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Brian-Ghilliotti · 1 month ago
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Brian-Ghilliotti Brian Ghilliotti 0 points (0|0|0) 1 month ago

I agree with this analysis. This will be especially true if it will become next to impossible for the United States to compel the Turks into accepting the existence of the various Kurdish entities on its southern border. This will effectively close the east-west leg of the Gulf based pipeline planned for Syria. This will be more likely if Iraq is successfull eradicating the ISIS presence within its own borders. It will be harder for the US to justify its presence there, and Iraq may open up more and more to Iranian influence. The Gulf monarchies may chose to run its planned pipeline westward within Saudi territory, through Jordan, and terminating in a "liberated" southern Syria. They will expect the bulk of the fighting to be handled by combined Western and Israeli forces, but the staging areas for the western forces will be in Jordan. This will include sizeable components of Gulf Arab militaries, to make the operation look more justified under a coalition umbrella. Is real will stage in the goal on Heights area and have an opportunity to take southern Syria and all of the hydrocarbon resources that have been discovered there. His rules excuse will be to go after Hezbollah.

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Brian-Ghilliotti Brian Ghilliotti 0 points (0|0|0) 1 month ago

Meant to say: "Israel's excuse will be to go after Hezbollah". Speak text. Watch for a steady build up of Arab armies with Western forces already there under the guise of an excercise.

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