Israel’s plot to transport petrol from Kirkuk to Haifa

Israel’s plot to transport petrol from Kirkuk to Haifa

Petrol plots have emerged from the illegitimate KRG referendum pushed by Israel in an attempt to transport Syrian and Iraqi oil

News Service Yeni Şafak

Masoud Barzani’s referendum move, which aimed to divide Iraq’s territorial integrity, has turned into an occupation plan for the Turkmen city of Kirkuk. As Barzani included the demographically-altered Kirkuk in the illegitimate referendum, the Israel and U.S. pawn the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and its Syrian affiliate the Democratic Union Party (PYD) set their sights on Syria’s Deir ez-Zor.

The PKK terrorist organization, targeting the Syrian south via Deir ez-Zor, is actually guarding a map that was drawn 83 years ago. The pipeline project aimed at transporting Kirkuk oil to Israel’s Haifa Port was actualized on Sept. 15, 1934. The line was active until Israel revised it in 1948.


Barzani’s sole supporter, Israel, aims to dominate Kirkuk’s and Syria’s oil. Israel will implement the same method used in Palestinian territory for years in northern Iraq. The “Great Kurdistan” project will become the “Great Israel” project.

Israel is attempting to include Mosul and Kirkuk in this project, and is preparing to demonstrate its presence in the region in order to realize the projects that would see Iraq and Syria’s petrol transported to Haifa Port.

The routes of transport of Iraqi petrol to the Mediterranean are being redrawn, and Syria’s rich oil deposits are also being included.


On Sept. 15, 1934, oil from Kirkuk reached the Haifa Port from the south of Tanf, along the southern side of Syria, in line with the route that was active at the time. This route was active through the 1930s when Jews were migrating to Palestine until the Arab-Israeli wars of 1948.

The route, which was drawn in 1934 according to the standards of the time, also included an alternative path to transporting Kirkuk’s petrol to the Mediterranean. This alternative route reached the Tripoli Port through Palmyra and Homs. This route has been abolished, as Russia has entered Syria.

The route was redrawn because the point where the oil pipeline that reaches Tripoli Port goes out into the sea is the Tartus-Lattakia region, which is under Russian control.


Tel Aviv plotted the division of Iraq through the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) referendum and the occupation of Kirkuk by using Barzani. The chances of the Haifa plan becoming a reality will increase if those who resist the U.S.-Israel axis are displaced from their homes, similarly to Mosul and Syria’s north.

The PKK/PYD is advancing toward the south of Deir ez-Zor, for the “security” of the route which was established in the map in 1934. In the coming days, the PKK/PYD is expected to attack the Tanf region, which is located between Iraq and Syria’s south.

The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.

If the terrorist organization occupies Tanf, the security of the new petrol map that Israel drew will be largely ensured. In Israel's new Middle East oil pipeline planning, the following route emerges: Kirkuk-Mosul- Rmelan -Deir ez-Zor-Tanf-Haifa.

With the installation of this line, which is planned to be connected via Tanf to the routes of 1934, oil from Syria's Rmelan and Deir ez-Zor will be connected to Kirkuk’s and Mosul’s oil.


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