Absolutely not, anything that even suggests any collusion or cooperation between ISIS and Israel is the product of propaganda.
The Assad regime of Syria knows that accusing Israel of supporting ISIS is the geopolitical equivalent to playing “the race card” in a political debate about US inner-city crime statistics.
What I mean by that is easily explained.
The fuel for any debate is logic, combined with verifiable & accurate non-partisan facts and figures. Elements that include social and political beliefs/political correctness, racial or religious bigotry, and of course lest we forget, “social justice” are, in my opinion, poisonous to the legitimacy of the debate.
- Being a Muslim country, why doesn't Saudi Arabia take all the refugees from the Middle Eastern region, instead of letting the refugees go to Europe?
- What do you hate most about your own country?
- Can North Korea and South Korea become the United Peninsula of Korea?
- What will happen if North Korea attacks the USA now that they have missiles that can carry nuclear warheads?
- Who does Europe support in Syria?
Playing the race card when debating the inner-city violence that has plagued cities like Chicago, either shuts down the debate entirely, or degrades it to a level that removes the prospect of any potential benefits that could be gained by debating the issue in the first place.
Playing the “Israel card” by suggesting the existence of any alliance between ISIS and Israel, has the same effect on this or any other debate about ISIS.
In my opinion, the real question should be:
Who stands to benefit the most from the continuous accusation of Israeli support for ISIS?
The source of these accusations is usually a good place to start for anyone interested in further pursuing the allegation.
Based on my research on the subject, I think that the Syrian regime has the most to gain from the accusation. The Assad government has been the leading source of the allegations.
This is a repetition of history, in my opinion, because it’s exactly what the Gaddafi regime did in desperation during the last days of his regime in Libya.