Obama is leading a campaign for regime change across the Middle East
U.S. close: Obama is leading a campaign for regime change across the Middle East
Follow-up – and babysit – revealed a document issued by the U.S. State Department that the administration of President Barack Obama is leading an active campaign for regime change across the Middle East and North Africa. To this end, the Obama administration pursues a policy of covert support of the Muslim Brotherhood and other rebel movements in the Middle East since 2010.
The newspaper quoted “Republic of Lebanon” for the document made clear that “the aim is to promote and guide the political change in the target countries. An initiative to form a regional program can citizens in the Middle East and North Africa to develop communities more pluralistic, participatory and prosperous. They formed since 2002 to turn into a tool flexible throughout the region to support the civil society in the context of the business that benefit the United States.
In a section of the document, under the heading “How it works Middle East Partnership Initiative”, has identified three key elements of the program are: multiple programs at the district level and multi-country, local grants and special projects in each country. Has described the objectives of the programs to “build networks of reformers to provide information and support to each other,” and “stimulate the gradual change in the region,” and “to provide local grants direct support to civic groups of indigenous people.”
According to the document, the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of any of the United States in the Middle East and North Africa, is responsible for the program of the initiative, and given it a high priority and clear. She explained the document that “the initiative is not coordinated with the host governments, working primarily with civil society, through the perpetrators of the non-governmental organization in the United States and the region. Initiative does not provide funds to foreign governments do not negotiate agreements on bilateral aid, but as a regional, can be converted money across countries and regions as needed. ”
She explained that the “special priority in early 2010, was given to Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Egypt and Bahrain. Within a year of its inception, added Libya and Syria, countries on the list of priorities for intervention in community%