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Jihadists Are Policy Tool of Israel, Jordan and Turkey

The US, Turkey, Israel “Triple Alliance”

The US, Turkey, Israel “Triple Alliance”

The civil war by ISIS in Syria and Iraq is a joint planned project between Israel; Turkey and Jordan, called “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm“.

A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm (commonly known as the “Clean Break” report) is a policy document that was prepared in 1996 by a study group led by Richard Perle for Benjamin Netanyahu, the then Prime Minister of Israel. The report explained a new approach to solving Israel’s security problems in the Middle East with an emphasis on “Western values.” It has since been criticized for advocating an aggressive new policy including the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq and the containment of Syria by engaging in proxy warfare and highlighting its possession of “weapons of mass destruction”. The polices set forth in the paper were rejected by Netanyahu.

“A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm” states the following:
[To secure the nation’s streets and borders in the immediate future, Israel can:
Work closely with Turkey and Jordan to contain, destabilize, and roll-back some of its most dangerous threats. This implies clean break from the slogan, “comprehensive peace” to a traditional concept of strategy based on balance of power.

Change the nature of its relations with the Palestinians, including upholding the right of hot pursuit for self-defense into all Palestinian areas and nurturing alternatives to Arafat’s exclusive grip on Palestinian society.
Forge a new basis for relations with the United States—stressing self-reliance, maturity, strategic cooperation on areas of mutual concern, and furthering values inherent to the West. This can only be done if Israel takes serious steps to terminate aid, which prevents economic reform.

This report is written with key passages of a possible speech marked TEXT that highlight the clean break which the new government has an opportunity to make.]
To download a pdf copy of the “Clean Break” full report click on here

Or read it on Wikipedia at this link

Turkey is After Turkic Domination and NOT Islam or EU

Turkey is After Turkic Domination

Turkey is After Turkic Domination

The State known as Turkey was established only in 1923 and the original name of that land was Anatolia.
Turks are nomadic tribes and they arrived from Central Asia, to west of the Caspian Sea. Turkey is not their homeland but they named their new settlement Turkey on their tribal group. The original native population of Anatolia were and are persecuted and a lot of injustice is still inflicted on them despite that Anatolia is their historic home and they created civilizations.

Turkey uses its location and the interests of Western countries and their false claim of leadership in Islam to support terrorism. Their real objective is to strengthen the influence and wealth of Turkic tribes inside Turkey and in the neighboring countries in the region.

Turkey has become increasingly integrated with the West through membership in organizations such as the Council of Europe and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Turkey began full membership negotiations with the European Union in 2005,

The real interests and policies of Turkey are not about Islam nor about Western values and their ways of life; but they only aim to achieve hegemony and domination on the region by Turkic tribes and maintain strong control over other groups inside Anatolia.

Terrorism of Turks Gog and Magog

Atlas of the Bible Magog in Turkey

Atlas of the Bible Magog in Turkey

The prophecy of Ezekiel 38 and 39, often referred to as the Battle of Gog and Magog, is hands-down one of the most important and influential end-time prophecies in all of Scripture. But it is also one of the most controversial and widely misunderstood prophecies.

Gog and Magog are names that appear in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), notably Ezekiel, and the Book of Revelation, sometimes indicating individuals and sometimes lands and peoples. Sometimes, but not always, they are connected with the end times, and the passages from the Book of Ezekiel and Revelation in particular have attracted attention for this reason. From ancient times to the late Middle Ages, Gog and Magog were identified with Eurasian nomads such as the Khazars, Huns and Mongols and were conflated with various other legends concerning Alexander the Great, the Amazons, Red Jews, and the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel, and became the subject of much fanciful literature. They appear in the Qur’an as Yajuj and Majuj, and the Muslim world identified them first with Turkic tribes from Central Asia and later with the Mongols. In modern times they remain associated with apocalyptic thinking, especially in the United States and the Muslim world.

As one nomadic people followed another on the Eurasian steppes, so the identification of Gog and Magog shifted. In the 9th and 10th centuries these kingdoms were identified by some with the lands of the Khazars, a Turkic people who had converted to Judaism and whose empire dominated Central Asia–the 9th-century monk Christian of Stavelot referred to Gazari, said of the Khazars that they were “living in the lands of Gog and Magog” and noted that they were “circumcised and observing all [the laws of] Judaism. Arab traveler ibn Fadlan also reported of this belief, writing around 921 he recorded that “Some hold the opinion that Gog and Magog are the Khazars.” According to the famous Khazar Correspondence (c. 960), King Joseph of Khazaria claimed that his people were the descendants of “Kozar”, the seventh son of Togarmah.

The early Muslim traditions were summarised by al-Qazwini (d. 1283) in a popular work saying: “They scratch at their wall each day until they almost break through, and each night God restores it, but when they do break through they will be so numerous that “their vanguard is in Syria and their rear in Khorasan.”

