Comment on the document: “The Zionist plan for the Middle East”

Comment on the document:
“The Zionist plan for the Middle East”

Farah Notash Worlds Anti-imperialist Front Women’s Power

Vienna 23.10. 2018

The document,” The Zionist plan for the Middle East” which is below this article, reveals the warmonger aims of the Zionists in the Middle East- the aim which existed before they transferred the Jews to Palestine. By transferring the Jews to Palestine, the Zionist made them the first victim of their plans. Antisemitism was used as an excuse.

Antisemitism was promoted to push Jews out of their homes towards Palestine. Any kind of growth of Antisimitism fostered by whichever political forces, has only been a tool of Zionists to reach their goals.

Refereeing to ancient borders, is the next excuse for this greedy colonial plan to make constant war.

The Persian land map of the ancient period covers nearly half the world!

Is it correct to hang on to this irrelevant excuse as an argument to occupy other people’s homeland for greed?

The war in Syria is connected to the Zionist expansion wishes. Netanyahu’s constant insistence on Iran’s Forces leaving Syria, is to have Syria with defenceless borders, so that the Zionists can help themselves to it, such as by the Golan Heights. Since Russia has delivered the S 300 Missiles, Trump is trying to parrot the Israeli wishes.

And again, in Western Zionist Media, the revealed dirty game of,” Use of

Chemical weapons by Bashar Al-Assad” have started.

The victory of Syria for its independence is a fishbone in the throat of Zionists, which they cannot swallow.

Look at Zionist US withdrawal from 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF)treaty!

Look at their Salafi servants’ Slaughterhouse Consulate of Saudi-Arabia!

Look at the nature of the Zionists gang!

Saudi Arabia is now the third country in the world in terms of military expenditure, after the US and China.

Distributing this document “ The Zionist plan for the Middle East” in the world, and even translating it into different languages, will reveal the Ugly greedy face of Zionism to the world and will be a great step against Zionist stinking exitance.

With the wish for the disappearance of


and glorification of culture and humanity in a borderless world.

Women’s Power


Zionist Plan for the Middle East

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Israel Theodore Hertzel (1904) and Rabbi Fischermen (1947)

In the second volume of page 711, Theodore Hertzel, the founder of Zionism, says that this region, the state of Israel, extends from the Brooke Egypt to the Euphrates. Rabbi Fischerman, a member of the Palestinian Jewish Agency, stated in his testimony to the UN Special Investigation Committee on July 9, 1947: “The promised land from the Egyptian river to the Euphrates River is one of the parts that include parts of Syria and Lebanon.” »

Odid Yinon

“Strategy for Israel in the 1980s”

This book was published jointly by the American Association of Arab-Arab Studies, a graduate student at the University of Belmont and Massachusetts in 1982. With this special document number ( ISBN 0-937694-56-8 ) 1

Table of contents

Publisher’s speech


It is convincing for the American Arab-American Association of Academicians that the Opening of the New Series of Publications and Special Documents, the Odid Yinon Paper on the Kyounim (Instructions) of the Magazine of the Ministry of Information of the Organization of the World Zionism has appeared. Odid Yinon is an Israeli journalist and has previously served in the Israeli Foreign Ministry. According to the sources of information, and in our opinion, this document is the most explicit, precise, unambiguous and updated strategy of broadcasters in the Middle East. In addition, this document is an accurate representation of the “outlook” for the entire Middle East of the Zionist ruling regime, Sharon and Eitan. Hence, its importance lies in its historical value, which it presents in a nightmare.


In order to survive Israel, its design must inevitably be planned and implemented on two axes. One: he becomes a regional empire-imperial power. And two: the entire Arab states must be dissolved or divided into small countries; of course, it depends on the ethnic or sectarian composition of each country. Consequently, the Zionist hopes that the governments will become their sectarian sentiment, and, of course, will be the source of the moral legitimacy of Israel.


This is not a new idea, or it has not appeared for the first time in the strategic thinking of the Zionists. In fact, the dismantling of Arab countries into smaller units is a matter that has been addressed to them. This issue has been documented by Loya Rukach in the Book of Terrorism of Israel (1980) on a relatively small scale in publications ( AAUG ). According to the memoirs of former Israeli Prime Minister Moshe Sharit, Rokach’s study documents are in a compelling detail, a Zionist plan, ready in Lebanon in the mid-1950s.


The first major Israeli offensive in Lebanon in 1978 was to complete the plan to the very last detail. The second Israeli offensive in Lebanon on June 6, 1982, was more brutal and inclusive, hoping to include specific sections of this plan not only in Lebanon, but also the effects of Syria and Jordan. And that’s why here are the ridicules of the Israeli public claims that they want a strong and independent Lebanese central government because it is more accurate to say that the central government in Lebanon is to legalize regional imperial plans by signing a peace treaty. . They also seek to surrender in their plans – the consent of Syria, Iraq, Jordan, and other Arab governments and the Palestinian people. What they want and what is planned is not for the Arab world, but for a few parts of the Arab world ready to surrender to Israel’s hegemony. Thus, Ovid Yinon, in his essay, “A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s,” speaks of “The Closest Opportunities for the First Time of 1967”, which is surrounded by “a very stormy situation [that] Created “.


The Zionist policy of displacement and the deportation of Palestinians from Palestine has been a very active policy, but was pursued more vigorously during the war, like the 1947-1948 war and the 1967 war. An addendum titled “Israel Speaks of a New Collective Migration,” which is in this publication to show the Zionist past to disperse the Palestinians from their homeland, and in addition to the original Zionist document that we present, take other Zionist plans Which is also planned to bring Palestinians out of Palestine.


