The Bologna railway station bombing (August 1980), the Israeli London Embassy bombing (July 1994), four trains detonated in Madrid (March 2004), four explosions in London (July 2005), the Heathrow Airport “terror plot” (August 2006), the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol crotch bomber (December 2009), the Oslo “Breivik” terror attack (July 2011), the London Drummer Lee Rigby (May 2013), the Ukraine MH17 shoot-down (July 2014), Charlie Hebdo (January 2015), Bataclan theater (November 2015), Brussels Airport (March 2016), Nice and Munich (July 2016).
The most important theme emerging is a pattern of activity revealing the State of Israel as by far the foremost practitioner of state-sponsored terrorism in the world today-followed by the U.S.-which conducts staged attacks to instill fear in the public to make citizens more amenable to manipulation in promoting the government’s political agenda. This has included restrictions on the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to endless wars of aggression in the Middle East, motivated by the orchestrated attacks of 9/11-for the benefit of Israel-by taking out the modern Arab states that constrained its domination of the region by creating “Greater Israel,” from the Tigris-Euphrates to the Nile.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said Israel was “shielding” Europe from the spread of Islamist terrorism and the Continent should therefore be less “hostile” to the Jewish state, as world leaders gathered in France at an event marking 100 years since World War I.
“Israel is Europe’s shield in the Middle East [from terrorism], and without us it would spread and and many more people would push into Europe,” said Netanyahu at a press conference on the sidelines of the commemorations in Paris. “When we protect ourselves, we are also protecting Europe.”
The prime minister also suggested European leaders should “change their approach to us” as a result of this alleged protection.
Around 70 leaders, including the Russian and US leaders, traveled to the French capital to mark the centenary of the 1918 Armistice.
The comments came after Israel, in recent years, began to credit its intelligence-sharing with allied nations for helping thwart terror attacks in Europe.
In July, Hebrew media reports said Israel’s Mossad spy agency thwarted a terror attack in a Paris suburb a month earlier, giving authorities in France, Germany, and Belgium crucial intelligence that led to arrests of a cell headed by an Iranian diplomat.
In January, Netanyahu indicated that Israel has prevented hijacked airplanes from crashing into European cities.
“We have, through our intelligence services, provided information that has stopped several dozen major terrorist attacks, many of them in European countries,” he told foreign diplomats in Jerusalem.
“Some of these could have been mass attacks, of the worst kind that you have experienced on the soil of Europe and even worse, because they involve civil aviation. Israel has prevented that, and thereby helped save many European lives,” Netanyahu said, apparently referring to plane hijackings.
The prime minister in recent years has also stepped up his criticism of the European Union over its position on the Palestinians and the Iran nuclear deal. In July 2017, he was caught on a hot mic calling the 28-nation bloc’s policies on Israel “crazy.”