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Antony Blinken working all out to get Saudi Arabia to join Middle East NATO Pact ...
Ending isolation of the leadership United Arab Emirates and Salman's Saudi Arabia ...
Keeping Arab States United in Trump era Abraham "Economic' Accords with Israel and breaking the OPEC+ alliance with the Russian Federation and as derivative the fossil fuels coming out of the Caspian Sea basin. Turkey still a key nation to keep inside NATO. A lot of horse trading ahead and lucrative contracts for US military industrial complex. Joe on campaign with his business attaché case next to the nuclear football to set America's Century visa Russia and China as economic foes.
Biden's visit delayed as efforts to normalise Saudi, Israel ties continue | Dawn News |
US media outlets reported that Biden would also meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman when he visits the kingdom.
The reports speculated that larger political and strategic interests would persuade Biden to meet the prince despite his concerns about his alleged involvement in the murder of a Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
The trip would include a summit in Saudi Arabia with the leaders of nine Arab countries, followed by visits to Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
The targeted killing of Al Jazeera journalist of Shireen Abu Aqleh, the. Voice of Palestine.
Thus America is designing an E.U. concept in the Middle East based on economic cooperation with a NATO designed military pact to face a "hostile" Russia and China who will be placed in the Dog House and isolated from Western technologies. In will be a Federation of States avoiding the European fault lines of a bureaucratic heart split between Brussels and Strasburg.
The New Europe
Joe can't miss out on business opportunities in the vast wealth of the Middle East
H Y P O C R I S Y
Benefits granted to Jared Kushner and Mnuchin by the leaders of the UAE and KSA
All House investigations will be reversed from November 2022 ...
US Will Be Ousted by Saudi King Abdullah in Middle-East | Posted by Oui on Feb 27, 2013 |
Saudi king ousts nephew to name son as first in line to throne | The Guardian - June 21, 2017 |
King Salman of Saudi Arabia has ousted his nephew as crown prince and replaced him with his son, Mohammed bin Salman, confirming the 31-year-old as heir and consolidating the kingdom’s move to reassert its influence as a regional power.
The move was announced by royal decree just after midnight, stunning the Saudi establishment, which has seen Bin Salman’s profile soar over the past three years but regarded the role of the former crown prince, Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran security tsar, as secure.
President Trump called Bin Salman on Wednesday to congratulate him on his “recent elevation”.
“The president and the crown prince committed to close cooperation to advance our shared goals of security, stability, and prosperity across the Middle East and beyond,” a White House statement said, adding that the two leaders talked about cutting off support for terrorists, resolving Saudi Arabia’s dispute with Qatar, economic cooperation and “a lasting peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians.”
UAE Hired US Mercenaries for Assassinations in Yemen
Major Policy Shift On Saudi Relations and MbS | Feb 17, 2021 |
Middle East policy back on the drawing table ... Trump's envoy Jared Kushner close friendship with MBS and family friend Bibi Netanyahu will be recalibrated ... in no diplomatic terms, the Biden team sanctions MBS on human rights issues.
Salman’s Saudi Tiger Squad
’Saved his ass': Trump reportedly boasted he shielded MBS after Khashoggi murder | Times of Israel - Sept. 11, 2020 |
In upcoming book, journalist Bob Woodward says US president bragged about protecting Saudi crown prince from Congress after killing of critic in 2018.
Bush family hosts Saudi Crown Prince Salman as Riyadh's attempt to toss 9/11 lawsuits fails | Daily Sabah - Apr 8, 2018 |
Intelligence chief Mohammed bin Nayef relations Prince Bandar friendship with George Bush visit Texas ranch in Crawford — remembering 9/11 attacks
King Abdullah: The Middle East’s Failed Peacemaker | The Daily Beast - Jan 23, 2015 |
But Abdullah was doomed to disappointment. The ambassador remembers that when they were together the king would ask rhetorically, “Where are the men of honor left in the Middle East?” And the answer, clearly, was “none are to be found.”
In recent years Abdullah’s traditional values and attitudes became a source of huge frustration for him. People close to the ninety-something king say events seemed to overwhelm him, baffle him, infuriate him. He believed he had made a peace offer to Israel that it could not refuse, and yet it had. He could not accept the news that those who carried out the 9/11 attacks on the United States, the “miscreants” as he called them, were sons of Saudi Arabia. But they were. He had wanted to bring stability to the Middle East, and all he saw was growing chaos.
With his own powers waning (he was said to sleep most of the day) he entrusted some very sensitive issues to that most Machiavellian of Saudi princes, Bandar bin Sultan, the former ambassador to Washington who, before he finally was dismissed as intelligence chief last year, achieved results exactly opposite of those intended: Syria fractured amid unconscionable slaughter; the so-called Islamic State grew; Iraq became a Shiite-dominated country on Saudi Arabia’s northern border; and now Yemen, the kingdom’s poor but strategically vital neighbor, is falling apart on the southern frontier.
Abdullah gave Bandar two important briefs. One was to stop the advance of the Muslim Brotherhood in the region after the Arab Spring. The organization, originally modeled on the communist and fascist parties of the 1920s, promises a sort of theocratic democracy undermining traditional monarchies, and the House of Saud has come to see it as a direct threat. So the Saudis were instrumental in supporting Egypt’s Gen. Abdel Fattah al Sisi when he overthrew the Brotherhood’s elected government in Cairo in 2013 and then moved to crush the whole organization. But Egypt, now, is in terrible economic condition, and even the Saudi government is said to be tired of writing checks to keep it afloat.
The other major goal for Bandar was to stop the advancing influence and presence of Iran in the region. Riyadh sent troops into little Bahrain to suppress Shiite-led protest there. But every other point of confrontation was a disaster. Most recently the Houthis in Yemen, allegedly with Iranian support, have overthrown the Saudi-backed government there.
In Syria, because Abdullah would not support the traditional Muslim Brotherhood-led opposition, and vehemently opposed the Iran-allied Assad government, his agents found themselves groping for other groups to carry out a revolution. In the process the Saudis provided support directly or indirectly to fighters that eventually aligned with al Qaeda or, worse still, the newly established “Islamic State” widely known as ISIS or ISIL.
Salman Offered Candidate Trump Assassination Program on Iran
The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Israel conspired to defeat Democrats in 2016 … gave full support to any opposing candidate from the GOP. Revenge fir the Iran nuclear deal signed by Barack Obama. Human Rights?