Who's on Which Side
By Micah Halpern
Wednesday February 5, 2020
I've Been Thinking:
When analyzing foreign affairs you can tell much about a situation by looking at who supports and who rejects policies and initiatives.
Sometimes, even without knowing all the details, you can get a good sense of a situation based on who is on whose side.
Much like the adage our parents often used about tell a person by their friends.
The Deal of the Century has gotten some very interesting supporters and some very typical detractors.
Arab leaders of the Gulf states are supporters of the deal. Iran rejects the deal.
The Supreme Leaders of Iran has dedicated several speeches to how the deal “is no real deal at all.” He has said that “Palestine is for the Palestinians.”
These are not significant critiques. However, there has been a very significant statement echoed in all of his addresses. The Supreme Leader of Iran has issued a call for “mass resistance”.
Mass resistance is a euphemism for Intifada.
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6 February 2020 11:42 PM in Thoughts
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