It is clear from the document and instructions published in February 1982 that the “far-reaching opportunities” that Zionist strategists have imagined can be the same “opportunities” to persuade the world to apply Zionism, and claim that this Opportunities were created by June 1982 attacks. It is also clear that the Palestinians have never been the sole goal of Zionist plans, but because their live and independent presence as a denial of the nature of the Zionist state has been targeted, their abandonment has been targeted. However, any Arab country, especially those with a clear-sided nationalism, will sooner or later be the real target of Israel.


Contrary to the precise, unambiguous and clear Zionist strategy of this document, unfortunately, the Arab-Palestinian strategy suffers from ambiguity and lack of coherence. There is no sign that Arab strategists have thought of Zionist planes. Instead, whenever a new phase of that Zionist pattern becomes apparent, it reacts with disbelief and shock. This phenomenon is evident in Beirut’s siege in the silent reaction of the Arabs. The sad fact is that until the Zionist strategy reacts to the Middle East, the Arab response to the siege of any Arab capital by Israel in the future will be the same.

Khalil Nakhla

July 23, 1982



The following article, I believe, illustrates the detailed and detailed plan of the current Zionist regime (Sharon and Eitan) for the Middle East based on the division of the entire region into small countries, and the dissolution of all Arab countries. I will look at the military aspects of this project in order to draw readers’ points on several points:


1 The idea that all Arab countries must be scattered by Israel into small units is happening again and again in the thinking of Israeli strategists. For example, Ziyu Shif, the Hartz military correspondent (and probably the most aware person in Israel about this subject) about “the best” thing that could be for the benefit of Israel in Iraq: “The dissolution of Iraq into a Shiite state, a state Sunnis, and separation from Kurdish (Hartz 2/6/1982). In fact, this aspect of the scheme is very old.


2 A strong connection with the neo-conservative thoughts of the United States, especially in the author’s notes, is very prominent. But while flattering the idea of ​​”Western defense” from Soviet power (formerly M), the true purpose of the author, and the current Israeli facilities is clear: transforming Israel into a world imperialist power. In other words, Sharon’s goal is to deceive Americans after deceiving others.


3 It’s clear that many of the relevant data, both in the notes and in the text, are tangled or removed, such as US financial assistance to Israel, is more of a pure fantasy. However, the plan should not be considered ineffective for the short term, or not feasible. The plan honestly pursues the German geo-logic ideas of the years 1833-1990, which was swallowed up by Hitler and the Nazi state, and set its goals in Eastern Europe. Those goals, in particular the division of existing countries, took place between 1941 and 1941, which was only a temporary and global alliance, and for a short period of time, prevented the stabilization of their intentions.


The writer’s mind is looking for the text. To avoid confusion, I did not add anything to my notes, but I put them in the foreword and conclusions. However, I have emphasized some parts of the text.

Israel is Shahak

June 13, 1982

Strategy for Israel in the 1980s

Odid Yinon

This essay was first published in the Hebrew Dariquan (Instructions), a magazine for Judaism and Zionism. No. 14- Winter, 5742, February 1982, Editor: Yoram Beck. Board of Exchanges: Elly Ayal, Yoram Beck, Amenon Hadari, Yahanan Manor, Elissir. Published by the Ministry of Advertising / World Organization of Israel, Jerusalem (Jerusalem).


At the beginning of the eighties, the Israeli government needed a new vision for national and international goals at home and abroad. This need has become even more critical given the number of central processes that the country, the region and the world have been undergoing. We live in the early stages of a new era in human history that is not similar to our predecessor, and its features are completely different from what we have known so far. That is why we need to understand the central processes that come with a specific example of this historical period, on the one hand, and on the other, we need a global perspective and operational strategy in accordance with the new conditions. The existence, prosperity and stability of the Jewish state is only in the adoption of a new framework for internal and external affairs, which also depends on its abilities.


This course is characterized by several traits that we can recognize, which is characterized by a symbol of the real revolution in our current lifestyle; and that dominant failure of rationalism, the human perspective as the cornerstone of life’s support and achievements Western civilization is after the Renaissance. The political, social, and economic views emanating from this foundation are based on several “truths” that are now disappearing – for example: a view that sees a person as a center person of the universe, and everything that exists to resolve His basic needs are now in vain, when it becomes clear that the amount of resources in the world is not sufficient for human needs, economic needs or individual occupations. In a world of four billion people, and economics and energy sources do not grow as much as human needs, it’s unrealistic to expect the main needs of Western society to be met. 1 For example: Wish and arrogance for unlimited use! A view that ethics have no role in determining the direction of human desire, but its material needs have the opportunity to do so-this view is common today, as we see a universe where almost all its values ​​are being destroyed. We are losing the ability to evaluate the simplest things, especially when we are concerned about the simple question of what is good and what is bad.


When we see the collapse of the order of the world around us, the vision of the aspirations and limitless ability of man to shrink in the face of the sad reality of life. The view that promises freedom and independence to humans seems absurd in the light of this tragic fact that three quarters of the human race live under authoritarian regimes. Views that are concerned about equality and social justice have become laughter by socialism, and especially by communism. There is no argument as a fact to these two ideas, but it is clear that they have not been properly experienced and the majority of human beings have lost freedom, independence and opportunity for equality and justice. In this nuclear world, which we (still) live in relative peace for thirty years, the concept of peace and coexistence between nations does not make sense when a superpower like the Soviet Union has a kind of military and political doctrine, according to which: Only a nuclear war is possible and necessary to achieve the goals of Marxism, but the basic question is, is it possible for anyone to survive after the nuclear war? The answer to this hypothesis is not yet among the enemies. 2


The basic concepts of human society, especially those in the West, are changing due to political, military and economic developments. Consequently, Soviet nuclear weapons and conventional weapons, as compared to the past world wars, which have only been childish, predict an era that is just like the deadline before the big epic. An era that can destroy a large part of our world in a multi-dimensional global war. Nuclear power, as well as conventional weapons, their quantity, their quality and elegance, will overwhelm most of our world in a few years, and we must match ourselves with such an outlook so that we can face it in Israel. Therefore, the main threat to our existence and the Western world is this.3 The war on resources in the world, Arab monopoly on oil, the West’s need to import a lot of raw materials from the Third World, transforms the world we know, given the The main goals of the Soviet Union are the defeat of the West by gaining control over vast resources in the Gulf and in the South African region, with many of the world’s resources. We can imagine the dimensions of the global confrontation we will face in the future.


