We are generally hostile about the artificial Sykes-Picot borders, and with good reason. But I don’t think there is any reason to believe that the new imperial powers are necessarily in favor of the decisions of the old imperial powers. If the Sykes-Picot configuration gets shuffled, that’s not in and of itself, automatically in our interests.
Also, it is clear that Sykes-Picot is not something particularly hallowed by Israel, which is the only recognized country in the world that has never actually declared its own borders, but has declared its fundamental belief in Zionist expansion.
For decades, the Israelis have plainly stated their desire to see the borders and demographic features of the Arab states re-drawn. Through conventional aggression, they have been unable to realize their aims.
ISIS, however, is achieving it for them. Syria, Iraq, and there are reports of ISIS members turning up in Sinai. From the Euphrates to the Nile, that is the Zionist vision.
Potentially, ISIS can pursue scorched earth tactics in advance of an Israeli land grab, in which case, the Israelis would just have to walk in and take over, under the pretext of defending their security, with no significant military opposition available to confront them.
Would it really be the first time that our enemies used us against each other?