The Axis of the Resistance at the Northern Borders of Israel

The Zionist entity has been in panic since the Russian military police forces were deployed along two de-escalation areas in Syria to monitor the truce.

The cease-fire which was negotiated by the Russians and the Americans in these areas of south-western Syria, not far from the Jordanian and Israeli borders, came into force on July 9th.

Subsequently, two checkpoints and 10 watch posts were deployed on July 21st and July 22nd “along the approved areas for lines of contact” between terrorist group forces and Syrian army troops.
“It is to be stressed that the nearest watch post is 13 kilometers from the separation zone between Israel and Syria, near the Golan Heights. The zone has been approved in accordance with international agreements,” said Rudskoy, adding that Moscow had informed Israel, the United States and Jordan about the deployment.

The Russians reportedly deployed 800 soldiers on the Syrian borders with the occupied Golan and 400 others on the Jordanian borders. All this was done without taking into account the Israeli demands.

This has provoked a major dissatisfaction for the Zionist entity who sees that Russia as well as the United States are showing “complete indifference” to Israel’s repeated security demands on these de-escalation zones in Southern Syria.

These Zionist demands seemed unrealistic due to the fact that they were disconnected from the reality of what was going on the ground. The demands were as follows: the withdrawal of all forces linked to Iran and Hezbollah from southern Syria or elsewhere on Syrian soil, the deployment of non-Russian observers and experts by Israel in the south, and the refusal for any type of restructuring for the Syrian army.

Tel Aviv had strongly contested the Russian-American agreement that had been sealed during the meeting between presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg. The reason for this refusal was that the agreement did not adequately address Israel’s perceptions of the threat of the Iranian and Hezbollah presence in the southwestern regions of Syria.

(See: http://www.partiantisioniste.com/en/news/israel-wary-of-russia-en.html )

Israel would have liked the implementation of the de-escalation zone near the Golan Heights to be done by the United States rather than by Russia since Israel has no confidence in Russia due to its alliance with the armed forces of the Golan Heights and the Axis of the Resistance.

It is thus a strategic setback for the Zionist entity who, until now, controlled this border area by interposed terrorists. Indeed, it is no longer a secret that the Zionist criminal regime has always supported (if not directed) the jihadist groups of ISIS in the areas where the de-escalation zone has been set up; Israel even supported them militarily whenever they were attacked by the Syrian army.

Today, Tel Aviv understands that the situation has changed to its disadvantage, and that the Resistance Axis forces are well established not far from its borders, which raises serious fear and anger in the colonial entity.

If the Zionist criminal regime is aware that it is incapable of countering the Russian and American will, it affirms its determination not to stand empty handed. Indeed, Israel has threatened Russia and the United States to take action and act in southern Syrian if both sides continued to ignore its demands.

These threats that have not been to the liking of Russia, who responded through the voice of General Alexey Kozin, the number two person in the Russian Forces Command Center in southern Syria.

The latter has seriously urged Israel to respect the truce or else it could suffer consequences: “Russia laid down its conditions to Israel in the framework of this truce. Moscow expects it to respect the ceasefire in southern Syria. If Israel decides to violate this truce, then we, the Russians, know how to go about it since we are the guarantors of this truce.”

The Anti-Zionist Party welcomes the Russian deployment not far from the borders of the Zionist entity in the Golan region.

This area, which Israel had previously used as a buffer zone to protect itself from the Axis of the Resistance, is now under Russian supervision, allied to this Axis of Justice.

This is a dreadful backlash which counteracts all the Zionist plots in the region which aim at annihilating the forces of the Axis of the Resistance who, on the contrary, believes that it is reinforcing and establishing itself in a solid and stable way around the criminal entity that is now within its crosshairs.

This presence also marks the collapse of the Zionist dream of territorial expansion in southwestern Syria as part of a “Greater Israel” which is nothing but an illusion.

Yahia Gouasmi

 

Anti-Zionist Party President