permalink

They were invited in when the US supported and funded terrorists were targeting Assad for regime change.

Trump has a different agenda here.  Assad no longer needs the Iranians in Syria.  They are a liability at this point which is why he has no problem with them being taken out by Israel.

Putin and Trump are now allies in the new strategy.  Assad is safe.

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bowie28 Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 11:16 Permalink

Good question.  Why would Assad go along with something like this?  Maybe he was told he is safe and US will get out of Syria if he allows this to happen?

And why would all of this be coordinated to happen the day Bibi was meeting with Putin?

It makes you think maybe there is something bigger happening behind the scenes with the Iranians. 

Something the Rothschild and Soros puppets are desperately trying to keep from being exposed.

 

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bowie28 Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 11:28 Permalink

The term "sold out the Iranians" assumes Trump's goal is a regime change and to install a US controlled puppet regime in one of Russia's key allies.

If Trump's end game is simply to expose what the JCPOA was really about and force Iran into a new agreement then Putin has only decided to step back and let that happen, then resume normal relations with his ally.

I still believe Putin is going to facilitate Iran coming to the table and negotiating a new deal with Trump.

 

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bowie28 Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 11:43 Permalink

Q states it was preparation for the next 9/11.  A nuke false flag on US with materials that would be traced to the Uranium One sale.  Our 17 intelligence agencies would tell us the Russians sold this Uranium to the Syrians which was then used to create the bomb that was used to nuke an American city.

It's terrifying and sounds insane but is lining up very nicely with what we see happening.  This guy does a pretty good job of decoding Qanon.  Check out his work.

https://www.neonrevolt.com/2018/04/30/today-we-are-cancelling-the-apoca…

Now if this is true and Trump is undoing a plot to frame the Syrians and the Russians for a nuke false flag on the US, that would explain why Putin and Assad are playing along and letting Trump do whatever he feels is necessary with the Iranians.

 

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bowie28 Billy the Poet Thu, 05/10/2018 - 12:25 Permalink

At this point there is no one piece of compelling evidence.  There are a lot of things that seem to fit (more every day) and nothing that disproves.

What is happening now is Trump is backing the Iranians into a corner where they will have no choice but to flip on the others and expose what they were involved in. 

If we are to believe Q the evidence will come some time after the new Iran deal is signed.  

His assertion is that Trump and his people already have all the evidence but need to neutralize the threat and take bad actors out of play before exposing it.

When exposed publicly it will require a lot of big players to be immediately arrested and will create a very volatile situation.

He points to the fact that there were secret parts of the deal and a lot of CASH moving around.  The fact that Macron and Merkel both showed up at the White House to beg Trump not to leave the deal (they got part of the cash to buy their silence).  Lots of other pieces that fit but I don't remember all of them.

He has been saying this for a while and the way events are playing out and the reactions of various players are in line with what he said.  I have not seen one thing to indicate his claim is false.

This will obviously be a the ultimate proof on whether Q was real or fake.  Seems like we will find out in the next few months.

 

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bowie28 I Am Jack's Ma… Thu, 05/10/2018 - 12:14 Permalink

I may be an idiot but definitely not a zionist.

If Trump wanted Assad out it would have been done already.  Iran and Russia could not have stopped it and Russia would not get into WW3 to save him.

Suppose Trump went to Assad and Putin and said - I need you to back me up on this Iran deal.  It's gonna be a little messy but will just take a few weeks and when it's done the US is out of Syria and you guys can finish cleaning up the mess.

I think they'd agree.  As much as they "like" Iran the prospect of getting the US proxies out of Syria would be worth having the Iranians upset at them for a little while.  Everyone is looking out for their own interest first.

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