[ltr]Warnings of a third world war and the "bloodbath" in the Middle East[/ltr][ltr]
London - Iraq Press - February 6: The British security experts, have expressed fears the outbreak of a third world war, against the background of the circle in Syria war, regional influences in this conflict raging.
The newspaper "Daily Star" the British, that there is a terrifying array of superpowers, are competing to create a messy struggle between the warring parties in Syria five years ago.
According to experts, there are fears of a bloodbath in the region, more than what happened in the First World War, pointing out that it may develop into a large-scale regional war, the suburbs will be the Middle East.
Those concerns came in the wake of declaration of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is ready to send ground troops into Syria, in addition to intelligence reports indicate that Turkey is ready to invade Syria, and the declaration of Ukraine as well as looking to send troops.
According to experts, if those forces clashed with the Russians or Iranians on the ground, it is possible to join NATO, including Britain, to those of World War III dreadful.
Most military experts believe, that conflict as a proxy war between Sunni Muslims led by Saudi Alsaudinh, American caring, and Iranian Shiite Muslims with the support of Russia.
It is known that the Iranian political list to feed sectarian conflicts in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Bahrain and Lebanon.
Said Tom Wilson, a researcher at the Center for Henry Jackson Society, said that the proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran has now entered a stage of rapid escalation.
He added: "Saudi debate on sending troops to Syria may be a ploy to try to force the West to take more decisive action in this country instead."
He continued: "If the Saudis actually deploy troops on the ground in Syria, this will be a large open a new front may descend into a large-scale regional conflict."
The Riyadh explained that the possible intervention in Syria aims to fight Daash, but Tehran and Damascus balked at such an intervention, which indicates that the issue of fighting terrorism, and brought by the Syrian regime, is just an excuse to suppress the moderate Syrian opposition, according to activists. Q ended