Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2016

Kapitel 2 - Syriens und Washingtons Neuer Mittlerer Osten’

Bildquelle: U.S. Regierung
Seit den 1950e Jahren des letzten Jahrhunderts  ist die Monarchie Saudi Arabiens der entscheidende Partner Washingtons bei der Entwicklung des organisierten Terrorismus als Werkzeug zur Destabilisierung und Beherrschung des Mittleren Ostens geblieben.


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