The Endless World War III

 A passerby is silhouetted against a large TV screen broadcasting a news program Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 in Tokyo reporting on a video posted on YouTube by jihadists on Tuesday, Jan. 27, that purports to show a still photo of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding what appears to be a photo of Jordanian pilot 1st Lt. Mu'ath al-Kaseasbeh.

<AP/Newsis>A passerby is silhouetted against a large TV screen broadcasting a news program Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 in Tokyo reporting on a video posted on YouTube by jihadists on Tuesday, Jan. 27, that purports to show a still photo of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding what appears to be a photo of Jordanian pilot 1st Lt. Mu’ath al-Kaseasbeh.

War correspondents and history analysts are confused of the daily scenes they are facing in the Middle East: where Arabs are fighting their Arab neighbors, Muslims are battling against Islamists, Christians are helping the killers of Christians, and old enemies are flocking together with their own historic opponents. The Holy Lands of all prophets are suffering under the slogans of all religions. This is no longer the Middle East; this is the land of World War III.
A history brief of World War I tells us that in late June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo, Bosnia. An escalation of threats and mobilization orders followed the incident, leading by mid-August to the outbreak of the 1st global war, which pitted the Central Powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire against the Allied Powers of Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy and Japan. The World War I ended with the defeat of the Central Powers in November 1918, leaving more than 9 million soldiers killed and 21 million more wounded.
The World War II gathered the Axis nations, including Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Imperial Japan and their smaller allies, against the Allied nations, led by Britain, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America. The Casualties in World War II made it the most destructive one in all of history that may have totaled 50 million service personnel and civilians killed. Putting these numbers together, Nations suffering the highest losses, military and civilian, were: USSR: 42,000,000 Germany: 9,000,000 China: 4,000,000 Japan: 3,000,000.
For both World War I and II, it was easy to determine the reason, the date, and duration of battles. It was even easier to predict their ends in the mid of fighting. The defeat of Central Powers and Axis nations in both wars meant the end. But, this is not the case for World War III.
First, no one could mark the beginning of this Multi-land war. Was it lit by the Arab Spring uprisings that moved peoples, then armies, in Tunisia, Libya, Syria, and Egypt? Was it marked by the air raids over Libyans towns to topple Gadhafi’s regime, shared by Qatar and USA troops? Was it sparked by the birth of ISIS in Syria and Iraq, then ISIL in Libya? Was it started by the participation of Jordanian fighters, along with USA, UAE and other many Allies? Or, finally, was it begun by the Egyptian air strike against the camps of ISL in Libya, in a quick response to the slaughtering of 21 Egyptian Christians, whom seen by the whole word via the video captured and released by ISIL?
But the question is no longer on when did it start, rather, what scenario will follow?
For the last four years, a period longer than the duration of a world war, millions of victims have already been spread over the Middle East map. There are millions of dead; both soldiers and civilians. There are millions of old and young refugees in the region and abroad. There are millions of women and children involved in suicide bombing and other battles. And there is an enormous amount of destructed infrastructure. The end of all these sufferings is not seen in the near future.
Away of all these bloody scenes, there is a more destructive weapon misused by all powers to mislead the people. It is the media power.
Now, with Facebook, Twitter and other social media paths, you cannot miss a single scene of the war. If you are avoiding watching the ugly war scenes, committed by the barbarians with Islamic masks, you will find such images and videos repeated again and again, all the time. The storage power of the internet is used to give deadly scenes, both fake and true, a new life, and every minute.
When Egyptian fighters stroke the training camp of radical Islamists in Libya, Known now by the name “DA’ESH’, Al-Jazeera aired a scene of 3 children bodies saying they were killed by the strike. A few minutes later they removed the photo, from the website of the Qatari TV Channel, as their lie was discovered, when readers brought the same photo of the 3 children, as they were killed a few months ago and the interned box was ready to be opened and exposing the misleading news telecasted by Al-Jazeera. This was just a single report of many the Qatari TV Channel use to attack the governments in the regions.

Even, Al-Jazeera announced that Gulf Cooperation Council has supported Qatar in its latest war of words with Egypt. Instead, in his latest statement GCC secretary-general Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani has firmly thrown the Gulf bloc’s support behind Egypt.
Early Thursday, Qatar announced it was recalling its ambassador to Cairo “for consultations” over remarks made by Egypt’s delegate to the Arab League, Tariq Adel. Qatar had expressed reservations about a joint Arab League communique that welcomed Egypt’s retaliatory air strikes in Libya after ISIL fighters in the North African country executed 21 Egyptian Christians.
Al Zayani, in a statement that made no mention of Qatar, said: “The GCC countries also support all military actions taken by Egypt against terrorist groups in Libya, following the barbaric act carried out by the Daesh terrorist group.”
Qatar, Turkey and USA were in the same team to support and weapon Islamic Militants in Syria against Al-Asad regime. But, they also helped together the radical Islamists against the government in Libya. Now, the pretend they are against ISIS and ISIL, and this cannot be proven if they continue their wars against the Egyptian and other efforts to fight those terrorists.
Finding a solid, final and right situation could take a long time, and so is the World War III fought in many of the Middle East countries, and controlled by other powers abroad. The war will go longer as supporters of ISIS and ISIL may grow to fight dictatorships, and as many new technological and chemical weapons are feeding the mad battles with no victories.

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