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China is Coming for the Middle East to Kick Out the U.S and Israel!

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Israel and the US administration, taking advantage  of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, are worried  about the increasing dominance of China, Russia  and Iran in the Middle East. China, which was  generally pro-Palestinian during the  conflict, is now trying to increase  its military activities in Syria and maintaining its neutral position.  

Russia had a similar attitude to  China, but clearly stated that it  would take a hostile attitude  towards Israel, if necessary,   as it considers Syria entirely as its own land.

Russia, which wants to exile the USA from   Syria completely, has increased  its military activities in the  region. It even brings nuclear  firepower to Syria. Iran, which has   always been in conflict with Israel and always supported Palestine,   indirectly participated in the  conflicts.

The hostility against Israel,  which has been rekindled in Iran  due to the oil relations with Syria,   and the efforts to end the US sovereignty in Iraq, may directly   come into conflict with Israel.  However, Iran cannot do this alone.  Russia and China support Iran from the shadows. 

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In addition, part of the missile support to the  Palestinian militant group Hamas  is provided from North Korea.  President Joe Biden, who did  not act for a ceasefire until   the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is over, adopts a humanist attitude and is now extending   a helping hand to Palestine.

Considering the movements of Russia, China and Iran in the   Middle East, this attitude of  the USA is not sincere at all.  He is clearly trying to ease tensions in  the region, with a $ 735 million arms deal,   to gain time for the Israeli army to restructure   and prepare for a possible conflict. 

The US administration is taking these  steps in Israel and Palestine because  it is worried about Russia and China’s   activities in the Middle East. But shouldn’t he do   this before the conflict, strengthening  his dominance in the region? Again, a  late move.

Russia and China are in full swing to take control of the Middle East.  Now, after shortly touching on  the US ‘moves in the region,   we will examine the situation of Russia, China and Iran, which are its main fear.  Mr Blinken met with Israeli officials on Tuesday,  promising Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington would replenish Iron Dome  interceptors and discuss Israel’s security needs  The United States will rally  support to rebuild Gaza without   allowing Hamas to siphon off resources for military needs,

Secretary of State from   Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territories. The United States will be moving forward with   the process of reopening our consulate in Jerusalem,” Mr Blinken said after meeting   Palestinian president Mahmud  Abbas in Ramallah. “That’s  an important way for our countries to engage with  and provide support to the Palestinian people.” 

Mr Netanyahu hardly mentioned the Palestinians in his remarks, in which he warned of a “very  powerful” response if Hamas breaks the ceasefire. 

But said there will be no peace until the  Palestinians recognise Israel as a “Jewish state.”  After the ceasefire, there are still mortal  clashes between Israel and Palestine,   and new war sparks are spreading around.  VLADIMIR PUTIN is on standby to “exploit”  the Israel-Palestine conflict if it means  Russia can get an upper hand over the  West, a defence expert has claimed. 

Russia is ready and willing to exploit the conflict in the Middle East in order to  the West, Express.co.uk was told.  It comes as Israel and Palestine enter the  fourth day of a ceasefire called last week. 

The truce held despite skirmishes that  broke out in Jerusalem shortly afterwards. Many claim Russia is increasingly willing   to calculate what it might gain from geopolitical crises such as the Israel-Palestine conflict, and how it could use the events to claim victory over the West.  Professor Julian Lindley-French, an internationally recognised strategic analyst and advisor in defence, said while Russia  had made no move to do so yet,

it would  be willing to “exploit” the  situation if it saw fit.  The veteran analyst has recently co-authored  book, ‘Future War’, exploring how  the US and Europe might consolidate their  military forces in the face of increasing  threats from the likes of Russia and  China, as well as handling new and cutting  edge techniques of conflict.

When asked what Mr Putin’s role in   the recent flare-up of the Israel-Palestine was, Prof Lindley-French said:   “He sees it all in terms of geopolitics and competition with the West and with Europe.  “Putin has a kind of understanding with  Recep Erdogan in Turkey,

but it’s only an  understanding, it’s not that deep; he’s  spoken to Benjamin Netanyahu, and has  links in Syria and Tehran. “But the way that Russia sees this is,   if it causes a problem for the Americans and Europe – the West – then it can be exploited.  “The Russians are a spoiler these days,  they’re not constrictive, and their whole  ethos is a zero sum game with the West.

If the West is in trouble it must be   good for Russia. I call it the Lubyanka Complex, something that was played out   in the Cold War with the KGB: that if the West was in trouble, Russia is winning,   Russia is in trouble the West must be winning.”  At the beginning of the conflict’s recent  flare-up, Russia appeared to move to  declare itself one of the world’s big  four powers, calling for a meeting of the Quartet of International Mediators,  established in 2002 but long since quiet. 

