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US Secret Games in Syria

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US Secret Games in Syria


World media, as well as analysts who are following the development of the situation in the Greater Middle East, noted the clear satisfaction with which Syrian President Bashar Asad met with the overthrow of his Egyptian counterpart by the military. The military coup in Egypt was commented on by Assad unusually. “This is the end of political Islam,” he said.

Unusually in this statement, the Syrian leader, instead of reacting to specific events - military intervention in the political fate of the legitimately elected president - makes a generalization of historical and philosophical nature, the meaning of which goes far beyond the current events in Egypt. The obvious satisfaction that Assad experienced from the overthrow and arrest of Mursi cannot be explained only by the reaction to the unfriendly demarches of the Egyptian President to the official Syria. In the end, we are talking about mistakes committed by a particular politician, a man completely inexperienced in international affairs and clearly not understanding the background of what is happening in the world. At worst, you can have claims to the very movement of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, but from such claims to a loud statement about the end of "political Islam" is a very big distance!

US hand in the Egyptian coup [/
b]

Perhaps the main reason for the defeat (by the way, far from final) of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt was their weak rootedness in real political Islam, their extreme ideological and methodological naivety. In fact, the Muslim Brotherhood in the largest country in the Arab world behaved much more like the Salvation Army or Opus Dei in the Western world, rather than a political Islamic organization that sets itself the specific tasks of the struggle for power both inside and - perhaps more importantly, outside their own country.

At the moment, it is well known that the initiator of the overthrow of Mursi by the army is the United States. Susan Rice put an ultimatum to the Egyptian president, cornered with the staff of his government. Mursi’s refusal led to an immediate order from Mrs. Rice to order Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi to begin the defeat of Ikhvanist power in the country. The Americans handed over to the Egyptian army three separate proscription lists. In the first, Mursi and the closest figures of the Ikhvan Movement were listed, in particular, the Murshid (supreme mentor) of the Movement and his deputy; the second list featured the three hundred most prominent figures of the Muslim Brotherhood; the third list demanded that the Egyptian armed forces “clean up” seven thousand acting officials who had managed to enter the state apparatus for that year that Mursi was in power.

President Assad could not, of course, be unaware of the key role that the United States played in dismantling the "Islamist" government in post-Mubarak Egypt. For a superficial observer, it may seem that there is a clear discrepancy here: after all, Obama is considered almost the main opponent of official Damascus, who constantly require Assad to go into political oblivion. It is customary to think that it is the evil will of the White House that stands behind the coalition of the "Friends of Syria", who allegedly are investing "huge amounts of money" and "mountains of armaments" in support of the anti-Assad opposition. This popular stamp doesn’t correspond only to the fact that several actors involved in the Syrian events have received serious political blows, while, despite the powerful anti-Assad coalition led at once by “all Western governments”, Damascus has been fighting off all attacks with big losses for the representatives of "political Islam" fighting against him.

[b] “Political boomerang” for members of the anti-Syrian coalition


The main victim in the Syrian civil war is the international movement "Muslim Brotherhood" (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimin). Erdogan's regime, who enthusiastically led Turkey into a bloody destabilization on the territory of its neighbor, eventually received, figuratively speaking, “a hole below the waterline”. Massive speeches of liberals in several dozens of Turkish cities, launched by the “environmental provocation” mechanism, one of the traditional reasons for unwinding the “color revolutions”, sharply lowered both the rating of the Prime Minister and his party inside the country and Turkey’s international rating as a stable, powerful state claiming to be one of the regional poles of the modern world. But after all, of all non-Arab Islamic politicians, Erdogan is closest to the political philosophy and spirit of Ikhvanism, being practically a partner of this movement, albeit in a “neo-Ottoman” version.

The second scandal directly related to the Muslim Brotherhood in big politics was the abdication of the Emir of Qatar, the sponsor and patron of Ikhvanism in Egypt itself, but also in Palestine and Libya. In fact, this renunciation was a recognition of the failure of Qatar’s policy in Syria and it also took place at the request of the United States shortly before the Egyptian army received an order from overseas to defeat the protege of the now former emir.

The third component of Ikhvanism suffered by Syria was Hamas. His leadership split in its position on the Syrian civil war. Some figures, such as Marzouk, opposed Assad, while others, such as Khaled Mash'al, disavowed them. It would be naive to assert that the status of Hamas, as the leading force of the Palestinian resistance, was not affected by this split.

