La prensa islámica dice que EEUU y Al-Qaeda son la misma cosa

Bien, Obamamesías, vamos bien:

Sen. Barack Obama smiles

Sen. Barack Obama smiles (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Si Barack Obama decide a atacar al régimen en Siria, habrá asegurado, por primera vez en la historia, que EE.UU. está en el mismo bando que Al Qaeda”, escribe el periodista del diario británico ‘The Independent’ Robert Fisk.
Dennis Kucinich, ex miembro del Congreso de EE.UU. y que votó contra la Guerra en Irak, asegura que el ataque a Siria convertiría a EE.UU. en “la fuerza aérea de Al Qaeda”.

Tim Stanley, en los blogs del Telegraph, dice que “el enemigo de mi enemigo puede terminar siendo el más peligroso enemigo de todos“:

These are the kind of people we’d be allying ourselves with in any conflict. The Islamist rebels hate Christians and have given them the option of “flee or die”. In June, the Catholic priest Francois Murad was murdered by a Syrian opposition group; according to the Vatican, he was beheaded in public while boys and men cheered. This week, video leaked out of the country purporting to show a roadside execution of three men accused of being insufficiently Muslim. Their truck was flagged down and they were interrogated to find out if they were Sunnis or members of the Alawite minority according to their prayer habits. When they gave the “wrong” responses, they were taken to the side of the road and shot in the back to shouts of “Allahu Akbar”. The presence of such savages within the rebel ranks threatens to open up a second civil war within the rebellion itself: according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Kurds and Islamists are shooting at each other right now in the northeast of the country.

Of course, Assad has proven himself just as capable of brutality – he’s a vile dictator that the West should have rejected, isolated and helped drive from office years ago. Had we intervened earlier, when the opposition was dominated by democrats, we might have compelled proper elections and created a freer Syria. But a mix of our inaction, Assad’s tenacity, radicalisation and foreign intervention by Islamists has helped to pollute the rebel faction with religious maniacs. The result is that we don’t know who we’re siding with in a war that feels so depressingly inevitable. The enemy of our enemy could turn out to be our most dangerous enemy of all.

Lastly, someone gets it! The fact he is English doesn’t really matter at all (Gibraltar is not in Syria… :mrgreen: ).

Es más, diversos expertos ya han advertido de que la alternativa a Assad es Al-Qaeda:

El director del Centro de Estudios Árabes de la Universidad de Chile, Eugenio Chahuán, (dijo) en el ámbito de las relaciones multilaterales “hay que entender que la alternativa, el grupo con mayor posibilidad de adquirir el poder frente a una crisis política en Siria, es Al Qaeda, y bueno, entre el Gobierno de Al Asad y Al Qaeda, no hay mucho donde perderse”, desde la óptica estadounidense.

Por supuesto, eso no quiere decir que EEUU y Al-Qaeda sean lo mismo, pero todo ello presta un flaco favor a la lucha antiterrorista, no sólo de EEUU sino a la del resto de países.

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