Khrushchev’s doctrine calls for Soviet control over the oceans and rich resources of the Third World, which, along with the presence and doctrine of the Soviet Union, may survive and triumph in the nuclear war. And yet, Western military power may be destroyed, and the inhabitants of that slave serve Marxism-Leninism, and this is a major threat to our own peace and existence. Since 1967, the Soviets have transformed Klaus Witz’s commentary on the “war on the continuation of nuclear-type politics,” and this slogan is a guide to all of their policies. Today and today they are doing their goals in our region and around the world, and the need to face them is a key element in our country’s security policy and, of course, the rest of the world. This is our greatest external challenge. 4


Therefore, the Arab Muslim world is not the main strategic problem that we have to face in the 80’s, despite the fact that, given its military strength, it carries the main threat to Israel. This world, with its ethnic minorities, its factions and internal crises, are astonishingly destructive of each other, as we can see in Lebanon, in non-Arab Iran, and now in Syria, that they are able to cope with success. They do not have their own basic problems and therefore do not constitute a real threat to the state of Israel in the long run, but only in the short term that immediate military power is of great importance. In the long run, this world can not exist in its current context in the regions around us without the need to go to real revolutionary changes. The Muslim Arab world has been built like a temporary home for the placement of cards / cartons by foreigners (France and Britain in the 1920s) without the wishes and wishes of its inhabitants. The Arab Muslim world is arbitrarily divided into 19 countries, all the combined ethnic and minority groups that are hostile to each other, so that today every Arab Muslim country faces its ethnic social destruction from within, and in some places there is a severe civil war. . 5

Often Arabs, 118 million out of 170 million, in Africa, often live in Egypt (today 45 million).


Apart from Egypt, all the Maghreb countries are made up of a combination of Arabs and non-Arab Burbs. In Algeria, there is now a civil war in the Kabile Mountains between the two nationalities in the country. In addition to the civil war in Morocco and Algeria, both countries are at war with the Spanish desert. The militant Islam poses a threat to Tunisia’s integrity and Gaddafi is a country that is low in population and can not become a powerful country, organizing wars that are destructive from the point of view of the Arabs. For this reason, he has tried to unify in the past with countries like Egypt and Syria, which are more realistic. Sudan, a dismembered country in the Muslim Arab world, today is made up of four hostile groups. An Arab Muslim minority that governs most non-Arabs, non-Christians, and Christians. In Egypt, a Sunni Muslim majority is in the face of a Christian minority dominated by Egypt, and about 7 million, so that even Sadat, in his May 8 speech, expressed his fears that they wanted their government to be worried. ! Something like a “second” Christian Lebanon in Egypt.


All the Arab countries of the eastern part of Israel are disrupted, bankrupt and even more confused with the civil war in the West. Syria is not fundamentally different from Lebanon, except that it has a strong military regime that governs. But the real civil war that is currently taking place between the majority of Sunni and Alawite Shiites (only 12% of the population) is indicative of the severity of the domestic problem.


Once again, Iraq is no different from the nature of its neighbors, although the majority of the people are Shiites and the Sunni minority is ruling. Sixty five percent of the population does not have any policy interference, while they hold a 20% elite. In addition, there is a vast minority in the north, and if it was not due to the power of the ruling regime, the army and oil revenues, the future of the Iraqi government was no different from the past of Lebanon and Syria today. Today, the seeds of civil war and internal disputes are now apparent, especially after Khomeini’s rise and his arrival in Iran, the leadership that the Shiites see in Iraq as their natural leader.


All the Gulf and Saudi Arabian emperors have been made on sandy houses that only have oil. In Kuwait, Kuwaitis make up only three quarters of the population. In Bahrain, the Shiites form the majority but are deprived of power. In the United Arab Emirates, once again, Shiites form the majority, but Sunnis are in power. Similarly, in the case of Oman and northern Yemen, it is true. There is also a significant Shiite minority in Marxist / Socialist Yemen. In Saudi Arabia, half of the foreign population is Egyptian and Yemeni, but the Saudi minority has power.


Jordan is in fact a Palestinian state governed by a Trans-Jordanian primitive minority, but most of the army and certainly is now a Palestinian bureaucracy. In fact, Oman is as much a Palestinian as Nablus. Relatively all of these countries have a powerful army. But there is also a problem there! The Syrian army today is mostly Sunni with the Alawite officers; and the Shiite Iraqi army is with Sunni commanders. This is very important in the long run, and therefore it is not possible to maintain the loyalty of the military for a long time; except where the necessity of life for one of them would be achieved by the only common denominator: “hostility to Israel”, which even today Not enough.


Alongside the Arabs, as they are dispersed, other Muslim countries share a similar situation. Half of the Iranian population includes the Persian language group and the other half of the Turkic ethnic group. The Turkish population includes the majority Muslim Sunni Turks, about 50%, and two large minorities, 12 million Alawite Shiite Muslims and 6 million Sunni Shiites. There are 5 million Shiites in Afghanistan, one third of the population. In Pakistan, there are 15 million Shiites in Sunnis that spoil the country.


This image of the ethnic minority spreading from Morocco to India and from Somalia to Turkey points to the rapid instability and degeneration of the entire region. When this image is added to the economic type of problems, we see how the whole region, such as a building made of cardboard (cardboard house), is not able to withstand its severe problems.


