After Western, particularly American, forces began to carry out their plans in Libya, step by step until they were ready to repeat the Iraq scenario by talking about the possibility of ground forces entering the territory to the Atlantic.
When the fighting began, some countries were opposed to the no-fly zone and some [Read more]
They only want to encourage those trying to sow discord between the sons of a unified Syrian people by playing to those conspiring against Syria who are working to weaken, fragment and paralyze Syria’s central role in confronting and resisting the American-Zionist plan.
Of course, their goal is, first and foremost, oil.
Do the U.S. and Israel feel what’s been happening in the Arab world or are they completely surprised, swept away by a wave of events? Their efforts to restrain, control, and redirect events are clearly evident to every observer.
However, the rationale for political intervention is present, at least in the minds of [Read more]
It is clear that America has a frantic desire to direct intervention in Libya, after a series of equivocating steps that will open the door wide to the suppressed appetite for restoration of the role that had always been a cornerstone of U.S. interests.
The suddenness of the logistics preparation — and the [Read more]
We do not exaggerate if we say that the CIA is the most important American agency for foreign intelligence, and America has the right (or so they brag) to get information on what is happening in these areas, without forgetting the role played by the Agency in wars against other countries that America has rushed into. [Read more]
U.S. concern is not neutral now. It never has been.
Since the beginning of the ongoing events in Egypt, the numerous comments issued by Washington have reflected the positions which were sometimes strange and sometimes contradictory. The evidence proves the state of confusion over both the desire to formulate a position for Israel and the fears of the potential for [Read more]
Over the past 20 days, people around the world, including Arabs, have discovered as never before that Israel's safety and security are the main reasons for the U.S. presence in the Middle East. This takes precedence over even America’s vital interests, whatever the nature of its presence [in the region]. [Read more]
America made frantic moves, and Israel feared for future developments after the success of the popular protests in Egypt and the ousting of Hosni Mubarak’s regime.
The moves and the fear are not for the future of the Egyptian people and the future of the revolution, and the desire to protect them, but rather concern [Read more]