Will Iraq be part of the great Levant project that the US and Israel are planning?
12:30 - 31/08/2020
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According to a report by the American Enterprise Institute, which specializes in strategic studies, there is a hidden American project to push [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
to a tripartite alliance that includes Egypt, Jordan and Iraq under the pretext of finding an outlet on the Mediterranean to connect directly with two of the poorest European countries, namely Cyprus and Greece, ignoring Syria and its role as if it is an indication of the entity’s control. The Zionist movement is on the region within the Trump Kushner project to destroy the Palestinian cause and the policies of normalization with the Gulf states.
The report, which was translated by Al-Maalouma Agency, stated that “Al-Kazemi's visit and his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and King Abdullah of Jordan at the Amman summit last week is more important than his visit to Washington, considering this meeting and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
shift towards the Mediterranean region as a smart strategic step.” According to the site report.
He added, "Baghdad's endeavor to balance its relations between Washington and Tehran is not a new matter and it is not the only source of concern, but there are also tensions and competition between Tehran and the Gulf states, as Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 eroded Gulf support for Iraq."
The report acknowledged that “the Gulf states and Jordan refused to enable the Shiites to rule within the framework of democratic practice after the overthrow of Saddam’s regime, and many, including perhaps the Jordanian King Abdullah II, sought to reverse it by financing or enabling terrorism even after the United States officially restored Iraqi sovereignty. Many Arab countries refused to return their embassies. In fact, while the Arab countries complained about the growth of what they called (Iranian influence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
), although they refused to compete for their influence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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today is trying to ensure that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
is evaluated as an equal player with the other parties instead of being scrap to be fought over, and here the opportunity appears to be, in cooperation with Egypt and Jordan, part of a bloc that the report called (moderate).
He explained that “ [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, through the partnership with Egypt and Jordan, Al-Kazemi can link [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
to a much larger market and ensure that trade can build a middle class,” noting that “ [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
's greatest assets in oil are its people, and therefore Iraqi interests should not end at the White Sea. The Mediterranean or on the borders of the Arab world, time is running out, as the generation of war in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
after 2003 prepares to enter into a workforce that the Iraqi government cannot support at the present time.
The report showed part of the details of this hidden American project by saying that “Al-Kazemi realizes that while Greece recovers from its financial problems and Cyprus from the Corona virus’s destruction of the tourism industry, they can both achieve joint profits from Iraqi human capital, as the tensions that Turkey raised in the eastern sea The average resulted in the reluctance of Greece and the Cypriots to employ the Turks, while the Iraqis do not face these restrictions, and there is no reason why [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
not seek an advantage, which could be a win-win situation for all. ”
It is mentioned that “while talking about this project through the report, it completely ignores Syria, as it is the closest outlet for Iraq to the Mediterranean, while Greece is considered one of the poorest countries and a collapse in its deteriorating economy, while Cyprus, which lives on tourism only, is considered one of the main points of the intelligence services. International, and especially the Zionist Mossad. End / 25 z