When Yajuj an Majuj were identified with real peoples it was the Turks, who threatened Baghdad and northern Iran; later, when the Mongols destroyed Baghdad in 1258, it was they who were Gog and Magog.

Modern apocalypticism
In Europe expectations of the end-times have receded with the advance of a secular worldview during the 19th century. This has not been the case in the U.S., where a 2002 poll indicated that 59% of Americans believed the events predicted in the Book of Revelation would come to pass.

Considering geographical knowledge in Ezekiel’s time (during the Babylonian Exile), the northern most land of that day would be placed in Asia Minor or Anatolia-today known as Turkey-an Islamic nation, and one rediscovering its Islamist roots, thanks to Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The only conclusion can be that Gog and Magog is Turkey.

The New Moody Atlas of the Bible p. 93 places Magog in Turkey.

The Zondervan Atlas of the Bible p. 83 places Magog in Turkey.

The Holman Bible Atlas p. 36 places Magog in Turkey.

The IVP Atlas of Bible History p. 18 also places Magog in Turkey.

Most conservative, trained scholars of the Bible use what is called the historical-grammatical method of interpretation. This is to say that they simply identify the names found within Ezekiel’s prophecy according to how Ezekiel himself would have understood them. Thus in the late seventh and early sixth century B.C. when Ezekiel prophesied, Magog, Meshech and Tubal were known to have dwelt in Asia Minor, or modern-day Turkey.

The only conclusion can be that Gog and Magog is Turkey.

The Turkification of Anatolia

Anatolia

Anatolia

Anatolia (called Turkey since only 1923) has been inhabited since the paleolithic age, including various ancient Anatolian civilizations, Aeolian, Dorian and Ionian Greeks, Thracians, Armenians and Persians. After Alexander the Great’s conquest, the area was Hellenized, a process which continued under the Roman Empire and its transition into the Byzantine Empire.

The Seljuk Turks began migrating into the area in the 11th century, starting the process of Turkification, which was greatly accelerated by the Seljuk victory over the Byzantines at the Battle of Manzikert in 1071.

The Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm ruled Anatolia until the Mongol invasion in 1243, upon which it disintegrated into several small Turkish beyliks.
Starting from the late 13th century, the Ottomans united Anatolia and created an empire encompassing much of Southeastern Europe, Western Asia and North Africa, becoming a major power in Eurasia and Africa during the early modern period. The empire reached the peak of its power between the 15th and 17th centuries, especially during the 1520–66 reign of Suleiman the Magnificent.

After the second Ottoman siege of Vienna in 1683 and the end of the Great Turkish War in 1699, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of decline. The Tanzimat reforms of the 19th century, which aimed to modernize the Ottoman state, proved to be inadequate in most fields, and failed to stop the dissolution of the empire.

The Ottoman Empire entered World War I (1914–18) on the side of the Central Powers and was ultimately defeated. During the war, major atrocities were committed by the Ottoman government against its Armenian, Assyrian and Pontic Greek citizens. Following the war, the huge conglomeration of territories and peoples that formerly comprised the Ottoman Empire was divided into several new states.

Mustafa Kemal Ali Rıza (Atatürk)

Mustafa Kemal Ali Rıza (Atatürk)

The” Turkish” War of Independence (1919–22), initiated by Mustafa Kemal Ali Rıza (Atatürk) and his colleagues in Anatolia, resulted in the establishment of the modern Republic of Turkey in 1923, with Atatürk as its first president. Since that time te rule of Turks over all other indigenous Anatolians peoples became enforced by the new state of the Turks, who became considered and treated as minorities.

Only during the past century Turkey has been “Turkified” by state power. This was done by the removal of the non-Muslim elements, first, and then by the assimilation of the non-Turkish Muslims into “Turkishness”.

Erdogan Using NATO and USA for Private Business

Turks regimes

Turks regimes

Even if the downed Russian Sukhoi Su-24M bomber aircraft by Turkish Air Force were way inside Turkey the common sense says that it was not an act of aggression or a security threat to Turkey. All the stolen Syrian oil, and terrorist oil trucks goes to Turkey and sold in Turkey, plus human organs, stolen Syrian products, and historic artifacts, to buy NATO weapons from Turkey. But Turkey’s F-16 that downed the Russian bomber was in Syrian airspace for 40 seconds, and before that it was waiting to assault any Russian military aircraft. The downing of Russian jet over Syria is stab in the back NOT by terrorist accomplices, as leader Putin said. It was downed by the terrorist regime of Turks in Turkey.

Why the Turks shot down the Russian Sukhoi Su-24M? Simply because Russia has been carrying out an aerial campaign against the Islamic State jihadist group in Syria since late September at the request of Damascus. The downing was a revenge for the destruction of oil smuggling business that belongs to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son. Moscow has repeatedly called on the UN Security Council to take extra steps to determine who was buying oil from the militants.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

“Turks” does not mean” Turkey”. Since the Turks are submissive and the majority of them are supporting their long bloody history of Masonic leadership then all the Turks and not any of the other nations within turkey are considered evil.

