Operations like the Daesh terrorist attacks in Paris take lots of planning: it also involves lots of money.
In this edition of the debate, we’ll breakdown the avenues that Daesh makes money, while taking a look at the fallouts from the attacks, and how this may change the game plan of some of the countries involved, especially the ones, like Saudi Arabia and host of the G20 summit Turkey, who are supporting the terrorists.
- Broadcaster & Political Commentator, Mark Dankof (SAN ANTONIO)
- Analyst & Independent Scholar, Peter Sinnott (NEW YORK)
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PressTV-'US backs ISIL to sow chaos in Mideast'The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now threatening Baghdad, was funded for years by wealthy donors in Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, three U.S. allies that have dual agendas in the war on terror.
The extremist group that is threatening the existence of the Iraqi state was built and grown for years with the help of elite donors from American supposed allies in the Persian Gulf region. There, the threat of Iran, Assad, and the Sunni-Shiite sectarian war trumps the U.S. goal of stability and moderation in the region.
It’s an ironic twist, especially for donors in Kuwait (who, to be fair, back a wide variety of militias). ISIS has aligned itself with remnants of the Baathist regime once led by Saddam Hussein. Back in 1990, the U.S. attacked Iraq in order to liberate Kuwait from Hussein’s clutches. Now Kuwait is helping the rise of his successors.
The United States has covertly supported terrorist groups in the Middle East to “sow chaos” in the region and maintain its hegemony, a writer and political analyst in Boston says.
Washington is “playing footsie” with Daesh (ISIL) terrorists by funding and directing them to overthrow the sovereign government of Syria, said Daniel Patrick Welch, an activist and outspoken critic of US foreign policy.
“You have this kind of rainbow of US involvement in the head-chopping, heart-eating, death squad project throughout the region,” Welch told Press TV on Saturday.
“The US is funding a death squad project just like it did in Chile, just like it did in El Salvador, just like it did in Honduras and everywhere throughout the [Western] hemisphere and over into the Middle East for decades to overthrow the governments that it didn’t like,” he added.