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Dr. Abbas Khalaf: "The West In The Middle East Uses Islam In The Role Of The Trojan Horse"

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Dr. Abbas Khalaf: "The West In The Middle East Uses Islam In The Role Of The Trojan Horse"Events in the Middle East do not leave the pages of the world's leading publications. The region is seriously shaking, and, apparently, in the near future, the tension will only increase, exerting a tangible impact on the rest of the world.


In this case, the turbulent political and economic situation in the whole Greater Middle East could lead to a destabilization of the situation also in Central Asia and the Caucasus.

In communication with the correspondent of the Grozny-Inform agency, Dr. Abbas Khalaf, an international-level politician, studies Middle Eastern conflicts as a specialist in the Middle East and has worked as a direct translator and adviser to Saddam Hussein for about twenty years.

Dr. Abbas, you have extensive information about the situation in the Arab world, in particular, in those countries where there is war. In your opinion, what is happening today in the Arab region?

- The events taking place today in the countries of the Middle East are a real chaos, which was primarily the result of US intervention in the internal affairs of the region. This chaos led to rampant radicalism, various terrorist organizations. Today, the Middle East has become an “attractive arena” for various kinds of radical groups, a camp for training and retraining of terrorist groups. I repeat, the United States of America played a huge role in this.

They are instigators for creating another hotbed of tension in the Middle East. And, of course, America uses this chaos for its narrow interests. The US wants to act as the only superpower, to dictate its rules everywhere. So the Middle East has been declared the region of vital interests for the United States and its Western partners. The worst thing is that with this chaos there is a complete discredit of Islam. The rush against "Islamic terrorists" at the level of the average man occurs against the backdrop of the revitalization of radical Islamic fundamentalists in various parts of the world.

As a result, ordinary people perceive Islam only as a religion of terror, radicalism and extremism, which certainly is an erroneous judgment about one of the most peaceful world religions.

Why are Arab states having difficulty reaching consensus on international politics? Your opinion.

- You see, this disunity is not a matter of one day. After the end of the First World War, France and Great Britain, one might say, broke up the Middle East into small and large states. As a result, the various religious groups were divided by artificially created borders. Controlling this region, the UK and France acted on the principle of "divide and conquer", and did so with far-reaching plans. And another very important fact. Despite the rich natural resources, many Arab peoples live below the poverty line. The wealth of Arab countries is used for subversive purposes, for example, for Wahhabi groups, for a large discord between Muslims of the Shiite and Sunni type. I must say that this discord exists at the expense of the monarchical government of some Arab countries. As a result of this, social discontent among the population has ripened. Please note that the events in Tunisia did not occur on a religious or interfaith basis, but as a result of a lack of socio-economic justice, disillusionment with both liberal systems and monarchical governments.

Dr. Abbas, in the past, demonstrations took place in the Arab world in support of his government, against the United States, against Israel. But what we are seeing today is demonstrations against the political course of the current regimes. Why it happens? What is the reason?

- Please note, all these revolutions were started by the youth: a difficult demographic situation, disorder and unemployment ... But immediately the radical Islamic groups took the initiative. The Islamists immediately raised their heads and began to offer their Islamic version of the country's development. But, excuse me, what is Islam here? The Taliban terrorist movement was divided into "moderate" and "radical", Sunni and Shiite were divided into groups, etc. who is behind all this? It is not difficult to guess: "divide and conquer." That is why the principle is acted upon in the world by all ideological opponents, it is necessary to emphasize in particular that behind all this there are huge financial investments. There is a very insidious, coordinated work of the United States to undermine the countries of the Middle East and to take this region under its unconditional and long-term control.

The social revolution in the Middle East is a kind of management crisis. People seek social justice, while relying on Islamic ideology. In your opinion, is it possible to solve these problems peacefully, or are all Arab countries doomed to military conflicts?

- As the Americans say, “controlled chaos” is in the Middle East. Nothing like this. Chaos can not be controlled. I repeat that the West in the Middle East uses Islam as a Trojan horse for its narrowly selfish purposes. First, it is necessary to free the Islamic ideology from all sorts of radical movements. Secondly, the rulers of some Arab countries, in power for more than 20 years, have lost their sense of reality.