“Turks” does not mean” Turkey”

“Turks” does not mean” Turkey”

Any evil government represents the evil in its nation; there is no evil government without a sick nation. To all the so-called good Turks: You either fight against the evil in your nation that brought such evil governments and made evil history or abandon your nation if they are sick beyond your capacity. Any evil government represents the evil in its nation; there is no evil government without a sick nation. Erdogan and his group in the ruling APK did not come from vacuum they represent the old deep sickness in Turkey.

Erdogan and APK did not come from vacuum

Erdogan and APK did not come from vacuum

Since the Turks are submissive and the majority of them are supporting their long bloody history of Masonic leadership then all the Turks and not any of the other nations within turkey are considered evil

No nation remains sick forever. And no nation or government is perfect. The health of any government and nation must be measured by a total of large number of social, economic, political and cultural indicators not a single or few indexes. We must look at the bigger present and history. Nations dies after they become very sick and corrupt. The Turks must know that they were sick and corrupt for a very long time and ask your neighboring countries and other ethnic groups “please do not label them as minorities”.

Look at the map and history of Turkey

Look at the map and history of Turkey

Look at the map and history of Turkey and its surrounding countries; the enemies of Turkey are all of them plus the Armenians; the Kurds and all other non-Turks in Turkey itself. This proves that Turkey is a rouge state.
Extremists war in Syria is actually a wicked war waged by the Turks, NOT Turkey, against Syria. The Turks must pay for war damages and the stolen oil and all other loot.

Turkey is a rouge state

Turkey is a rouge state

Erdogan and his son, and Arab gulf colleagues all of them DO NOT believe in any god or faith. They are only after their own personal interests. Caliphate and all other lies are only covers. Together with the Rothschild; Bushs and others, they are top members of secret societies; that is the New World Order NWO. Russia since the Romanovs and any other sovereign state are considered major obstacles and targets to NWO. Erdogan and his son, and Arab colleagues, all support anybody who can be hired and makes profits for this gang and they are manipulating NATO and USA cold war with Russia and Iran
The world must be clear and decisive, agents of secret societies including the Zionists, the Turks and NATO are testing the nerves of leader Putin and the solidarity and the strength of Russia and the free world. The world needs a very active and powerful BRICKS Block led by Russia and China to stand against the agents of secret societies that includes the NATO; EU; USA; Zionists; bankers & the hijacked UN.
Russia, China; India; Brazil; South Africa, and Iran, and all other free nations are bigger than all secret societies and their puppets such as NATO and the USA and their minors and associates.

Meet The Man Who Funds ISIS: Bilal Erdogan, The Son Of Turkey’s President

Bilal Erdogan

Bilal Erdogan

Necmettin Bilal Erdogan, commonly known as Bilal Erdogan (born 23 April 1980) is the third child of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the current President of Turkey.

After graduating from Kartal Imam Hatip High School in 1999, Bilal Erdogan moved to the US for undergraduate education. He also earned a Master’s Degree in John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2004. After graduation, he served in the World Bank as intern for a while. He returned Turkey in 2006 and started to his business life. Bilal Erdogan is one of the three equal shareholders of “BMZ Group Denizcilik “, a marine transportation corporation.
In the next few days, we will present a full breakdown of Bilal’s various business ventures, starting with his BMZ Group which is the name implicated most often in the smuggling of illegal Iraqi and Islamic State through to the western supply chain, but for now here is a brief, if very disturbing snapshot, of both father and son Erdogan by F. William Engdahl, one which should make everyone ask whether the son of Turkey’s president (and thus, the father) is the silent mastermind who has been responsible for converting millions of barrels of Syrian Oil into hundreds of millions of dollars of Islamic State revenue.

Erdogan’s Dirty Dangerous ISIS Games

Ankara's oil business with ISIS

Ankara’s oil business with ISIS

Ankara’s oil business with ISIS
Moscow has accused Turkey of helping Islamic State in the illegal oil trade which helps finance the terrorist group. According to analysts, Russian airstrikes in Syria are disrupting the profitable deals for Turkish middlemen, including Ankara officials.
Turkish social media has posted photos of Turkish President Recep Erdogan’s son Necmettin Bilal having dinner in an Istanbul restaurant with an alleged ISIS leader, who it is claimed participated in massacres in Syria’s Homs and Rojava, the Kurdish name for Syrian Kurdistan or Western Kurdistan.
There is speculation Bilal Erdogan is directly involved in the black market oil business with Islamic State.