There are several wealthy groups and huge masses of poor people in this great and deserted world. Many Arabs have an average annual salary of $ 300. This situation exists in Egypt, and many other Western countries, except Libya and Iraq. Lebanon is fragmented and its economy is falling, in the absence of any central power, but in fact, there are five truly independent regions (Christians in the north, with the support of Syria and under the rule of the tribe of Franjieh , in the east of the region Under the direct control of Syria, the center is under the siege of the Phalangist clans , in the south, up to the top of the Licani River, the Palestinian Authority ( PLO ), and the Haddad Christian government and half a million Muslim Shia Muslims). Syria is even in a heavier position, not even with the help it will receive in the future after uniting with Libya, to cope with the underlying problems and the maintenance of the wider army. Egypt is in the worst position because: millions are on the verge of hunger, half of the workforce is unemployed, and housing in this vast populated area is scarce. Apart from the army, there is no department that produces revenue and work, and the government is in a state of permanent bankruptcy, and is fully dependent on US foreign aid that has been guaranteed since the peace treaty. 6


In the Gulf countries, Saudi Arabia, Libya and Egypt, there is the largest accumulation of money and oil in the world, but those who enjoy it are elite elites who lack a massive popular base and support and are not confident, something Which no army guarantees. 7. The Saudi Army can not defend its regime against all of its internal or external dangers, and what happened in Mecca in 1980 is just one example. Now besetting and challenging a bleak and very stormy Israeli situation, there are problems and risks. But for the first time since 1967, for far-reaching opportunities, there are also chances to get the opportunities lost in the eighties to a degree and in a way that we can not even imagine today to be affordable. Became


The policy of “peace” and the return of the regions, through dependence on America, will prevent us from realizing the newly created options for us. Since 1967, all Israeli governments have neutralized our national goals with narrow-minded political needs, on the one hand, and on the other hand, with destructive ideas in the home, and have not tied our capacity to both our home and abroad with our interests on both sides. Some examples are the failure to take steps towards the Arabs in the new territories acquired during this period, from the war inflicted on us, as well as on the great mistakes of strategists committed by Israel on the morning of tomorrow after the six-day war. If we had given Jordan the Palestinians who lived in the west of the Jordan, we could save ourselves from all the dangerous and bitter conflicts since then. By doing so, we could have neutralized the Palestinian problem that we are facing today. We have found solutions that are not really and no solution at all. Like territorial compromise or autonomy / autonomy, which is the same, in fact, is one thing. 8 Today, we are suddenly fully equipped with many opportunities to change, and there are things that we have to do in the next decade, otherwise we can not survive as a state / state.


In this ten-eighty period, the Israeli government must take steps through the far-reaching changes in the country’s economic and political system, along with fundamental changes in its foreign policy, in order to stand up to the regional and global challenges of this new era. The loss of Suez Canal’s oil fields, which has a huge potential for oil, gas and other natural resources in the Sahara, is similar in earthly resemblance to oil-producing countries in the region, leading to the dismantling of energy in the near future and the collapse of our domestic economy. To be Currently, one fourth of GDP and one third of our budget are used to buy oil. 9 Looking for raw materials on the shore in the near future will not replace government service affairs.


(Capturing again) the Sinai desert with its existing and potential resources is therefore a political priority that has been closed by Camp David and peace agreements. Its guilt lies with the current state of Israel and the alignment of governments that have paved the way for a compromise policy since 1967. After returning to Sinai, the Egyptian people did not need to keep the peace treaty, and they are doing everything to return to the Arab world and the Soviet Union in order to gain military assistance and support. America’s aid is only guaranteed for a short time and for peace, and the weakening of the United States both inside and outside the country reduces their assistance. Without oil and the proceeds from it, at a very high cost, we will not be able to surpass under the present conditions from 1982, and in order to return to the situation in the Sinai desert prior to Sadat’s travel and sign the wrong peace deal with him in March 1979 Act 10

Israel has two major ways to achieve this goal! One direct and one indirect. The direct objective of the regime and the state in Israel is less realistic, and because of the wisdom of Sadat, which after the war, 1973, we got out of Sinai, whose great achievement had come from power. Israel does not unilaterally treat the treaty either today or not in 1982! Unless it is tied up economically and politically, and Egypt will provide Israel with an excuse to return to Sinai for the fourth time in its short history for the fourth time. So what remains is indirect action. Egypt’s economic situation, the nature of the regime and its Pan-Arab policy, after April 1982, created the conditions for Israel to take direct or indirect action to regain control over Sinai as a strategic, economic and energy-saving region for the long term. To be Egypt is not a military strategic problem due to its internal conflicts, and it can be turned back into a post-war situation in one day, not more.


The legend of Egypt as the powerful leader of the Arab world was destroyed in the past in 1956 and definitely not alive in 1967, but our policy of returning to the Sinai desert served the conversion of myth to the “truth.” In fact, however, Egypt’s power over Israel alone has been around 50 percent since 1967, the rest of the Arab world. Egypt is no longer the leader of the political power of the Arab world and is economically on the verge of a crisis. Without external assistance, tomorrow crisis will come to Egypt.12 In the short term, due to the return of the Sinai Desert, it will gain several benefits to us, but in the short term until 1982, the balance of power does not change in its favor, And will probably lead to the collapse of Egypt. Egypt, in its current domestic political image, is now dead; if we take into account the growing gap between Muslims and Christians. Splitting the land of Egypt into distinct geographic areas has been the political goal of Israel in the 1980s on its western front.


