The Middle East Crisis

For more years than most observers care to remember, the Middle East was a boiling pot with actors and events often defying common logic. Small wonder that all sorts of conspiracy theories flourished. This piece by an unidentifiable author constitutes an amusing attempt to ascribe political trends to the alleged transcendental efforts of some major actors. (Ed)


   The Middle East crisis was initiated with the clash between two poles, each with high global potential and a strategic importance in the world.
The Western pole involved the new conservative of George W Bush Jr and what he stood for, while the Eastern pole involved Ahmedi Nejad (Mahmoud Ahmadinejadand Hizbullah.

     If you observe the Middle East crisis in order the to understand the reasons and the reactions of the chain of events taking place there from the Khomeini revolution in Iran to Iraq's invasion, the Lebanon crisis to the upheaval in Turkey, Yemen, Jordan and Egypt, you will see that there is a definite trend of events that has led to the crisis in Middle East.

     George W Bush's Neo Conservative party supported the Constructive Chaos Theory and very passionately tried to implement it in order to manipulate events to serve a biblical purpose. They wanted to expedite the process of the second coming of Jesus in association with the end of days. In contrast, Ahmedi Najad and Hizbullah followed another ideology whose objective was to speed up the coming of Imam Mehdi, al Wali al Faqih that the Shiites believed in. This concept is shared by most of the Muslims all over the world who have their own beliefs based on this ideology.

     On the other hand, the Jewish state of Israel has its own concepts; they strive to make use of this conflict by amplifying its results to achieve their own goal of re-building the Temple of Solomon on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque so that they can emerge as the chosen nation of God.

     This is a highly complex issue and many strategy consultants Middle East have tackled this subject by doing comparative studies and interpreting them based on the prophesies and beliefs based on the end of days.

     In the eyes of many political consultants, each nation is trying to speed up the process of the coming of their savior by initiating "constructive chaos" in the region of Middle East to achieve their goal. Many people have also observed the comments made by Ahmedi Najad in public to Hosny Mubarak and criticized him for using excessive force on the protestors and demonstrators even though similar demonstrations were dealt in the same manner in Tehran.

     Also it is witnessed that there is clear Iranian support to Hizbullah in Lebanon, al Hythiene (Houthis?) in Yemen and Hamas in Palestine. This has also helped Iran as it serves as a hindrance to any military strike to stop their nuclear program. Israelis may also get some benefit from this chaos which can serve them to go ahead with their plan to recreate Solomon's Temple.

     Arabs have a chance to enjoy democracy if they learn from the past and it might end up with a positive outcome.



About the Author

Juhanah Abir is a political consultant working for

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