Erdogan Downed Su-24 to Revenge Son’s Disrupted Oil Business – Damascus

Erdogan Family Business

Erdogan Family Business

Turkey shot down Russia’s bomber as revenge for the destruction of oil smuggling business that belongs to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son, a Syrian minister stated

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Address

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has addressed journalists following the downing of the Russian Su-24 jet by an air-to-air missile launched from a Turkish F-16. On 25.11.2015:

~ New Turkish FM expressed regret over downing Russian Su-24 jet.
~ Evidence Turkey pre-planned shooting of Su-24.
~ Turkey warned of new response but data shows Su-24 was in Syria.
~ Lavrov calls Erdogan out on previous ‘brief invasion of airspace’ excuse.
~ Russia will re-assess bilateral ties with Turkey in light of attack on Su-24.
~ Russia not going to war with Turkey but have Q’s for leadership.
~ Russia tried to respect Turkey’s interests, to call for more balance from Ankara.
~ Moscow made no negative official stmts on Turkey, sought bilateral solutions .
~ We don’t want to target Turkish manufacturers or Russian companies.
~ Russia cannot ignore Turkish aggression. Info Ankara security supports terror.
~ Not revenge or hot-headed, Russian response to Turkey based on analysis.
~ There are 28 NATO members; we’ve got sources, Russian info of hot debate at closed-door meeting on Turkey.
~ Russia won’t shy away from contact – today’s telephone call with Turkish FM evidence of that.
~ US-led anti-ISIS coalition members using US weapons require permission to engage.
~ ISIS, Al-Nusra & other terrorists all named in Vienna accord, legit targets.
~ US supports Kurds, Turkey says they’re terrorists. It’s complicated.
~ Until armistice & Syria terrorist list is agreed we can’t move Vienna process forward.
~ Greek foreign minister called Lavrov, expressed solidarity with Russia. Mentioned 1,500 yearly Greek airspace violations by turkey.
~ All evidence says Turkey planned shooting down Su-24. Incident was well prepared ambush.
~ Oil and war booty sold, organ trafficking also noted in Turkey terrorist safe-zones.
~ Lavrov: Moscow ready to help Hollande get Syria-Turkey border closed to stop fueling militants.

Ethiopians Massacred in Libya is Part of EU Anti-Immigration Policy

Participants hold German national flags and a banner during a demonstration called by anti-immigration group PEGIDA in Dresden

Participants hold German national flags and a banner during a demonstration called by anti-immigration group PEGIDA in Dresden

There is no reason at all to mass kill Ethiopians anywhere in the World. They are just poor peaceful civilians seeking “better life” in Europe. The right and left of European politics are against receiving few numbers of African refugees who are determined to take the deadly sea crossing just for survival.

The EU way to terrorize Africans in taking the risk of coming to Europe is by showing immigrants that they could not only drown in the Mediterranean but also they face brutal beheading and shooting. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is a puppet of the West, no doubt indeed.

The governments of Western Europeans and are proving to the World their real disgusting criminality and disrespect to life and faiths. Western Europeans did not come to Africa legally or peacefully. They looted and they are still looting Africa. The wealth they enjoy is illegal. Europe must pay back to Africa or be forced to let Africans to get some of the stolen African wealth from Europe.

Otherwise, Europeans from all over the World, including the USA, Australia, Canada, Latin America and South Africa, must go back to Europe and leave Africa for Africans and for all other races. All Africans must defeat the purpose of such criminal EU Anti-Immigration Terrorist Policy by flooding all European countries with colonial history with African refugees and claim their legitimate rights.

Religious Extremism and Its Causes

Religious Extremism and Its Causes

Religious Extremism and Its Causes

Religious extremists, whether in Islam, Christianity, Judaism, or any other religion, know definitely that their logic is false and corrupt; and that their goals are illegitimate and fake.

But, they insist on their path despite their awareness of their deviation and its gravity for the following causes:
1. Lack of a sense of belonging to the nation; and the weakness of their citizenship in the state – So their alternative nation and state are a religious community and transnational organizations.
2. Inadequate education and failed practical achievement – and their veil to cover their inadequacy and failure are professional demagogic rhetoric and biased religious favoritism.
3. Failure in emotional feelings and defective sexual behavior – and their solution is to suppress feelings and dissemination of cruel ideas and practices.

From this perspective, and for these reasons it is illogical and unreasonable to negotiate or debate with religious extremists; but it is necessary and essential to correct the failures and deficiencies in the state and in the nation in the fields of citizenship and institutions, as well as in education and training and also in social relations and between the sexes.

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million

Where ISIS supporters tweet from in 2015

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million in 2015

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million in 2015

Source: independent.co.uk from: “Chart of the Day” With thanks to Statista.

 

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million in 2015

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million in 2015

Where ISIS supporters tweet from per million in 2015

 

USA and Turkey Sponsor Sunni Islamic Terrorists

 

USA and Turkey Sponsor Sunni Islamic Terrorists

USA and Turkey Sponsor Sunni Islamic Terrorists

America’s Allies Are Funding ISIS

Josh Rogin, The Daily Beast,
World News, 06.14.14,
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now threatening Baghdad, was funded for years by wealthy donors in Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, three U.S. allies that have dual agendas in the war on terror.

The extremist group that is threatening the existence of the Iraqi state was built and grown for years with the help of elite donors from American supposed allies in the Persian Gulf region. There, the threat of Iran, Assad, and the Sunni-Shiite sectarian war trumps the U.S. goal of stability and moderation in the region.

