Posts Tagged ‘ Gas ’

Middle East Crisis Continues Apace

September 27, 2011
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PA Arabs throw rocks in Hebron

Meantime, the crisis in the Middle East continues, though at a slightly lower threat since Turkey’s Erdogan has been temporarily bought off: TURKEY Turkish PM Erdogan didn’t start WWWIII in the Middle East by attacking Greece, Israel, NATO and US. In fact, after a nice closed-door meeting with US President Obama, he turned into...

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And Tomorrow is Monday….UN, Cyprus, Turkey, Greece, Israel, EU and US in Multilateral Crisis

September 19, 2011
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Exclusive Territorial Agreement

Monday:  If Cyprus begins to drill for gas as planned on Monday, Turkish PM Erdogan has threatened to take military action against Cyprus, Greece and Israel. AND/OR he  will begin drilling illegally off the coast of Cyprus with military protection.  Turkish planes and frigates are already in place in proximity to Israeli ships and...

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The Erratic Winds of War

September 13, 2011
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The Storm Clouds Darken and the Winds are Blowing And so in the Middle East the winds of war continue to blow, like wild cyclones colliding, moving in every direction. Just because the last ‘on-the-hour’ 5-minute newscast only mentioned one country being torn apart by the bloody storm doesn’t mean that the others are...

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Mediterranean Sea: New Battleground?

September 4, 2011
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Israel Defense Force Navy Ship

Turkey, Iran challenge Israeli Mediterranean Predominance Following the terrorist attack in mid-August across the Israeli / Egyptian border at Sinai, the Israeli Navy announced that it would maintain a presence in the Red Sea near the border area in order to provide support and protection to Israel civilians in Eilat and along the border.  Within...

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