Prelude: Two months ago, I wrote a piece on the new alignment taking place in the Middle East, by which Israel was taking a major role, aligning itself with past enemies to combat a new major threat. It was based largely on speculation, as the Late Great United States MEDIA, was busy trying to destroy the Trump Administration, and the Nation that elected him. But recent events have proven my speculation to be correct, and now I must take the role of Citizen Journalist. The CNN (Create Notorious Non sequitur, ABC (Always Bullshit Creator), and NBC(Nothing But Crap) comedy networks are too busy proving that Boris Badinoff, and his Lawyer Natashia, met with Rocky Trump jr, while Bullwinkle Trump was busy beating up on Mama Hillary. The intrepid Fourth Estate, that has been infested with idiots, continues to look for Russians in every White House closet, and under Trump's bed. The world keeps on turning. They see the last remaining Superpower as a circular firing squad. While the USA destroys itself, The ME, especially Israel, cannot depend on Trump to survive and protect them. In case of a second American Revolution, the left and right hands, both slapping trump in the face. When Trump did the Middle East, he did his sword dance all alone. But the ME leaders did use it as an excuse to redraw the boundaries that Europe imposed after the Ottoman Empire was defeated. North African and Middle Eastern Politicians and leaders never speak directly to an issue. This is evidenced in the Koran and Hadith.What we are seeing is a re alignment of interests. This re alignment was in danger of being exposed by Al Jazeera, under the direction of Qatar. Israel backs Saudi Arabia in confrontation with Qatar Israel backs Saudi Arabia in confrontation with Qatar Israeli officials have gleefully endorsed the position of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in a growing confrontation with Qatar, the most public acknowledgment yet of the deepening alliance between certain Gulf states and Tel Aviv over their common enmity towards Iran. Israel, Saudi Arabia are reportedly negotiating economic ties - Haaretz www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/1.796215 Jun 17, 2017 ... Ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia, two of Iran's staunchest ... The report suggested that the prospect of relations with Israel may have played a role in Saudi Arabia and its ... Send me email alerts for new articles by Haaretz. Blockading Qatar, targeting Iran | Israel | Al Jazeera www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2017/06/blockading-qatar-targeting-iran-170618070407788.html Jun 20, 2017 ... The Saudi-Israeli alliance is out of the closet. ... Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York. (I have no direct evidence and base my observation on bits and pieces of information contained in other reports of events. But here is my WILD ASS GUESS, for what it is worth.) Turns out my WAG was pretty good as evidenced above. Now for the Nitty Gritty of the new ME, and emerging Super Power; ISRAEL! Alliances by the numbers! 1. Iran, Hezbollah Lebanon, Syria, Russia, Yemen and Shi'a Iraq are forming an alliance that shares Nuclear Weapons soon to be supplied by North Korea. But Russia saw there was no future in Occupying Syria, as it is now an economic basket case, and their economy can't stand it. Plus, the future belongs to the new Saudi/Israel alliance' So Putin took the first steo in getting out with Trump's help. Secret Details of Trump-Putin Syria Cease-fire Focus on Iranian Proxies Secret Details of Trump-Putin Syria Cease-fire Focus on Iranian Proxies But experts doubt whether the U.S.-Russian pact can be enforced. A confidential U.S.-Russian cease-fire agreement for southwestern Syria that went into effect Sunday calls for barring Iranian-backed foreign fighters from a strategic stretch of Syrian territory near the borders of Israel and Jordan, according to three diplomatic sources. President Donald Trump hailed it as an important agreement that would serve to save lives. But few details of the accord have been made public. U.S. Defense Department officials — who would have responsibility for monitoring the agreement — appeared to be in the dark about the pact’s fine print. The pact is aimed at addressing demands by Israel and Jordan — the latter is a party to the agreement — that Iranian forces and their proxies, including Hezbollah, not be permitted near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, which separates Syria from Israel, or along the Jordanian border. 2. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, UAE, Jordan, Bahrain, Kurdistan Iraq, USA, and Israel. are forming a counter Alliance with Israeli Nuclear weapons.This alliance is well under way, and is gradually becoming public, as noted below. The Arab on the street will find this hard to accept after several generations of “Israel must not exist.”More speculation on my part: Israel will turn over the Gaza Strip to Egypt, and the west bank Arab holdings to Jordan with a safety guarantee for Israeli settlements. That is how it was before the 67 war.Israel proposes freight rail link to Jordan, Saudi Arabia JERUSALEM, April 5 (Reuters) - Israel's transport minister proposed on Wednesday linking its freight railway network with Jordan and Saudi Arabia and said he presented the idea to U.S. President Donald Trump's Middle East envoy last month. Under the proposal, goods could travel by rail from Israel's Mediterranean port of Haifa through Jordan to Saudi Arabia's Gulf port of Dammam via Jordan. Egypt informed Israel in advance of plan to hand over Red Sea ... www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/1.713870 Apr 11, 2016 ... Saudi Arabia draws Egypt closer with new bridge linking Sinai to Arabia ... Gulf of Aqaba and the ports of Eilat and Aqaba in Israel and Jordan, respectively. ... Israel's 1979 treaty with Egypt guarantees Israel full maritime passage ... Saudi Arabia has also promised not to use the islands for military purposes, ... https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-04-19/israel-develops-new-ties-saudi-arabia-and-other-gulf-states Israel develops new ties with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states Israel and Saudi Arabia have no diplomatic relations. And yet, recently, Saudi officials have been willing to meet Israeli officials publicly. General Yakov Amidror, a former senior advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki al-Feisal might have seemed an odd pair when they met publicly at the Washington Institute in Washington, D.C. last year. According to Amidror, al-Feisal said once Israel reaches an agreement with the Palestinians, “together we can change the Middle East.” He added, “There is nothing that can stop the combination of Israeli money and the Saudi mind.” Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States share common goals with Israel, one of which is developing new energy, water, and agricultural technology. In 2015, Israel opened its first diplomatic mission in the United Arab Emirates, and there are extensive business ties between Israel and Gulf countries valued at hundreds of millions of dollars. Israel and the Gulf States also share common enemies: ISIS and Iran. According to Dan Diker, head of the project for counter-political warfare at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, the threat of a nuclear Iran and the Islamic Republic’s terror proxies around the Middle East are particularly worrisome for the Gulf States. “That convergence of concern between Israel, the Sunni Arab states and President [Donald] Trump’s administration creates the possibility for real coordination and cooperation between Israel and the Arab world.” These geopolitical circumstances, Diker says, “make Israeli outreach and Arab acceptance much more possible than it was before.” 3. Turkey saw an opportunity to reignite the Ottoman Empire, by aligning with Qatar, Pakistan, Sudan and Oman and a new Palestinian state if one is established. This alliance will bring Pakistani Nuclear weapons to their side.This alliance will bring Pakistani Nuclear weapons to their side. The rest of the unaligned states such as Libya will go to the winner. The goal of all sides is a Nuclear Middle east, with Iran, Syria and Lebanon supplied by North Korea. After rushing to Qatar's aid, Turkey may have to rethink its Mideast ties Author: Fehim TastekinPosted June 8, 2017 The only firm opposition to the "Let's Teach Qatar a Lesson" operation currently underway in the Middle East is coming from Turkey. Even US President Donald Trump initially loudly applauded the campaign led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates — though he has since taken a more conciliatory tone. Summary⎙ Print Ankara, fearing it could be next on the Arab hit list, hastily approves sending troops to Qatar despite Turkey's poor history when intervening in Arab affairs. Author Fehim TastekinPosted June 8, 2017 TranslatorTimur Göksel The Turkish government, which had drafted a plan some time ago to send troops to Qatar to firm up a Sunni front against Iran, fast-tracked legislation needed to send troops abroad. Turkish-Arab relations are passing through erratic times. Everyone was wondering what position Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would take in the Qatari crisis. Erdogan had won the hearts and minds of the Gulf emirs and kings earlier this year by declaring the need to "prevent the Persian nationalist expansion." Many observers thought he would take a pragmatic approach to avoid losing favor with many other countries just to please Qatar. Erdogan’s widely publicized but futile telephone diplomacy to solve the crisis was interpreted as a desperate attempt to avoid having to choose between Qatar and Saudi Arabia and its allies. But at the end of the day, Ankara decided to interpret the actions against Qatar as if they had been taken against Turkey. Erdogan said there are other motives behind what is being done to Qatar, but he wasn't specific. It didn‘t take Ankara long to reach the conclusion that, after Qatar, Turkey is the likely next target. After all, just like Qatar, Turkey had become a staunch guardian of the Muslim Brotherhood and was in full harmony with Qatar in the proxy war raging in Syria. All the reasons cited by the Saudi king and the US president to declare Qatar a "supporter of terror" could easily be applied to Turkey. Full support of the sanctions against Qatar from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who had toppled the Muslim Brotherhood in his country, no doubt played a key role in Erdogan's lining up with Qatar. Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/06/turkey-qatar-why-ankara-sending-soldiers-to-doha.html#ixzz4n3aty0XD Turkey and Qatar's Burgeoning Strategic Alliance | Middle East ... www.mei.edu/content/article/turkey-and-qatar-s-burgeoning-strategic-alliance Jun 8, 2016 ... Amid major setbacks and failed strategies in the volatile Middle East, the Turkish leadership has subsequently come to see Qatar as Ankara's … Pakistani Military Engagement: Walking a Fine Line Between Saudi ... intpolicydigest.org/2017/03/17/pakistani-military-engagement-walking-a-fine-line-between-saudi-arabia-and-iran Mar 17, 2017 ... Qatar is discussing with Turkey and Pakistan joint production of new ... his Saudi counterparts that he would seek to involve Iran in the alliance. That is why TRUMP did not mouth the NATO pledge that an attack on one is an attack on all. TURKEY is a member of NATO, and if my analysis is correct, USA may end up fighting Turkey, a NATO member. Possibly giving support to the Israeli/Saudi alliance! The Muslim world doesn't like the new Alliance of Israel and Saudi Arabia! With Qatar's money, Erdogan can wage the war against Israel he promised. Now that he has purged all the moderate opposition with his fake Coup attempt, he is free to align with Pakistan. A Kurdistan rich in Iraq oil, and a seasoned army trained in Syria, traps Turkey on 3 fronts, Syria, Israel and Kurdistan. A Protector of the Palestinians, he see's them losing the two state option. That is a desperate situation for Turkey. arget="_blank">The looming end to the Western-Turkish alliance | Pakistan Today www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2017/04/07/the-looming-end-to-the-western-turkish-alliance Apr 7, 2017 The growing tension between Turkey and its Western allies, which was further heightened during the Obama administration, is narrowing the space for cooperation between the two sides and in fact is progressively worsening. Erdogan’s hope that he and President Trump would improve their ties as members of NATO has dramatically diminished. Washington and the EU still deeply disagree with Ankara on a host of issues, which are unlikely to be resolved on a mutually gainful basis any time in the foreseeable future. Turkey’s growing retreat from Western values may have already reached a point of no return. Erdogan has removed Turkey from the Western orbit and set the alliance on a collision course. The falling-out is attributed to the following troubling developments over the past several years. The whole Muslim world is involved in terrorism. Not the masses, but the governments. Trumps call for war on terrorism means they have to give it up as a clandestine means of attacking infidels. While the media is searching the White hose closets and looking under Trumps bed for Russians, the world is changing and the pathetic US media has no time to report it! Qatar, their neighbor and the home of the region’s largest American military base. And the UAE, Saudi Arabia and company seem to have taken a major gamble based on the assumption that Trump would be on board and mostly lost ― even if they are able to secure concessions from Qatar on its relationships with the Muslim Brotherhood movement, Iran, civil society activists and other forces around the Middle East. The Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader, Youssef al-Qaradawi, who is based in Doha, and individuals in Libya as well as Shia groups in Bahrain seen by the new alignment governments as linked to Iran. Egypt especially see's Qatar as backing opposition to their governments. Trump Accuses Qatar of funding Terrorism US President Donald Trump accuses Qatar of funding terrorism at "very high level" when speaking at the White House on Friday, where he was holding a joint news conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates Trump and Saudi King Salman sign a “strategic vision” agreement to intensify ties in defence, economics and other areas. In a speech in Riyadh on May 21, Trump urges the international community to isolate Iran and calls on Arab and Muslim states to freeze channels of funding for groups including the Sunni Muslim Islamic State jihadists and Lebanon’s Shiite movement Hezbollah. Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman says the latest developments involving Qatar could herald a broad anti-terror alliance including Israel. The fact you haven't read any of this in the MSM shows the pathetic state American media is in. They are obsessed with destroying Trump, and don't care what is happening in the world! I hopeI have made it clear that this is the reason for the Diplomatic Boycott of Qatar! Their money and Turkeys army could be the basis for a New Ottoman Empire. But Al Jazeera was ready to do a series on the New Alliance with Israel, and that could have sparked revolution in Saudi Arabia.