Containment of Iran or counter-terrorism? Multiple threats compel Israel to fight on the two line

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 Containment of Iran or counter-terrorism? Multiple threats compel Israel to fight on the two line


Photo: picture shows the main battle tank of the Israeli army IV in the exercise. (the picture comes from the network) In April 24th, the reference news network reported the articles published by Elizabeth Mateu, a senior fellow of the British Institute of international strategic research, entitled the threat of Israel and the holy war , published by the British subsistence bimonthly on April 24th, which is translated as follows: In October 23, 2015, the extreme group of Islamic States broadcast a video for the first time in Hebrew, announcing the true war against Israel. More than two years after the announcement, the so-called Khalifa state established by the Islamic state in Syria and Iraq has collapsed, and Israel has largely not been harmed by the threat of terror. However, terrorism is still a long-standing concern for countries bordering Syria and Iraq (especially Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon). Groups closely related to the Islamic state and Al Qaeda organizations are still active in the Golan Heights and the northern Sinai Peninsula, despite the fact that Israel has basically not been affected by terrorism, but it still has a de facto common border with these organizations. The article said that since 2011, the Israeli security agencies have regarded terrorist organizations, including the Islamic state, as secondary or collateral threats. So far, the Sinai Province, which was sworn to be loyal to the Islamic state in November 2014, has been harassing Egyptian security forces, and Khalid Walidna (a pro Islamic organization alliance in the Syria Iyer Muck Valley) has never directly targeted Israel, but is more willing to fight Syria south. Other opposition groups in the Department. In the Palestinian area, the increase in the Sala group in Gaza Strip did not reverse the strength of Hamas, which still controls Gaza Strip. At the same time, the Islamic state group received only weak support in the West Bank and Jerusalem and Arabia citizens in Israel. In particular, despite the unprecedented rise of terrorist threats in the Middle East and North Africa in recent years, Israel has been less affected by terrorist violence than in some European countries, such as the neighbouring countries of Arabia and even France, Belgium, Britain and Spain. This has prompted Iran and Hizbollah to spread rumors and conspiracy theories, pointing to the unusual relationship between Israel and groups closely related to the Islamic organization and the Al Qaeda organization. Considering the limited impact of terrorism on Israels homeland security, the countrys geopolitical strategy has been in the central position of the well-known enemy, namely, the German Iran and the Islamic nationalist organization Hamas and Hizbullah. As a result, one of the major challenges for Israeli diplomats and military officials since 2011 is to convince the international community that the organization of the Islamic state does not pose a threat to the region as compared with Iran, because Iran has increased its influence in the region from the Gulf peninsula to the Mediterranean. For example, Moses Aaron, the Israeli Defense Minister, declared in January 2016: in Syria, if we are to choose between Iran and the Islamic countries, I choose the Islamic state organization. They dont have the strength of Iran. However, the issue of Jerusalem and Palestine has always occupied a special position in Israels counter-terrorism thinking. Palestine is regarded as the so-called Waqf, which is a land that must be controlled by Muslims, while Jerusalem is full of unique religious significance. The strategist Mohamed Macavi summarized the attitude of Al Qaeda to the Palestinians: the Palestinian cause is the injured heart of the Islamic world, and no matter who touches the cause in the event, it must be close to the feelings of the Islamic world. Therefore, combating Jews and eradicating their country is closely related to the transformation and liberation of the Islamic world. The organization has issued numerous letters, audio and video messages praising the Palestinian cause, calling on supporters to liberate Jerusalem. Abu Becker Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic state, himself also threatened Israel in an audio released in December 26, 2015. His statement is in line with the existing principles of emancipating Jerusalem, and is also in line with the desire of the Islamic organization to establish a country that includes the entire rivant region. In addition, as Nelly Lahood stressed, Palestine is not only a typical example of the so-called western imperialist invasion of Muslim territory by extremists, but also, more importantly, a typical example of its autocratic government in corruption and oppression. In an article entitled the road of Jerusalem through Cairo published in 1995, Ayman Zawahiri, then the deputy of the Al Qaeda organization, made it clear that unless Cairo itself was conquered, Jerusalem would not be conquered. Therefore, Israel is regarded as a near enemy who supports Arabias betrayer. Although Jerusalem is not the priority of the Islamic organization, the fight against terrorism is not a priority for Israel, but the rise of terrorist organizations near the Israeli border has led to a clear adjustment of the countrys strategic vision. Although Israels military and intelligence forces have always focused on the two categories of targets, namely, the Islamic Nationalism of Arabia and the non state Islamic Nationalism and the Arabia nationalist armed organization, Israeli policy-makers have gradually incorporated the threat of terrorism prevention into the countrys anti terrorist and intelligence strategy from 2015. Today, the fight against Islamist extremism depends on the counter-terrorism policies carried out along the Israeli border, especially along the borders of Syria and Egypt, and in the Israeli Palestinian region. (compile / Ge Xuelei) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682 Although Jerusalem is not the priority of the Islamic organization, the fight against terrorism is not a priority for Israel, but the rise of terrorist organizations near the Israeli border has led to a clear adjustment of the countrys strategic vision. Although Israels military and intelligence forces have always focused on the two categories of targets, namely, the Islamic Nationalism of Arabia and the non state Islamic Nationalism and the Arabia nationalist armed organization, Israeli policy-makers have gradually incorporated the threat of terrorism prevention into the countrys anti terrorist and intelligence strategy from 2015. Today, the fight against Islamist extremism depends on the counter-terrorism policies carried out along the Israeli border, especially along the borders of Syria and Egypt, and in the Israeli Palestinian region. (compiling / Ge Xuelei)