On September 3, 2013, Anders Persson, PhD and Maysam Behravesh, PhD, in an Op-Ed, said: “For Netanyahu, Iran Is Personal“. It’s Netanyahu who was quoted saying on September 11, 2001 that the terrorist attacks on America would benefit Israel.
In April 2008, Israeli daily Haaretz reported Netanyahu telling an Israeli audience at Bar-Ilan University why 9-11 was good for Israel. “We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq.”
The US administration lied about 9/11, and it’s not the first time. It lied about the Tuskegee Syphilis experiment, Pearl Harbor, USS Liberty and USS Cole. It lied about the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. It lied about the wars on Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and it’s repeating the same lies about Syria and Iran. Jewish author, Elias Davidson, in book, ‘Hijacking America’s Mind on 9/11′, opens several knots to show Israel face behind the tragedy. Read the book review here.
Here is some food for thought: “If we want to understand 9/11 we cannot simply focus on bin-Laden and Muslim fanatics but we also have to study the perceived needs of the Israeli government and the political forces which drive its leadership. Since this is what has been called “the third rail” of American politics, which must not be touched, and which receives practically no media attention, one has to be very careful not only in one’s choice of words but also in presenting whatever facts are available. One fundamental fact is that the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 has profoundly changed the power constellation in the Middle East. Herzl, its ideological founding father, knew that a Jewish state could not exist in the Muslim world without the backing of a foreign power. He had initially hoped that it would be Germany, but during WWI Zionists settled for the U.K. When the Brits had second thoughts about the wisdom of the enterprise they were made to yield through terror tactics and the patronage was bestowed on America. President Truman was the first to recognize the country and by small steps Israel advanced from a friendly state, which could still be made to accede to America’s wishes by Eisenhower, to our most important ally in the region whose foreign policy goals have now become identified with ours.” Continuing reading here.
Many Israeli and American military officials and politicians are on record of saying that Netanyahu cannot bring regime change in Iran or Syria without the military help of Washington. Netanyahu and AIPAC feel that Obama is dragging his feet over attacking Syria and Iran. If Obama comes to some sort of understanding with the “moderate” Iranian president Hassan Rouhani over Syria or Iran’s nuclear program – Netanyahu may not have other choice but to create another 9/11-style possible terrorist attack on the US-UK Armada in the Persian Gulf, gathered to protect Israel against retaliation from Iran, Syria and Hizbullah as result of the US military attack on Syria.