Sometimes, its hard to connect the dots to complete a picture when the dots don’t exactly line up or make sense.
Few days ago, the media airways were enthusiastically glorifying reports that mortar rounds were fired into the state of Israel from Syria. At the time, none of the reports suggested that these mortar rounds were fired by Syrian forces, or what their objectives were. Today, still no evidence has come to light to suggest that these mortar rounds were fired by Syrian military or what could have been their motive ‘if’ fired intentionally?
So, Israel’s direct response immediately was to return ‘warning shots‘. Warning shots in return, generally send the message not to do that again.
But, it turns out, that these warning shots from Israel, weren’t exactly ‘warning’ shot but rather provocation of war – since Israel tanks targeted and hit Syrian tanks in Golan Heights in response, thus deliberately exploiting the situation in Syria to their advantage. It is the same Israel who chanted (in the US) that Middle East and Israel needs regional security and stability. It wasn’t long ago, that Turkey was doing just that and firing into Syria.
So, now we have both Turkey and Israel along with US and UK (and the rest of the west) in orchestrating the situation in Syria to a clear regime change.
Some may question this and state – well the shell fired into Israel, after all belonged to Syrian military. That, if true, I cannot deny, but since rebels in Syria have already reported capturing Syrian forced along with equipment – wouldn’t it be perfect for insurgents fighting Syrian forces to fire a few into Israel in the hope of bringing Israel into this conflict? You know, like Pearl Harbour and how Japanese brought US into war during the world war(s).