They moved away from the people, these rulers, kings, leaders, call them whatever you like, begin to live in a completely different world ... Look, Egypt today is at a crossroads, in Iraq as a result of militant attacks on two prisons in Baghdad, there were no prisoners in 1000 which leaders of al-Qaeda, who most likely crossed the border, to fight on the side of radical Islamic groups, including in Syria. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Iran ... Now here are the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Iraq, they recently settled in Turkey. The Hezbollah party also pursues its goals. I do not want to dramatize the situation, but we must really look at things. As long as these factors exist, the Middle East, unfortunately, will remain a hotbed of tension.

Dr. Abbas, in your opinion, how will the events in Syria affect the region of the Greater Caucasus, the Caspian Sea and Central Asia?

- I want to tell you frankly that the current situation in Syria, Egypt is dangerous not only for this region, but also for Russia and the West. The West is not fully aware that, while supporting the creation of more and more aggressive and radical terrorist groups, it is possible, financially, for the most part, to dig a hole for itself, or, as they say, cut the branch on which it is sitting.

The countries of the Middle East are in fact the southern borders of Russia ... Therefore, it is necessary to carry out the most serious work to neutralize attempts of penetration of radical groups from that side into the territory of Russia. After all, there is a sad and at the same time tragic lesson when mercenaries-terrorists fought in Chechnya, they were in Yugoslavia, in the Balkans, in Turkey ... And everywhere their presence was characterized by unlimited cruelty not only to their enemies, but also to civilians.

It is clear that political Islam will cover more and more Muslim countries. And this is against the background of deepening hatred between Shiites and Sunnis, hatred that is inflated by certain forces from outside. What needs to be done to prevent the destruction of the still existing unity of Muslim states?

- I look at the events taking place not only as a Muslim, but also as a scientist. I must say that this happens, most often when the situation is heated from the inside. As they say, a spark of flame always ignites. Take, for example, Iraq, where Sunnis and Shiites more or less coexisted peacefully. There was interference from the outside, a little bit "added fuel to the fire" and everything ... I think that the problem is that the Islamic world lacks a purely scientific approach to Islam.

Today, a frank recruitment of young people, including from the North Caucasus, is taking place via the Internet to participate in the fratricidal war in Syria. What do you think are the most effective measures against these Internet provocateurs?

“We have to admit that, unfortunately, from their side there is a very well organized ideological training for young people. Social and economic problems are playing into their hands: unemployment, level of culture, education, upbringing. These are all components that recruiters speculate in, luring young people into their networks. Of course, when young people cannot find themselves, they are easily amenable to this pernicious influence of Internet provocateurs. During my lectures, I always explain to young people the true meaning of jihad. After all, jihad is a holy war against the invaders, against the true enemies of Islam. Well, for example, in Syria, they declared jihad against representatives of the legitimately elected government, the devout Muslims were listed as infidels. What we get as a result? The fratricidal war among Muslims, which is undoubtedly at the hands of the enemies of Islam ... "Divide and rule" ...

Young people from the republics of the North Caucasus and Central Asia do not fully understand what is happening, they go to war, while acquiring skills that are incompatible with the canons of traditional Islam. These young people are taught cruelty, sometimes bordering on the inappropriate behavior of the mentally ill. And this terrible stream of trained only kill young people spread throughout the world, among them are members of one of the most brutal terrorist organizations - Al Qaeda.

Of course, it is necessary to carry out serious ideological, spiritual work among young people. This work should be carried out regularly by theologians and scholars of orientalists so that young people receive information that is reasonable both from the point of view of Islam and from science. It is necessary to conduct sermons on these topics in mosques more often, to involve public youth organizations. We must save our youth from radicalism, which is in the hands of the West for domination in this region. Today’s youth face a very important task - confronting politicized Islam. For all history Islam was not subject to such attacks, but despite this, Islam is the most common religion, and the number of Muslims is growing.

Dr. Abbas, thank you very much for the interesting conversation.

Thank you too. I will be very grateful and gladly accept the invitation to visit the Chechen Republic.
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  1. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 30 July 2013 07: 24 New
    +6
    And for me, this is how the West in the Middle East released "gin from a bottle." And to "drive" him back to come together. In the West, they will soon be convinced of this. Everything that is there (the Middle East) is a threat not only to Russia as Anglo-Saxon politicians believe, but also to the United States and geyrops, too. hi
    1. INTER
      INTER 30 July 2013 15: 19 New
      +4
      Quote: Valery Neon
      And for me, this is how the West in the Middle East released "gin from a bottle." And to "drive" him back to come together. In the West, they will soon be convinced of this. Everything that is there (the Middle East) is a threat not only to Russia as Anglo-Saxon politicians believe, but also to the United States and geyrops, too.

      Nobody will stand aside or not always!
    2. Arti
      Arti 30 July 2013 23: 11 New
      +2
      The fact is that the West is at hand, even if you have to endure terrorist attacks and lose the military. They will certainly not lose in this war.

      All this is nothing more than an occasion to keep people in tension and fear. The terrified people will not be indignant at the surveillance and executions without trial, because to all the mighty of those in power, there will be a universal answer - EVERYTHING for the sake of national security.
  2. biglow
    biglow 30 July 2013 09: 17 New
    +5
    With the religion of goodness, Americans are solving their economic problems. America needs weak states from which it is possible to buy raw materials cheaply and push their obsolete weapons.
    1. il grand casino
      il grand casino 30 July 2013 15: 32 New
      +7
      America just doesn’t need states, they need one gray mass ... and the state is already at least some kind of power.
  3. serge-68-68
    serge-68-68 30 July 2013 15: 36 New
    +5
    In general, this Arab says everything correctly. The United States will help the Arabs "by friendship" to let off excess steam - they have accumulated too much youth, weapons and money. Fighting each other, the Arabs will forget about the United States. And even if they remember, the United States will be able to stay away with small losses. It will go to those where the percentage of Muslims is large enough - Europe and Russia.
    And the Americans are doing everything right. Their goal is powerful America. And this end justifies the means. Well done and only.
  4. knn54
    knn54 30 July 2013 15: 39 New
    +4
    The Trojan horse is not scary without the 5th column.
  5. a52333
    a52333 30 July 2013 15: 41 New
    +6
    They are much easier. The ocean shares. And we have it all at hand and full of holes. In general, Israel is most worried, they have a "boiling pot" on all sides. And if before Syria was not a friendly country, but an adequate country with borders and obligations, then, God forbid, Assad will be dumped, then who do you talk to? From the south of Egypt, it is also not clear how this will end. And we need to strengthen borders + internal control (block posts). By the way, it would be nice to take a closer look at those who have been "trained" in Muslim universities in Saudi Arabia.
    1. Che
      Che 30 July 2013 18: 02 New
      +1
      Apparently we will soon see the demise of Israel. It is sad, but everything goes to that.
      1. S-200
        S-200 30 July 2013 20: 15 New
        +4
        Quote: Che
        Apparently we will soon see the demise of Israel. It is sad, but everything goes to that.

        With your permission, I would not so soon to bury Israel, despite the antipathy to its Zionist policies ... hi
        The "People of Israel" is ideologically united, resistant and trained to fight, industrial and scientific potential - the highest in the region ... Ally - USA (together with NATO).
        The IDF is the most combat-ready and well-equipped army in the region, led by experienced combat generals! (And not furniture salesmen) There is a long and successful combat experience in waging war, including almost simultaneously against 3 neighboring states. They thoroughly know the military and political alignment neighboring states have a well-developed and well-established intelligence service, one of the strongest in the world.
        What else ? what
        Oh yes ! - unknown NUCLEAR potential and available delivery vehicles!
        Who will destroy them?
        Jordan - NO,
        Egypt - I beg you! ...
        Syria - not yet 10 years old ...
        Turkey - and does it need IT? ..- itself in NATO!
        Iran - ... remotely?
        Well, if the US comes to the throat deadly!
        in general, as in that joke ... "Do not wait!" bully
        1. Che
          Che 30 July 2013 21: 10 New
          +1
          May God live with them, I'm not greedy. But with their shortsighted policies, they can lead their country to collapse. What will he look like? This is unknown.
  6. eplewke
    eplewke 30 July 2013 15: 51 New
    +5
    Puppet states are what the United States needs in the Middle East. Qatar, the Saudis, Agan, Iraq are already proteges of the West. In fact, there is a stupid struggle for a place under the sun, and the sun is a rich oil and gas field in these countries. These are military bases near Russia and China. After all, controlling the Middle East - you control the whole of Central Asia and Asia as a whole, including India. This is the control of oil prices, this is the control of the most important prolivof and oil transit routes. There is no need to be a super strategist to understand the importance of the region as a whole. In the USSR, they understood this perfectly. In the 80s, even in medieval Afghanistan, we did not give power to the pro-American government, even military intervention. And if now we lose Syria, then we will lose all our (already shaken) influence in the Middle East. And what about extremists ??? This is a sore subject ... I absolutely do not understand the Americans. The concept of honesty is unknown to this nation. A lot of Americans were killed in the fight against al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Agan, and they are arming the same separatists from al-Qaeda in Syria. And they do it officially through the president !!! Well is not it nonsense? The official US military doctrine is the fight against terrorist organizations, and at the same time, financing of the same terrorist organizations takes place at the official level. Kennedy would have turned over in his grave ... Soon after learning terror, a bunch of extremists would rush to Europe. Home. And I would not want to be a neighbor somewhere in the suburbs of Paris or London with some Mohammed. Then look at who is an extremist and who is a respectable Muslim ...
  7. Double major
    Double major 30 July 2013 16: 08 New
    +6
    Re-burned on their own head. There are still many towers - explode, but explode ...
  8. Vlad_Mir
    Vlad_Mir 30 July 2013 16: 14 New
    +4
    Islam as a Trojan horse! The trouble is that Islamists often take this role with pleasure and play along with the West!
  9. Natalia
    Natalia 30 July 2013 16: 16 New
    +8
    The events taking place today in the countries of the Middle East are a real chaos, which was, first of all, the result of US interference in the internal affairs of the region. This chaos led to rampant radicalism, various terrorist organizations. Today, the Middle East has turned into an “attractive arena” for various kinds of radical groups, into a training and retraining camp for terrorist groups. I repeat, the United States of America played a huge role in this.

    That, in fact, is the goal of the United States, to destabilize the entire Middle East, thereby creating problems for the countries that are in the neighborhood (including Russia), and which themselves will highly control chaos (regulate oil supplies, sell militant weapons and make money on it) . This is the American dream - it is when everyone around each other kills and asks you for money, and you just look high and give out valuable instructions.
    But in general, the main goal is of course energy sources (oil, gas), since the adventure called shale gas (as well as oil) was drowned, America still needs any Syrian, Iranian oil, it doesn’t matter ... as long as the country is united, it is voluntary he won’t give up his raw materials ... read out, it is necessary to declare its leader a tyrant and arm loonies who will later be called "rebels". Well, then when all of each other is more or less destroyed, the “brave" "bold" American rangers will come.
  10. aud13
    aud13 30 July 2013 16: 58 New
    +7
    It seems to me that way, or someone else thought about the fact that a similar situation is occurring in Russia.
    That's literally in the last year - two of the number of immigrants from Central Asian countries are already beginning to go through the roof. As a Trojan horse, they began to arrive quite a while ago, under the pretext of replenishing the workforce. Moreover, if before they were quiet enough, now they are already starting to show fangs. In fact, entire segments are currently already occupied by them and it’s difficult for the local to break through there. For example, a public transport driver, housing and communal services workers, all the stalls selling fruit and vegetables, etc.
    Moreover, several times already (I live in Yekaterinburg - not the southernmost city in Russia), information pops up that a company is already in place to intimidate competitors from the local population. At the same time, local police do not pay any attention to this.
    If nothing is done now, then I’m afraid whether the situation that happened with the Russian-speaking population in the Asian regions after the collapse of the USSR will soon turn out?
  11. mole
    mole 30 July 2013 17: 12 New
    +3
    We must save our youth from radicalism, which is in the hands of the West for dominance in this region. Today's youth has a very important task - confronting politicized Islam.

