Understanding west’s double-standard stance vis-à-vis Islam

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Bernard CazeneuveFinally, the Élysée Palace was persuaded by Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi  minister  of foreign affairs , to buy low-priced crude oil that have tantalized Paris so much. In return, French interior ministry ignored the main source of the currenst security conundrum by shutting down several mosques allegedly preaching radicalism.

The French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve reiterated this campaign of cracking down on radical al-Qaeda sympathizers shall continue for the time being.

Earlier, in Belgium, an international symposium was convened on Saudi vicious role in supporting terrorist organizations. Pressed by endless questions posed by reporters, Adel al-Jubeir timorously denounced Islam and proclaimed that it is in EU countries’ best interests to condone Saudi pernicious foreign policies of supporting terrorism, rather European governments must restrict Islamic activities.

Ironically, the very EU capitals that shed crocodile tears for Al Qaeda-inspired terrorists fighting the Syrian legitimate government of Bashar al-Assad. Now this question instantly comes in one’s mind that for what reason the West— Washington, London, Paris, etc.–confines the Muslim community to practice their faith freely, whereas arms and trains so-called ‘moderate’ rebels with a wide variety of lethal weapons, namely chemical weapons.


Washington cajoles Israel:  It is either we sign the Iran deal now, or it’s war

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Mark E. Langfan , the pro-Israeli New York-based attorney who writes frequently on Middle Eastern affairs and security issues confronting Israel , says Iran nuclear deal sealed last July and the two-state solution  are two mischievous lies concocted by American Jewish lobbies to mislead the American public  opinion for decades .

Ben Rhodes, U.S. administration’s deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, also states that the Jewish lobbies believes It is either we sign the Iran deal now, or it’s war.  It’s now or never.  If we don’t make a deal we’ll be forced into a worse deal later.


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