It’s an ironic twist, especially for donors in Kuwait (who, to be fair, back a wide variety of militias). ISIS has aligned itself with remnants of the Baathist regime once led by Saddam Hussein. Back in 1990, the U.S. attacked Iraq in order to liberate Kuwait from Hussein’s clutches. Now Kuwait is helping the rise of his successors.

As ISIS takes over town after town in Iraq, they are acquiring money and supplies including American made vehicles, arms, and ammunition. The group reportedly scored $430 million this week when they looted the main bank in Mosul. They reportedly now have a stream of steady income sources, including from selling oil in the Northern Syrian regions they control, sometimes directly to the Assad regime.

But in the years they were getting started, a key component of ISIS’s support came from wealthy individuals in the Arab Gulf States of Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Sometimes the support came with the tacit nod of approval from those regimes; often, it took advantage of poor money laundering protections in those states, according to officials, experts, and leaders of the Syrian opposition, which is fighting ISIS as well as the regime.

“Everybody knows the money is going through Kuwait and that it’s coming from the Arab Gulf,” said Andrew Tabler, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. “Kuwait’s banking system and its money changers have long been a huge problem because they are a major conduit for money to extremist groups in Syria and now Iraq.”

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has been publicly accusing Saudi Arabia and Qatar of funding ISIS for months. Several reports have detailed how private Gulf funding to various Syrian rebel groups has splintered the Syrian opposition and paved the way for the rise of groups like ISIS and others.
“The U.S. has made the case as strongly as they can to regional countries, including Kuwait. But ultimately when you take a hands off, leading from behind approach to things, people don’t take you seriously and they take matters into their own hands.”
Gulf donors support ISIS, the Syrian branch of al Qaeda called the al Nusrah Front, and other Islamic groups fighting on the ground in Syria because they feel an obligation to protect Sunnis suffering under the atrocities of the Assad regime. Many of these backers don’t trust or like the American backed moderate opposition, which the West has refused to provide significant arms to.

Under significant U.S. pressure, the Arab Gulf governments have belatedly been cracking down on funding to Sunni extremist groups, but Gulf regimes are also under domestic pressure to fight in what many Sunnis see as an unavoidable Shiite-Sunni regional war that is only getting worse by the day.

“ISIS is part of the Sunni forces that are fighting Shia forces in this regional sectarian conflict. They are in an existential battle with both the (Iranian aligned) Maliki government and the Assad regime,” said Tabler. “The U.S. has made the case as strongly as they can to regional countries, including Kuwait. But ultimately when you take a hands off, leading from behind approach to things, people don’t take you seriously and they take matters into their own hands.”

Donors in Kuwait, the Sunni majority Kingdom on Iraq’s border, have taken advantage of Kuwait’s weak financial rules to channel hundreds of millions of dollars to a host of Syrian rebel brigades, according to a December 2013 report by The Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank that receives some funding from the Qatari government.

“Over the last two and a half years, Kuwait has emerged as a financing and organizational hub for charities and individuals supporting Syria’s myriad rebel groups,” the report said. “Today, there is evidence that Kuwaiti donors have backed rebels who have committed atrocities and who are either directly linked to al-Qa’ida or cooperate with its affiliated brigades on the ground.”

Kuwaiti donors collect funds from donors in other Arab Gulf countries and the money often travels through Turkey or Jordan before reaching its Syrian destination, the report said. The governments of Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia have passed laws to curb the flow of illicit funds, but many donors still operate out in the open. The Brookings paper argues the U.S. government needs to do more.

“The U.S. Treasury is aware of this activity and has expressed concern about this flow of private financing. But Western diplomats’ and officials’ general response has been a collective shrug,” the report states.

When confronted with the problem, Gulf leaders often justify allowing their Salafi constituents to fund Syrian extremist groups by pointing back to what they see as a failed U.S. policy in Syria and a loss of credibility after President Obama reneged on his pledge to strike Assad after the regime used chemical weapons.

That’s what Prince Bandar bin Sultan, head of Saudi intelligence since 2012 and former Saudi ambassador in Washington, reportedly told Secretary of State John Kerry when Kerry pressed him on Saudi financing of extremist groups earlier this year. Saudi Arabia has retaken a leadership role in past months guiding help to the Syrian armed rebels, displacing Qatar, which was seen as supporting some of the worst of the worst organizations on the ground.

The rise of ISIS, a group that officially broke with al Qaeda core last year, is devastating for the moderate Syrian opposition, which is now fighting a war on two fronts, severely outmanned and outgunned by both extremist groups and the regime. There is increasing evidence that Assad is working with ISIS to squash the Free Syrian Army.

But the Syrian moderate opposition is also wary of confronting the Arab Gulf states about their support for extremist groups. The rebels are still competing for those governments’ favor and they are dependent on other types of support from Arab Gulf countries. So instead, they blame others—the regimes in Tehran and Damascus, for examples—for ISIS’ rise.

