Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq to be partitioned? A Greater Israel to be created?


April 2004

According to analysts in Indonesia and Malaysia, a greater Israel is in the making. This comes with the fall of Saddam and with the taming of Syria, Iran and other Arab nations.

The UK and U.S. are assisting Israel in a plan to partition Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Iraq and Syria.

“Libya is also a target in what is now to be called the ‘Middle Eastern Axis of evil’ in a bid to secure both oil and strategic regions for the strengthening of the U.S. Empire and the making of a greater Israel in the Middle East,” Abdullai Rauf, a political analyst told

Dr Gatut Priyowidodo Msi, who told Indonesia's Antara news agency Sharon was setting the stage for a “greater Israel” after the fall of Baghdad.

Professor Priyowidodo said on April 14 that the warnings given to Syria by the U.S. were strong enough to indicate that the Middle Eastern nation was the next target in a “cleansing” of the region.

Israel is already considered the mini-super power of the region with its arsenal of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction, said other experts in Asia.

“A change in regime in Syria, a greater Israel, will have a huge impact on the entire world and the South East Asian region with Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and other Muslim nations here will not be safe anymore,” said Abdullai.

“To realize the dream of a greater Israel, Sharon will lobby that the U.S. and British forces be used to invade Syria and Iran,” he added.


The assassination of the former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Al Hariri.


The Syrian media is pointing the finger of suspicion at Israel.

"What happened was an attempt to shatter national unity in Lebanon, to sow anarchy and divisions which lead to a climate of civil war," said government newspaper Tishrin.

Israel "continues to work to sabotage Lebanon's achievements to try to bring anarchy to the country and to be able to continue its occupation of the Shebaa Farms", a disputed strip of land along the Israeli border, the newspaper added.

Several analysts say that Syria is targeted by Hariri's assassination.

"Syria certainly did not need to complicate the situation, just when it is already in the firing line" over UN Resolution 1559, Rauf Ghoneim, a former Egyptian deputy foreign minister, said.

According to several political analysts, Al Hariri’s assassination is aimed at drowning Lebanon in another civil war. Arab commentators called on Lebanon on Tuesday to unite against such threat, with some suggesting that Israel has greatly benefited from the death of Al Hariri.


Unknown said...

Aang - You were well ahead of the game here, well done.


Anon said...

Many thanks.

- Aangirfan

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