By Stephen Lendman
In cahoots with the US and their ISIS, al-Nusra, and other terrorist proxies, Israel has been waging undeclared war on Syria for years.
Ruling regimes of both countries partner in each other’s high crimes of war and against humanity.
Obama’s war on Syria — now Trump’s, to be Biden’s war next year if he triumphs over DJT in November — is in its 9th year with no prospect for resolution because bipartisan US hardliners reject turning a page for peace and stability in all their active war theaters.
Pentagon and IDF warplanes terror-bomb Syria at their discretion, civilians harmed most.
The latest Netanyahu regime aggression occurred Monday night.
Israeli warplanes and attack helicopters struck Syrian targets in Quneitra province, a premeditated strike like all others.
According to the IDF, observation posts, intelligence collection systems, anti-aircraft artillery, and military command and control systems were targeted.
The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that overnight Israeli aggression caused “material damages” with no further elaboration.
Citing state media, Southfront said “Syrian forces intercepted several missiles, while the impact of the rest of them caused” no casualties.
An IDF spokesman claimed Israel foiled an attempt by unnamed parties to plant bombs earlier on Monday along the border of Occupied Golan and Syria, adding:
The unidentified individuals were lethally shot. It’s unclear who was shot, how many individuals, or for what reason other than what Israel claimed that may not reflect reality.
Time and again, its explanations of hostile incidents later were exposed as disinformation to justify what’s unjustifiable.
Aggression is a US and Israeli specialty, not how Syria or Hezbollah operate. Claims otherwise by ruling US or Israeli regimes are falsified.
No nations, groups or individuals threaten their territory. Their imperial aims threaten humanity.
Separately, IDF warplanes preemptively terror-bombed Gaza, what’s gone on repeatedly since the Strip was unlawfully blockaded in 2007, an IDF statement, saying:
Its warplanes struck Hamas targets.
“During the attack, a concrete production site used to excavate underground infrastructure was attacked, and in addition, underground (Hamas) infrastructure.”
“The attack was carried out in response to (a) rocket fire(d) from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory” by an unknown party — causing no damage or casualties, the incident unrelated to Hamas.
Yet the Netanyahu regime falsely blames its ruling authorities for whatever happens in the Strip or in its coastal waters, knowing they’re not responsible.
Time and again, Israel blames others for its own high crimes. The US operates by the same unlawful standard.
Separately, Israeli provocations heightened tensions along its border with Lebanon.
In late July, the IDF falsely claimed that “Hezbollah attempted to carry out an infiltration operation and that the Israeli army frustrated the attack and killed a number of its fighters.”
Hezbollah refuted the phony claim, explaining that Israeli forces preemptively carried out the border incident — stressing that gunfire occurred only from the Israeli side, adding:
Its aggression “will not remain unanswered.”
Israel lied about the late July incident. Its explanation of what occurred overnight along the border of Occupied Golan and Syria was also likely falsified.
The US and Israel are belligerent states, longstanding aggressors — threatening their own people and other nations in pursuit of their hegemonic aims.