rıdvan caner wrote at 2013-07-30 19:17:48
AL Kaeda is a subcontractor company of CIA which works to establish pro USA dictatorships in the Middle East and North Africa; especially in all secular Arabic countries which trade with Russia and China .... Arab Spring as a movement had nothing to do with enlightenment of Arabs and has nothing to do with DEMOCRACY SEEKING; it was to overthrow pro-Russian secular governments(dictatorships) and establish shariatic pro USA dictatorships... CIA used religions and factions to successfully accomplish what USA wanted... It became partly successful in Libya and Egypt ... Turkey was a success for USA since 2001. Everyone thinks there is secular democracy in Turkey. No ... Tayyip Erdoğan, who several times declared that democracy is not a target but a means to introduce sharia into Turkey, is a dictator just like Morsi. Both are pro American dictators. They both work for Israel and USA, not for their own countries. The USA wants to govern the whole world through the dictators it appoints. It has economic interests to do so. As it can control OIL resources and it can lend credits with high interests and with many other fringe benefits of wild imperialism which we call globalism nowadays... THE USA uses EL Kaeda to change the governments. But it also uses AL Kaeda to terrorize the whole world against Islam... The USA, which has only its warfare industry to stand on its legs, does this to sell weapons and to make profits...In short, it urgently needs a polarized world. The USA has its A, B, C plans lest things may get sour for them. In Syria things got sour for them as Israel didn't want a radical and reactionary government in their vicinity as you might have guessed. No single Arab Muslim has yet recognized what democracy is. That is why they can easily be governed and manipulated by CIA and its sub contractor AL Kaeda.
I`m originally from the United States, and now make my home in Israel - after living for some years in Hong Kong and England.
In addition to handling general questions about Israeli life and history, I can field questions relating to strategic aspects of terrorism and counter-terrorism, as well as some tactical aspects. As an Associate of the International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), I can draw on ICT`s accumulated expertise in this area. As the Lead Researcher for ICT`s "al-Aqsa Intifada" Database Project (and author of "An Engineered Tragedy", ICT`s report on the findings of this project), I have become the world`s leading expert (indeed, as far as I know, the world`s only expert) on the demographics of the victims of the phase of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that began in September 2000.
Going beyond terrorism per se, I can answer questions regarding pretty much all aspects of the Israeli-Arab conflict.
Experience in the area I've lived in Israel for over eight years. For more than five years, I have been associated with the Institute for Counter-Terrorism at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel. My own role there is, to a degree, that of "expert in everything else" - that is, I'm less of a security expert than many of the other researchers there, but I have a broader background in other areas, including banking and finance, general scientific subjects, and so on. I also can draw upon the knowledge of other ICT staff.
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