Vie Lizzie Phelan
The first “Arab Spring” was the Arab Revolt in 1916 when the Hashemites and Wahabis (ie the ancestors of today’s Al Qaeda who have always been linked to the ancestors of today’s Ikhwan/Muslim Brotherhood) colluded with the British to overthrow the increasingly nationalistic Ottoman Empire from the Middle East and wider region. This lead to the current borders of “Saudi Arabia”.
The establishment of this relationship lead to their collusion with the British, French and zionist occupation and domination of Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and parts of Turkey.
The governments of Egyptian Gamal Abdel Nasser, Syrian Hafez al-Assad, Afghani Mohammad Najibullah Ahmadzai, Syrian Bashar al-Assad and Libyan Muammar Gaddafi have historically always been a threat to the west because of their socialist and pan-oppressed (including part of the non-alligned movement, pan-Arab and/or pan-African) characters. They have also been a threat to the agendas of the Wahabis and…
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