Syrian Crisis: Geopolitical Roots, Rise of ISIS & Ramifications for West Asia, India And The World
By Feroze Mithiborwala
20 January, 2016
Syrian Crisis: Geopolitical roots, Rise of ISIS & Ramifications for West Asia, India and the World’, a talk by Feroze Mithiborwala, a Mumbai-based peace activist who has visited Syria thrice in the past three years.
The war against Syria is enmeshed in various regional and geopolitical complexities. In fact the war is being led by an alliance comprising largely of the West and Israel, with the Gulf monarchies of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE Bahrain, with Turkey too playing a key and devastating role.
Even mainstream Western sources have alluded to the fact that the ISIS and the Jabhat al Nusra (Al Qaeda of Syria) are being funded, armed and backed by key Arab allies of the West.
With various statements of Western leaders, Military and Intelligence Experts, references and videos, this lecture establishes beyond doubt, that the War on Syria, is part of a larger design that goes back all the way to 2006.