The final at the moment was a military coup against their wins in Egypt. It is impossible to ignore the fact that it took place exactly after Mursi designated his anti-Assad (and anti-Shiite) position and called on the Egyptians to participate in jihad against official Damascus. In this context, Erdogan’s indignation about the fate that befell his Egyptian counterpart is understandable and logical. But the joy of Bashar al-Assad seems no less understandable: too many facts indicate that Obama’s real goal is not a change of power in Damascus, but, first and foremost, the defeat of political Islam, as in the field where there is armed confrontation between the Syrian Arab army and a wide range of "Islamist" forces, and in international politics, where "political Islam" (or what replaces it today) managed to move into real power structures.

Consequences of the Egyptian coup for the region


Against the background of a uniquely negative assessment of the displacement of Mursi, given by the Prime Minister of Turkey, the Iranian leadership takes a rather dual position. This duality reflects the fact that, undoubtedly, Mursi, as it is not regrettable to speak about the Muslim, who is in his current situation, suffers, first of all, through his own fault. Nothing more than political inadequacy can be attributed to his flirting with the US (part of which was an attempt to join the anti-Syrian coalition), his sabotage to lift the blockade from Gaza and the shameful undermining of the tunnels that are Palestinians in isolation there. Against this background, the call for confrontation with Shiites looks like the smallest faux pas, although it should be noted that in this case Mursi also scandalously violated the tradition of the Muslim Brotherhood, coming from their main ideologue Said Qutb. After all, this thinker who became a shahid (insha'Allah) spoke out against “Umayyadism” in the writings of Ibn Teimiyah and Muhammad bin Abdel-Wahhab, which is the basis of the anti-Shiite hate syndrome in Salafis.

This is on the one hand. But on the other - and this is much more important - on the orders of the United States, a regime was destroyed that opposed the interests of Saudi Arabia and objectively, at least in the short term, weakened the general positions of the West in the region. The overthrow of Mursi, according to Obama, should lead to the restoration of the Neomubarak regime, which will be supported by Saudi Arabia. Relief to the Palestinians will not bring it, but the overall balance of power will worsen, of course, in favor of the United States and Israel.

Why did the US ignore all, to put it mildly, Mursi’s unwise attempts to label himself as a non-hostile politician interested at any cost in peace with Israel? First of all, it’s not a fact that Obama highly appreciated Mursi’s willingness to bend over to the Zionist entity. In the end, a serious restriction of free hand in relation to Netanyahu and his right-wing gang is also on the agenda of the current owner of the White House. But most importantly: Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood simply did not appear in the American project of the Egyptian Future after Mubarak. Mursi did not fit the plans.

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Comparing the fate of the presidents of Syria and Egypt should be sufficient for the understanding: on the one hand, the “whole West” with its Arab allies and Turkey, in addition, relying on the armed force of enthusiasts who are not afraid of death, cannot move the president of a relatively small country for two years on the other hand, the president legitimately elected by the majority of the population of the largest country in the Arab world is “reset” in a matter of weeks. Isn’t it time for political scientists to reconsider their views on how the Western “agenda” actually reads?
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  1. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 21 July 2013 07: 02 New
    15
    “This is the end of political Islam,” Assad said to the point !!!
    1. Nicholas C.
      Nicholas C. 21 July 2013 10: 54 New
      17
      In the ranks of the Islamist killers of the moderate Muslims of Syria, panic and confusion in the minds. How is it that they zealously killed women and children, ate the insides of their enemies for greens: either the banner of Allah, or American candy wrappers - and here we must look for a conspiracy that is deeper than their conspiracy. Assad, to whom they destroyed the country, killed a lot of people, you can understand. Let them demonstrate that this will be the case with every dog ​​that has betrayed its brothers.
      1. Sakhalininsk
        Sakhalininsk 21 July 2013 12: 23 New
        +7
        Quote: Nikolay S.
        Panic and dismay in the ranks of Islamist killers of moderate Syrian Muslims


        Well, there is reason to panic and confusion, if earlier such tricks slipped through, now they are being asked from them for the "arts" in all severity, and they are so stubborn ... they would have more and more somebody weak and torture the unarmed, and here, after all, bad Syrian soldiers shoot their skulls and inhumane shoot down cannons, and it’s not fair and unfair ... in general, a complete upset.
    2. Warrawar
      Warrawar 21 July 2013 15: 30 New
      +3
      Quote: MIKHAN
      “This is the end of political Islam,” Assad said to the point !!!