It may be said that Egypt has been divided and has turned into many dismantled centers of authority / power. If Egypt collapses, countries like Libya, Sudan or even the far-away countries can not continue to exist in their current form, and will come to the collapse and collapse of Egypt. The vision of a Coptic Christian government on top of Egypt along with a number of weak states with local power and without a centralized / centralized government to this day is the key to historical development that has only been pushed back by a peace agreement, but it seems to be avoided in the long run. 13


The western front, which seems to be more difficult to look at, is, in fact, less complicated than the Eastern Front, most of which is happening recently, and news headlines. The complete dissolution of Lebanon into five provinces is an example for the whole of the Arab world, including Egypt, Syria, Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula, which is currently pursuing that path. The breakdown of Syria and then Iraq into unique ethnic or religious areas like Lebanon is Israel’s main objective on the Eastern Front in the long term, while the dissolution of their military power serves the main purpose in the short term. Syria, according to its ethnic and religious structures, will fall into several countries like Lebanon today, as an Alawite Shiite government along its shores, a Sunni state in the Aleppo region, another Sunni government in Damascus, which is the enemy of its northern neighbor And even in the midst of Druze, which may be a state, it’s like ours in Golan, and it certainly will create it in Hauran and northern Jordan. This will guarantee the peace and security of the region in the long run, and that today’s goal is now available to us14.


Iraq, which, on the one hand, is rich in oil and on the other hand in terms of its domestic situation, is guaranteed as a candidate for Israel’s purposes. The dissolution of Iraq is even more important to us than Syria. Iraq is stronger than Syria. In the short term, this power is Iraq, which is the greatest threat to Israel. A war between Iraq and Iran can split Iraq inside and fall apart even before it is able to organize a massive campaign against us. Any kind of internal conflict between the Arabs will help us in the short term and will shorten the path to the most important goal of breaking Iraq into sects such as Syria and Lebanon. The division of Iraq into the provinces is possible along ethnic / religious lines such as Syria during the Ottoman period. Therefore, there will be three (or four) provinces around three major cities: Basra, Baghdad and Mosul, and Shiite areas in the south, Sunnis and Kurds will separate from the north. It is possible that the current confrontation between Iran and Iraq will deepen this polarization


The whole Arabian Peninsula is a natural candidate for dissolution due to internal and external pressures, and this issue is inevitable in Saudi Arabia, in particular. Regardless of whether its economic strength remains intact on the basis of oil, or if it is reduced in the long run, internal gaps and weaknesses are transparent and natural development, given the existing political structure.


Jordan is an immediate strategic goal in the short term, not in the long run. For a long time after the dissolution of Jordan and the end of the long rule of Hussein and the transfer of power to the Palestinians is not considered a real threat.


There is no chance of continuing the current Jordanian structure for a long time, and Israel’s policy, both in war and peace, must be mindful of the current dissolution of the Jordanian regime and the transfer of power to the Palestinian majority. Changing the regime in the east of the river also ends the issue of the populous Arab lands of the West Jordan. Whether in war or under peaceful conditions, land migration and the economic freezing of the population are guaranteed for future changes on both banks of the river (Jordan-M), and we must be active in order to accelerate this trend for the near future. . The autonomy / independence plan for them, as well as any compromise or division of land, should be rejected. According to the plans of the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and those related to the Israeli Arabs themselves, the September 1980 plan of the Shefa ‘ amr ), in the current situation, it is not possible to separate the two peoples – the country, the Arabs into Jordan and the Jews into the western regions of the river that live in this country. True coexistence and peace only govern the land when the Arabs realize that they are neither safe nor non-Jewish without Jewish / Jewish rule. Having a country and security for them is only possible in Jordan. 17


In Israel, the distinction between the occupied territories of 67 and the occupied territories before that, of the kind of the 48 years, has always been meaningless for the Arabs, and today it has no meaning for us. The problem should be seen in its entirety without any part of the 67s. This must be clarified, that under any political or military circle, the solution to the problem of the Arab-Arabs will only arise when it recognizes the existence of Israel on the safe frontiers of the Jordan River and beyond. Because the need for our existence in this difficult age is the existence of a nuclear age that we must soon enter. This is no longer possible with three quarters of the Jewish population living on a dense coastline that is very dangerous in the nuclear age.


So, the dispersion of the target population is at the highest strategic level, otherwise, we can not exist within any of the boundaries and we have to end our presence within the borders. Judea , Samaria , and Galilee are the only guarantors of our national identity. And if we do not get the majority in mountainous regions, we can not rule the country and become like the participants in the Crusades, which they were foreign to begin with, they lost that country, which was not theirs. Demographic, strategic and economic balance of the country is the highest and most important goal today. Maintaining the mountainous basin from Beersheba to the top of the Galilee is a national goal, which is the result of an important strategic review, making the mountains part of the country, which today is empty of Jews.


The realization of our goals on the Eastern Front depends primarily on the realization of this domestic strategic goal. The transformation of the economic and political structure, so that we can achieve these strategic goals, is the key to achieving the whole of change. We need to shift the centralized economy, which the government has become extensively involved with, into the free market, as well as the dependence on American taxpayers, and with our hands, develop real-life economic infrastructure. If we can not make such changes voluntarily and free of charge, we will face increasing global isolation, especially in the fields of economics, energy and politics.




From a military and strategic point of view, the US-led West is not capable of confronting and global pressure against the Soviet Union all over the world. And so, in the eighties, Israel must stand alone alone, without any foreign, military or economic assistance, and today it is without compromise. 20 The rapid changes in the world have also brought about changes in the conditions of the world of Judaism It will be that Israel will not only be the last resort but also the only option available. We can not assume that the Jews of America, and the countries of Europe and Latin America, will continue to exist in the present form in the future21.


Our existence in this country is itself a reality, and there is no force that can take us here by force or treachery (in the style and method of Sadat). In spite of the wrong policy of “peace” and the problem of the Arabs of Israel and the inhabitants of other lands, we can effectively deal with these problems in the foreseeable future.



