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Arab Uprising Under Persian/Marxist Influences

Reader comment on item: Poll: Israelis Want Victory, Preferably without Paying the Price
in response to reader comment: Communist China and the Arab Spring

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 1, 2021 at 18:42

In a series of contemplations that now have a tendency to blur from which direction Israel is under attack and from whom the greatest threat is presented, there does now appear a sequence of a graduated program of seemingly perpetual advances in hostilities occurring in such a way that has revealed the ultimate course of events, from balloon launches to rocket launches, from political launches in the UN arena to the programmatic propaganda intended the convince the world that Israel's continued existence presents a threat to world peace; a patent lie; but it sells.
The Arab 'Spring,' as reader Robert and others label it, this observer identifies it as yet another intifada that has/had intimate connections to the Muslim Brotherhood's desire to compel Egypt into breaking the somewhat tenuous relationship with Israel, a throw back to the assassination of Sadat. Like other times, the elements of constant attempts to keep the Middle East in constant upheaval are meant to keep every one on edge while even in hudna, no one knows when the next attempt will break out; and they want it that way. But here's the memo: when does that bring about the next phase of hostilities, simmering in the background while the Iranian Islamic Regime's new leadership formalizes revised predicate actions necessary to further destabilize the region and bring about a greater 'cause celebre' that will convince their more friendly western audiences (like UN Secretary General) that their cause against Israel is just and hostilities justified, no matter Israel's claim of 'hasbara.'
An just in case anyone does not see how the Communist Chinese are in anyway connected, the Hebrew Holy Writ has that covered in the eventual progression of events, after everything else is spent in futility.
It is not likely to occur in the 'Spring.'


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