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Kamala Harris: Dems to resume support of terrorists in Syria

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Speaking about the broader Middle East, Harris said that in Syria a Biden-led administration "will once again stand with civil society and pro-democracy partners in Syria, and help advance a political settlement where the Syrian people have a voice".

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201103-kamala-harris-us-will-reverse-trump-era-policy-restore-relation-with-palestine/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Great...picking right back up from Obama. 

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3 hours ago, Ali_Hussain said:

Speaking about the broader Middle East, Harris said that in Syria a Biden-led administration "will once again stand with civil society and pro-democracy partners in Syria, and help advance a political settlement where the Syrian people have a voice".

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201103-kamala-harris-us-will-reverse-trump-era-policy-restore-relation-with-palestine/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Great...picking right back up from Obama. 

Never ending. 

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 Saudi Arabia pursues disastrous, dangerous policies, including the ongoing war in Yemen, we will reassess the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia and end support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen," said Harris.

Harris also pledged to reverse Trump's decision to defund organisations delivering critical relief and aid to the Palestinians. "Will take immediate steps to restore economic and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people, address the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, reopen the U.S. consulate in East Jerusalem and work to reopen the PLO mission in Washington".

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201103-kamala-harris-us-will-reverse-trump-era-policy-restore-relation-with-palestine/

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21 minutes ago, Abu Nur said:

 Saudi Arabia pursues disastrous, dangerous policies, including the ongoing war in Yemen, we will reassess the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia and end support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen," said Harris.

Harris also pledged to reverse Trump's decision to defund organisations delivering critical relief and aid to the Palestinians. "Will take immediate steps to restore economic and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people, address the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, reopen the U.S. consulate in East Jerusalem and work to reopen the PLO mission in Washington".

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201103-kamala-harris-us-will-reverse-trump-era-policy-restore-relation-with-palestine/

More MSM-based lies. The Saudis and Zionists are currently working together in supporting the Turks and Azerbaijanis against Armenia, Iran, and Russia.

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20 minutes ago, Northwest said:

More MSM-based lies. The Saudis and Zionists are currently working together in supporting the Turks and Azerbaijanis against Armenia, Iran, and Russia.

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I have written in the past pointing out Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s hypocrisy in proclaiming himself as the ‘defender’ of Palestinians, while maintaining a military, diplomatic and economic alliance with Israel. ... 

Erdogan, appearing to be on the Palestinian side, while maintaining multi-faceted relations with Israel. Similarly, Turkey is a NATO member while purchasing advanced missiles from Russia, which violates NATO policies. Amazingly, Erdogan is simultaneously the good friend of both Trump and Putin! (Actually, Erdoğan is a foxy blackmailer who is milking Putin while arming and backing his enemies, as in the case of the Republic of Artsakh. –ed.)

Erdogan threatened UAE on August 14, 2020, to cut off diplomatic relations and recall Turkey’s Ambassador from the UAE, while Turkey itself maintains normal relations with Israel where it has an Embassy, and Israel has an Embassy in Ankara! ...

Saudi political activist Monther al-Sheikh Mubarak wrote: “I am sure Erdogan needs a psychiatrist. It has been reported that Turkey will serve Israel by transporting Israelis to the UAE (Turkey’s “official,” Saudi-allied “enemy”! – ed.) at a time when Erdogan is objecting to normalization [with Israel]. There is no cure for stupidity.”

“What’s funny is that Erdogan was also the first Muslim leader to visit the grave of [Zionism founder Theodor] Herzl in Israel and meet with [then Israeli Prime Minister Ariel] Sharon. Erdogan is trading in the Palestinian cause. Turkey has had (very strong – ed.) relations with Israel for more than 70 years, but it has done nothing good for the Palestinians all these years.” ...

In 1951, Turkey joined the Western bloc of countries that protested Cairo’s decision to deny Israeli ships passage through the Suez Canal. The Mossad [Israel’s Intelligence Agency] opened a station on Turkish soil in the early 1950s. In 1954, Turkish PM Adnan Menderes, while on a visit to the US, called on Arab states (such as Nasser’s anti-Zionist Egypt – ed.) to recognize Israel.

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According to a well-informed Turkish political source I spoke with in 2014, who had been involved in attempts to broker a peace between Assad and Erdoğan, Erdoğan’s first Presidential election campaign in August 2014 was “greased” by a gift of $ 10 billion from the Saudis. After his victory in buying the presidential election, Erdoğan and his hand-picked Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu opened the doors wide to establish secret training centers for what was to be called ISIS. ... The financing for the Turkish ISIS operation was arranged apparently by a close personal friend of Erdoğan named Yasin al-Qadi, a Saudi banker close to the Saudi Royal House, member of the Muslim Brotherhood, financier of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda since Afghanistan in the 1980’s.

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Turkey and Syrian National Army

On 6 October, Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service alleged that several thousand fighters from Middle East terrorist organizations had arrived in Nagorno-Karabakh to fight for Azerbaijan, specifically from Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Qaeda branch), Firkat Hamza, and the Sultan Murad Division, stating all were linked to the Islamic State (ISIL).[372][373]

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“By deception thou shalt wage war” –The usual suspects

The Turkish-Saudi “split” is just one of many charades.

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1 hour ago, Northwest said:

The egg is on the faces of all the anti-Trump “Muslims” out there. People should focus on deeds, not words.