In order to understand the significant capabilities and realization of the Zionist plan for the Middle East, three important points should be clarified and why this plan should be published.


Military history of the plot

The military situation of this map is not mentioned above, but in many cases, something similar to that described in the secret meetings with members of the Israeli facility, it is clear, and it is believed that the Israeli military forces, with all their branches Is not enough to carry out the actual occupation of such vast territories as discussed above. Indeed, even during the period of massive Palestinian unrest in the West Bank, the forces of the Israeli army have expanded too much. The response to those regimes is according to the Haddad forces or village associations (known as “village leagues”)! Local forces are under “leaders” that are completely isolated from society, which do not even have any feudal or party structure (like the phalangists). “The government” proposed by Yynvn ( Yinon ), “Haddad soil” and “rural communities”, are without Shk, armed forces, they will be quite similar. In addition, the military superiority of Israel in such a situation is even much larger now than any other insurgent movement in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with mass humiliation, or with the bombardment and destruction of cities, as in Lebanon (June 1982), or with both “Punishment”. In order to assure this plan, and as described verbally, it is necessary to establish an Israeli barracks equipped with destructive forces of fluid in important places between small countries. In fact, we have seen something like that in Haddad, and almost soon we will see the first such system and performance in southern Lebanon or throughout Lebanon.


It is quite clear that the high military assumptions, as well as the whole plan, are even more dependent on the continued Arab contempt and the lack of a truly progressive mass movement among them. It is possible that those two conditions will only be eliminated when the plan has progressed with unpredictable consequences.


Why is it necessary to publish this article in Israel?

The reason is the dual nature of the Jewish-Israeli community! The greatest degree of freedom and democracy, especially for the Jews, is the combination of racism and racism. In such a situation, the Jewish-Israeli elites (the masses with television and the beginning of the speech) must be convinced. The first step in the way of convincing, as mentioned above, is lecture / oral, but when it comes to unpleasantness. For the interests of “persuaded” and “stupid” illustrators, they should be written down (for example, officers with a moderate position, which are usually considerably stupid), and then they are more or less ” Learn “, and preach to others. It should be noted that Israel, and even Yishuv since the twenties, has always acted like this. I remember myself well how (before to be “in the opposition”) the necessity of war was described to me and others one year before the 1956 war, and in the years 1965-67 the need to overcome “the rest of the West Palestine when we This opportunity “has been described.


Why is it thought that there is no particular danger from the outside of such plans?

As long as the principled opposition to Israel is very weak (a situation that may change as a result of the war on Lebanon), such risks could come from two sources: the Arab world, including the Palestinians and the United States. The Arab world has shown itself to be completely incapable of accurately analyzing the Jewish-Israeli community, and the Palestinians on average are not better than the rest of the Arab world. In such a situation, even those who cry out about the dangers of Israeli expansionism (which are real enough), not because of accurate and real knowledge, but because they believe in the myth. A good example: a firm belief in false writings on the walls of the synagogue ( Knesset ) Bible verses on the Nile river ( Nile ) and Euphrates ( Euphrates ) is. Another persistent example, the completely false statements made by some of the most important Arab leaders, is that the two blue stripes of the Israeli flag symbolize the rivers of the Neil and the Euphrates, while in fact these stripes are from Talit ) The prayer of the Jews is taken. Israeli experts imagine that, in general, the Arabs do not pay close attention to the serious discussions of the future, and the Lebanese war has proved it. So why should not they continue with their old ways to persuade other Israelis?


At least until now, there is a very similar situation in the United States. The commentators are more or less rigorous about their own intelligence about Israel, and many of their ideas on this subject come from two sources. The first is the source of the American “liberal” press articles, which are almost entirely written by admirers of Israel, who, even if they criticize some aspects of the state of Israel, act loyally; what Stalin calls “constructive criticism.” Indeed, those who claim to be “anti-Stalinist” among them are in fact more Stalinist than Stalin, and Israel is their god, which has not yet been defeated). In the context of such sectarian criticism, it should be assumed that Israel always has a “good intentions” and only “mistakes”, and therefore such plans will not be the subject of dialogue – just as the genocide committed by the Jews, but according to the Bible has not been stated. Another source, the Jerusalem Post , has similar policies. So, as long as there is such a situation that Israel is really a “closed society” than the rest of the world, and because the world wants to close its eyes on it, the publication and even the realization of such a realistic and possible plan is possible.

Israel is Shahak

June 17, 1982


About Translator

Israel’s Shahak is a professor of organic chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and chairman of the Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights. He published the articles of Shahak, the important articles of the Hebrew press, numerous articles and non-Jewish books in the Jewish state. His most recent book is Israel’s Global Role: A Weapon for Suppression, published in August 1982. Israel Shahak: (1933-2001)



1 American University staff. Report No. 33, 1979. According to the study, the world’s population will reach 6 billion in 2000. The world’s population today can be as follows: China, 958 million; India; 635 million; the Soviet Union; 261 million; America; 218 million; Indonesia; 140 million; Brazil and Japan each 110 million. According to UN Population Fund figures for 1980, in the year 2000 there will be 50 cities with a population of more than 5 million. The third world population will be 80% of the world’s population. According to Justin Blackwelder , head of the US Bureau of Statistics, the world’s population will not reach 6 billion because of hunger.

2 Soviet nuclear policy by two American Soviet experts: Joseph D. Douglas ( Joseph D. Douglas ), and the Amvryta. Amoretta M. Hoeber is summarized. Soviet strategy for nuclear warfare, (Stanford, CA, release Hover, 1979). In the Soviet Union, dozens and hundreds of articles and books are published every year that describe the details of the Soviet doctrine for a nuclear war, and a large number of documents by the US Air Force, including the American Air Force, have been translated into English: Marxist Leninist, War and Army; Soviet Viewpoint, Moscow, 1972; Soviet Air Force, by Marshall Grechko , Moscow, 1975. The basic Soviet approach to this subject was presented in the book by Marshal Sokolovsky , published in Moscow in 1962: Marshal and. D Sokolovsky, Military Army Strategy, Doctrine and Concepts, and Shurvy (New York, Perry, 1963).