      And thank God!
    3. Revolver
      Revolver 21 July 2013 23: 42 New
      +1
      Quote: MIKHAN
      “This is the end of political Islam,” Assad said to the point !!!

      It's not over yet. Not even the beginning of the end. Unfortunately...
      Now, if everyone wanted to fuck 72 (since he was not mistaken in tsifiri) the virgins went to them ...
    4. Gluxar_
      Gluxar_ 22 July 2013 01: 55 New
      +1
      Assad told the truth, but the article is somehow vyser.

      The main leitmotif of the article leads us to the competent covert management of all processes by the omnipotent United States. The truth is that Assad has been holding on for the third year only because he is right and his people are behind him. Mursi fell because it is a weak figure. Do not forget how Mursi came to power. He was allowed to do this in order to “reassure” both the people and the Islamists during the growing bloody bath of the “Arab spring”. however, he came only as a compromise figure, and to those who knew it was clear that this would not be for long. As a result, everything just happened, the Arab boomerang reached the peak of removal and began the return move.
      The United States missed out on the “Arab spring” and the war for Syria, and now they are trying to jump into the outgoing train.
    5. Hunghuz
      Hunghuz 22 July 2013 06: 15 New
      +2
      hi Why is the main headquarters of the Muslim brothers located in London ??? In the same place where the headquarters of the Basmach organizations of Central Asia was before the war .........? suggests an analogy)
  2. serge-68-68
    serge-68-68 21 July 2013 07: 03 New
    10
    There is nothing surprising in the "zeroing" Mursi there. Egyptian military annually receive more than $ 1 billion of “targeted” money for their loved ones. Moreover, I do not remember exactly, but almost from the time of Sadat. They did not intervene when they overthrew Mubarak, they easily took off the Mursi. In both cases, they simply complied with the owner’s order. The Syrian army is dependent only on its president and state.
    And with the Saudis, the United States has very old and strong ties. Only the Yankees believe that they will be able to keep them in the right framework ... The Mujahideen’s experience taught them nothing. It's a pity.
    Recently there was a good article in a Turkish publication about moderate Islam, radical Islam, and the role of the United States in all this disgrace.
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 21 July 2013 16: 47 New
      +4
      Quote: serge-68-68
      Recently there was a good article in a Turkish publication about moderate Islam, radical Islam, and the role of the United States in all this disgrace.

      Muslim brothers are a project of the American CIA, let's say this is not a very successful project. When the Americans realized that the situation was getting out of their hands, they forgively replaced one with another.
      The new government of Egypt is as dependent on the US as the old!
  3. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 21 July 2013 07: 07 New
    13
    Mursi thought he was the main in Egypt, but no, the main laughing As for the joy of Assad, whether he knew or not, but nevertheless he was rightly glad that he had no contact with the United States. To Erdogan it can come, although there is not, it hurts dumb.
    1. Shumka
      Shumka 21 July 2013 07: 12 New
      +3
      This confused Rice most of all the act of overlord — would the juop not crack her? A lot of honor to her, but they put a hand.
    2. AVV
      AVV 21 July 2013 12: 07 New
      +1
      Everything is going in the right direction !!!
  4. andrei332809
    andrei332809 21 July 2013 07: 09 New
    +2
    and for whom is this a secret? except for the residents of pin d0
    PS.a "results", where? Where is the "results"? (Rephrasing the movie "brother rabbit")
  5. valokordin
    valokordin 21 July 2013 07: 30 New
    +2
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    To Erdogan it can come, although there is not, it hurts dumb.

    When Putin met with Erdogan, I had the impression that the Turks would understand the need to curtail anti-Syrian activity, and the president would begin to put economic pressure on Sokolov (Erdogan). But neither one nor the other happened. I had to suspect Putin of unwillingness to strengthen Assad’s support with weapons, and when it became known that the S-300 was not delivered to Syria, the suspicion grew stronger. Now, as you can see, Sokolov is put in an awkward position and it will be difficult for him to get out of it.
  6. KazaK Bo
    KazaK Bo 21 July 2013 07: 43 New
    +5
    it is well known that the initiator of the overthrow of Mursi by the army is the United States

    And who would doubt it! After all, all the leaders of the Egyptian army who committed the overthrow of the ICRC, graduates of American military schools. It is also well known that those who study in the USA have certain ADEPT obligations of the Amer’s policy after graduation ... And now ... the team has arrived ... they put it under the hood for execution. This is the answer to those who everywhere and everywhere oppose the training of various cadres in our country in RUSSIA ...
    The Americans gave the Egyptian army three separate proxy lists.