When it comes to ME and support for the Zionist Agenda, Biden and Trump are the same. They fully back this agenda. The only difference is style. Trump is more 'in your face' with it and Biden is less so. If they make their move to support the Zionist cause in Syria via FSA, Qaeda, etc, there will be pushback and resistence, both inside and outside. That hasn't changed, and never will change, so long as there are true followers of Aba Abdillah((عليه السلام)) still left on earth. 

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To the higher level thinkers, it all has to happen some time. I say let it all come rolling down upon us, while we're still young. It will awaken and motivate the Gen Z for one thing, which is important as they are our heirs. Whatever good left in the ummah will endure and strive and watch this particular rabid satanic force bleed itself dry in the sand by the Grace of Allah. End its long years of madness for the whole planet.

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4 hours ago, Abu Hadi said:

You are not giving your 'bayyat' to that candidate.

You are telling that candidate that your voice is with them, you trust them and their decisions and support them as representatives of you through the enactment of their devilish policies. If we really want to vote, why not choose a third party? The right and left will always hurt foreign countries, especially the ME and, therefore, regardless of who you vote for you accept that reality - as long as a person can slightly feel comfortable within the U.S domestically, I wonder by purchasing such comfortability will the Yemenis, Iraqis, Iranians, et al receive a more uncomfortable means of life. Will choosing to not vote serve as a way of raising our voices in a way which highlights to the establishment our displeasure towards their foreign policies and if so will it be a nudge in the right direction of reconciling foreign affairs, lest the people halt the process of voting until the call for peace is met and the bombing is stopped. Am I speaking in extremes, or am I being proportionate in reasoning to those who think their one vote will change anything. 

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On 11/11/2020 at 4:03 PM, Abu Nur said:

Saudi Arabia pursues disastrous, dangerous policies, including the ongoing war in Yemen, we will reassess the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia and end support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen," said Harris.

Harris also pledged to reverse Trump's decision to defund organisations delivering critical relief and aid to the Palestinians. "Will take immediate steps to restore economic and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people, address the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, reopen the U.S. consulate in East Jerusalem and work to reopen the PLO mission in Washington".

This is the initial phase of again moving from 'open tyranny' to 'hypocrisy' in the middle-east like it was in the time of Obama. 

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On 11/11/2020 at 5:33 AM, Abu Nur said:

Saudi Arabia pursues disastrous, dangerous policies, including the ongoing war in Yemen

There is a news report of the Yemeni Army warning people to get away from Saudi military installations as the recriminations are coming.

This is not the article l read, yet it is the same reporting:  https://english.almanar.com.lb/1193854 

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On 11/11/2020 at 12:13 PM, Northwest said:

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“By deception thou shalt wage war” –The usual suspects

The Turkish-Saudi “split” is just one of many charades.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud have exchanged viewpoints on the development of mutual ties ahead of the upcoming G20 summit

Erdogan and King Salman agreed to improve bilateral relations and keep a dialogue channel open to resolve issues

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Erdoğan is the “good cop,” MbS/Salman the “bad cops.” Both are on the same team.

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In mid-July (2016 – ed.), President Erdogan pointed his finger at the CIA, accusing US intelligence of having supported a failed coup directed against his government. Turkish officials pointed to a deterioration of US-Turkey relations following Washington’s refusal to extradite Fethullah Gülen, the alleged architect of the failed coup.

Erdogan’s Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag was categorical:

“If the US does not deliver (Gülen), they will sacrifice relations with Turkey for the sake of a terrorist” 

Public opinion was led to believe that relations with the US had not only deteriorated, but that Erdogan had vowed to restore “an axis of friendship” with Moscow, including “cooperation in the defence sector”. This was a hoax.

Turkey’s Invasion of Syria

The implementation of the Turkish invasion required routine consultations with the US and NATO, coordination of military logistics, intelligence, communications systems, coordination of ground and air operations, etc. To be effectively carried out these military endeavors required a cohesive and “friendly” US-Turkey relationship.

We are not dealing with a piecemeal military initiative. Turkey’s Operation Euphrates Shield could not have taken place without the active support of the Pentagon, which ultimately calls the shots in the war on Syria.

The likely scenario is that from mid July to mid-August US, NATO and Turkish officials were actively involved in planning the next stage of the war on Syria: an (illegal) invasion led by Turkish ground-forces, backed by the US and NATO. ...

The coup was intended to fail. Erdogan had advanced knowledge of the coup and so did Washington. There was no conspiracy directed by the CIA against Erdogan. Quite the opposite, the failed coup was in all likelihood engineered by the CIA in liaison with Erdogan. It was intended to consolidate and reinforce the Erdogan regime as well as rally the Turkish people behind their president and his military agenda “in the name of democracy”.

The purges within the Armed Forces were intended to get rid of (secular-nationalist – ed.) members of the military hierarchy who were opposed to an invasion of Syria. ...

While “mending the fence” with Russia, Turkey’s military and intelligence apparatus was involved in planning the invasion of Northern Syria in liaison with Washington and NATO headquarters in Brussels. The underlying objective is to ultimately confront and weaken Syria’s military allies: Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.

...on the US agenda is a longstanding objective, namely to wage war on Iran. In this regard, US military strategy largely consists in creating conditions for America’s staunchest allies (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel) to (jointly – ed.) confront Iran, and act indirectly on behalf of US interests. i.e. “do the job for us”.

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