The Balfour Declaration granted the international legitimacy for Zionist settler colonialism and sowed the seeds for the future dispossession of the native, Palestinian, population.
While there is a lot of focus on the outcry Trump’s decision has caused, there is not much about the reason “why” President Trump made this decision.
“Evidence” cited in the Iran Sanctions, or Hakan Atilla case, formerly known as the Reza Zarrab case, have been provided by the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), who illegally smuggled documents from Turkey to the US.
Members of the Turkish opposition, FETO and the US have utilized around the Iran Sanctions Case, using it as an opportunity to attack the government.
The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh has driven the Saudi-Iran proxy war on to a different level, and there is no doubt that the Riyadh administration will intensify military operations in Yemen.
The crisis surrounding Jerusalem won’t serve U.S. interests. Instead, the White House will breathe new life into Iran and force the Gulf to swallow a very bitter pill.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s words “Jerusalem is a red line for Muslims,” has summoned up to a great extent the feelings attached to Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Following the resignation of Masoud Barzani as president of the KRG, relations between the Baghdad and KRG administrations have entered a new era in which the semi-independent status of the KRG has become something of the past. The much spoken about Kurdish ascendance in the Middle East has inevitably proved to be a mirage.
While the rivalry between the United Arab Emirates and Turkey has deepened since the 2011 Arab uprisings, the two countries have achieved positive relations in industries such as defense.
The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh is expected to trigger country-wide escalation in violence in Yemen, with millions of Saleh’s supporters expected to vie for revenge.