    I am sure that even in RUSSIA, the Amers have such lists ... as well as detailed dossiers on a lot of officials ... especially those who appeared in front of the West in corruption ... and they will surely hand over to the WATERFUL prepared by the Amers and appointed by them REVOLUTIONS ...
    You read the article of the Chairman of the Islamic Committee in RUSSIA and you see tears in his eyes - this is how he experiences the failure of the aggressive wing of the fundamentalist Islamists ... Yes, you can understand it ... the great idea of ​​creating a world caliphate on the wreckage of Western democracy is postponed .... Alas, I have no sympathy in this for G. JEMAL.
    1. a
      a 21 July 2013 08: 25 New
      +5
      Quote: KazaK Bo
      I am sure that in RUSSIA amers have such lists ... as well as detailed dossiers on a lot of officials.


      Well then carry a blizzard. there will be no listings. and even passed on to someone. everything will be much easier. they will press on the most painful place of officials - on their accounts abroad, on their business abroad, on their households living abroad. and quietly and without dust, officials will do whatever the Americans want. it’s easier and cheaper than compiling some lists and transferring them to someone
      1. omsbon
        omsbon 21 July 2013 08: 55 New
        +3
        Quote: uno
        to the most painful place of officials - to their accounts abroad, to their business abroad, to their households living abroad.

        You probably didn’t notice that you started to struggle with this problem, for bureaucrats accounts and business abroad are banned. The number of people dismissed for this violation is growing.
        1. creak
          creak 21 July 2013 11: 36 New
          +1
          And the names of these dismissed can be called? It would be interesting - which of the high-ranking officials has already suffered?
        2. Isk1984
          Isk1984 21 July 2013 13: 17 New
          +1
          I remind you that, for example, Putin’s daughter, as far as I remember, does not live in Russia with her husband, a number of grandchildren and sons of FSB and SVR generals study and live in the USA and England ...
  7. knn54
    knn54 21 July 2013 08: 50 New
    12
    It seems that Lawrence of Arabia said: it is necessary that the Arabs kill the Arabs for our interests.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 21 July 2013 23: 57 New
      +1
      We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow.
      (We do not have eternal allies and we do not have constant enemies. Our interests are eternal and permanent, and our duty is to follow them.)
      Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, Prime Minister from 1855-1858 and 1859-1865.
      (Palmerston, British Prime Minister 1855-1858 and 1859-1865.)
      Speech to the House of Commons (1 March 1848), Hansard's Parliamentary Debates. 3rd series, vol. 97, col. 122.
  8. alicante11
    alicante11 21 July 2013 09: 15 New
    +8
    And yet. WHAT FOR? Mursi was ready to jump on Syria. Assad was glad that the amers overthrew his enemy. How to connect it? If you reason logically, you get nonsense.
    The only thing is if arrogant Saxons as usual do not try to play on two boards immediately. Destroying the hands of the Islamists Assad, and the hands of Assad Islamists. Then fit into the situation are the problems of Erdogan, who is too overplayed in Islam and did not want to climb into Syria alone. As well as the overthrow of Mursi, who twisted his tail for too long trying to play some kind of game and was too Muslim. By the way, the amers do not forgive independence - this is illustrated by the example of the Colonel and the same Mubarak. Both were not enemies of the West. But at the same time, however, both were secular rulers and authoritative enough for independent politics.
    Now let's look back. What is it? Fell and muslim and lights. But necessarily authoritative and independent. Those. arrogant Saxons do not need allies, they need obedient performers. That somehow it turns out.
    1. de bouillon
      de bouillon 21 July 2013 10: 36 New
      +2
      everything is very simple and understandable ... really did not doper ?!

