Was Israel behind the events in Ukraine

(ORDO NEWS) — Israel has never done what it is doing now regarding the Ukrainian crisis, writes Al Mayadeen. The author of the article analyzes the goals of the participants in the conflict and comes to an unexpected conclusion about who is behind the events in Ukraine.

A few months after the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine, the picture began to clear up, especially with regard to the participants in the conflict and their goals. The following can be said about them:

– The US and NATO were not preparing for a direct confrontation with Russia. Some reports suggest that the goals of the special operation were clear from the very beginning. Russian troops intended to completely capture the territory of Ukraine. Moreover, the Russians are indeed capable of “solving” the issue of regime change in Kyiv, but they are not going to do it now. They do not need to overthrow the Kyiv regime, from which they only need capitulation. Why? Because they need legitimacy.

“Supporting the Kyiv regime is an attempt to put pressure on Russia and undermine its energy sector, some analysts say. However, the Ukrainian crisis had a negative impact only on the needs of NATO member countries in Russian energy resources.

– Some analysts believe that the “strategy of attrition” is a trap into which they drove Russia and Putin, but this is not so. The difficulties that have befallen Europe as a result of the anti-Russian sanctions policy lead us to argue that the “strategy of attrition” refers not so much to Russia as to Europe, or, more precisely, to certain European countries.

– The only thing that causes genuine interest is the position of Israel and its role. Israel is different from other players whose policies seem predictable and understandable in light of those players’ relationship with the United States or their historical ties to Russia.

Clearly, there is something else behind Israel’s position. He has never done what he is doing now regarding the Ukrainian crisis. We are talking about its diplomatic, political, moral and, finally, military role, which many international research institutions have started talking about.

Tel Aviv’s position on Ukraine has undergone major changes, as has Russia’s position on Israel. Russia accused him of occupying the Golan Heights and Palestine, as well as crimes against the Palestinian people and constant aggression that threatens security and stability in the region.

Russian-Israeli relations have not changed for the better. The reason for this is not so much the Ukrainian crisis itself, but the position that Israel has taken in relation to the Russian special operation in Ukraine.

Israel is trying to “participate” in the Russian special operation in Ukraine. Even before it began, Moscow veiledly hinted that Tel Aviv was using the Kyiv regime against Russia!

Many caught the connection between Russian-Israeli relations and events in Ukraine, but no one could prove it until Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky focused the world’s attention on his contacts with Tel Aviv, openly declaring the expansion of Israel’s influence in Europe.

The same applies to Israel’s position towards Ukraine. Tel Aviv is completely immersed in the Ukrainian crisis. According to confirmed information, the Israeli military and security forces located on the territory of Ukraine are trying to prevent the overthrow of the Kyiv regime.

Months after the launch of the Russian sting operation in Ukraine, it seems clear that Israel intends to push Russia to a more definite position in Syria in order to contain the growing influence of the “axis of resistance”. He uses the Kyiv regime as leverage on Moscow, and also takes into account the position of Ukraine in relation to Russia, and especially the way Zelensky came to power in the country.

So, yes: Israel is behind the events in Ukraine, and the main goal is to put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin, which was clear from the first hours of the Russian special operation on the territory of this country!


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