3 The image of Soviet intentions in different parts of the world can be found in Douglas and Heuer’s book, ibid. For more information, see: Michael Morgan’s book, “Minerals of the Soviet Union as a strategic weapon in the future”, Defense and Foreign Affairs, Washington, DC. Th, December 1979.

4 Sergey Gorshkov , Navy and State Power, London, 1979. Morgan, Locke ( loc ). Cit ( cit ). General George S. Brown ( George S. Brown ), (Air America) Si JC As, America addressed to Congress on the defensive for the financial year 1979, p. 103; the National Security Council; the review of inhomogeneous fuel policy; (Washington, DC 1979); Drew Middleton ; New York Times; (19/9/99); Time, 21/9/1980.

5 “The End of the Ottoman Empire” by Elie Kedourie , Contemporary History Magazine, Third Session , No. 4, 1968.

6 Al-Thorah, Syria, 20/12/1979, Al-Ahram, 30/12/1979, Al-Ata, Syria, 6/5/1979. Fifty-five percent of Arabs are 20 or younger, 70 percent of Arabs live in Africa, 55 percent of the Arabs are under 15, and 33 percent live in urban areas. Odid Yinon, “The Problem of the Egyptian Population”, Jerusalem Quarterly, No. 15, Spring 1980.

7 “The rich and poor Arabs,” ah. Kanoski, Jerusalem Quarterly, No. 1, Autumn 1976, Al-Baath, Syria, 6/5/1979.

8 Isaac Rabin, the former prime minister (Israel-M), in his book, said that since June 1967, the Israeli government, for its two reasons, has called for the future of the territories (Occupied Territories) and its conflicting position since its establishment and the background to resolution 242 (United Nations), and certainly twelve years later, due to Camp David’s agreement and a peace deal with Egypt, is actually responsible for the policy of the United States in the Middle East. According to Robin, on June 19, 1967, President George W. Johnson sent a letter to the prime minister of that time, Israel, saying that he did not mention anything about leaving the new territories (occupied), but that same day the land government In return for peace. After the Arab resolutions in Khartoum (1919/19/1967), the government changed its position, but unlike its June 19 decision, it did not inform the United States of its change of position, and the United States supported United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 – M.) continued on the basis of his previous understanding that Israel was ready to return the territories (Occupied Territories). At that moment, it was too late to change the position of the United States and Israel’s policy. From here, the road to peace accords was opened on the basis of resolution 242, as well as Camp David’s agreement. See Isaac Robin, Pinkas Sheerot, (1979), pp. 226-227.

9 Professor Moshe Orlandz, chairman of the Foreign Defense and Defense Committee, argued in an interview with (Mawariyou, 10/3/1980) that the Israeli government was unsuccessful in undertaking an economic plan before Camp David’s agreement and was surprised at the cost of the agreement, although During the talks, there was a huge price and a serious mistake in not preparing an economic context for peace. The former Treasury secretary, Yigal Holwitz, stated that if Israel were not to leave the oil fields, it could have had a positive balance (1980/97). The same person had said two years earlier that the Israeli government had put a cord around its neck. He noted Camp David’s agreement (Haaretz, 11/11/1978). During the entire peace talks, neither a specialist nor a financial adviser was interviewed, and the prime minister himself lacking knowledge and expertise in the economy, in an error / mistake, asked the United States for a loan instead of a financial contribution, to his willingness To our respect and respect for America, keep us in touch with us. (See Haaretz 5/1/1979). Jerusalem Post 7/9/1979. Professor Asf Razin, former advisor to the Treasury Department, strongly criticized the talks; Haaretz, 5/5/1979. May 7/9/1978. For the oil-related issues and the Israeli energy crisis, refer to Ethan Eisenberg, Government Consultant on this issue, Weekly Report, December 12, 1978. Wazir Energy, who personally signed the Camp David Campus and Sdeh Alma , has since emphasized our serious condition from the point of view of oil supply … See Yediot Ahronot , 20 / 7/1979. Even Modai, the energy minister, acknowledged that the government had not consulted with him on all oil issues during the Camp David talks and the Blair House reception . Haaretz, 22/8/1979.

10 Many sources report on the growth of arms spending and the priority of military purposes in Egypt during peacetime, in response to domestic needs, which have been said to be peaceful. Interview with Prime Minister Mamdouh Salam in the 18/12/1979 interview of the Treasury Secretary Abed Sayyid on 25/7/1978 and the Al-Akhbar newspaper of 2/12/1978, which clearly emphasizes the military budget that, despite peace, the first Priority is. This is what Prime Minister Mustafa Khalil has announced in his plan of cabinet program that he has been presented to the parliament. 25/11/1978. See the English translation of it in ICA, FBIS , November 27, 1978, pages 1 through 10. According to these sources, Egypt’s budget increased by ten percent between fiscal 1977 and 1978, and this trend is still ongoing. A Saudi source revealed that Egypt plans to increase its military budget by 100% over the next two years, Haaretz, 2/29/97 and Jerusalem Post, 14/1/1979.

11 Many economists estimate that Egypt’s ability to rebuild its economy until 1982 is skeptical. See Economic Information Unit, Supplement 1978, Egyptian Arab Republic, Ayat Kanovsky, “Recent Economic Incentives in the Middle East”, Casual / Letter Newspapers, Shiloah Institute , June 1977, Kanovsky; “The Economy of Egypt From the middle of the sixties, the Department of the Macro “, sometimes letters, June 1978; Robert McNamara, World Bank president, as reported in Time, London, 24/1/1978.