Christians Are Being Slaughtered By Islamic Terrorists … But Sadly, the U.S. Is Supporting the Terrorists

Christians Are Being Persecuted By Islamic Terrorists, Christians are being persecuted by Islamic terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

Posted on August 11, 2014 by WashingtonsBlog,

The “ISIS” Islamic terrorists have literally CRUCIFIED people in Iraq recently, and have marked the houses of Christians … presumably for execution.

They have told Christians in Mosel, “convert to Islam or die“. They have pulled down crosses at churches in Iraq. Thousands of residents of Iraq’s biggest Christian town have been forced to flee their homes as the ISIS killers overran their town and said: “leave, convert or die“.

The ISIS terrorists are not only beheading adult Christians, but they are systematically beheading CHILDREN.

In Syria, rebels fighting against the Syrian government told Christians, “Either you convert to Islam or you will be beheaded.” Syrian rebels slit the throat of Christian man who refused to convert to Islam, taunting his fiance by yelling: “Jesus didn’t come to save him!” And – like the Islamic terrorists in Iraq – they’ve CRUCIFIED Christians.

Hold Turkey and Saudi Arabia Accountable
Michael Rubin | Commentary Magazine 06.16.2014 – 5:30 PM

The Obama administration is looking for some low-cost magic bullet to resolve the mess in Iraq, never mind that its search for a similar remedy in Syria hasn’t materialized. As Max Boot ably demonstrates, reaching out to Iran shouldn’t be the solution: Iran might go in—and, indeed, already has—but it won’t leave. Just look at Lebanon, where Hezbollah continues to wreak havoc 14 years after Israel’s withdrawal.

That said, while Iran has sponsored terrorism that has killed countless Iraqis and scores of Americans in Iraq, and continues to arm and fund hardcore sectarian militias which undercut reconciliation in Iraq, it is as important to recognize that Saudi Arabia and its promotion of radical Islam has historically been as poisonous as the Islamic Republic of Iran (if not more so). Saudi authorities have cracked down slightly after suffering their own blowback a decade ago, but many Saudi charities continue to fund extremism and hate.

Turkey, meanwhile, has become a state sponsor of terrorism in all but official U.S. designation. It has embraced Hamas, helped finance Iran through the sanctions regime, and become an underground railroad through which most foreign jihadis and al-Qaeda wannabes pass on their way into Syria. When pressed, all Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç could say was that Turkey had not supplied the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) with arms; evidence that it provided other logistical support and a safe-haven is overwhelming. Even though ISIS holds 49 Turks hostage in Mosul, the Turkish government refuses to condemn ISIS as a terrorist group. Demanding Turkey stop playing a double game on ISIS is doable, unlike putting boots on the ground in Iraq.

Since the current ISIS/Baathist uprising in Iraq started, Turkey’s behavior has been absolutely reprehensible. There have been photographs circulated in Turkey of an ISIS commander recovering at a Turkish hospital in Hatay. While Turkey claims medical treatment for ISIS terrorists wounded in Syria (or Iraq) is a humanitarian act, the same Turkish government prosecutes doctors who treat protestors wounded in demonstrations against the Turkish government’s authoritarianism in Istanbul.

On Friday, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu complained that the media was portraying ISIS unfairly. Turkey may finally have declared the Nusra Front a terrorist group—only after the group stopped obeying Turkish direction—but it has apparently yet to impose the same designation on ISIS, a group too radical even for al-Qaeda. Iraqi press reports suggest that Iraqi forces have arrested four Turkish officers helping train ISIS in Iraq; while the Turks have denied that accusation, it seems there’s some fire causing that smoke. If any Turkish officer took part in training a terrorist group that has reportedly summarily executed more than 2,000 soldiers, then it is hard to conclude that Turkey does not have blood on its hands.

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is no angel, but to blame Iraq’s Shi’ites or a democratically elected government that includes Arabs and Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites and Christians, men and women is unfair. The current strife in Iraq is not because of Shi’ite intolerance but rather because of intolerance of the Shi’ites. Those who say the uprising could have been averted if only Maliki had given more perks, positions, and goodies to Sunni Arabs misunderstand the fact that what Iraqis are fighting against is a noxious and hateful ideology, not simply grievance.

Never again will Iraq be dominated by a small Sunni minority. Nor should it. Shi’ites cannot be expected to sit idly by when Saudi- and Turkish-supported radical groups brag about their plans for genocide against the Shi’ites. It’s important to check Iranian ambitions and to reinforce that Iran does not represent all Shi’ites. If the United States truly wants to encourage peace in Iraq, however, it is time to acknowledge that Shi’ites too have legitimate grievances and face a deadly challenge, one embarrassingly that has a return address in Riyadh and Ankara.

Is Turkey going to reconsider its Sunni sectarian policy in Syria?

