Saturday, July 21, 2007

Israel provoked Six-Day War, says former Dutch UN observer

Jun 5, 2007, 8:51 GMT Amsterdam - A former Dutch UN observer has said Israel was not under siege by Arab countries preceding the Six-Day War, the 40th anniversary of which falls Tuesday, and that the Jewish state provoked most border incidents as part of its strategy to annex more land.
Speaking on a Dutch current affairs programme late Monday, Jan Muhren, who was stationed interchangeably at the Golan Heights and the West Bank in 1966-67, says neither Jordan nor Syria had any intention to start a war with Israel. from

Actually as you will see in the video, that Jan Muhren is not that only one that says this “Moshe Dayan, the famous Israeli war hero has admitted long after the Six-Day war that the majority of incidents (80%) were provoked by Israel.”

The Deceptions of the Six-Day War - DutchTV with English Subtitles

While this information is becoming better know there is still much that needs to be investigated. This article says

  • Israel never was in military danger, the Israeli Army was always aware they could overpowered all the Arab armies.
  • The US CIA was greatly involved in providing Israel intelligence information that greatly helped them win the war in such a short time.
  • US military personnel, disguised as civilians and on secret missions to which they were sworn to secrecy, helped the Israelis with specific technical and intelligence-gathering operations.

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