12 See comparative research for the Institute for Strategic Studies in London, and research at the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Tel Aviv, as well as a British scholar, Dennis Chaplin, Military Review, November 1979, ISS: Military Balance 1979-1980, C SS, security arrangements in Sinai … by General Typ (retired), A. Shalay, No. 3/03 CBS; Military balance and military options after the peace agreement with Egypt, by General Typ (retired), WA. Raviou, No. 4, December 1978, and numerous news reports, including Al-Hawdah, London, 7/3/1980; Al-Watan al-Arabi, Paris, 14/12/1979.

13 In connection with the Egyptian chaos in Egypt between the Copts and the Muslims, see the collection of articles published in the Kuwait newspaper, Al-Qubes, 15/89/1980. Report on the gap between Muslims and Copts, English writer Irene Bayson, Guardian, London, 1980, 24, 6, and Desmond Stewart, Middle East International, London, 6/6/1980. For other reports, see Pimilas It Smith, Guardian, London, December 24, 1979; Christian Science Monitor, December 27, 1979; and also Al-Dustour, London, December 15, 1979; Alfah Al-Arabi, December 15, 1979.

14 Arabic Service Newspaper, Beirut, 6-13 / 8/1980. The New Republic, 16/8/1980, Deer Spiegel, referred to by Haaretz, dated 21/3/1980, and 30/4/1980 and 5/5/1980; Economist, 22/3/1980; Robert Fisk, Times, London, July 26, 1980; Elizourt Jones, Sunday Times, July 30, 1980.

15 Jp Pearson Hills, Le Monde, Paris, 28/4/1980; Dr. Abbas Keyr, Middle East Review and Review, Summer 1979; Review of Conflict, ISS, July 1975; Andreas Koolschitter, Deerzitt, (Haaretz, 21/9/1979) Foreign Economy, 1979/10/10, Asia-Africa Affairs, London, July 1979.

16 “The Problems of the Rich Arab Countries”, Arnold Huttinger, Review and Review of the New York Book, 15/5/1980; Arabic Service Newspaper, Beirut, 25/6/1980 and 7/29/1980; American News and World Report, 5/11 / 1979; as well as Al-Ahram, 9/1/1979; Al-Wahr Al-Arabi Voldulli, Paris, 7/9/1979; David Haham, Monthly Review, IMF, January and February 1979.

17 For Jordan’s policies and problems, see Al-Wahir Al-Arabi Voldulī, 4/4/1979, 7/27/1979; Prof. Eli Kiduri, Ma’ariyou, 8/6/1979; Al-Watan al-Arabi; 11/29/11; Al-Qubs, 19/11/19; 1979 For the position of the Palestinian Liberation Army, see: Resolution Fourth Congress of Fatah, Damascus, August 1980. The letter to the Israeli Arabs was published by Haaretz on 24/9/1980 and also by the Arab Press Release on 18/6/1980. For the correctness of the numbers and numbers of the Arab immigration to Jordan, see Amos Ben Vereed, Haaretz, Feb. 16, 1977; Joseph Zvieril, Maarif, January 12, 1980. See also the position of the PLO on Israel: Shalom Khaisit, Monthly Review, July 1980; Hani Al Hassan in an interview with Rabat al-Ku, Kuwait, 15/4/1980; Aiv Plasakov, “Palestinian Problems”, Survival, IA SS, London, January and February 1978; David Guttanen, “Myth / The Legend of Palestine”, Interpretation, October 1975; Bernard Lewis, “Palestine and the Palestine Liberation Organization”, Interpretation January 1975; Sabb Mon, Beirut, 18-21 / 8 / 1980 Palestine Studies Journal, Winter 1980 .

18 Professor Yuval Niemann, Samarra – “The basis of Israeli security”, Ma’arah Kot, pp. 272-173, May / June 1980; Yakov Yazdai, “Peace, Method and Right to Know”, Judge of Hashava, 23/2/1980. Ehayoun Yarī, “The Depth of Strategic-Israeli Perspective,” Ma’arahkot, pp. 270-271, October 1979; Isaac Rabin, “The Israeli Defense Problems in the Eighties,” October 1979.

19th Ezra Zuhar, on the tent of the regime (Chicheno, 1974); Mati Heinrich, are we having a chance, Israel, the truth against the legend (Rashafim, 1981).

20 “Lessons from the Past,” Henry Kissinger, Review of Washington, Volume 1, January 1978; OPEC’s Challenges Against the West; Arthur Ross; Washington Quarterly; Winter 1980; “Oil and the Decline of the West”; Walter Louis, State, The summer of 1980; a special report – “Is our military power ready or not?” US News and Universal Report 10/10/1977; “Reflections on Existing Danger”, Stanley Hoffman, New York Review, July 6, 1980. The Times of 4/4/1980; The Salt Flutter; Lipold Lovidis; September 1979; The Risk of Existing; Norman Pudurortz; Commentary, March 1980; “The Oil and Power of the United States Six Years Later”; Robert Tucker, Interpretation of September 1979; Building Israel “, Norman Pudurortz, Interpretation of July 1979;” Misinterpretation of the Middle East, “Eli Kidouri, Interpretation of July 1979.

21 According to statistics released by Jacob Caroz, Idiouwat Ehrnot, dated 17/10/1980, the total number of anti-Semitic incidents recorded in the world in 1979 was double the amount recorded in 1978. The anti-Jewish events in Germany, France, and the United Kingdom were several times larger than in 1978. In the United States, there has also been a sharp increase in Jewish outbreaks reported in the paper. For new information, see book / article l. Thalmen, New Anti-Semitism, New Republic, December 18, 1976; “Poisoned Wells”, Barabra Tachman, Newsweek, 2/3/1975.


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