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Re-engaging the Enemy

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 28, 2021 at 12:49

Re-engaging the Enemy - Going Back to a Wartime Standing
As if we need to be enumerating all the things in Dr. Pipes' observations of changes now occurring in the Middle East, the much noted first 100 days are pretty much now following this interview with Mr. Johns, with a few disturbing issues hiding in the smoke drifting in the back ground. This is in regards to the hostilities continuing to emerge in Syria; and inferences of American activities in eastern Syria is a source of renewed inflammatory rhetoric as the speculation of the 46th American Administrative Chief Executive's observations of President Trump's withdrawal of troops in Syria might be reversed as many other of President Trump's action going against the institutional ideology of engaging in 'endless war.'
So far, Dr. Pipes seems to be on the right track. How bad can it get? See the resurgent thought about a Iranian Regime - Israeli nuclear exchange; with Russia in Syria, that is a mere three evil thoughts away!

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