    You can’t say better, little is left to do!
  12. Revolver
    Revolver 30 July 2013 17: 39 New
    +5
    As a result, ordinary people perceive Islam only as a religion of terror, radicalism and extremism
    If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it's a duck.
    ... the problem is also that in the Islamic world there is a lack of a purely scientific approach to Islam.
    Is it like “scientific communism”, only allah instead of Lenin?
    Islam has not been attacked in all of history.
    The world has reacted, is reacting, and will respond to Islamic antics.
    Quote: Isaac Newton
    The force of action causes equal in magnitude and opposite in direction direction of reaction
    And even though all the sheikhs publish fatwa, Newton’s law cannot be repealed.
  13. darksoul
    darksoul 30 July 2013 18: 46 New
    +3
    Dr. Abbas Khalaf at least thinks sensibly, gave a normal interview, and then the other day the article was bearded with three higher educations, in my opinion I got these three higher alkaids in the camps ...
  14. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 30 July 2013 19: 17 New
    +1
    The United States has studied science well: divide and conquer!
  15. 400
    400 30 July 2013 20: 47 New
    +2
    Yes, you want peace, prepare for war. (((((((((((
    And stay away does not work, at least Europe
  16. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 30 July 2013 22: 53 New
    +1
    Quote: il grand casino
    they need one gray mass ..

    They are not interested in anything other than natural resources. All the cries of "democracy" are nothing more than a "bare word" so that there is something to cover up for your intervention. hi
  17. faraon
    faraon 31 July 2013 01: 55 New
    +1
    [quote = aud13] It seems to me that way, or someone else has thought that a similar situation will occur in Russia.
    That's literally in the last year - two of the number of immigrants from Central Asian countries are already beginning to go through the roof. As a Trojan horse, they began to arrive quite a while ago, under the pretext of replenishing the workforce. Moreover, if before they were quiet enough, now they are already starting to show fangs. In fact, entire segments are currently already occupied by them and it’s difficult for the local to break through there. For example, a public transport driver, housing and communal services workers, all the stalls selling fruit and vegetables, etc.
    Moreover, several times already (I live in Yekaterinburg - not the southernmost city in Russia), information pops up that a company is already in place to intimidate competitors from the local population. At the same time, local police do not pay any attention to this.
    If nothing is done now, then I’m afraid that the situation that happened with the Russian-speaking population in the Asian regions after the collapse of the USSR will soon turn out? [/ Quote
    not you alone noticed it, many see it.
    The so-called silent expansion has already been going on for about twenty years. The south of Russia is gradually filling up with immigrants from the countries of the Caucasus, the middle zone is Central Asia, Siberia is occupying quiet China. That is, the fifth column is already in Russia, and this is already an accomplished fact, now it is now too late to solve this problem.
    I personally am loyal to any religion that does not call for violence, But in this example (Islam) we see what it has poured out. Of course, you can blame America, Europe, Israel, etc. etc. But it seems to me how Dr. Abbas correctly observed all this comes from the unsettled unemployment and culture. Over the past 30 years, a generation of war has grown up that cannot do anything else, it is theirs job and they don’t want anything else.
    America And I think so, and Russia decided to lower this steam. They arranged this meat grinder, for economic reasons, first of all, to weaken the Muslim states, and to vaccinate more Muslims from radical Islam for many years with the hands of their co-religionists. time is happening in Syria .. What is happening in Russia is unexplained, yesterday there was a report about how some bazaar merchant harmed a police officer. I think this is not permissible and it is necessary to deal with it not once, but every day. And also severely punish officials who condone the formation of this fifth column, a certain amount of time will pass and this kettle will boil in Russia itself. And there are prerequisites for this, emigrants for the most part are disenfranchised labor., which they deceive, starting from the customer and ending with their team leaders. capable of making a rabid dog out of a law-abiding citizen. It is necessary to firmly close the borders, hold in the Duma in accordance with tougher laws, to revise the migration policy in favor of the local population.
  18. EdwardTich68
    EdwardTich68 31 July 2013 02: 35 New
    +1
    The rulers of tyrants are to blame for the troubles of the Arab countries and the rulers, representatives of the peoples, therefore, the Arab peoples themselves are to blame for the troubles of the Arab countries because of their savagery hi
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 31 July 2013 05: 00 New
      +1
      Every nation deserves the government that it has ... well, or that has it hi
  19. valokordin
    valokordin 31 July 2013 03: 21 New
    +2
    Quote: EdwardTich68
    The rulers of tyrants are to blame for the troubles of the Arab countries and the rulers, representatives of the peoples, therefore, the Arab peoples themselves are to blame for the troubles of the Arab countries because of their savagery hi

