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The Saudi Bull in Arab China Shop. The Saudi-Israeli Marriage of Convenience against Syria and Iran

King Abdullah

Jan 8, 2014, Global Research Obsessed with the “Iran threat,” which leads to its warmongering in Syria, Saudi Arabia is acting like a bull in a china shop, wreaking regional havoc in an already Arab fragile political environment and creating what George Joffe’ of Cambridge University’s Centre of International Studies, …

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The Last Chance for Peace in Syria?

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) meets with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah during a tour to the Middle East.

Dec 23, 2013, Counterpunch The war in Syria grinds on, an endless wreckage of shattered limbs and lives. The blood flows across borders, fueling the religious sectarian killing across the Middle East that is the life-blood of the Syrian conflict. Hopes rose in Syria after Obama’s last minute decision not to …

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Washington’s New Islamic Front: Expanded U.S. Support to Al Qaeda Rebels in Syria

Dec 15, 2013, Global Research From the outset, the Western military alliance has (covertly) supported the terrorists with a view to destabilizing Syria as a nation state. Lest we forget, Al Qaeda is a creation of the CIA.  The US, NATO, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have channeled most …

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Al Qaeda Terrorism in Syria is a “Weapon of Mass Destruction”

Dec 17, 2013, Global Research On November 27, 2013, at a United Nations Security Council Stakeout, the Syrian Ambassador displayed a file of 258 letters addressed to the Security Council, documenting terrorist actions, terrorist groups and terrorist individuals currently operating in Syria, or arrested for such activities.  These letters urgently …

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Al Qaeda Rebels Supported by Uncle Sam: US, Allies to Blame for Chemical Attack in Syria

Nov 2, 2013, Global Research An analyst says the United States and its allies in the region are to blame for having helped militants in Syria to launch the deadly chemical attack on civilians in August. Michel Chossudovsky told Press TV in an interview on Friday that the US-led “military …

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Saudi Arabia urges arming Syria militants

Former Saudi intelligence agency chief Prince Turki al-Faisal

Nov 6, 2013, Press TV Former Saudi intelligence agency chief has demanded sending more arms to foreign-backed Takfiri militants fighting the Syrian government, expressing concern that the continuation of war in the country would endanger Israel. Prince Turki al-Faisal made the remarks in an interview with American daily newspaper Washington …

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US second in line to lead al-Qaeda forces in Syria

Oct 30, 2013, Press TV The US government is second in line to lead al-Qaeda forces fighting against the Syrian government after Saudi Arabia, a French newspaper reveals. George Malbrunot, a journalist for French newspaper Le Figaro, has investigated the ways in which arms are being delivered to the so-called …

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Rebels conduct new chemical weapons attack in Syria near Turkish border

A United Nations (UN) arms expert collects samples on August 29, 2013, as they inspect the site where rockets had fallen in Damascus' eastern Ghouta suburb during an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons strike near the capital (AFP Photo)

Oct 29, 2013, RT.com The rebels used chemical weapons in north-eastern Syria near the border with Turkey on Tuesday, a Lebanese TV channel Al-Mayadeen reported. The toxic shell exploded near a Kurdish defense forces’ checkpoint close to the border with Turkey in the city of Ras al-Ayn al-Hasakah. The attack …

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Truth and Falsehood in Syria: 23 Reasons Why We Should be Careful About Uncritically Accepting Western Views of the Syrian Insurrection

Oct 17, 2011, Jeremy Salt As insurrection in Syria lurches towards civil war, the brakes need to be put on the propaganda pouring through the Western mainstream media and accepted uncritically by many who should know better. So here is a matrix of positions from which to argue about what …

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