American Military Bases In Israel, for NATO Peacekeepers?



These bases were originally built to house Israeli forces withdrawn from the West Bank, as defined in the Oslo Agreements, as a first step towards a UN world government.  Has the mission for these modern facilities been redefined, to accomodate the new vision of NATO peacekeepers policing the West Bank?

Obama advisors Gen. James Jones, Brent Scowcroft and Zbigniew Brzezinski have all endorsed the idea of using NATO troops to police the West Bank in Occupied Palestine, to take the place of Israeli troops, in a negotiated settlement. This settlement would ignore the issue of Gaza.

This brought to mind a couple of articles by Barry Chaimish on in 2005 about two gigantic American bases being built in Israel: Chamish – Exclusive Photos

Of Huge New US Base In Israel ; Chamish – Exclusive Photos

Of Huge New US Base In Israel (part 2)

Could these be the bases to be used by NATO peacekeepers? Mr. Chamish reports that at least one of these facilities has a huge holding area (for Palestinian resisters, or militant settlers/colonizers?).




Helicopter pad






This is what Barry’s resources told him in 2001:

“It is the intention of the U.S. administration, to ultimately turn over to the United Nations, the military base that is being considered for construction in the heart of Israel. It is the leaders of the NWO/Illuminati who will decide the appropriate time when all that will occur. The U.S. is to build the military base within Israel under the guise that it is for the use of the U.S. military. It is not. It is to be turned over to the United Nations at the appropriate time. The sole purpose of this base is for the United Nations use, not the U.S., and not Israel. This base will be a disaster to the best interests of Israel. It will be used against Israelis.”

Israel has not yet agreed to the troop withdrawal, but nonetheless, the base was allegedly turned over to the IDF in 2005.

Israel‘s explanation of the mysterious American bases, as reported in the Jerusalem Post is that these are “turn-key” operations, built for them by the US Army Corps of Engineers. According to researcher Barry Chamish, the Nachshonim base was built by an Arab contractor.

The base will probably hold the massive stores of pre-positioned US war materiel that the Congress recently ordered to be doubled. Israel is allowed to use these materiels in emergencies.