Netanyahu, in his first comment on ISIS victory in Iraq, said that Washington should stay out of the Iraqi conflict – and let the Sunni militants defeat the Shia-dominated government of prime minister al-Maliki and break-up Iraq.
“This will weaken Iranian influence in the Arab region,” said Netanyahu during his address at Tel Aviv University’s INSS think-tank.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told US Secretary of State John Kerry that he believes “the creation of an independent Kurdish state is a foregone conclusion,” citing Iraq’s “breaking up.” Meanwhile, Israeli President Shimon Peres told US President Barack Obama that “the Kurds have, de facto, created their own state, which is democratic.”
Recently, the Jewish TIME magazine, revealed that Washington plans to split Iraq into three weaker states which would never pose an ‘existential threat’ to the Zionist entity. The plan calls for; an Israel-friendly Kurd state based on Kurd-majority areas in Iraq, Syria…
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