Monday, 5 December 2011


Syria: fall of Bashar al-Assad 'will bring war to Middle East, warns Iraq

Iraq has raised renewed fears that the Middle East will be engulfed by sectarian bloodshed if Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is deposed as the country falls into civil war.

Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki  
'The killing or removal of President Bashar in any way will explode into an internal struggle between two groups and this will have an impact on the region,' said Mr Maliki.

We see Egypt being taken over by extremists, Libya will be the same.  When will our politicians realise that these countries are tribal societies?  The agenda of course is being pushed by Israel who as usual are letting the Yanks and us, do their work for them.  It's a surprise all these unexplained explosions in Iran, isn't it?


banned said...

I expect that Israel could live with a worldwide dispute between Iran backed Shia moslems and the majority Sunnis which would create not only inter-state wars but also civil wars within those many Islamic states that have considerable minorities of one sect or another.

Bashar al-Assad might be a cunt but Christian and other minorities support him since he does not persecute minorities. Better the devil you know.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, we're going to find that out in many countries that we stuck our oar into!