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Monday, July 24, 2006

 

views on Middle East conflict

This is one good reading that I'd like to share with.

The Shame of Being an American
by Paul Craig Roberts

Gentle reader, do you know that Israel is engaged in ethnic cleansing in southern Lebanon? Israel has ordered all the villagers to clear out. Israel then destroys their homes and murders the fleeing villagers. That way there is no one to come back and nothing to which to return, making it easier for Israel to grab the territory, just as Israel has been stealing Palestine from the Palestinians..

..To cut to the chase, the enemies of the Jewish state are any Muslim country not ruled by an American puppet friendly to Israel.
Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the oil emirates have sided with Israel against their own kind, because they are dependent either on American money or on American protection from their own people. Sooner or later these totally corrupt governments that do not represent the people they rule will be overthrown. It is only a matter of time.

..Despite the Israeli spin on news provided by US "reporting," a majority of Americans do not approve of Israeli atrocities against Lebanese civilians. Hezbollah is located in southern Lebanon. If Israel is targeting Hezbollah, why are Israeli bombs falling on northern Lebanon? Why are they falling on Beirut? Why are they falling on civilian airports? On schools and hospitals?

If I were to have my own way, I would love to be witnessing one day all those oil-rich Arab kingdoms-American puppet government being overthrown. Namely the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and all other powerless and disunited Arab nations in the Middle East. Even Libya, under dictator Col. Muammar Gadaffi, has kept a low profile now. A second Great Arab Revolt is needed and it should pave the way for the destruction of the evil regime of Israel.
The so-called Great Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Turk in the early 20th century, led by the nationalist Arab leader, Sheriff Hussein bin Ali was regarded as the greatest shame to the Arabs. Of course, any Arab nationalist would argue about this til the end of the day. I'm not denying the fact that there were a lot of problems with corruptions, in-fightings within the Ottoman government, Arab subjects within Ottoman territories were not given fair treatment, were presecuted and such. But that's another story. At the end of the day, the outcome was what matters most, while the Arabs were fighting for independence from the Turkish Ottoman, with the help from British government, in return they themselves were being colonised later by the British. The movie 'Lawrence of Arabia', shows exactly how clever and civilised the British was and how foolish and how dependent the Arabs to the British, was set during this period of time. History never fails to repeat itself. Recognise any similar events in the Middle East lately?
The British were so clever in meddling in the Middle East for the purpose of serving their own interest and they made certain that Kurdistan will never exist when they carefully partitioned Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, Syria. So that is why you have Kurdist people all over the Middle East; in northern Iraq, southern part of Turkey, west of Iran and etc. That's the reason why the Kurds are always regarded as people without nation. Note that Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi, the Great Muslim Warrior during the Crusade War, Conqueror of Baitulmaqdis (Jerusalem), was a Kurd.
The Kashmir conflict are also one of the unsolved remainings during the era of British colonisation in India when they decided to partition India and Pakistan. And now you have an Indian controlled Kashmir and a Pakistan controlled Kashmir. Rest assured, the Kashmir problem won't be solved till the world ends.
It can be said that the beginning of the modern Arab-Jewish conflict started when the Balfour Declaration was signed in 1917 with an aim to establish a Jewish home in the state of Palestine, followed with the unjust United Nations (UN) partitioning of the Palestinian state and the establishment of the Israel state in 1948. The Arab-Israeli war in 1967 made things even worse, when the Arab nations led by Egypt, Syria and Jordan lose out badly to Israel, and as a result, Israel further enhances their military presence and occupation into the state of Palestine until now. Israel had and will always defy all major UN resolutions impose on them together with the support of US, the so-called most democratic country, who unshamely, on numerous accounts used their undemocratic veto power to veto anything that is seen as a threat to their interest, in other words, to their puppet master, the evil regime of Israel.

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