A joint IDF-SDF war to liberate Syria-Lebanon in response to the expected massive Hezbollah missile barrages against Tel Aviv and other Israeli cities in revenge for Israel’s aerial destruction of Iran’s nuclear weapons program will create a new strategic reality in the Middle East by ending Kurdistan’s geographic isolation and connecting it with Israel. Israel will have access to a wide military corridor stretching all the way to the border with Iranian Kurdistan. This will be a strategic gamechanger for both Israel and Kurdistan and crucially vis-a-vis Iran. While the AKP regime will not like this, is it however most unlikely to intervene militarily to save the infidel Ba’athist regime (an enemy of the AKP regime) and the AKP regime is any way heavily constrained by the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet with its pro-Israel sympathies. This means that the dream of an independent Kurdistan is coming closer to reality, albeit only in the Syrian, Iraqi and Iranian sections of Kurdistan, an Israeli long-term project since 1958.