I knew the War was coming - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bill Cohn
    • 11.09.13 | 16:06 (IDT)

    Haaretz are you afraid to print this because your afraid I am right. I was in Israel during the 1973 war and I witnessed troops being pulled off the street in Jerusalem into buses the night before the war began this was no surprise. The soldiers told me that they were going up to The Golan Heights And couldn't talk about it. This conversation took place 18 hours before the war began. Someone is hiding something because if I knew a war was about to begin why didn't The Israeli government. There are rumors that there was conspiracy between Henry Kissinger and a traitor within the Israeli government for Israel to absorb the first attack on October 6, 1973 to give the Egyptians back thier pride so they would negotiate peace with Israel and force a compromise on the Israelis. This As described in the Israeli documentary who shot my father the story of Joe Alon. This was no surprise there appears to be a conspiracy of silence from higher authorities and perhaps by Haaretz

    from the article: Dayan told then IDF chief: 'Whoever gets killed - gets killed’
    First published 14:20 11.09.13 | Last updated 13:03 11.09.13
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