IDF Reservist Officer Calls on Netanyahu to Dispatch Israeli Soldiers to End the Bloodshed in Aleppo


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‘We’re Prepared to Kill and Be Killed, to Stop the Massacre’

Alghemeiner

An IDF reservist officer published an impassioned Facebook post on Thursday calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to dispatch a detachment of Israeli soldiers to Syria to end the bloodshed in Aleppo.

“My dear brave brothers and sisters, our father, Abraham, fearlessly joined the war of the kings (Genesis, chapter 14),” Lt. Col. (res.) Erez Eshel — a 47-year-old education professional and right-wing political and social activist — wrote. “Isn’t it time that at least 1000 experienced and well trained officers in reserves come together — officers who command 30-100 soldiers each — and stand outside the government office of [the prime minister], as he sits with members of his cabinet this coming Sunday morning, and declare: ‘Mr. Prime Minister, we are prepared to go to war. Now. In Syria. We are prepared to kill and be killed, in order to stop the massacre of men, women, and children, which is happening as we speak.”

”Cruel people are committing brutal murder under the Assad regime,” Eshel continued. “Less than 80 years ago our grandfathers and grandmothers prayed and cried out for a nation that would be willing to risk its life in order to save them. They prayed for an army that would be brave and moral enough to fight, kill and be killed, in order to stop the Nazi oppressor. There was no such nation.”

Furthermore, he noted, “We have had the privilege to cultivate a strong generation and establish a powerful army, with brave warriors, who can overcome evil and wrongdoings.”

In conclusion, Eshel wrote, “Mr. Prime Minister, send us on a mission. We will arrive in Aleppo in three days and stop the destruction. And if you choose not to send us, give us your reasons. Tell us why. Reasons that are based on fear, weakness and national egotism are unacceptable. Brothers and sisters, is this not our duty?”

Since the conflict in Syria began in 2011, Israel has sought to remain neutral. However, the IDF has responded with pinpoint strikes to occasional cross-border fire — both errant and intentional — in the Golan Heights and has also reportedly targeted a number of Hezbollah-bound weapons convoys in Syria in recent years.

Just last week, as reported in The Algemeiner, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said the Jewish state was doing “what is necessary” to prevent Syria from funneling advanced military equipment and weapons of mass destruction to Hezbollah.

In remarks made at a meeting of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Lieberman stated that Israel had “no interest in intervening” in Syria, but its top concern was to “maintain public security and defend our sovereignty.”

“Our policies and positions are very clear, and they are based on three red lines: We will not allow any harm to come to the Israeli public, we will not allow anyone to undermine Israel’s sovereignty and we will not allow the smuggling of sophisticated weapons or chemical weapons from Syria to Lebanon and to Hezbollah,” Lieberman said.

As reported by The Algemeiner, thousands of Syrians wounded in the ongoing war in their country have been received medical treatment at Israeli hospitals.

On Thursday, Reuters reported that the evacuation of thousands of civilians and rebel fighters from Aleppo had gotten underway as part of a ceasefire agreement that would end the fighting in what was once Syria’s largest city. In recent weeks, nearly all of Aleppo has come under the control of the Russia and Iran-backed forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government and there have been widespread reports of human rights violations and atrocities taking place.

  1. #1 by huw jarse on 12/18/2016 - 1:02 pm

    Does anyone really believe this MOSSAD disinfo…………….its so much bullshit I can smell it on this side of the pond ! F**k those murdering shit eating yids. Russia, please do us all a favour.

  2. #2 by Frederick on 12/18/2016 - 1:41 pm

    LOL!!! Please Bibi, send them! How sweet it would be to see the IDF in Syria being slaughtered!!

    What is more joyous than dead IDF personnel and watching their comrades cry like little bitches over their deaths?

  3. #3 by mothman777 on 12/18/2016 - 3:42 pm

    “They prayed for an army that would be brave and moral enough to fight, kill and be killed, in order to stop the Nazi oppressor. There was no such nation.”

    So 60-70 million dead Gentiles lost in WWII which was planned by the Jews themselves are not enough even to be recognized by the Jews. Absolutely disgusting.

  4. #4 by James Benn on 12/18/2016 - 3:47 pm

    “We are prepared to kill and be killed, in order to stop the massacre…”

    Hyuk! Hyuk! Hyuk!

    Put me in mind of The Pardoner’s Tale it do … “The tale itself is an extended exemplum. Setting out to kill Death, three young men encounter an Old Man who says that they will find him under a nearby tree. When they arrive they discover a hoard of treasure and decide to stay with it overnight to carry it away the following morning. The tale and prologue are primarily concerned with what the Pardoner says is his ‘theme’: Radix malorum est cupiditas (‘Greed is the root of [all] evils’). – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pardoner's_Tale

    Sadly, Erez Eshel sounds more like a crank than a self-respecting Chosenist … “Less than 80 years ago our grandfathers and grandmothers prayed and cried out for a nation that would be willing to risk its life in order to save them. They prayed for an army that would be brave and moral enough to fight, kill and be killed, in order to stop the Nazi oppressor. There was no such nation.”

    Umm … And what, pray tell, was America doing during WWII? Did it not send in the cavalry to ‘stop the Nazi oppressor’? Did it not emerge from WWII as the ‘liberator’ of the ‘free world’? A mantle it wore during the entire course of the ‘Cold War’. Honestly, has this man been living under a rock or what?!

    I feel quite certain that his unhinged remarks about sending Jews to ‘kill or be killed’ in Aleppo will not be welcomed by What-a-Yahoo. Apart from anything else it runs so counter to everything the Jewish State stands for. Goyim kill and get killed. Not Jews. Does Eshel not understand the Mossad maxim? … ‘Through deception we wage war’. Not direct action!

  5. #5 by Christopher Phillips on 12/18/2016 - 4:23 pm

    The Jews love to commit massacres — whether in Deir Al Yassin, the Gaza Strip, Lebanon or in New York City of 9/11.

  6. #6 by funcotech on 12/19/2016 - 2:04 pm

    Defeat of the ‘Rebels’ in Syria is a MAJOR set back for their “Greater Israel” plans. I love it.

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