Category: Middle East

The Geopolitics of Gaza Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

This article deals with the Gaza War, and it has given the US a chance to shift the media headlines on its humiliating defeat in Ukraine, and the impending collapse on Wall Street. The US is doubling down on Gaza for several reasons, one of which I have stated now. The other is the Rockefeller […]

October 7th – What Really Happened

Three weeks after the Hamas breakout assault on Israel on 7 October, a clearer picture of what happened – who died, and who killed – is now beginning to emerge. Instead of the wholesale massacre of civilians claimed by Israel, incomplete figures published by the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz show that almost half the Israelis killed that day were […]

Gaza – Facts on the Ground Part 2(of a 2 Part Article)

The story continues from Part 1. The devastation in Gaza is unprecedented. Below are some photos: Putin’s Message Meeting with leaders of Russia’s religious communities at the Kremlin, Putin addressed the current conflict in the Middle East and warned that “Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and Russophobia” were being used as weapons against a multipolar world. “The West sees how […]

Gaza – Facts on the Ground Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Hamas Hamas won elections in Gaza in 2006. Since then, Israel has been attacking Gaza every few years- due to removing Gaza ownership over these gas fields. In the beginning of these conflicts, Hamas was often defeated by the IDF. But, over the past 15 years, Hamas learnt, improved, and became a powerful force to […]

The Gaza War Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

The Current War On Wednesday, October 4th, a group of 800 Jewish settlers invaded Al Aqsa Mosque, under protection from the Israeli police. This invasion of the mosque has been increasing over the past few years, and it acts like a trigger for the Palestinians. This last elicited a response from Palestinian groups resisting Israel. […]

Re-Balancing the Middle East Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

 Russia & China in the Middle East By the series of actions in recent months in Iraq and across the Middle East, Washington has forced a strategic shift towards China and to an extent Russia and away from the United States. If events continue on the present trajectory it can well be that a main […]

Re-Balancing the Middle East Part 2 (of a 3 Part Series)

The Arab World, Turkey & Iran The Region’s Flash-points The world is in turmoil. 2020 has already brought major multiple crises, with the Iranian-American clash in Iraq which followed the US assassination of Major General Qassem Soleimani, and the COVID-19 health pandemic and economic disaster that followed.  None of this, however, prevented America from imposing even […]

Re-Balancing the Middle East Part 1 (of a 3 Part Series)

Israel & the Middle East Introduction It would be best if we explain the key aim of the 2 families. Both want a one-world government – each for their own reason. The Rockefeller family began this journey in the aftermath of World War 1, when the founder built the League of Nations building in Geneva […]

Why Was Beirut Nuked?

Why Was Beirut Nuked?  On the 4th of August, the Beirut port was hit with a mini – nuke. In any incident, such as this, one question one must ask is, “who benefits?” The answer is, of course, Israel. Now, the question becomes, – “WHY?” To answer this, it would be wise to go back […]

The Qasem Soleimani Hit – Why?

Background.  There were 4 major trends happening in Iraq, and its convergence led to a blow-up in the country, followed by the death of Qasem Soleimani.  They are as follows ; The frustration of the Iraqi people at the government and  the undue and resentful influence of Iran in Iraq; the role of outside powers […]

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