After a brief talk with United Nations  Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Russian  Minister Sergei Lavrov said:  “I think we came to a common conclusion  that the most urgent task is calling a of the quartet of international  : Russia, the United States,  the UN and the European Union.  “And we trust the Secretary-General  as the coordinator of the quartet.” 

Nothing came of Russia’s suggestion, however. There are signs that China may be moving   to take advantage of the US withdrawal from Syria as part  of a larger effort to expand its footprint in the Gulf and Middle East, Israeli sources fret.  Beijing for some time has had a toe  in Syria — politically aligning with  Russia in efforts at the UN to shield  Bashar al-Assad’s regime and counter  Western influence; voicing willingness  to take part in the country’s postcivil   war reconstruction; and providing  small amounts of humanitarian aid. 

One Israeli source asserted that Beijing’s  actions are at least in part a cover  for its wider Middle Eastern ambitions.  “It is obvious that the main target  is to have military foothold in Syria,”  one source said. “The US is aware of  the Chinese plan but so far has  not done anything to stop it.”  Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, head of  Central Command, during a visit to the  Gulf states told reporters that the  Middle East, writ large, “is an area of  intense competition between the  great powers.

And I think that as we  adjust our posture in the region,  Russia and China will be looking very  closely to see if a vacuum opens that  they can exploit,” Al Jazeera reported  today. McKenzie noted that weapons   sales are a lever both Moscow and Beijing could use to expand their influence  in Syria and the wider region, according to the report. (Both Moscow   and Beijing have provided weapons to Iraq, for example.)

He noted  that Russia has a history of offering air defense systems and other weapons to all comers;  and China has a longterm goal to expand its  economic power and ultimately establish military  bases in the region. As for Russia, the Defense   Intelligence Agency believes Russia is waging a campaign of harassment against US and   Western forces in Syria with an “ultimate goal” of pushing the   US out of Syria, according to a May 8 report to Congress by the Pentagon’s   Lead Inspector General for Operation Inherent Resolve.

An Israeli defense   source sad that the Russians are “moving slow but with a plan.”  Risk reduction is vital in the  development of this new Air Force bomber.  Northrop Grumman is driving risk  out of the program with digital  capabilities throughout design,  build, prototype, and test. 

Moscow has increased the number of  its military personnel in Syria during  the first part of this year, the  quarterly IG report said. And last week,  Russian troops blocked a US military  convoy in northeast Syria that they  claimed was violating the  deconfliction arrangements in place —  arrangements that the IG report say  Russia itself routinely violates,  although generally without  threatening Western forces. 

A spokesperson for the Russian Defense  Ministry’s Syria reconciliation  center said six American MRAP-type  armored vehicles drove “along an  uncoordinated route and without prior  notice” in the Kurdish-held province  of Hasakah, reported the Moscow Times. The Pentagon declined to comment   on the confrontation, with spokeswoman Jessica McNulty   telling the Russian state-run media DoD “has nothing to give you on the request.” 

The US has been keeping a very low  profile military presence in Syria for  years, based on what Israeli sources  say is an assumption that ISIS in Syria  is very limited in its capability to  operate against US interests. Israeli  experts say that this assumption  is wrong, and the fact is that ISIS  continues to operate in Syria and  plan terror attacks against Western  targets. Mordechai Keidar,

one of   Israel’s leading experts on Middle East issues, told Breaking Defense that the Americans   refrain from talking about their military force in Syria because it “has a mission to protect some American intelligence assets in Syria.”  He added that the Russians consider  themselves as the “owners of Syria”  and don’t want any American  forces at all in the country. 

“The American force in Syria may  have another mission — [former  President] Trump wanted to disrupt  the Iranian plan to create a passage  their country to the Mediterranean.  I don’t know if this is on the  mission list of the US today, but  that may be another reason for the  American presence.” President Bashar al-Assad’s   two main backers, Iran and Russia, have been competing for influence and the spoils of war,”  

According to a report in the Washington Post.  Further, there have been recent reports  that Iranian militias have begun  adopting a new method to protect their  military arsenal, missiles, and the  supply of illegal drugs (their main  source of income) from any air strike,  whether Israeli or otherwise.

Al-Arabiya TV reported that “Iranian   forces and its affiliated militias have begun transferring large quantities of  to new warehouses near the al-Mayadin archeological site in   Deir a-Zor district, and storing them in canals and concrete rooms” using trucks   disguised as vegetable and fruit transports. 

The report stated that Iran relies on  the Iraqi Al-Khashd al-Shabi militia  that supplies weapons to Syria, and  the delivery process is usually carried  out at the border (Syria-Iraq) or  through a meeting between the Al-Hashad  militia and the receiving militia at  points within the Iraqi territories near 

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