Zio-ISIS Terrorism … The Zionist Entity and ISIS are Two Sides of the Same Coin

  • | Saturday, 30 December, 2023
Zio-ISIS Terrorism … The Zionist Entity and ISIS are Two Sides of the Same Coin

     A cursory examination of current global events, when compared to the terrorist activities worldwide, readily reveals striking parallels between the Zionist operations targeting Gaza and the nefarious deeds of terrorist organizations like ISIS. One could reasonably assert that the Zionist occupation is even more reprehensible than ISIS, having amalgamated elements of fascism and Nazism into a product uglier than all terrorist factions combined, irrespective of their respective names or ideologies.

The following seven points highlight the parallels between the Zionist entity and ISIS:

Instrumentalizing religion in securing political gains

Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the Zionist entity, has cited passages from the Torah on several occasions seeking to justify the occupation’s massacres of innocent men, women, and children in the Gaza Strip. For example, he referenced Isaiah’s prophecy stating "No longer will violence be heard in your land, nor ruin or destruction within your borders, but you will call your walls Salvation and your gates Praise." Additionally, he quoted Genesis regarding the Amalekites, presumably to encourage occupation soldiers to "kill everything that moves" in Gaza: "Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy all that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys." Furthermore, rabbis issued religious edicts permitting the targeting of hospitals. All of this suggests Netanyahu has manipulated sacred texts and religious rulings, much like the leaders of the terrorist organization ISIS, ostensibly to provide spiritual legitimacy for violent acts and the achievement of military objectives.   

Dream of empire and imperial expansion

In 2015, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former leader of ISIS, declared the establishment of his purported state - a vision which, at its core, differed little from the Zionist ambition to build a nation upon Arab lands stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates. Thus, one could confidently assert that the terrorist organization ISIS’s aspiration to construct a theocratic regime under the banner of reviving the caliphate mirrors the dream of Zionist extremists to establish the "Greater Israel" or the "Kingdom of David" across the lands of Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and portions of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, as depicted in maps circulated on Zionist social media platforms. Both parties have employed religion to propagate these fanciful notions.

Racism, domination, and expanding the circle of conflict

Claims of racial superiority and an absolute grasp of truth are additional parallels between ISIS and the Zionist entity. Both leverage such notions to justify acts of violence, murder, and aggression against those who refrain from comparable methods of resistance and self-defense. In other words, the discourses of ISIS and the Zionist entity pave the way for violence and terrorism under the guise of religion. For instance, former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir defined who constitutes a Jew in a manner "excluding non-Westerners." Official statistics published in the magazine Midaa’ Al-Shifayoun (מידע על שוויון) revealed the racist nature of the Zionist educational system, which segregates students into racial-sectarian and racial-national school classes. As the Al-Aqsa Deluge operation continues, Zionist statements reeking of racism and Jewish racial supremacy have proliferated, alongside calls to label Palestinians as animals and demands to kill them without pity or mercy. This affirms the Quranic verse stating "because they say, ‘We are under no obligation towards the gentiles.’ They tell a lie against God and they know it." [Quran, 3: 75]. Similarly, the Zionist entity sought to widen the circle of conflict in Gaza, the West Bank, as well as on the Lebanese and Syrian fronts, functioning akin to ISIS through a singular focus on conflict, war, and bloodshed.

Ethnic cleansing and genocide against Palestinians

There are notable parallels between the genocidal acts carried out by ISIS terrorists against the Yazidi people in Iraq and the crimes committed by the Zionist entity in Gaza and Palestine more broadly. The international community’s handling of both situations revealed inconsistencies and a lack of impartiality in international law’s treatment of regional peoples and issues. An Amnesty International report from 2014 accused the extremist ISIS group of carrying out a "systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing" in northern Iraq through killing Yazidis, destroying Christian and Kurdish villages, and forcing the displacement and migration of hundreds of thousands from these ethnic and religious communities due to fears of the terrorist organization’s brutality. At that time, the world expressed outrage, with Al-Azhar rightfully condemning such massacres and calling for efforts to confront and expose the perpetrators. However, in the case of Palestinian suffering under continual Israeli bombardment, these same governments not only failed to intervene but declared support for the Zionist entity while aiding it with weapons, despite its crimes surpassing what ISIS and similar extremist groups have committed. The number of worldwide terrorism victims over five years was approximately 46,000 people, yet Israeli bombing of Gaza over just forty days resulted in over 11,500 Palestinian martyrs, including 5,000 children and 3,500 women - figures likely to rise with ongoing operations, excluding those still buried under rubble or seriously injured. Moreover, the victims in both situations were notably Arab Muslims and Christians.

Excessive violence and wanton savagery

The world has not forgotten ISIS fighters’ brutal acts like burning the Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh alive or distributing videos of beheadings and detonating explosives against human targets. Their reliance on the infamous Management of Savagery doctrine became clear - exploiting such tactics to instill terror in opponents. Regrettably, the Zionist entity appears to follow a comparable strategy of managing savagery, though with even more devastating and severe consequences. Remains of children have become a common tragedy in Gaza, where scenes of dismembered bodies, scattered human remains, and entire families collected in bags are daily occurrences, to say nothing of the thousands of razed homes.

Therefore, one could reasonably conclude certain parallels exist between the Zionist entity and ISIS. If rational, compassionate voices held more influence globally, this entity’s harmful actions might face constraints. Alas, the lack of conscience demonstrated by some indicates justice and mercy are not always the prime considerations. All people of goodwill must redouble nonviolent efforts to uphold dignity and basic human rights for all in this conflict.

Scorched-earth policy

The Zionist entity’s policy of displacement is preceded by its use of scorched earth tactics similarly employed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Jaafar al-Ibrahimi, an adviser to the Iraqi government told Reuters that ISIS has caused around $30 billion infrastructure damage since 2014 through mass destruction of facilities, factories and buildings aimed at inflicting severe economic harm. He confirmed ISIS destroyed over 90% of Iraq’s vital infrastructure.

This scorched earth strategy is utilized in difficult military situations or by parties seeking to convince opponents of inevitable victory to force acceptance of demands. Now, the Zionist entity appears to use these same tactics in Gaza to foster the perception of ground victories despite being on the brink of collapse, even with United States support. This mirrors ISIS long reiterating "Remaining and Expanding" while supporters later discovered its collapse.

Violating international laws and covenants

Like ISIS, the Zionist entity also shows indifference to international resolutions and covenants, and clearly rejects the world order and its institutions. It similarly fails to implement UN resolutions or heed calls from the international community, disregarding international laws and agreements such that some view it as above such accountability.

In summary, this article briefly highlights some parallels between the Zionist entity and ISIS. A detailed comparative study citing all examples demonstrating their disturbing natures could fill many pages proving that Zionism and ISIS are two sides of the same coin. The pressing questions remain - Will the world, which once formed an international coalition to confront the criminality and brutality of ISIS, create an alliance, even a non-military one, to combat this Zionist entity? Are the blood shedding, body remains, humiliating displacement, and systematic destruction not enough to prove the savagery of the Zionist gangs?

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