Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Forget Syria, Iran and Saudi Arabia moving into Russian camp

One of the most poignant and important things about the ongoing Russian occupation in Syria is that President Assad invited Putin to send in troops and arms to fight Islamic terror groups, while the U.S. led ISIS and militant rebels are little more than rogue offenders seeking to illegally bring down a sovereign government.  And despite all the rhetoric being used against Russia by the Western media, support within the Middle East is actually more on the side of Putin than it is on Washington.
And because of this growing support, nations outside of Syria, and even ones that were once strongly in the American camp, are suddenly changing course and are seeking new trade and financial agreements with the Eurasian power that could completely change the landscape of the Middle East.


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