Israeli Factor in Syrian Conflict Unveiled

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Oct 14, 2013
 
Interesting!

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Oct 14, 2013
 
Yawn. It is always about zionism. They will carve Obama's image on Mount Zion when he dies.
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Oct 14, 2013
 
“The greatest danger to Israel is by the strategic arc that extends from Tehran, to Damascus to Beirut. And we saw the Assad regime as the keystone in that arc,” Oren added.

And that’s really the crux of the Syrian conflict: Dismantling this “arc” has been all throughout the conflict the pronounced strategy of the U.S.-led so-called “Friends of Syria,” who are themselves the friends of Israel.
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Nice to read confirmation of my posts of a year ago.

This 'arc' was actually empowered by the US invasion of Iraq, replacing Sunni with Shi'ite rule.

Another 'blowback' of unintended consequences. If Washington made the decision, it should live with the consequences and 'man it up'. As it is, it's coming off like the losing chess player that in a tantrum, flips the board and walks out yelling 'tie!'.
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Oct 14, 2013
 
The crux of the problem is that both Sunni and Shi'a have problems with Israel and the Palestinian issue. Israel is bound to seek short term advantage in playing one against the other. Remove Saddam, empower Iran. Remove Assad, empower Saudi Arabia, the nexus of worldwide jihad. Has Washington sworn a blood oath to follow Israel's strategy of short-term advantage? A very dangerous and risky, if not foolhardy, game IMO.

We need some serious leadership here, decoupled from special interest lobbies that keep fumbling for the light switch in a darkened room.

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