Territorially Unifying the Jewish Nation in the Levant

The Iranian nuclear weapons program is racing to produce enough enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon. Israel will not allow that to happen and will launch preemptive air strikes against the Iranian nuclear weapons program. Iran will in revenge order its Lebanese proxy terrorist Hezbollah to unleash massive barrages of tens of thousands of missiles against Tel Aviv and other Israeli cities. Israel will have no choice but to order the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) to launch a war of liberation in cooperation with the SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) to eliminate Hezbollah and its patrons throughout the northern Levant by liberating Syria and Lebanon from the nefarious forces of Khomeinism and Ba’athism. A Christian Aramean state will be established as the successor state to Lebanon. Israel will annex the Median Jewish (Druze and Alawite) regions of Lebanon and Syria. The new PYD (Democratic Union Party) government in Damascus as brought to power by the SDF will annex the remainder of Lebanon. 

The territorial reunification of the ancient-modern Nation of Israel in the Levant after 27 centuries of centuries of tragic separation is a great honor and privilege indeed. While war is inevitable in Lebanon due to the very existence and power of the Jihadist Hezbollah is peace distinctly an option in Syria. The Crypto-Jewish Alawite leadership in Syria should feel honored to be given the opportunity to peacefully attain the reunification of the ancient-modern Jewish nation in the Levant. It would indeed be a great honor and a great privilege that will be recorded in the annals of Jewish history forever. 

Indeed, the Alawite leadership of Syria have a rendezvous with history and a tremendous opportunity to bring the Alawite and Druze peoples into the economically developed world. This is akin to the reunification of Germany in 1990. Just as the reunification of Germany brought economic development and tremendous economic growth to the former East Germany so will the reunification of Israel in the Levant bring economic development and tremendous economic growth to the territories of the northern Levant. The Alawite and Druze peoples will benefit enormously beyond any current expectations. 

Yet today the situation between Israel and Syria/Lebanon looks more like that between South Korea and North Korea. Tel Aviv however is not yet in the situation of Seoul as Hezbollah does yet have the conventional military capability to destroy Tel Aviv, the economic capital of Israel. Israel is nevertheless absolutely determined to make sure that Tel Aviv does not become Seoul. There is a window of opportunity to break the stalemate and reunify the divided ancient-modern Nation of Israel, just as with the historical German reunification in 1990. 27 centuries of separation is a long time but it is not too late to reunite as this was expected already by the prophets of ancient Israel. 

The Alawite leaders of Syria have a chance to make history, avoid tragic and needless war and inscribe themselves into the annals of Jewish history as uniters of the ancient-modern Nation of Israel.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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