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West Fathered ISIS

This is an organization that has an apocalyptic, end-of-days strategic vision which will eventually have to be defeated,” Gen Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Pentagon press conference in August.
Military action is necessary to halt the spread of the ISIS “cancer,” said President Obama. This statement was preceded by expanded airstrikes across Iraq and Syria, and new measures to arm and train Iraqi and Kurdish ground forces.
“The only way to defeat [IS] is to stand firm and to send a very straightforward message,” declared Prime Minister Cameron. “A country like ours will not be cowed by these barbaric killers.”
These are some of the most direct statements that the western leaders have issued against ISIS confirming their resolve to uproot terrorism in whatever form it appears. Despite this resolve it seems that ISIS has grown in power. It makes one wonder, that how an organization can survive the wrath of the leading world powers. This question troubles most of the world and the answer to it is simple. The western powers are not working against ISIS instead they are working with it, in fact ISIS is the creation of western powers in order to facilitate the creation of greater Israel and to eliminate any potential threat to the US or Israel for that matter. This claim can be made on the basis of that US and British forces have through covert operations and directly supported a faction of AL-Qaeda which later broke away and emerged as ISIS.
This British-American alliance aimed towards the formation of small terrorists’ pockets in different parts of the world has been going on since 2003. Joint efforts have been conducted openly, by these two powers, to support different terrorist factions of Al-Qaeda all around the world. Their funding and support has stretched to organizations spread across Middle East and Africa with the aim that all these terrorists pockets will combine to serve neoconservative ideology, motivated by loWest Fathered ISISngstanding but often contradictory ambitions to dominate regional oil resources, defend an expansionist Israel, and in pursuit of these, re-draw the map of the Middle East.
“It’s not that we don’t want the Salafis to throw bombs,” said one US government defense consultant in 2007. “It’s who they throw them at – Hezbollah, Moqtada al-Sadr, Iran, and at the Syrians, if they continue to work with Hezbollah and Iran.”
The US administration is playing a vicious game of divide and rule in Iraq, since 2003. According to the November report for the US Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) and Strategic Studies Department, US considered dividing its enemies, post-invasion Iraq and it was termed as “an interesting case study of fanning discontent among enemies, leading to ‘red-against-red’ [enemy-against-enemy] firefights.” Their main objective is to weaken the Muslim states of Middle East, Iran, Turkey, and Pakistan by taking the Shi’a Sunni dispute to a global scale. This dispute was fuelled in Iraq when Shi’a majority, minority replaced the Sunni majority, to manage the administration of the country. This created resent among Sunnis and as a result AL-Qaeda gained popularity. Americans sought to escalate the se by supporting the Shi’a regime while funding different factions of Al-Qaeda against the Shi’a administration. This evil game is all set to bear fruit in Syria where the Assad regime, which is predominantly Shi’a is being challenged by militants of ISIS who claim to be representatives of Sunnis.
In essence, the creation of ISIS is aimed to ward off any potential threat to the Western powers except France and former colonies like Maali, Tunis etc, which does fall under US influence as Uk is. As a result, ISIS has not only destroyed Syria but now looks towards Russia which has entered Syrian war in favor of Assad regime. This creation of the West is to form the basis of Middle East division and of other Islamic states within the region so that there is no strong threat to the creation of greater Israel.

Mirza Kashif Baig is a MBA from IoBM and has been actively contributing for Monthly Interaction for over a year.

By Kashif Mirza

Mirza Kashif Baig is a MBA from IoBM and has been actively contributing for Monthly Interaction for over a year.

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