posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 08:30 AM
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
Originally posted by khimbar
'2:30 P.M. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Qatar's Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, and Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi are holding a
meeting in Cairo (Avi Issacharoff)'
Good or bad news?
Qatar is an Israeli/US puppet, Turkey is neutral, and Egypt for the Palestinians so these talks are probably an attempt at some mediation from
I am always suspicious of Qatar, while Turkey is hard to read, and Egypt is very transparent in my opinion so this meeting can be considered a good or
a bad thing depending what your outlook is.
According to links from this thread (keeping in mind there has been a lot of "slanted" reporting):
Turkey has nothing to say to Israel. It seems Israel intercepted a raft of aid going into Gaza and there was a scuffle. I think they said Turks were
killed, but may have only been injured. Either way, the article stated Turkey cut off relations with Israel since then.
Pure speculation on my part, but with stories circulating about Qatar feeding intel to Israel and planting tracking devices to help them locate Hamas,
I would think now would be a good time for Qatar to be very, very loyal to whatever the Muslim nations end up deciding.
Egypt is stuck between a rock and a hard place. They want to show solidarity and support for Gaza without getting into direct conflict with Israel
and her supporters. Of the 3, my guess is they're the most motivated toward a quick de-escalation.
Sorry for the amount of speculation and lack of links in my first post, just wanted to help summarize this long thread and it's abundance of links a