Tuesday, December 22, 2015


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by Morley Evans

Professor Sabah Alnasseri, of York University, explains the rise of ISIS. Chris Hedges explains how the creation of The State of Israel promoted the growth of militarism throughout the Middle East. 

We add to their cogent analyses that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader if ISIS, was trained for a year in Israel and that ISIS attacks and slaughters Muslims, not Zionists. Washington is playing a double game. It pretends to fight terrorism while it trains, finances and supplies terrorists directly and indirectly through puppets like Israel, Turkey, the Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

This interview was Published on Sep 29, 2015
In this episode of Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges sits down with professor of Middle East studies Sabah Alnasseri to discuss how US foreign policy and class struggle created the conditions for the rise of ISIS. Hedges and his guest also draw comparisons between ISIS’s colonialist strategies and those of the Israeli independence movement in Palestine. 

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