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The Wall

In the Arab world there is no free press. Whatever the liberals and globalists have crammed into you, there is someone sponsoring every newspaper, television, and the like al-jazeeram. And as you know, who is a girl dancing ... for that, she says.

Saudi - the old secret lord of the Arab Middle East. Not a single brawl in the past has not been without her public or private participation. Saudi, almost herself, kept Egypt until Mursi arrived. Egypt's “Muslim Brothers” of the fraternity of Riyadh is like a bone in the throat. Intra-Sunni clashes with peace-loving have never been different, and in Riyadh there are quite a few of them (ruling Saudis). The main value of Saud - not oil, as it would seem, but the presence of the main Muslim shrines. And any radical Muslim country or movement sleeps and sees itself at the head of the heritage of Muhammad. Oil, gas is only a means to possess the Kaaba, Mecca and Medina.

That is why, while the minor religious presidents and prime ministers dominated Istanbul, Turkey’s eyes and efforts were turned to the west. Erdogan has completely different priorities. But for the long road to the revival of the Ottoman Empire, the first step must be taken. And it is made to the Persians, and not to the Arabs, which can not but disturb Riyadh.

Here is an article published in the Ashark El Ausat newspaper, which is sponsored by Riyadh and usually represents his opinion. The headline: "The Israeli-Arab conflict no longer exists." There is no, that's all. What is there, according to Maamun Fanzy? There is an Israeli-Turkish-Iranian conflict. According to the author, the attack of Hamas from Gaza on Israel was made on the Iranian order with the help of the "Muslim Brothers" and their patrons - Turkey and Qatar. Therefore, Mr. Fanzi declares, if Israel wants to make a big deal with the Arab world, the time has come. Arab countries are at the lowest political and military level. The wars we knew before went into history, and today Israel is fighting not with ARAB COUNTRIES, but with the political movements of Hamas and Hezbollah, which are supported by Turkey and Iran, which are not Arabs in any way. What does Mr. Fanzi offer? He expects an Israeli leader, who will arrive in Cairo or Riyadh, and there it is already possible to agree. G.Fanzi believes that in this situation even Tehran can later become a place for negotiations. And while Riyadh was nodding amiably towards Jerusalem, the Egyptian President al-Sisi, a protege of the Saudis, was sent to Moscow.

Here is a fishing line with bait. Welcome, they say, welcome to the Arab Middle East, where everything is sold and bought, where they trade in corpses or their parts, where yesterday's bitter enemy is today's friend, but not the fact that tomorrow is. Israel is now being offered to join the region on an equal footing. It’s not clear how, it’s not clear why, let the person bargain. But the fact and readiness are impressive.

Israeli foreign policy in the region is usually based on ethnic minorities. Druzes and Circassians are our brothers, Kurds are close friends, Lebanese Maroons (Christians) Israel tried to save from extinction. There was a time, some analysts of Israel predicted a regional axis: Israel, the Maruna of Lebanon and Turkey, or the Alawites of Syria (owning Syria, but nonetheless they are in the minority) and the Kurds. Joining the Arab majority can negate these old ties and redefine the entire regional division.

And Assad? Asad may be late.

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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 14 August 2014 08: 49
    Well, this hedgehog is understandable .... comparing our liberal media, the focus of their articles can not help thinking that they are receiving a salary from the US State Department.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 14 August 2014 08: 55
      Sorry, sorry! What does OUR liberal media have to do with it?
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 14 August 2014 08: 58
        smile I have an allergy to them ... I apologize not for the topic of the article.
      2. nvv
        nvv 14 August 2014 12: 47
        Quote: mirag2
        Sorry, sorry! What does OUR liberal media have to do with it?

