The Israeli propaganda outlet, The Wall Street, reported on March 8, 2011 that Ehud Barak wants another US$20 billion US taxpayers’ money to upgrade the demoralized Jewish army to face potential threats from the regime changes in the Middle East being carried out by the West – in case some of them turned out to be ‘anti-Semitic’.
However, after the revelation of a new ‘smoking gun’ on Iran’s nuclear program by the US-Israel ‘blessed’ head of the United Nations watchdog agency Yukiya Amano, Ehud Barak should double the military aid demand in order to protect American interests in the Middle East. The Zionists’ hasbara mouthpiece, The New York Times, reported two days ago: “Yukiya Amano said that he could not guarantee that Iran was not trying to develop atomic arms. He also said that Iran might have worked on a nuclear arms program later than 2004, indirectly contradicting a public American intelligence estimate (NIE Report 2007), and that Iran was refusing to cooperate with the agency’s investigation of Iran’s nuclear program”.
Islamic Republic’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Ramin Mehmanparast has slammed Amano’s remarks – calling him serving the interests of the anti-Iran regimes, saying: “Making ambiguous or two-edged statements and raising old issues such as alleged studies without presenting any credible evidence and documents show that there is heavy political pressure on the agency and the IAEA tries to meet certain countries’ political demands”.
According to a study conducted by Russian daily Trud (Labour) - eventually the main losers in the destablization situation in the Middle East will be United States, Israel and Russia in that order. The winners, in the long run, from the current Arab crisis would be Islamic Republic followed by Turkey and Syria.
Most of the experts interviewed by Trud – based their conclusions on the assumption that when the dust settledown in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and other parts of the Arab world, the new regimes will have to turn to Islamic groups for their stablity – as happened in PA territories (Hamas) and Lebanon (Hiz’bullah) in the past.
The fear of Islamists is not due to expectations that the new regimes may start mistreating their Judeo-Christian minorities as the Muslim minorities are being mistreated in the West under the ZOGs currently or the way Jewish communities were persecuted in Europe in the past – but because the US would lose $90 billion arms deals with Saudi Arabia, $2 billion arms sale to Egypt and Russia will lose $8.5 billion arms sale to Libya and Algeria. And on top of all that – most of the new Arab regimes may become more aggressive in supporting the anti-Israel resistance groups in occupied Palestine and Lebanon.
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