Fern Sidman, A7 NY Cor.
In an exclusive interview with Arutz Sheva, New York City topographer
and recent ZOA awardee Mark Langfan, responded to statements made by
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon while on an official visit
According to wire service reports, during a news briefing on Tuesday,
Ayalon was asked what Israel's reaction would be to a threat posed by
Turkey regarding oil drilling in Cyprus. Ayalon unequivocally stated:
"If anyone tries to challenge these drillings, we will meet these
challenges." Last month Turkey said it would send naval forces to
protect its drilling rights.
During meetings between Ayalon and Greece's deputy foreign minister
Dimitri Dollis, the two focused on cooperation between Israel, Greece
and Cyprus on the subject of natural gas and their common strategic
interests in energy security. A trilateral memorandum of understanding
on this issue, as well as the management of water resources has been
drafted and is due to be signed soon.
The two officials also agreed to convene a meeting to take place this
spring in Salonika with members of the Jewish and Greek diasporas
including such countries as the United States, Canada, Australia, France
"What these meetings in Greece mean to me is that people are now
acknowledging energy issues in this region of the world with the
gravitas that they deserve," said Mr. Langfan, who recently released is
"Western Theater" graphic, http://www.marklangfan.com/westerntheater2.html
which provides concrete evidence that Israel is Greece and Cyprus’ one,
and only line of defense against an "Islamic tsunami" that has the
capability of waging war of Cyprus and Greece.
Speaking in his capacity as an Israeli security analyst, Mr. Langfan
said, "without Israel’s order of battle and very existence, it would be
impossible for NATO to defend Greece, let alone Cyprus, from a
Turkish/Muslim Brotherhood tidal wave which would lay waste to
everything in the eastern Mediterreanean. Whether NATO likes it or not,
Israel is a now the heart and soul of NATO’s southeastern flank.”
Langfan also noted that Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan issued a direct
threat on NATO when he warned on September 27, 2011, "I recommend the
international community take the necessary lessons from the Battle of
The Battle of Preveza was a 1538 decisive Turkish/Ottoman naval battle against a Papal “Holy League” Pan-Christian Alliance.
Adding that, “NATO and the entire EU now has an absolute vested
interest against the establishment of an autonomous Palestinian state in
the "West Bank". It has become abundantly clear that if such a state
was in existence Hamas would smuggle in thousands of katyusha rockets
with chemical warheads that have the power to wipe out the entire Tel
Aviv coastal plain that holds 5 million Jews - in one evening."
Mark Langfan’s graphics are freely available at his Israel Security website: http://www.marklangfan.com