The US decision to remove its nuclear arsenal from Turkey is apparent confirmation that, almost overnight, Erdoğan has abandoned his alliance with the West and shifted to the East, vis-a-vis Moscow. His anticipated welcome to Tehran's superpower teammates, Russia and China, has sobering implications for Israel.
"When I learned about World Vision, an international Christian organization, and its alleged funding of Hamas, I was shocked. It felt like the World Record of mismanagement and corruption."
This report from the Iranian FARS News Agency announces the latest superpower to join Tehran's war against its only competitor to establish a regional, even global, caliphate. Namely, ISIS. In Syria, the combined military force of the "Iranian-Russian-Chinese axis" is only miles from Jerusalem. Written from an Iranian perspective, the following announcement merits a careful read.
The big story is not that Russia bombed ISIS. The big story is its new base in Iran. But even this pales next to the pending military alliance between Russia, Iran and Turkey.