    The peoples themselves are to blame for everything, including our Soviet people, which during the years of Soviet power managed to take shape, but did not grow stronger, and could not grow stronger because of the treachery of the top of the CPSU, led by traitors Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shverdnadze, Kravchuk.
  20. EdwardTich68
    EdwardTich68 31 July 2013 04: 29 New
    +2
    The West uses Islam in the same role in which in the Caucasus young men use a donkey laughing
  21. sigizmund472
    sigizmund472 31 July 2013 06: 57 New
    +1
    Quote: Valery Neon
    And for me, this is how the West in the Middle East released "gin from a bottle." And to "drive" him back to come together.

    Driving in about the same way as pushing a squeezed paste into a tube. Who will do this and how? Fight? Who will fight? Europe? I don’t think that “husbands” from same-sex marriages will go to war, which means that this mission will again fall on us, as a matter of saving Europe and the world as a whole.
  22. _Igor_
    _Igor_ 31 July 2013 09: 16 New
    +2
    I don’t understand one thing
    here the emigrants came to visit us, settled down, got accustomed, do not live, do not bother.
    and here for me the confusion begins: what kind of impudence you are beginning to (storm), thereby rocking the situation, because when the pendulum swings back you will be washed off first and you have to understand this. Well do not you live so bad? Is that how you pay us for hospitality? it’s not from a better life that you came to us (came)? (These questions are not for those who came to make lawlessness as a specialist, but for the majority who came for a normal (good) life).

    Threat about how we harness and how we go the whole world knows, and about the club of national anger
  23. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 31 July 2013 11: 26 New
    -1
    Quote: sigizmund472
    which means that this mission will again fall on us, as a matter of salvation of Europe and the world as a whole.

    Or maybe it’s enough for us to save the whole world? And spill rivers of blood for it. Let’s better save ourselves. We expel all foreigners beyond the cordon, and let them squabble among themselves there, and they don’t forget the geyropeyts. soldier
  24. michajlo
    michajlo 1 August 2013 19: 49 New
    0
    Quote: EdwardTich68
    The West uses Islam in the same role in which in the Caucasus young men use a donkey laughing

    Good day to all! The article is definitely a plus to its author.
    It is pleasant to read the essentially general notes of forum users on the causes and manifestations of radical Islam in BV and its spread around the world.
    Regarding migrant workers from Central Asia in Russia.
    Such seditious thoughts do not come to us that their influx (somewhere already for 15 million in Russia) stand not only their rulers in the SA, but also the oligarchs in Russia. Indeed, using essentially slave labor in Russia, they DECREASED the price of labor in many industries, for such a fee the Russians will not go to work, because they will not take up the costs of housing and communal services, travel, food, medical care, etc.
    The fact that immigrants from Asia then just having drunk or become embittered, they are ready to tear apart their neighbors in the quarter - Russians, this is just a consequence, which, in my opinion profitability accountingbesides they don’t live in simple neighborhoods, the oligarchs have security, etc.
    I agree with the causes of the phenomenon. I'm interested in, what will happen next, where it will flare up again, will explode, and what should we do to gradually solve these problems.
    On the other hand, look carefully. In all Belarus, people from the SA and radical Muslims, why not see it? ! Why?
    Probably due to the fact that the ways and means of government are comrade Lukashenko plucks much better for the Belarusian people than Comrade Commander-in-Chief does. Putin in Russia. It is a pity that the scale and fin-econ. the situation in Minsk is different than in Moscow.