Wednesday, 25 September 2013, Turkey Analyst
By Halil M. Karaveli (vol. 6, no. 17 of the Turkey Analyst)

Turkey may not yet be ready to reexamine its Syria policy and to acknowledge that it bears a share of the responsibility for the present state of affairs in Syria. The official Turkish narrative is that things in Syria would have been much different if only the “moderates”, “the ones who are working for democracy” that Turkey has supported had been assisted by the United States. What Turkey needs to do in response to the growing security threat that Syria represents is to make sure that the impression that Turkey is committed to promoting a sectarian, Arab Sunni cause in Syria is dispelled. President Gül’s statement that Turkey is making a “significant effort” to remove the jihadist threat on its border is a hopeful sign.

BACKGROUND: When the uprising against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria began in 2011, the Turkish government, which had enjoyed close relations with al-Assad, initially attempted to use its influence to moderate the response of the Baath regime to the uprising. Turkey’s foreign minister Ahmet Davutoğlu made several calls to Damascus, reportedly urging President al-Assad to find ways to accommodate the protesters. When it became clear that the Syrian regime had no intention to heed the advice of its friends in Ankara, Turkey reversed course; Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who reportedly felt personally insulted by the refusal of al-Assad to follow recommendations, took his hands from his former friend and called for his resignation. From that point on, in September 2011, Turkey became one of the main sponsors of the Sunni rebellion. The Muslim Brotherhood-dominated Sunni rebel movement was allowed to set up headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey supplied critical logistical support to the rebels, and has called for a military intervention in support of their cause.

The Turkish government did not hide its disappointment when the United States and Russia reached a deal to disarm the chemical weapons of Syria. In an interview with the Washington Post on September 24, Turkey’s president Abdullah Gül reiterated the official Turkish position. Gül said that he does not see the U.S.-Russia framework agreement as a solution to the Syria crisis and that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad must go. “The discussion on Syria should not be reduced only to a discussion of chemical weapons,” Gül stated. In an interview on the website of Foreign Affairs on September 24, the Turkish president said that “the chemical weapons issue should not distract us from the bigger concerns we all have about Syria. There has to be a very strong, decisive political strategy in order to stop what is going on there.”

Commenting that the agreement leaves al-Assad in power, Gül said in the interview in the Washington Post “that’s not something we can live with.” “If we leave things on their own, there is a danger that what is happening in Afghanistan will happen on the shores of the Mediterranean, and no one can tolerate that,” he made clear.

The statements of the Turkish president reflect the growing apprehension that the civil war in Syria is going to have – indeed already has – effects that spill over into Turkish territory. The influx of five hundred thousand refugees has already destabilized the border region of Turkey, most notably the Hatay province, where the massive influx of Sunni refugees has put the sizeable Arab Alawite population in the province on edge.

But the risks for Turkey are not confined to the border region. The Syrian civil war, and more precisely Turkey’s adoption of the Sunni cause there, has created anger among the minority Alevis in Turkey.(See 11 September 2013 Turkey Analyst) The Alevis do not share the same creed as the Alawites in Syria, but they have nonetheless become unsettled by the support that the Turkish government has lent to the Sunni rebels; from an Alevi perspective, this is yet another expression of the traditional Sunni hostility toward what is seen as “heretics”. If Turkey persists in supporting the Sunni rebels, the sectarian fault line in the country that divides Sunnis and Alevis will continue to widen dangerously.

The Turkish government also risks alienating its Kurdish population. Turkey has made clear that it will not tolerate the attempt of the Kurds in Syria to establish self-rule; and it has put force behind those words. Jihadist rebels, foremost among them the Jabhat al-Nusra which has pledged allegiance to al-Qaeda, have continued to battle the Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, just across the border to Turkey, since the end of 2012. Turkey has denied the charges that it has been supporting these rebels; these assurances notwithstanding, it is clear that the jihadist militants are allowed free passage to and from Turkey and that they would not have been able to carry out their attacks against the Kurds without the Turkish authorities turning a blind eye to them.(See 30 May 2013 Turkey Analyst) Until recently, the Turkish government has also declined to depict Jabhat al-Nusra as a terrorist organization, which the United States does.

Obama to the rescue – of Hamas

By CAROLINE B. GLICK, 07/22/2014 21:03, The Jerusalem Post,
Presently, Hamas’s most outspoken state sponsors are Qatar and Turkey.

As Israel’s Calcalist newspaper reported earlier this week, Qatar is Hamas’s biggest and most important financier, a role it plays as well for ISIS, al Nusra, the Muslim Brotherhood and various jihadist groups in Libya.

Turkey for its part is aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Like Qatar, Turkey has also been a major supporter of ISIS and al Nusra, as well as Hamas. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s slander against Israel has grown so hysterical in recent weeks that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who has been trying to downplay Turkey’s animosity, called him out on his open anti-Semitism.

By Tuesday morning, IDF forces in Gaza had destroyed 23 tunnels. The number of additional tunnels is still unknown.

