So the Jews after helping create chaos throughout Syria via way of the Islamic State and other terrorist groups, is now saying that Bashar Al-Assad running Syria is good for Israel. Talk about a major reversal!


Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman says the looming victory for Damascus may be good news for the Jewish state, suggesting President Bashar Assad can be worked with on issues vital to national security.

Speaking about the long confrontation between Israel and Syria, Lieberman told journalists that “from our perspective, the situation is returning to how it was before the [Syrian] civil war, meaning there is a real address, someone responsible, and central rule.”

When asked whether Israeli forces should be less wary about possible tension in the Golan Heights, the top official answered: “I believe so. I think this is also in Assad’s interest,” Reuters reported.

The defense minister’s statement seems to contradict the much-repeated ‘Assad must go’ and ‘monster Assad’ rhetoric picked by the West and previously echoed by Israel. Back in 2016, Lieberman called the Syrian president a “butcher” who “should be removed from power.”

Yeah, all we heard for years was how Assad was a bad man who gassed children and that he had to go. Now the Jews are saying the exact opposite.

If I had to guess, they are softening their rhetoric because of Israel’s weakened geopolitical position. They had the Iranian military edging closer to their border as the Syrian war was coming to a close.

It’s also likely that a behind the scenes arrangement was made that allows Assad to remain in power in exchange for Iranian forces backing out of the area. Obviously that’s not confirmed, but that seems to be what happened here.

Undoubtedly, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin discussed the Syria situation during their talks in Helsinki a little while ago. It would be safe to assume that what’s happening here is a direct outcome of that meeting.

But this reversal from the kikes is truly a very remarkable thing. Wonder what changed?