Hello World – The Fix is In!

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This could be the Beginning,

Turkey to us word is Sending,

Hamas’ Terrorist NAME Ending,

Hamas’ Saying NO To Offending,

False impressi on

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of NOW Bending,

Iran and Syria now Obama Hearing,

Gives us a false reason for Cheering,

So ALL This Points To Christ Appearing,

A truce means false peace time Nearing,

Terrorists try to world to seem Endearing,

It’s a temporary ruse till war is Descending!

January 30, 2008


The four excerpts which follow are a roundup of the effects Obama’s policies have created in the Middle East. I believe Turkey is now convinced its best interests are not rooted in the West, but with alliances with Iran and Syria. They are anxious to show Iran and Syria their loyalty by leading Israel and the West down a false peace trail with disaster at its end. This is not going to occur overnight, and there will be numerous bumps along the trail, but the signs are in place that it is beginning. Our NATO ally Turkey is about to floor us with a sucker punch, which is much easier to deliver to a young passive President with minimum fighting experience, rather than a seasoned President who doesn’t underrate his opponent.

Begin Excerpt 1 from Boston.com

Turkey urges Obama to redefine Mideast terrorism

By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press Writer

January 29, 2009

DAVOS, Switzerland –Turkey’s prime minister had a message Thursday for U.S. President Barack Obama: redefine terror and terrorism in the Middle East and use it as the basis for a new American policy.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose country has played a key role in trying to mediate among Israel and Syria and the Palestinians, said Obama’s new Mideast envoy, George Mitchell, will be in Turkey for talks Sunday.

“President Obama must redefine terror and terrorist organizations in the Middle East, and based on this new definition, a new American policy must be deployed in the Middle East,” Erdogan told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Turkish leader appeared to be referring to the U.S. position toward Hamas and Hezbollah, which the United States considers terrorist organizations. While both have military wings, Hamas seized control of Gaza

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in 2007 and remains in charge following the recent Israeli invasion. Hezbollah is a major political force in Lebanon.

As a secular Muslim country that belongs to NATO and is seeking membership in the European Union, Turkey has been a bridge to Hamas and Hezbollah.

Alluding to Turkey’s unique position, Erdogan prefaced his message to Obama, saying that “compared to the Western countries, we speak best the language of the Middle East.”

Before the Dec. 27 attack on Gaza, Erdogan said Turkey had been deeply involved in mediating between Israel and Syria and was awaiting a response from Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert when the bombs started falling in the Palestinian territory.

“I saw this as a lack of respect for us and also a shadow cast over peace,” Erdogan said.

Even though there’s now a shaky cease-fire in Gaza, the Israeli-Syria talks appear to be on hold, Erdogan said.

“I see right now that this is shelved,” he said. “But if the parties request it, we as Turkey would be willing to take part, to play a role in those discussions.”

Begin Excerpt 2 from Jerusalem Post

Hamas signals desire to talk to world

January 29, 2009

ap and brenda gazzar , THE JERUSALEM POST

Senior officials in Hamas are indicating a willingness to negotiate a deal for a long-term truce with Israel as long as the borders of Gaza are opened to the rest of the

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“We want to be part of the international community,” Hamas official Ghazi Hamad told The Associated Press at the Gaza-Egypt border, where he was coordinating Arab aid shipments.

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“I think Hamas has no interest now to increase the number of crises in Gaza or to challenge the world.”

Three Hamas leaders interviewed by AP said they would accept statehood in just the West Bank and Gaza and would give up their “resistance” against Israel if that were achieved.

“We accept a state in the ’67 borders,” said Hamad. “We are not talking about the destruction of Israel.”

The group appears to be in the throes of an internal power struggle between hard-liners and pragmatists. Which group comes out on top will likely depend

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on who is able to garner the most benefits in postwar Gaza.

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With hawks urging more violence, the window of opportunity to boost the voices of relative moderation is likely to be short.

“We won this war,” said Hamas politician Mushir Al-Masri. “Why should we give in to pressure from anyone?”

Al-Masri spoke to the AP while standing next to a chair that used to serve as his seat in the Palestinian parliament, now reduced to rubble by Israeli bombing. Surrounding him were cracked cement, broken bricks, shattered glass and microphones covered in ash.

Yet even Al-Masri, a staunch hard-liner, sounded a conciliatory note.

“We have our hands open to any country … to open a dialogue without conditions,” he said – clarifying that does not include Israel.

Hamas’s pragmatists may have emerged from Israel’s offensive slightly stronger, perhaps because of a perception among some Gazans that the organization’s hawks overplayed their hand by provoking the wrath of Israel.

