Israel Defence Forces planning for confrontation with Egypt


ed note–please remember as you read this that it has been Israel intention from the beginning to absorb the Sinai into greater Israel, as outlined in the Jews’ own ‘holy’ book, the Old Testament–

…On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying “To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates”…Genesis, 15:18

God spoke unto us saying, ‘Go to the hill-country and all the places nigh thereunto… in the Arabah, the hill-country and in the Lowland… in the South and by the sea-shore, the land of the Canaanites, and Lebanon, as far as the great river, the river Euphrates…Go in therefore and possess the land which the Lord swore unto your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, unto them and to their seed after them… Deuteronomy 1:6–8

Every place whereon the sole of your foot shall tread shall be yours, from the wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river Euphrates, even unto the hinder sea shall be your border…Deuteronomy 11:24

…From the wilderness, and this Lebanon, even unto the great river, the Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and unto the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your border…Joshua 1:4

Israel Today newspaper has prepared a special report on the Arab armies in the Middle East; its title is telling; “Long Arm in the Region” is a reference to the Israel Defence Forces. It is claimed that the IDF is planning for a confrontation with Egypt.

The report has been prepared by the paper’s military editor, Yoav Limor and opens with the failures of the IDF in the 2006 Lebanon war. Limor notes that there is a new unit within the IDF which studies the armies of the Arab states through Israel’s military intelligence agency, Aman. This agency supplies information on the power centres in the region’s armies and their plans, as well as how to exhaust their capabilities even before a direct confrontation. In the event of war with any Arab state, the new unit is ready to present a detailed plan of attack, cutting off enemy supply routes and rendering it unable to retaliate against Israeli attacks. The IDF is supposed to be able to paralyse any Arab army within two days of the outbreak of hostilities.

Apparently, claims Israel Today, the unit was tested with Operation Pillar of Cloud/Defence against the Gaza Strip in November 2012, which followed the assassination of senior Hamas member Ahmed Al-Jaabari. The newspaper pointed out that Israel has a missile defence system which can down any aircraft flying hundreds of meters beyond its borders, in addition to smart missiles that can hit Hezbollah’s missiles in south Lebanon.

The paper added that in the event of a war with Egypt the Syrians would not be able to use Scud missiles to attack Israel on a second front because the IDF could destroy them on the ground before they have been deployed. Israel’s development of advanced tanks such as the Merkava 5 makes it more than capable of deterring any direct assault across the border. The air arm of the IDF can, notes the newspaper, transport large numbers of combat troops over long distances in the shortest possible time. It stressed that part of Israel’s strategy is to destroy enemy troops and armour before they have left their bases.

Looking at the statistics of the Egyptian armed forces, Israel Today reports that the army has 600,000 men in service at any one time, with 1 million reservists, 3,980 combat tanks and 2,760 artillery pieces. Egypt has also recently taken delivery of 20 F-18 fighter aircraft. The backbone of the Egyptian air force is made up of 220 Falcon F-16 fighters based at 17 airfields out of a total of 86 air force bases around the country. In addition, it has 40 advanced Mirage 2000 jets, 32 F-4 Phantom IIs, Mirage 5, C130 Hercules and 10 early-warning and control aircraft. The government in Cairo is looking to buy replacements for its aging MIG-21s and F-4s. America is keen to maintain Israel’s military edge in the region, claims Israel Today. That is why Washington has rejected Egyptian requests for F-15 interceptor aircraft. Egypt is, therefore, turning to Russia to buy SU-35s and MIG-29s.


  1. #1 by princess8cutter on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    “Did the jews have the legal or moral right to invade Arab Palestine, uproot its Arab citizens from their homes and seize all Arab property for themselves just based on the “religious” claim that their forefathers lived there thousands of years ago? Only a thousand years ago the Moors lived in Spain. Would this give the Moors of today the legal and moral right to invade the Iberian Peninsula, drive out its Spanish citizens, and then set up a new Moroccan nation… where Spain used to be, as the European jews have done to our Arab brothers and sisters in Palestine? In short the jewish argument to justify Israel’s present occupation of Arab Palestine has no intelligent or legal basis in history… not even in their own religion. Where is their Messiah?”

  2. #2 by Steven on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    The Jews are trying to get what is not theirs to have. If they try to get it by force it will be their un doing.

  3. #3 by Ingrid B on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    I`m not even sure if Egypt under the bought and paid for MB, is interested in defending that which is rightfully Egyptian.. I think this is “puffing out their chests” propaganda by the jew punks, aimed at Hezbollah..

    A few days ago, there were reports in the regional TV reports here, of a Norwegian woman, who, together with a male companion, (sometimes he was described as an Israeli citizen, sometimes as an Israeli/Arab citizen,) were kidnapped, in the Sinai, at gunpoint, in broad daylight, supposedly by Egyptian “Jihadi`s”, (their words, not mine,) .. I haven`t been able to follow up on it, so don`t know what happened.. will keep you posted if I hear anymore.. I just wonder if a message is being sent to the Norwegians..

