By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat 24 March 2015
“The Zionist paradigm is founded on the distorted story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt and their persecution by the Assyrians and Captivity by Babylonians. But the truth is that the Israelites never set foot in Egypt or Palestine. Actually they never left Ancient Arabia and North Yemen, their origin land, before the Babylonian Captivity” – Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
The so called Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has started losing ground. While the ISIL retreat is somehow slow on the Syrian front, the pace of the operations on the Iraqi side is considerably faster and so is the liberation of once held Sunni-Territories (though the broiling Sunni-Shia strife in Iraq remains unmitigated)
With Iranian military strategists conducting ground attacks and US aerial forces supplying valuable intelligence and conducting air raids, the situation is getting somehow tougher for so called Mujahideen/Takfiris
Actually nobody doubted that ISIL wouldn’t last for long. A terrorist organization soaked in such hatred and violence was doomed to failure from the first day of its inception.
So the question here is not how long ISIL will last but what it will have achieved before its final demise.
Of course it will take many decades before the people (especially in the Middle East) forget about the havoc ISIL wreaked. While cold-blooded killing and beheading is going to be the core of their legacy, looting and destruction of the ancient Iraqi artifacts and museums is definitely will be one of their key achievements.
Everything will slowly get back to normal long after ISIL has been completely crushed. The land will be liberated, the people will return to their homes and native land. One thing will remain irrevocably destroyed and lost; Iraqi and Syrian ancient heritage and history.
The question here; why a purportedly Islamist organization want to destroy ancient Assyrian and Babylonia artifacts. Islamic laws don’t ban sculpture per se (most Islamic countries have museums packed with statues) but only prohibits worshiping idols as used to be during pagan cultures. Everybody knew that neither Assyrian nor Babylonian ancient idols/statues were honored or worshipped by modern day Iraqis or Syrians. Still that did not deter ISIL from destroying the ancient statues, cuneiform tablets and artifacts.
ISIL militants destroy ancient artifacts of Mosul Museum
So what is the deal here with ISIL ruining the Mosul museum and the ancient city of Nimrud (not to mention hundreds of cuneiform tablets ruined and smuggled out of Iraq)
By default damaging and looting the ancient Assyrian and Babylonian cuneiform tablets is not on any Jihadist’s agenda, but it seems like a top priority for the hidden collaborators responsible for the very establishment of this terrorist group called ISIL/ISIS.
I’m not going to elaborate on how ISIL’s circle of command had been infiltrated from the very beginning by Mossad and how their top leaders were trained (in Jordan and Saudi Arabia) by CIA forces.
This has been common knowledge for quite some time now, a premise that is gaining evermore authority by the fact that all of Israel’s Arab neighbors are targeted by ISIL, while the Zionist state remains out of Mujahideen’s range and rage.
Israel is waging asymmetric warfare on her Arab neighbors under the false flag operations carried out by their agents in ISIL.
The Israeli gains after almost a decade of ISIL propagation and activity are remarkably evident. The Iraqi and Syrian armies (long regarded as a threat to Israel) have been destroyed after the two big Arab countries turned into failed states. The likelihood of those two armies regaining their organization and power is very slim. That’s an obvious achievement for ISIL. But how on earth destroying ancient Assyrian and Babylonian artifacts and cuneiform tablets would benefit Israel?
To answer this question we have to go back in time more than 2500 years and exactly to the six century BC. We won’t have to change the location where ISIL is currently established, but we’ll only revisit the place (ancient Arabia and Iraq) in ancient times.
The Arabian tribe of Israelites
Moses, Michelangelo, Church of San Pietro in Vincola
As reveled in my book ‘Egypt knew no Pharaohs nor Israelites’ the origin land of Judaism and the Israelite tribe was – contrary to what most believed – in ancient Arabia and North Yemen and not in Palestine.
The tradition of linking Judaism to Christianity as the as (Judeo-Christian faith) and (Old/New Testament) has led many, mostly westerners, to believe Judaism was a western or west-influenced faith. Thus Judaism is perceived (actually misperceived) as a monotheistic faith whose early Patriarchs lived in ancient Palestine (part of western Greek/Roman empire)
Read more at: http://www.oneworldofnations.com/2015/04/isil-helps-israel-conceal-historical.html
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