The fact that Israel supplied Georgia with pilot-less drones and probably more hardware than that is well known. I have always posed my self a question why would Israel do such a thing? The money made from this business would not make up for the damage caused by angering Russia. Anyone who has ever been to Israel knows how Russian the place is. Recently Israel dropped its visa requirements for Russians because the contacts are busy. Not only do the relatives of Russian Jewish immigrants but a lot of Orthodox pilgrims (especially around Easter) and people seeking healing from the Dead Sea travel to Israel. Money couldn't be behind it.
Stanislav Mishin of Mat' Rodina elucidates the matter a little with his recent article. According to his claims Israel wanted to use Georgia as a launching pad in it's possible air-raid mission with the objective to destroy or hold back the Iranian nuclear program.I find this explanation quite plausible because it is not in the best interests of the Americans (who control Iraq) and the Khaleeji (Gulf) or the Saudi to have Israeli planes fly over their territory. Turkey did not even allow the Americans to use their bases during the invasion of Iraq and it is very hard to imagine they would give Israel such a favour. That leaves Misha the tie-muncher of Georgia the only person crazy enough to be willing to help Israel.
Furthermore there is an interesting discussion between Mark Ames of exileD and Scott Horton on the AntiWar radio. It is basically about the contest over Brzezinski's heartland that is waged by Russia and the US. There is nothing particularly revealing for me except at one point they say that Chechens are probably the only Muslims the Washington establishment loves. I would say they love any Muslim as long as he serves their interests. They point to a neocon infested pro-Chechen organisation called 'Committee for Peace in Chechnya'. A google search of this group yields a link to an organisation called 'The American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus' which was previously unknown to me. It is obvious that they are concerned with the entire North Caucasus and not an insignificant strip of land called Chechnya, very much like the Caucasus Emirate. The google search also yielded a link to a site called Prague Watchdog which I have know about for some time now. This site is prime example of NATO's moral support for the Chechen cause, I should have included it in my recent piece on the matter but must admit that I completely forgot about it. I also know that some Chechen exiles work in Radio Free Europe which has it's headquarters in Prague and is run by the American government.