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Sunday, May 01, 2016

Lebanese political analyst speaks the truth about Aleppo

Lebanese political analyst Nadim Koteich has spoken the truth about Aleppo: Its residents would be better off living under Israeli annexation like residents of the Golan Heights rather than living under the ruins of Assad's bombardment of Aleppo.
In a comment he wrote on his Twitter page, Koteich expressed dismay over the absence of an Israeli move to annex Aleppo.

"If Israel would have annexed Aleppo, it would have been safe today, like the Golan. Aleppo's citizens would have been better off living under occupation than living under ruins," Koteich wrote.

Israel took the Golan Heights during the 1967 Six Day War, and in 1981 extended Israeli law to the region, thereby de facto annexing it.

Koteich's comment came shortly after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Israel would never renounce the Golan, infuriating Syrian politicians. Thus, many Syrian social media activists began wrangling with Koteich for voicing pro-Israel opinion.

A Twitter user affiliated with the Syrian opposition said: "the carnage in Aleppo increases our hatred for Zionists, because without Israel, Assad would have gone."
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Koteich anchors DNA, a daily show broadcast on the Lebanese Future Television Network. On his show, he tends to criticize Iran and its involvement in Lebanon, calling Lebanon "a mafia state" controlled by Hezbollah.

The northern Syrian city of Aleppo has been witnessing endless bombardments by the Syrian air force in the last week, in a bid to oust rebel factions from the city's outskirts. Since the city was excluded from the truce forged by the American administration and Russia on Friday, airstrikes continue hitting the city, causing hundreds of civilian causalities.
All of Syria would have been better off annexed to Israel. But it's too late for that now. 

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At 9:30 AM, Blogger 2senseplain said...

It might have benefited them but it certainly wouldn't benefit us to take on the endless black hole of caring for a clueless, ignorant and starving (the crop failures and climatic conditions drove a certain amount of the unrest) and hostile gigantic population that would simply pocket the help as coming to them while hating us and doing their best to destroy us. If someday the Syrian or Lebanese ask for specific advice or help so they can eventually do for themselves is one thing. This would be horrific. They're adults and their not Jews that we are responsible for their well-being beyond normal humanitarian obligations.


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