Changes in the Middle East Chess Game
The Middle East finds itself in the midst of radical changes, which are rewriting rules for the geopolitical chess game of the region, including the collapsing peace process. This presents serious security implications for Israel, sandwiched between countries whose governments are in trouble.
First John’s boralogue examines the peace process and other politically correct myths that have been shattered by the current crisis.
Then what is the future for these countries, especially Egypt? Will they move towards freedom or Islamic extremism? Former Muslim Brotherhood member Walid Shoebat (www.shoebat.com) joins the program.
The usual transnational suspects seem to be operating in the background of the Middle East crisis. Dr. Dennis Cuddy, Ph.D. (www.newswithviews.com), author of “The Globalists” returns to provide a history of events leading us up to the current crisis.
Finally we’ll hear from Avi Lipkin in Jerusalem, who has been convicted of violating Switzerland’s racism laws for making various statements about Islam during the referendum campaign to abolish minarets in that country.