        The answer to the question.
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought 14 August 2014 09: 05
      East is a delicate matter.
    3. Koloradovatnik
      Koloradovatnik 14 August 2014 09: 09
      The media are never independent anywhere. As they say, who pays, he orders the music.
      1. Jackraiden
        Jackraiden 14 August 2014 13: 42
        Media - Weapons that are never drawn
  2. mirag2
    mirag2 14 August 2014 08: 50
    Surprised that Turkey supports the conflict with Israel, did they seem to have disagreements besides an attack on the humanitarian cargo of building materials of the Israeli special forces?
    And then they got closer?
    Or am I mistaken?
    1. tilix
      14 August 2014 13: 27
      You are mistaken. Muslim Turkey has other prerogatives. What about the attack? Absolutely legal action.
  3. mirag2
    mirag2 14 August 2014 08: 53
    But Saudi, in my opinion, have they gained weight in the last thirty years.
    After all, do you remember the oil crisis in the USA?
    After which the USA was so scared and began to clog its storage facilities with oil, because it (if I am not mistaken) was precisely the Saudis who provoked.
    And before that, like Egypt, was the leading country in the Arab world, or am I mistaken again?
    1. tilix
      14 August 2014 13: 34
      You are not mistaken. Egypt, even when it was in a very poor economic situation, always saw itself as a leading country in the Arab world, if only because so many laborers in the rich countries of the Arab world were Egyptians. Such a fifth column. But Egypt alone cannot exist for several decades. What was surprised to find Muslim brothers coming to power. Carrying nonsense from the podium is one thing, and to feed almost a hundred million in a backward desert country is another.
  4. bmv04636
    bmv04636 14 August 2014 08: 59
    The Saudis seem to be friends with Israel and with its help they want to dump Hamas and Iran and replace it in the Palestinian enclave with ISIS.
    1. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 15 August 2014 03: 03
      Quote: bmv04636
      The Saudis seem to be friends with Israel and with its help they want to dump Hamas and Iran and replace it in the Palestinian enclave with ISIS.

      Wrong, Hamas is ISIS in essence, these are twin sisters, and both feed from Qatar. And since the Saudis are on knives with Qatar, then ISIS is their enemy.
      The Saudis today are trying their best to "return to the stall" Al-Qaeda (which, by the way, is also at enmity with ISIS, considering them ... scumbags! belay survived lol ), which in the 90s came out of their control (Saud). Small groups do not count, they are in BV - like bugs in a cheap brothel.
  5. andj61
    andj61 14 August 2014 10: 17
    So what does the author suggest? Does he see Israel as - no, not an ally, but a partner of the Saudis? I doubt very much that it is possible. Saudis are the inspirers of Wahhabis around the world - will replacing Hamas with igil delight Israel?
    The situation in the Middle East is very complicated, the author puts on one board both hezbola and Hamas, but they are at war with each other, besides Hamas is terrorizing Israel, and hezbola is shoulder to shoulder with soldiers as Assad fights against the frostbitten Wahhabis igil and others like him them. It is clear that there, in Syria, everything is not so simple, there are contradictions between Qatar and the Saudis, there is reason to believe that Egypt can to some extent support Syria, but not for Assad's sake, but in spite of the same Qatar and t .d. In addition, after the Lebanese war of hezbol - due to many reasons, and not only due, frankly, to the success of the Israeli military, Israel is not worried.
    But, suppose Israel takes the Saudi proposed (and is it really so, maybe they just beckoned with a pie?) The place of an equal player in the Middle East. What does he benefit from this? Will Israel be established at least more or less normal, for example, as with Egypt? I doubt very much! Now, Saudi Arabia is trying to at least to some extent take or diminish the role of Iran in the region, and if with the help of Israel this can be done, then the alignment will change. Israel will again become enemy No. 1.
    1. tilix
      14 August 2014 13: 58
      I read this kamment with great pleasure. If the author knew the ransom, he would live in Herzliya Pituach. Everything flows, everything changes. Firstly, the author invites fans of geopolitical chess to admire this political study. Secondly, the author believes that Israel is too early to peck at this bait, the initial conditions have not been announced. Knowing (with all modesty) the realities of the Middle East, in my opinion, the bait does not contain the main component of the DECISION: religious consent to the possession of Jews by ISRAEL. But the fact of conversion is impressive. The situation probably worries them a lot, since they decided to pull Israel to their side, and obviously not out of great love for the Jewish state.
      * No one will take away the place of an equal player in the Middle East. It's about a player in the Arab world. This is the political component of the Decision. Imagine a meeting of the League of Arab States and Israel as an observer member, which by the way "crazy Kazafi" has already suggested.
  6. Marisat
    Marisat 14 August 2014 10: 58
    Arabs decided to use a Jew. What a delight. If the Israelis remained Jews, then the question is very, very controversial who and by whom.
    Also, I am not sure of the sanity of those who believe that they can agree with religious fanatics. And the Israelis, with all the democracy, are not Americans.
  7. mig31
    mig31 14 August 2014 11: 16
    Truly a wall of misunderstanding !!!!!!!
  8. el.krokodil
    el.krokodil 14 August 2014 12: 36
    Quote: mirag2
    Sorry, sorry! What does OUR liberal media have to do with it?

    just the analogy is noticeable .. like them .. and like ours .. laughing