In the wake of the September 11 attacks, former US president George W. Bush, posed an important question: "Why do they hate us?" referring to the Arab and Islamic world. Posing this question, he ignored the fact that this part of the world is rooted in the human history and was the cradle of “heavenly religions" which call for tolerance, love, and coexistence with the other. He also ignored that extremism, hatred, bloodshed and terrorism are the outcome of the terrorist organizations created by the US itself and manufactured by its intelligence.


For instance, the terrorist group Muslim Brotherhood was founded and funded by the British intelligence during UK's colonization of Egypt.  Al-Qaeda, which is responsible for the attack on twin towers, is also a product of the CIA — that inherited the methods of its British counterpart — under the pretext of fighting the Russian invasion of Afghanistan and "fighting communism." Achieving these goals through establishing camps in Pakistan under supervision of American advisors, and convincing certain Islamic and Arab countries with this illusion, in order to allow its youth to join these camps, that were funded by the US.


After the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan, the terrorists sought a new enemy, so the biter bit and terrorism backfired on its masters in both the US and the Arab/Islamic countries, where the terrorist organizations have targeted its institutions and regimes. Instead of learning this lesson, the US and its allies, especially Israel, have continued their unsound and corrupt approach and turned the September 11 attacks into a war on Islam, Muslims, and Arabs, which started by the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. Upon its withdrawal from Iraq the US has activated ISIL — the Islamic State, which stems from Al-Qaeda. However, ISIL has been set up to be more bloody and violent, in order to spread horror and fear among the Islamic and Arab people. Also ISIL's leaders have been prepped and trained in the military camps in Iraq by the CIA.


This analysis is not a delusion of a conspiracy theory, as claimed to be by the western mainstream media; the conspiracy is there. It's the US's plot to divide and conquer. Terrorism and its outcome of hatred are made by American intelligence. Although Islamic world is against the terrorists that targeted French people and is condemning it with most severe terms, we haven't been shocked by it, and we may witness it in the US itself.


In that case Obama shouldn't repeat George W. Bush's senseless question: “Why do they hate us?” The answer will be: it's because of US's policies towards Middle East — those policies are responsible for the suffering of the people not only in Islamic world, but outside of its borders as well. 

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A Malaysian Muslim protester holds placards during a rally in front of the Petronas Twin Towers, the venue of the 27th ASEAN summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015

The world has barely recovered from the downing the Russian aircraft over Sinai, in which the possible involvement of the Western intelligence shouldn't be excluded (whether the responsibility is on ISIL or to the so-called Ansar Bait al-Maqdis, which stems from the Muslim Brotherhood).The plot was aimed to hit Egyptian tourism sector, in order to destabilize local economy.


Authorities have monitored 300 male and female students and graduates of different Egyptian universities,with age ranging from 20 to 28 years, traveling to Czech Republic and Sweden, for  the past 6 months, in a youth exchange program with two US institutions — Washington-based Democratic Foundation for Youth and Change, and Boston's Foundation of Freedom in the Arab world.  


The executives of the two foundations have chosen Czech Republic and Sweden, places far from the US, as a kind of camouflage to avoid getting monitored by security services. The alleged aim of the trip was to follow a 2-weeks skills boosting course in IT and software development. The course is supervised by Michael Steve, who is an expert in training youth in "peaceful change," non-violent activities, influencing protests, and how to face the army and police in Egypt. This is the preparation for the January 25 anniversary of Egypt's revolution of 2011. They have chosen the youth with no political background or clear orientation.

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Jan. 25, 2011 file photo, Demonstrators deface a poster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Alexandria, Egypt

For the same objective, the American International Crisis Group — ICG, lead by George Soros, has also gotten involved in planning out a new "change" in Egypt, in coordination with the American Senator John McCain, who's known for his enmity towards Egypt. The two men were assigned to manage the case of the recent crisis between Egypt and Russia, where they contacted certain Egyptians who live abroad, to consider the possibility of arranging a new "uprising" in Egypt. The chosen agents of change confirmed that the current circumstances in Egypt are more convenient. The plan is based on the idea of "regime change" in a non-violent democratic manner, in a way that is financed by foreign NGOs working under the title of human rights, or as independent global newspapers.


The book “Breaking the Real Axis of Evil: How to Oust the World's Last Dictators by 2025” written by a US diplomat Mark Palmer includes 67 methods to topple the regimes in a peaceful way through the civil society using the techniques of boycotting, rallies, disabling the traffic, strikes, sit-ins, civil disobedience, delegitimizing governmental leaders, limiting the resources of regimes and inverting the loyalties of the forces protecting them, such as the police, the army, and the intelligence, as well as supporting activists through the telecommunication facilities, including internet and mobile phones and boosting the independent American-oriented media through increasing its funds to about $100 million a year, provided directly for all of those activists.


For the coming celebration of the January 25 Egyptian Revolution anniversary the Muslim Brotherhood got involved, in cooperation with extremist groups and the so called “activists” pushed by foreign agents in order to mobilize the mobs and prepare for the protests, through social networks. 

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An Egyptian waves the national flag as he and others watch thousands of people gather in Tahrir Square to mark the first anniversary of the popular uprising that unseated President Hosni Mubarak, Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012

However, the US must realize that its efforts to destabilize the country will fail, because Egyptians' support for its president is strong. The same applies to Palestine, whose "intifada" has lasted for two months already. While the US considers the stabbings by Palestinians  as terrorist acts, and frozen the US aid worth of $370 million, which was expected by the Palestinian Authority this year, we haven't seen a similar attitude towards the executions committed by the Israeli army against Palestinian youth, bearing in mind that the two-state solution is now out of the question and is no longer on the US agenda.  

Syrian youngsters protest as they symbolically lay on the pavement covered in sheets while posing as war victims during a flash mob event organized by the Syrian community in Bucharest, Romania
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It's just the same attitude towards the Syrian people that are suffering the horror of the terrorist organizations created by the US. The American plan in Syria is to prolong the crisis in order to exhaust the Syrian army and the Lebanese resistance. Same applies to Iraqi and Libyan people, who are hindered from developing their armies with modern weapons, so they remain unable of liberating their lands occupied by ISIL. Thus, it's US's external policy that instigates the hatred towards the US. This won't change unless Washington amends its corrupt bigoted policies, uprooting all these terrorist organizations, including the Israeli terrorism which is being practiced against Palestinian people.