  4. #4 by Blake on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    You cannot make “Israel” up its the laughing stock of sane rational folk. Its a mythological theme park albeit a sic and genocidal one.

  5. #5 by Jeff on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    The Arabs make it easy for the jews. They are not united, fight amongst themselves and are prime for the pickings. I have little faith they can ever defend themselves, as history has proven. The zionists control NATO; ’nuff said. I also doubt Russia or China will ever lift a finger.

    Show that Israel did 9-11, then we’ll have an excuse to nuke that terrorist entity.

  6. #6 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    Zionist bluffing. Even though the usurping entity known as ‘israel’ may have it’s tentacles deeply embedded into the body Politic of the U.S. it can only do what it does with assistance from this ever depleting and war weary regime. The people of the U.S. have more than stated their collective opposition to any further support of the parasite and megalomaniacal israeli regime; and this will finally come to blows in the form of civil unrest as the numbers of growing aware, armed and prepped & in many cases returning Veterans continues to grow exponentially. With so many already on Food Stamps, homeless and suffering the fallout of multiple tours on behalf of ‘israel’ they are none to keen on giving it any more energy. An all out world war can be avoided with enough non participation and general awareness. The Jewish ‘Media’ will set up even more fear based false flag events and the Banksters orchestrating this will turn off the money spigot or in the least restrict its flow to a drip; in the hopes the many already overtaxed, over burdened and overstressed amongst the general populace will come begging for a ‘fix’ like drug addled addict. Some may fall for it, but from the looks of it there will be much well organized and impenetrable unco-optable real resistance. Things will get tough, but in my humble opinion the general populace has had it with these endless and unnecessary wars which only benefit this small self appointed group working so feverishly for the Dark Side.

  7. #7 by Romans70AD on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    The whole world is not enough for these Jewish demons. The laughably named Muslim Brotherhood will most likely aid Israel with their ”Greater Israel” project. The MB are nothing more than traitors to Islam.

  8. #9 by Peter on 03/27/2013 - 9:34

    Personally, I think Abraham was on majic – shrooms. Peter

  9. #10 by princess8cutter on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    Did you notice how easy it was to remove corrupt officials?:

    It’s exciting to see the Egyptians struggling to remove their corrupt government officials, but it’s sad to see that as of 20 February 2011, all they are doing is creating vacancies in their government. Who will fill the vacancies? Removing corrupt officials doesn’t automatically make the nation better. In fact, it’s possible that somebody even worse will end up in control. Furthermore, it’s sad to hear the Egyptians dream about creating a democracy like that of America. The Egyptian people need a quick and intensive course in American politics! Apparently the Egyptians don’t realize that America is suffering from tremendous corruption, inefficiency, loneliness, and low morals. The Egyptians may have been suffering so much that they regard America as an incredible improvement over Egypt, but just because our nation is better than the Mubarak regime, that doesn’t mean they should mimic our Constitution.

    The Egyptian people should have the attitude that America’s founders had; specifically, they should look at other nations and try to learn from their mistakes and create and even better nation. They shouldn’t simply mimic what they see other people doing. The Egyptian people need to take a serious look at the American economy and notice that it is deteriorating. They should also notice the incredible corruption and abuse that is occurring in our banking and financial systems, and they should note that America has become so dominated by criminals that we are faking moon landings, allowing a small network of jews to get away with the 9/11 attack, and tolerating school books that are full of jewish propaganda about their Holy-hoax, Nazi-patsy’s, and Pisss/Shit-raël! We need to get information out to the Egyptian people to change their attitude. They should think of a nation the same way an engineer thinks of a refrigerator.

    They should analyze the existing nations and try to develop a better nation for themselves, which in turn would inspire other nations to overthrow their corrupt governments and create a better nation, also. The Egyptian people should be inspiring us, not mimicking us. A small minority of Egyptians overthrew their Neanderthal leader, Hosni Mubarak, and they also removed some other corrupt government officials, including top military officials. They didn’t appear to me to be a very organized group, and they didn’t seem to have much of an idea what they were doing, but they succeeded anyway. The reason they could succeed is that it’s very easy for a large group of people to eliminate a few corrupt government officials. The difficult aspect of a revolution is developing a better nation. Here are some issues to think about: Read on…

  10. #11 by WIDEAWAKE on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    It’s the jew world order, and everyone’s invited!

  11. #12 by WIDEAWAKE on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    P.S Sorry ed for my lame attempt at art with the last post. : )

  12. #13 by Steven on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    Hosni Mubarak does have that sloped back neanderthal forehead. It is even more extreme in the case of Shimon Peres. All Neanderthal leadership on earth has to go for the good of mankind. They are not fit to rule!

  13. #14 by wad on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    situation here is awful, many times worse. spies everywhere. us military spies

    Egyptians have not a clue.. about anything and are too stubborn to listen….

    Israeli’s cutting internet cables. something big is going to happen

  14. #15 by bob on 03/28/2013 - 9:34

    The Jews hope to bring “American style democracy” to all peoples so that everyone can be under Jewish rule… Even a corrupt or despotic nationalist government is far better for a people than a government sold out to an alien power. Nations can survive despots, corruption and even ineptitude, but they cannot long survive a traitorous government in the employ of an alien power. You need look no further than America for a prime example. It has been less than a half century since Jewish power rose to be the most powerful force in the US and less than 30 years since they attained complete power here and look what it has done to us. We were the worlds greatest creditor nation, had the worlds greatest manufucaturing base, we had a proud history and a bright future…..Today we are the world’s greatest debtor, we run the worlds largest trade deficit importing most of our consumer goods that are no longer produced here, our factories are being shut down and sent overseas, there are not enough jobs for our people as kids coming out of college cannot even earn enough money to move out of their parents home and start their own independent lives. We are a nation convinced that our best days are behind us and that the future for our children and grandchildren will involve ever lower standards of living and higher levels of poverty. We are told we cannot even afford to care for our sick or our retired people…

    Why? This nation has all of the natural wealth it possessed 40 years ago. Why are we suddenly experiencing a rapid decline in our fortunes? The answer is not complicated. It is a direct result of being ruled over by an alien power and having their system of usury imposed upon us. They have been bilking us for decades and now all of the “excess wealth” is gone and they are down to extracting that which we need just to provide for our people…

  15. #16 by michael mazur on 03/29/2013 - 9:34

    No one in the world ever believed that Lebanon was a risk to Israel, not in 1982, not in 1996, not in 2006 and not now that Israel is doing overflights with complete impunity as if to conduct yet another assault soon.

    No one believed the West Bank was a risk to Israel in 02.

    No one believed Gaza was a risk to Israel in either 08/09 or last November.

    No one believed that Egypt was a threat to Israel in 1956, 1967 or in 1973.

    So, after that retelling of Israel’s long history of overt psychosis never long enough in remission to be deemed cured, certainly, Mark Regev – Israeli spokesman, isn’t going to convince anyone of the justification of an assault on Egypt any better than his boss, PM Netanyahu, as both will, of necessity, flounder.

    Neither will succeed in convincing anyone if they say that they observed the Egyptian military and airforce in formations poised to attack, and so had to pre empt.

    Nor is either of them going to be able to resurrect any of the above conflicts from the past as examples where Egypt attacked Israel first because each time Israel attacked first.

    They had better recall that there was a significant vote in the UNGA on Palestinian Statehood following last November’s unprovoked purely criminal assault on Gaza with the result that 138 voted for, 41 abstained, 9 against.

    PM Netanyahu had not anticipated that the UNGA’s members would be expressing their disapproval of the assault in this way.

    We can be sure the proponents of Palestinian Statehood will parlay Israel’s monumental folly of attacking Egypt into still more votes from the abstainers especially, to make it glaringly obvious that Israel is hated still more by even more countries.

    That won’t be all, as the Palestinian Statehood vote will be paired with its obligatory twin, a condemnation of Israel’s attack on unoffending Egypt.

    As Egypt is a member of the Non Aligned Movement, the NAM will sit in emergency session to condemn outright the criminal assault by Israel on a member state.

    NAM is significant in that it comprises 120 member plus 17 observer nations, 2/3 of the UN membership, representing 55% of the world’s people, and a unanimous – it will be that, condemnation by that body will reinforce UNGA deliberations with the resultant condemnatory vote being larger and more confident of itself than otherwise.

    And let’s not forget that Iran has assumed the rotating Presidency for the next three years as of last August.

    Should Israel assault Egypt, for sure UN Sec Gen Ban Ki Moon will once again be addressing the NAM as he indeed did last August, and he cannot fail but address the Israeli assault on Egypt should Israel be so rash.

  16. #17 by bob on 03/29/2013 - 9:34

    Michael, everything you stated is certainly true, but do you really think the Israelis care? None of it will have the slightest effect upon Israeli expansion, policies, the amount of money flowing from the West into Israel or the unquestioning support of Israel by the Jewish controlled US government.

    The Israelis will of course cry and sream about any condemnations of themselves or votes in support of Palestinian rights claiming that all such actions are rooted in anti-semitism and hence invalid. What will change Israeli behavior? Well, essentially nothing short of being confronted with a power willing and capable of doing direct damage to the israelis themselves. This may eventually come from the collapse of their patrons in the West, a unified Muslim opposition which can bring an effective military/economic force to bear or perhaps from some other power which arises to dominate the region with an anti-Israeli agenda. But what will not change Israeli policies are declarations and speeches from the UNGA or any other forum which lacks any credible way to enforce their rulings.

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