      US merges Muslim Brothers into the toilet underworld! Just as at one time in the 80s they pushed Saddam on a campaign against the "Shiite Eritiks", and then the whole world learned about Iran-contras .. The result is known Saddam is hanged, and Iran is alive and stronger.

      at this stage, Syria is also like Iran then .. The goal is one! Destroy political Islam.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 21 July 2013 10: 46 New
        0
        And ... what does Gaddafi and Mubarak have to do with it?
        1. de bouillon
          de bouillon 21 July 2013 12: 44 New
          0
          they were strong and independent personalities

          the same Mubarak did not always act to please the United States. The Americans gave up a pawn to gain a tactical advantage.
          1. alicante11
            alicante11 21 July 2013 13: 38 New
            0
            Well, what am I talking about? What destroy all the "strong and independent." And who they are "muslims" or "lights" - no difference.
          2. German
            German 22 July 2013 01: 24 New
            0
            I don’t understand, what d0l .. b set a minus? sorry for excessive directness! after all, in fact, it’s true ...
  9. Grenz
    Grenz 21 July 2013 09: 18 New
    +7
    Americans do nothing just like that - they really like money to throw it in vain. On the current model, "Syria and its allies," they are working out new strategies for managing the world, instead of the worked-out "color revolutions". And Assad is needed only for this. In Turkey, an "environmental" experiment was carried out, in Egypt, an "army", in Qatar, "a change of donkey", etc. Yes, they are learning to rule "Political Islam" !!! Why on their own - less cost, and there is a position. As in exercises with a conditional opponent. Experience is and does not hurt.
    And now transfer everything to our mother Russia. But what if the Americans think that experience is already enough and that we can take on us. This is where conclusions must be drawn, and the author understands this. If they muddle us, it’s not enough for everyone.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 21 July 2013 10: 49 New
      0
      And what is the difference between the Arab options and the Orange Revolution?
      1. Grenz
        Grenz 21 July 2013 12: 32 New
        +3
        Especially nothing. Plus for the question.
        The goal is the same - to rule the world in their own interests. Tactics has changed.
        Already simple schemes will not work - the "orange" simple scheme (young people on the streets - themselves to power). It is very easy to calculate and antidotes have been found for it - opposition to the bunks and meet.
        The new models are multi-pass, based on the introduction of different views on history into consciousness (in Tatarstan they no longer agree on a single history textbook), the stratification of the people according to ethnic and religious characteristics, the strengthening of social inequality, and material stratification. At what it is created by them and presented as errors of public administration.
        I will try not to get confused in this skillfully woven web with a simple layman. If the media scream to blame for everything, then what Big Brother will determine who is to blame today.
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 21 July 2013 12: 40 New
          +2
          Well, I'm afraid all this is dead poultice. There is no reception against riot police. Whatever delights they invented. If the power does not drift, then no orange tactics are afraid of it. In Egypt, a pure military coup was carried out. By and large, y - twice. All these "revolutionaries" are so for the entourage so that it can be said that the coup is democratic. But in Turkey does not roll. There Erdogan took the army to the nail. In Libya, I had to arrange an intervention. In general, the Orange Revolution is no longer a child prodigy.
          1. Grenz
            Grenz 21 July 2013 18: 34 New
            +1
            So for this and discuss.
            Today everyone understands that there is HU, there is HU. But there was a time, “orange” rolled.
            And today at RBC - as Nemtsov Navalny praised and leading a little on g ... did not come criticizing the authorities. But Navalny was convicted and released. Those. it is good with OMON, only the tactics now are not riot police, but somewhat different and, according to the design of THE BACKGROUND, is transferred to the plane of "democratic values", and this is already dangerous. We know what follows.
            Roughly it didn’t work out with us - they will weave a thin web of political intrigues until they completely lose their heads, as in the collapse of the Union, when the people were already all in wood.
  10. knn54
    knn54 21 July 2013 09: 28 New
    +6
    A couple of years ago, the huge Leviathan natural gas field was discovered in the eastern Mediterranean, more precisely on the Israeli shelf. But the point is that not only the Israeli shelf, but also the waters adjacent to Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Syria are rich in oil and gas. . And in which of these states is STABILITY?
    1. Lankov Victor
      Lankov Victor 21 July 2013 12: 15 New
      +1
      As far as I know, Gazprom bought a stake on the Syrian shelf. Still, drilling here is much cheaper than on Shtokman among ice and hummocks. In addition, you can throw a gas pipeline through Turkey, forcing Qatar to trade in liquefied gas, which is much more expensive than the pipeline. It is also tempting for Israel to supply gas to a geyropu through a pipe.
      Tied very big money.
  11. mirag2
    mirag2 21 July 2013 09: 47 New
    +4
    Yes, Qatar seems to have been defeated, remember that Churkin spoke to the Qatari high rank? That Qatar is nothing and is not visible on the map. And remember how Qatar’s conceit grew? Is it all because of the excess of lave ...
    And Qatar’s lave is now injecting into Britain. It’s not otherwise with the British SVR, because there is not enough lave there, and in general problems — 73% of the British want to emigrate, 30 of them for economic reasons. I don’t want to say that it’s worse than us, but worse than they had before. When a person is used to good things, it’s hard to get used to getting worse.
    1. Gooch
      Gooch 21 July 2013 10: 18 New
      -21
      Quote: mirag2
      It is not otherwise with the filing of the British Foreign Intelligence Service, because there is not enough lave, and in general problems — 73% of the British want to emigrate, 30 of them for economic reasons.