While Israel had killed 183 terrorists, it appeared that most of the terrorists killed were in the low to middle ranks of Hamas’s leadership hierarchy.

Hamas’s senior commanders, as well as its political leadership have hunkered down in hidden tunnel complexes.

In other words, Israel is making good progress.

But it hasn’t completed its missions. It needs several more days of hard fighting.

Recognizing this, Israel’s newfound Muslim allies have not been pushing for a cease-fire.

In contrast, the Obama administration is insisting on concluding a cease-fire immediately.

As Israel has uncovered the scope of Hamas’s infrastructure of murder and terror, the US has acted with the UN, Turkey and Qatar to pressure Israel (and Egypt) to agree to a cease-fire and so end IDF operations against Hamas before the mission is completed.

To advance this goal, US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Cairo on Monday night with an aggressive plan to force on Israel a cease-fire Hamas and its state sponsors will accept.

As former ambassador to the US Michael Oren told the media, it is clear that neither Israel nor Egypt invited Kerry to come over. Their avoidance of Kerry signals clearly that the US’s two most important allies in the Middle East do not trust US President Barack Obama’s intentions.

And their distrust is entirely reasonable.

The State Department has openly applauded Turkey and Qatar for their involvement in attempts to achieve a cease-fire. Last week Israeli officials alleged that the US was responsible for Hamas’s rejection of the Egyptian cease-fire proposal. By attempting to coerce Egypt to accept Qatar and Turkey as its partners in mediation, Obama signaled to Hamas’s leaders that they should hold out for a better deal.

Due to Turkey’s membership in NATO and the glamour of the Qatari royal family, many Westerners find it hard to believe that they are major sponsors of terrorism. But it is true. Turkey and Qatar are playing a double game.

While sending his ambassador to Brussels for NATO meetings, Erdogan has been transforming Turkey from an open, pro-Western society allied with Israel into a closed, anti-Semitic and anti-American society that sponsors Hamas, ISIL, al Nusra and other terrorists groups.

As for Qatar, the tiny natural gas superpower presents itself to Americans as their greatest ally in the Muslim world. The emirate gives hundreds of millions of dollars to US universities to open campuses in Doha and pretends it is a progressive, open society, replete with debating societies.

Qatar hosts three major US military bases on its territory. And it is becoming one of the most important clients for US military contractors. Earlier this year Qatar signed an $11.4 billion dollar arms agreement with the US.

At the same time, according to the Calacalist report, Qatar is the major bankroller of ISIS and al Nusra in Syria and Iraq. It gives $50 million a month to jihadists in Libya. It gives Hamas $100m. in annual aid. And in the past two years Doha has provided Hamas with an additional $620m. dollars, including $250m. it transferred to Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal’s personal bank account, and $350m. in military aid to Hamas, transferred after the Egyptian military forced the Muslim Brotherhood government from power last July.

Add to that the $100m. per year that Qatar pours into Al Jazeera’s satellite network – which has dedicated itself to undermining pro-Western Arab regimes while popularizing the likes of al-Qaida and Hamas, and Qatar is the largest financier of international jihad in the world.

Rather than notice that Qatar and Turkey are playing a double game, and treat them with suspicion, the Obama administration has embraced them.

Chances that Kerry will secure a cease-fire in the near future are small. In all likelihood, the government will be able to buy the time necessary to complete the mission in whole or large part. But the fact that the US has chosen at this juncture in the operation – with Israel enjoying unprecedented support from the most important Sunni states in the region – to side with Hamas and its state sponsors in their demand for an immediate cease-fire speaks volumes about the transformation of US foreign policy under Obama’s leadership.

Marketing Old Weapons; War Is Good!

Marketing Old Weapons; War Is Good

Marketing Old Weapons; War Is Good

Companies and governments producing all sorts of weapons do not stop production of newer weapons. They are very big and very influential businesses. The big stocks of old weapons create problems and opportunities at the same time. To sell such old weapons there must violence that makes purchases of any weapons a necessity. Peace is an unproductive environment for the weapons-producing companies and governments.

The marketing tactics of old weapons is obviously undeclared. If you have one thousand old piece of weapon then you must give away a hundred of them to bandits. The rest of this stock will be definitely bought by the poor government where those bandits cause havoc. This is exactly how groups like Boko Haram in and around Nigeria are getting advanced weapons and that is why the Government of Nigeria are buying weapons and give away their oil revenues and sovereignty for peanuts. This is exactly the same around Israel; in Syria; in DR Congo; Ukraine; Libya; Gulf Arab states; South America; and South East Asia.

Terrorist groups and illegitimate rebels do not get weapons and money from heaven. They are just Western tools for marketing old stocks and avoid peace that will make them rot and bankrupt.

Europeans weapon businesses (White race in Europe; USA; Africa; and the rest of the World) are the sources of all such horrendous evils. Violence; wars; and fake revolutions or “springs” are businesses; and business is good. Getting free or cheap weapons entice any fool to start endless spiral of modern slavery.