Gangs and states

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS - By Yousif Al-Jas­sim

When, thanks be to Al­lah, and un­der Ger­many’s lead­er­ship, Euro­pean coun­tries re­volted and opened doors to Syr­ian refugees to ac­com­mo­date and feed them af­ter flee­ing hell in their dis­tressed coun­try and the en­tire af­flicted Arab world, the IS ter­ror­ist group came to re­pay and re­ward Europe for its hu­mane ac­tions through bru­tal at­tacks in France on Fri­day, Nov 13.

The chaos cre­ated by those in­ter­na­tional ter­ror­ism gangs’ at­tacks goes be­yond bloody vi­o­lence, de­cap­i­ta­tion, burn­ing peo­ple alive and killing in­no­cent peo­ple. It even goes as far as cre­at­ing in­ter-re­li­gion and in­ter­cul­tural con­flicts un­der re­li­gious slo­gans us­ing Almighty Al­lah’s name and that of the holy Prophet (PBUH), tak­ing the Holy Qu­ran as fore­front and tim­ing the ter­ror­ist at­tacks and killings to hap­pen on a Fri­day, Mus­lims’ holy day, to only de­fame Is­lam and widen the gap be­tween Mus­lims and other na­tions.

It is very tragic and in­com­pre­hen­si­ble that gangs take over coun­tries or parts of them and then start sell­ing its oil and re­sources to fund ad­min­is­ter­ing the ter­ri­to­ries they oc­cupy. They pro­voke world armies to fight them in the long term and ex­pen­sive guer­rilla wars which dis­tract the UN and ma­jor, medium and mi­nor coun­tries from hu­mane mis­sions and have them use all their armed forces and in­tel­li­gent po­ten­tials in vi­cious wars against those gangs. They all stum­ble and find them­selves deal­ing with can­cer­like groups that are in­cur­able by vac­cines or ra­dioac­tive medicine. They start mul­ti­ply­ing ev­ery­where, killing those in­fected while swarms of doc­tors stand help­less and in­ca­pable of sur­gi­cally re­mov­ing them.

This ab­surd tragedy was man­i­fested most in states fight­ing ter­ror­ist or­ga­ni­za­tions like Al-Qaeda and its oc­to­pus-like branches and sleeper cells world­wide, and led by the US and all its al­lies with all their might and po­ten­tials. Fi­nally, this mys­tery of IS, that is be­ing fought by the might­i­est in­ter­na­tional coali­tions with­out achiev­ing any vic­tory, re­mains un­per­ceiv­able, be­cause the noses of those ter­ror­ists seem to be still float­ing above the wa­ter’s sur­face and are breath­ing. All the wars waged against them seem in­ca­pable to de­stroy and sink them. Ma­jor and mi­nor coun­tries have failed to con­tain their dan­ger and avoid their sud­den ter­ror­ist at­tacks any­where. They keep cre­at­ing more ha­tred be­tween Arabs, Mus­lims and other na­tions.

It is re­ally a painful scene and calls for many in­quiries such as how long can this dis­grace­ful farce of ter­ror­ist gangs’ dom­i­na­tion over our Arab and Mus­lim coun­tries go on? How long will they be able to carry on with vi­cious agen­das of de­stroy­ing all bridges of tol­er­ance and com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween the West and Mus­lims and even amongst Mus­lims them­selves, while no­body seems to be able to stop them?

What is the life­line keep­ing those gangs alive so far? Who pur­chases their oil ex­ports? Who sells them weapons and WMDs? Such ques­tions will re­main unan­swered in a less se­cure world that turned into a main tar­get for can­cer­ous gangs ca­pa­ble of re­sist­ing all reme­dies. How­ever, in­ter­na­tional re­ac­tions to the re­cent Paris at­tacks might an­swer them and turn over this dread­ful leaf of hu­man his­tory for good.

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