Friday, September 2, 2016

Pakistan, UAE pilots in joint exercises with Israelis -Australian, other Muslims opposed to the State Of Israel face a dilemma

by Ganesh Sahathevan

The unprecedented joint exercises between the pilots of The Islamic Republic Of Pakistan, The United Arab Emirates ,and The State Of Israel leaves Muslims in Australia opposed to Australia's historical ties with Israel without the previously unconditional ideological support of their better known brethren. The same may be said of Malaysia, where Islamization and Arabization is inspired and guided by the Arabs (and to a lesser degree the Pakistanis) ,and by default includes opposition to Israel.

It was on the 15th of August 2016 that Malaysia let FIFA know that it would rather be excluded from FIFA events than let Israelis enter the country, even if they are FIFA delegates. Ironically, it was at or around the same time that the Jerusalem Post reported that "Israel, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates began joint military exercises on Monday (15 August 2016) as part of the US Air Force’s elite Red Flag drill at Nellis Air Force Base in the Nevada desert.

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Israel Praises Joint Drill With Pakistanis, Emiratis in US


SEPT. 1, 2016, 1:52 P.M. E.D.T.

JERUSALEM — The Israeli air force says a joint exercise last month in the United States with fighter pilots from Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates was "professional," even though the countries do not share diplomatic ties with Israel.

Air force pilots from the U.S., Israel, Pakistan, the UAE and Spain participated in the Red Flag combat training exercise in Nevada in August.

Israel's air force says it was the first time Israeli fighter pilots trained with Pakistani and Emirati pilots.

Maj. Gil of the Israeli air force, who gave only his first name according to military protocol, said Thursday that the exercises did not simulate any real world threats.

He says it was an "odd group," but that Pakistani and Emirati pilots worked with Israeli pilots "in an utmost professional way."

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