Obama has repeatedly reached out to Muslims since becoming president. He assured hard-liners in his inaugural address that “we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.” He dispatched special envoy George J. Mitchell to the Middle East on a “listening tour.” And on Tuesday he chose the Arab satellite network Al-Arabiya for his first televised interview, declaring “Americans are not your enemy.”

It’s unlikely Obama would talk directly to Hamas, which the US lists as a terrorist organization. However, if reconciliation talks between Hamas and its pro-Western Fatah rivals in Egypt bear fruit, Obama, unlike his predecessor, may accept a Palestinian unity government that includes the group.

Hamas leaders in the past have spoken about a long-term “hudna,” or truce, with Israel. But Jerusalem sees the offer as a non-starter because it falls short of full recognition.

Even so, Israel and the West appear to have leverage to get Hamas to moderate its stance. The group’s demand for an open border with Egypt, for instance, could be conditioned on allowing Fatah to help monitor it. And bringing funds and materials to begin repairing the estimated $2 billion in damage caused by Israel’s offensive could be conditioned on Hamas agreeing to stop its violence.

Begin Excerpt 3 from Boston.com via World News

Syria ready for dialogue with U.S.: Assad

January 26, 2009

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Syria is ready for dialogue without conditions with the Obama administration, President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview aired on Monday.

Assad told Lebanon’s al-Manar TV that the inauguration of President Barack Obama raised cautious hopes that a peace settlement could be reached in the Middle East and reduced the likelihood

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of a new war in the region.

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But he said indirect peace talks with Israel would remain frozen for now and reiterated his demand for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied Golan Heights in any bilateral peace deal.

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“If there are conditions, then there will be no dialogue (with the United States). They know that,” Assad said in the interview with al-Manar, mouthpiece of the Shi-ite political party and guerrilla group Hezbollah.

He said he was encouraged by early signals from the new administration on Iraq and the Arab-Israeli crisis. “We have positive signs but we have learned to be cautious and not to count on such signs as long as there is nothing tangible.”
Assad told al-Manar that officials close to the Obama administration had been sent to Damascus in the weeks before the president’s inauguration as a prelude to dialogue.

Bilateral ties worsened sharply under President George W. Bush, and Washington pulled out its ambassador nearly four years ago over alleged Syrian interference in Lebanon and Iraq.

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It demanded that Syria crack down on Iraqi insurgents and Arab militants crossing into Iraq, end its involvement in Lebanon and stop supporting the Palestinian group Hamas and Lebanon’s Hezbollah.

Asked whether the region was now heading for peace or war, Assad said: “We see hope of settlements and not wars after the departure of the administration that adopted pre-emptive war as a policy … Now there is an administration that rejects this principle.”

Assad said there were no prospects for an immediate resumption of indirect talks with Israel, suspended after Israel launched a major offensive in the Gaza Strip last month.

He said a complete withdrawal from the Golan, occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war, was a precondition for any peace agreement. “We will never abandon this,” he said.

Outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert struck a more optimistic note when he said on Monday that Israel’s indirect peace talks with Syria would eventually produce an accord.

“We started negotiations with Syria and … at the end of the day, we will be able to reach an agreement that will end the conflict between us and the Syrians,” Olmert said in a speech.

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“They (Syria) have lots of aspirations, lot of desires — sometimes entirely unrealistic — but they also know that it is better to make peace with Israel than to fight with Israel.”

(Reporting by Nadim Ladki, editing by Tim Pearce)

Begin Excerpt 4 from Dawn the Internet via World News

Iran ready to cooperate with Obama, says Mottaki

DAVOS, Switzerland), Jan 29: Iran is ready to cooperate with President Barack Obama if the United States changes its policies and practices in the region, Iran’s Foreign Minister Manouchechr Mottaki said on Thursday.

“We do believe that if the new administration of the United States, as Mr Obama said, is going to change its policies, not in saying but in practice, definitely they will find the region in a cooperative approach and reaction.

“And Iran is not excluded from this general understanding in our region,” Mottaki said at a panel before the World Economic Forum.

US-Iranian relations under the Bush administration were frozen.

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But a British newspaper reported on Thursday that the US is drafting a letter to Iran to pave the way for face-to-face talks, and a State Department official said that US policy toward Iran was under review.

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Asked about US relations on a panel here at Davos, Mottaki welcomed the new US president’s theme of change, upon which he ran his election campaign.

He said the Middle East wanted to see how that manifests itself. “All the countries in the region are waiting (to see) how this change is going to introduce itself. Is it a change strategically? Is it a change in tactics?” he said.—Reuters

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