(Post via Islamic Emirate)
The invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq by America and European allies had nothing to do with Osama bin Ladin or Weapons of Mass Destruction rather it was part of American strategy for the implementation of a new Sykes-Picot map hatched by Bernard Lewis, Samuel Huntington and other Jewish American politicians and intellectuals to further divide the Islamic world.
The British born Jewish American Bernard Lewis, who completed his PHD in Islamic History and was a history teacher at a college in London, moved to America and served as an advisor to the US secretary of defense specializing in Middle-East affairs. He was a special advisor to the Bush family (father and son) and had proposed a plan to the American government for the division of Islamic countries during the Presidency of Jimmy Carter, a proposal which was approved by the Congress in 1983 during a closed-door meeting and adopted as part of the new American political strategy.
After the defeat of the Soviets and end of Cold War, America as the sole remaining super power was presented with a golden chance of controlling the world by implementing its Pax Americana project and declaring a New World Order. To consolidate her control over oil and other reserves of the Islamic World especially of the Middle East and keeping it under perpetual occupation, she began putting into motion the plan of dividing the Islamic countries. Since military action was a prerequisite for the implementation of this plan therefore she launched the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq followed by stoking religious, sectarian, regional and ethnic rivalries. Robert Fisk, the famous experienced British journalist says that goal of America of ‘turning Sunni and Shia into avid enemies’ was achieved fairly quickly.
After the breakout of simultaneous revolutions or Arab Spring in the Middle East, in the uprising and success of which America played a key role, she was once again presented with an opportunity to begin taking swift steps towards implementing her plan. America employed her satanic stratagem by openly and covertly piting rival groups against each other and began using these indebted factions against Islamic movements, turning the entire Middle East into a battleground.
Syria unfortunately has suffered most of the brunt. America again adopted the same strategy in Syria, backing the Kurds, Bashar al-Assad and some rebel factions all at the same time, prolonging the war for 4.5 years with seemingly no end in sight. This war has taken the lives of nearly 300000 Syrians, over half a million have been wounded and nearly half the population has been either internally displaced or forced to migrate to other lands. The pathway for the division of Syria has been set and Imperialist nations have been provided a prime chance to occupy this land and build military bases.
As Russia has seemingly recovered somewhat after the dispersion of the Soviet Union hence it is looking to increase its influence in the Middle East. Russia sent its war planes and soldiers to Syria at the beginning of the previous month, in complete understanding with the USA and at the request of the Assad regime, in order to delay the fall of the regime and help the Alawites establish their reign from Damascus to Tartus and all the way up to Latakia. The Russian efforts of establishing an Alawite regime have been launched in complete cooperation and understanding with the US however America showed discomfort only after the Russians moved in advanced air defense, missile interception systems, heavy weaponry and 4000 troops for a protracted invasion.
Barely a month had passed since the Russian intervention when America also declared a troop mission to Syria. American officials said that 50 troops will be deployed to Kurdish controlled lands in north and north-east Syria and only last week the secretary of defense indicated towards increasing troop levels in Syria. Sending US Special Forces to Kurdish controlled areas is to directly help the Kurds create the nation of Kurdistan, a plan which was drawn up during the ‘Sevres’ treaty in 1920.
Russia and the US under a joint plan also want to create a Sunni political group and empower it with a new government which will be based Syria’s north-west with Aleppo as its capital. And at the same time plans for a separate Sunni governorate in the south and south-west have also been created however since there are many factions involved in the fighting therefore creating two sphere of Sunni influence seems difficult.
Israel also has a keen interest in getting involved in the Syrian interventionism. Israel and Russia signed a military cooperation pact last month and created a joint operations room inside Syria. Similarly Russia, US and Israel carried out joint military exercises to coordinate their aircrafts and avoid any mishaps. And after signing cooperation agreement with Russia, Israeli military officials declared that they wish to give a legal status to their involvement in Syria.
Israel has for decades had close relations with the minority ‘Druze’ based in southern Syria on the borders with Israel. The Druze community living in Israel hold important government positions and are gifted every right available therefore Israel considers it her moral obligation to protect the Druze living in Syria. A security analyst and Israeli Journalist Yossi Melman declared that if the Druze of Syria were to face any threat, Israel would not remain silent. Israeli newspapers also say that the Druze community and its leaders have called on the Israeli government to intervene in Syria while the Druze in Syria have requested arms and those living in Israel have asked for permission to fight on behalf of the brethren in Syria.
Looking at these statements and strategic movements, one can safely assume that Israel will soon begin attacks on Syria under the cover of support for the Druze, establish military bases in Suwayda governorate where most of the Druze are based and pave the way for the creation of a Druze government with its capital being As-Suwayda.
Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad. She is a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.