US confused foreign policy: After Iran, the West considers Assad’s position as potential partner

Elijah J. Magnier


Original article: via @alraimediagroup

Elijah J. Magnier – @ejmalrai

To expand its military bases in the Middle East, the United States position was systematically against Iran, pushing the Gulf countries to purchase more weapons to “defend itself”. As Iran is now regarded as “moderate” in the U.S administration eyes, the nuclear deals has been struck. On the 4th of June 2014, Foreign Secretary John Kerry asked Iran, Russia and Hezbollah to intervene in Syria, to start a more effective war on terrorism in Bilad al-Sham with the help of the Russian Air Force.

What has happened since? The US is now focusing on Russia following its intervention in the war in Syria. Suddenly, for the US, the Salafist Jihadists, al-Qaeda fi bilad al-Sham (Jabhat al-Nusra), Ahrar al Sham, Jund al-Aqsa, Jund al-Sham, Jaish al Muhajereen wal ansar (pledge alliance to AQ) are claimed by the international community as…

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