Israeli Tel Aviv has recently opened a diplomatic and political track with Baghdad in which it has sent several letters to Iraq, and there is a rapprochement between the two peoples, especially through social networking sites, Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv reported on Monday.
"While Israel is sending friendly messages to Iraq, it is launching air attacks, which raises the question of Israel's bilingual rhetoric and its two voices, because the last few days have proven that the Israeli attacks have not stopped in Syria, but have gone beyond Iraq," Khoji said.
He added that "the Israeli attacks are not aimed at the Iraqi army, but Tehran, which conceals in its military bases deployed in Iraq missiles with hundreds of kilometers in range, and pose a threat to Israel, as if in front of the recovery of Iraqi Scud missiles in 1991, but more accurate and dangerous, He inherited it, but the hand of a third party subjugated his neighbor, and uses it to carry out his agenda.
Khoji stressed in an article published by the newspaper that "we are witnessing before our eyes a war between Tehran and Tel Aviv, these days peak, the talk is not an armored armored vehicle, and its goal is not the occupation of the areas, but the implementation of steps and measures capable of hurting the enemy, The top of the iceberg, which is the military dimension, but its indicators much more, because it starts in Tel Aviv through the Gaza Strip to Beirut, and then to Damascus to Baghdad and the end of Tehran.
He pointed out that "Israel is not alone, there are a number of friendly countries, some Arab help them as much as possible, because they are fighting a regional war in a contemporary style, and some decisions affecting the war take in Moscow and Washington and Arab capitals, The Iranians, while Tehran sent a year and a half aircraft to Israel, but dropped a few minutes after flying from the Syrian airspace.
"Baghdad finds itself a victim of these Iranian efforts, although Iraq is different from Syria in this particular case," said Khoji, the editor of Arab affairs at the Army Radio.
"The Iraqi government is suffering from the intensity of the Iranian penetration, terrorism and corruption, but it works democratically. Washington, which overthrew Saddam Hussein 16 years ago, still sees Iraq as a friendly and supportive country, and Tel Aviv knows it well."
He stressed that "as the Israeli military began to carry out attacks in the heart of Baghdad, the Israeli political level began a path of political diplomacy towards it, where in the last year sent a number of positive messages through official correspondence on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the letters were official and serious, It was not friendly, and shows that Tel Aviv is seeking to find a channel of communication with the Iraqi people, and soon with his leadership. "
He added that "the Israeli Foreign Ministry sent letters in Arabic to support the Iraqis of the victims of the bombings in Baghdad, or the announcement of its blessing in the wake of UNESCO's declaration of the Gardens of Babylon as a world heritage, although Iraq is considered in Israeli law hostile state."
"The rapprochement between the Israeli and Iraqi peoples began, not between the two governments, and they are talking together, especially through social networks, and sometimes meet together, although no one in Israel and Iraq expects to sign a peace agreement as soon as Egypt and Jordan, The talks recognize mutual relations without the need for peace contracts, such as the situation between Israel and Morocco. "