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To say that nothing threatens Israel in the Middle East is absurd, said the leader of the Essence of Time movement, political scientist Sergey Kurginyan on March 28 on the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov program on Russia One channel.
According to the political scientist, certain trends currently observed in the Middle East can ultimately lead to an attack on Israel and a complete transformation of the region. The increased activity on the part of terrorist groups in the Northern Africa region together with the processes that are taking place in Turkey point that way, explained Kurginyan.
“I see a massive transfer of militants to Libya. These militants are supplied with heavy weapons. I see the Grey Wolves hand sign on the streets of Istanbul (the sign of the Pan-Turkish organizations called the Grey Wolves – editorial note) as if it is a state symbol. Previously, itwasbanned,” said Kurginyan.
According to the political scientist, the Libyan army now consists of ISIS (an organization banned in Russia) militants, Al-Qaeda (an organization banned Russia) and the Muslim Brotherhood (an organization banned in Russia). This army is preparing to seize a part of Africa and move over to the “Egyptian part of the Libyans,” believes Kurginyan.
If this army succeeds, and the Muslim Brotherhood (an organization banned in Russia) comes to power in Egypt at the same time, then this force will strike Israel, believes the leader of the Essence of Time movement.
“This wedge will advance from the south, and Turkey will advance from the north. All this will lock up in a state of Israel, whose prosperity cannot be threatened, or so I heard it many times”, noted Kurginyan. It is strange to reason like that, since surviving in the Middle East at the moment does not imply the absence of threats, notes the political scientist.
“Next, a certain state, according to a certain plan, will use the 500 (nuclear) warheads it has at its disposal. It will detonate them, and the Middle East will become different,” concluded the political scientist.
On March 15, Ahmed al-Mismari, Libyan National Army (LNA) official spokesperson, said that Turkey had transferred 7500 militants from Syria to Libya, as well as about 2000 ISIS (an organization banned in Russia) and Jabhat al-Nusra (an organization banned in Russia) terrorists.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency