In a very peculiar incident which leads us to question the official narrative, ISIS issued apologies for attacking IDF (Israel Defense Forces) soldiers. The thing is, when you bomb an enemy you never apologize, right? You only do it when you bomb an ally.
And with ISIS issuing apologies after attacking by mistake IDF soldiers, one would be inclined to believe that Israel is ISIS’ best friend and ally, right?
The thing is, ISIS terrorists seem to be enjoying some sort of a tacit alliance with IDF in Syria. Okay, one may argue this is an alliance of convenience and neither party is very happy about it. However, Israel’s alliance with the Islamic State is very similar to the the ones they enjoy with other Muslim countries, the likes of Saudi Arabia, Egypt or the Gulf States.
Times of Israel admits that the Islamic State, world’s quintessential evil empire and the biggest terrorist organization in history has issued apologies to Israel for attacking its soldiers by mistake on at least one occasion. The attack occurred in the Israeli occupied Golan Heights in Palestine.
Another thing to contemplate is that ISIS was reportedly attacking and killing almost every ethnicity/religion in the Middle East, but there have been virtually zero documented attacks on Israel/its citizens by the Islamic State. That’s kind of weird to say the least.
Israel’s former Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon was quoted as saying (presumably a Freudian slip) by the Times of Israel in a Saturday interview that the IDF currently has an open communications channel with ISIS operatives in Golan Heights:
“There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,”
said Moshe Ya’alon but he declined to elaborate on the issue when he was asked by the reporter to expand on his highly controversial claim. The IDF also declined any comment on the matter, but that’s quite understandable, as any such communication (with terrorists) is illegal under Israeli law. Except, of course, if Israel doesn’t consider ISIS as a terrorist organization.
However, Israel is well known for its airstrikes on the Assad regime in Syria (a country which fights ISIS and other jihadists tooth and nail) under the pretext of preventing weapons transfers to Hezbollah which is considered a terrorist organization by Tel Aviv. Strangely enough, Israel doesn’t seem to provide the same courtesy to ISIS. Assad has said recently about Israel’s policy of helping ISIS terrorizing Syria as being, let me quote:
“You can assume that these terrorists are fighting for Israel. If they aren’t part of the regular Israeli army, they’re fighting for Israel. Israel has common goals with Turkey, the United States, France, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries. Israel is working on helping these terrorists wherever the Syrian army is advancing. It attacks in one form or another to provide them with assistance, and to stop the Syrian army’s momentum in the face of the terrorists,”
And judging from Ya’alon’s recent comments, the Syrian president is spot on.