      koneeeechnoooo all badoooooo, the whole Brit wants to emigrate to Russia)
  12. AntonR7
    AntonR7 21 July 2013 12: 18 New
    +4
    As the author promotes martyrs, Al-insha Allah says he praises the terrorists, the Heydar must be tried, the most important propagandist of the Islamists is not in prison.
  13. falcon
    falcon 21 July 2013 13: 39 New
    +5
    The article is not clear about what. What political naivete of the Muslim Brotherhood does the author say? Just
    any revolution is based on economic reasons. They, the Brothers, had to feed the people,
    tackle the economy, and they got involved in the persecution of Syria, as a result, everything ended naturally ...
    Further, about three lists. Why exactly three, and not one list, but with three sections? Or Author
    believes that Egyptian generals do not perceive more than one page of text at a time?
    a man wrote an article about Egypt, and called "The Secret Games of the USA in Syria", probably by mistake ...
  14. Sirocco
    Sirocco 21 July 2013 13: 47 New
    +3
    Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood simply did not appear on the American project for the Egyptian Future after Mubarak. Mursi did not meet the plans.
    Like Mishiko in Georgia. Something a lot of inconsistencies and failures recently in the United States. Either Georgia, then Asange, then Egypt, then Snowden, what's next? Everything is muddy and incomprehensible, like the article by Mr. Heydar itself.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 21 July 2013 23: 45 New
      +1
      Quote: Sirocco
      Something a lot of inconsistencies and failures recently in the United States.

      Because Obama's Mess.
  15. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 21 July 2013 15: 39 New
    0
    Well, a flag in their hands and a drum around their neck! Faster they’ll roll their neck (named after us), well, there’s a plug in each barrel. And don’t look for special reasons: money, money and nothing personal. They’ll sell their mother (if who will buy).
  16. poquello
    poquello 21 July 2013 15: 58 New
    +3
    "Petka, do you like crayfish?
    -Not ???
    “So you don’t have to fuck”

    If the Muslim brothers were on a leash in the United States, that blame that the owner changed the dog.
  17. My address
    My address 21 July 2013 16: 28 New
    +2
    God be with them.
    Congratulations on the Day of Metallurgist. Metallurgists more than members of the EP. Hope much more. I have some relation to metallurgists.
    1. My address
      My address 21 July 2013 16: 49 New
      +3
      For Erovtsev, I can say one thing - nekudyshnye members.
      As well as their main member - DAME.
      I repeat that I will not take him even to the foremen of the rafters.
      This will start with the rods ...
      His maximum is a free janitor, as in the days of his youth.

