On February 8, 2011 – The Jewish Chronicle reported that Ronald Lauder (Reagan’s ambassador to Austria), President of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) has “called for Israel to be admitted into NATO in order to guarantee its survival in the future. NATO membership “would send a strong signal to other countries not to take on Israel”. Interestingly though, it’s the Zionist entity which has invaded all its neighboring countries (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Gaza and Syria) and not the other way around.
Earlier this month, attending the Herzliya conference in Israel, NATO secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen had called for the alliance to expand cooperation with Israel.
Bruce Riedel, a former Central Intelligence Agency officer, in an article in the September-October 2010 edition of the National Interest had warned that an Israeli attack on Islamic Iran would be a “disaster in the making”, and recommended that Israel should join NATO and benefit from its nuclear umbrella. Israel is known to be the only nuclear power in the Middle East with estimated 240-400 nuclear bombs.
Spain’s former Prme Minister, Jose Maria Aznar (1996-2004), is listed as an “Author” on Israel Hasbara Committee’s list – wrote an article for The Times (June 17, 2010), titled If Israel goes down; we all go down. He wrote: “Israel is our first line of defence in a turbulent region that is constantly at risk of descending into chaos; a region vital to our energy security owing to our overdependence on Middle Eastern oil; a region that forms the front line in the fight against extremism. If Israel goes down, we all go down”.
I must say, Ronald, is honest to admit that after Jewish army’s military humiliation in Lebanon in 2006, Israel has lost its ‘fear deterrent’.
The idea of the Zionist entity joining NATO came from a 2005 study by Hoover Institution at Stanford University (a Zionist think tank) which said: “We want to be clear on one point. Much of the recent discussion in the West about Israel and nato has focused on a possible peacekeeping or monitoring role for Alliance forces in connection with a possible Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. But what some Israeli strategic thinkers are starting to discuss – and what we are addressing here – is something different, namely an upgraded strategic relationship between Israel and Euro-Atlantic institutions like nato and the eu that would lead to increasingly closer ties and could include eventual membership.
Turkey is only Muslim country among NATO’s 28 members. Turkey has diplomatic, military exchange and trade relations with the Zionist state since 1950. Irrespectic of pro-Palestine rhetoric and criticism of the Zionist-regime – Turkey is still maintaining its diplomatic relation with Tel Aviv. Therefore, Israel doesn’t expect a military attack from Turkey. Same goes for Egypt and Jordan. Though Israel occupies Syrian Golan Heights, Damascus has no military muscles to attack Israel, otherwise it could have done that during the past 40 years. Iran is too far away and has never attacked its neighbors for the last 100 years. This leaves Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah – which has already inflicted military defeat on Israeli army, in 2000 and 2006. Now, Hizbullah has become politically more dangerous for Israel as the new Lebanese government owes its existence to Hizbullah. It doesn’t mean that Hizbullah will attack Israel but Israel fears that Hizbullah will not stop its military resistance against Israel until it liberates the remaining Lebanese territory under Israeli occupation (Shebaa Farms and Northern Ghajar).
It’s due to fear of Hizbullah that Israel wants to join NATO, so that in future, Israeli war against Hizbullah would be fought by NATO’s 28 members along with the Jewish army.