      Mayakovsky's poems come up with DAMS - He did the job, send everyone to ....., did not, Dimon, go to ....
    2. German
      German 22 July 2013 01: 30 New
      +2
      at least metallurgists honestly earn their grandmother! Happy holiday !!
      1. studentmati
        studentmati 22 July 2013 01: 33 New
        +1
        Happy holiday !!! One of the key industries in the State!
  18. vBR
    vBR 21 July 2013 16: 29 New
    +4
    Mr. Jemal started talking in his highly intellectual opuses. So is the end of “political Islam” or “what replaces it”? Islam in the BV and in Asia Minor is different, there is no one political Islam and there is nothing to sculpt such an image of it. Even the Arab socialisms (Gaddafi, Hussein and our friend Assad), which are not alien to Islamic culture at all, are very different. In short, casts a shadow on the wattle fence. Like Assad, I am glad about the displacement of Mursi and the end of "political Islam" - such a sense
  19. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 21 July 2013 16: 51 New
    0
    What is the use of arguing about religion, it has always been only a tool, mainly for the illiterate. Now the United States and other countries use simple ones. but in the old way, divide and rule. Just added intrigue with religiosity. Yes, and religion is now adjusting to sponsors.
  20. dojjdik
    dojjdik 21 July 2013 16: 58 New
    +1
    the states, together with Israel, bought the Egyptian army in the bud, and they don’t need the Egyptians themselves (Libyan oil in their hands) because of all sorts of “revolutionary carnivals” on the square in Cairo and puppets like “Mursi” and “Muslim brothers” tomorrow are Jews they will come up with some kind of “Dursi” and “Muslim enemies” and will also sponsor them; Actually, Israel has been poisoning Arabs for a long time - because huge oil and gas reserves are concentrated in these countries
  21. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 21 July 2013 16: 58 New
    +2
    Remember how our entire party elite suddenly became a believer
  22. kush62
    kush62 21 July 2013 18: 37 New
    +2
    I read the article. Sensation, the author wants to give Obama a second Nobel peace.
  23. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 21 July 2013 18: 41 New
    +3
    The Yankees sneaked into the Middle East and are pursuing the same policies there as their ancestors 300 years ago conducted in North America.
    They pit the natives, help one or the other, use their stupid religious prejudices, and they themselves build and strengthen their military bases under the guise.
    If Muslims don’t have brains for the next 20-30 years, the Yankees will thoroughly reduce and thin them out and become masters on their lands.
  24. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 21 July 2013 18: 44 New
    +1
    Religion must be separated from the state! When "religious" politicians come to power, blood flows like a river .. Faith is a religion it must be in the soul ..! If this is to flaunt it is no longer faith .. and Satanism ..
  25. 123tank
    123tank 21 July 2013 19: 03 New
    +1
    Cool, the author outlined the Middle East picture. Apparently, Mursi did not take up his job. One-rally in the squares, and the other-raise the country in the broad sense, create jobs, bend over to investors, etc. Egypt is a big country and it needs an appropriate leader. It seems that this is not.
  26. shpuntik
    shpuntik 21 July 2013 19: 06 New
    +4
    Something Heydar Cemal, in my opinion, Assad does not like. Why's that? Well, of course, he’s protecting his “friends”. Probably wants political Islam on a global scale. Let then explain, if so clever, why shout "Allahu akbar" and cut the heads of Christian priests? And a lot of such cases. Some “dubai” fatwa released: they say, you can rape women with “infidels”, etc. etc. request Is Islam the religion of the world?
  27. individual
    individual 21 July 2013 20: 16 New
    +4
    G. Jemal does not hide that he sees Islam as a religion of the world.
    Positions itself as a moderate leader of the Islamic Committee.
    The statement that Obama is almost an ally of Bashar al-Assad hurts his ears and eyes. am
    What is it for?
  28. ars_pro
    ars_pro 22 July 2013 01: 13 New
    0
    The explicit = satisfaction = that Assad experienced from the deposition and arrest of Mursi cannot be explained only by the reaction to the unfriendly demarches of the Egyptian president against official Syria

    At the very beginning of the article it was written, if = satisfaction = somehow incomprehensible, please correct, there are other suitable words, Assad himself is not safe if anything, and this is an alkaid encroaching on its territory or who is alnusra, and it seems more that Assad simply commented on the situation, than = satisfied = her ...
  29. studentmati
    studentmati 22 July 2013 01: 22 New
    0
    Today, Syria is definitely on a horse in the war in the USA! soldier Glory to Bashar al-Assad, and to the Syrian people the glory that has withstood the titanic pressure on the country. The main battles are yet to come, you can’t relax. Russia, Bashar, will help you !!!
  30. shinobi
    shinobi 22 July 2013 06: 03 New
    +1
    I don’t remember who expressed the idea that a global operation is being carried out in Syria to pit the two main radical branches of Islam between themselves.
  31. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 22 July 2013 11: 05 New
    -1
    The author actually stated that events in the Middle East were developing according to the US scenario. This Heydar Cemal, the “intellectual mujahideen,” must be kicked out over the hill. Let it be smart there. soldier
  32. Kiliny
    Kiliny 22 July 2013 15: 06 New
    +1
    I am in shock. This author clearly has no place in the Military Review.
    Read his biography.