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The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism

The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism

The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya; as well as those expected in Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Sudan, Algeria, Mauritania, and Morocco are very clear. They are closely linked to a 600-years-old Turkic ploy of fictitious grouping of the Arabs into “Extinct” Arabs, Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites), as well as the history of Turkic migrations into Arabia and Africa, and the rise of Turkmen in the Umayyad dynasty and beyond. Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites) invented militant Islam and colonized vast lands in Asia, Africa, Andalusia, and Eastern Europe. The “Extinct” Arabs are not extinct at all, and they exist now all over Arabia, and more obviously in Yemen and Oman.
All these wars are between Turkic Arabs who claim to be Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites) against indigenous local nation whether genuine Arabs or non-Arab groups. Both indigenous Arabs, like in Yemen and Bahrain; and non-Arab, like in Africa and Levantine, are subjected to the dominance and consequences of aggressive support from Turkic Arabs Turks and Turkey.

Such conflicts are much bigger than the capacity of the Turkic Arabs and Turkey. They would not be able to continue or win it, and the inevitable result of these conflicts will be either prevalence of indigenous groups or surrender Turkic Arabs to the demands of integration and assimilation. It shall result in disappearance of aggressive Turkic Arabs from social political realm, and demise of the myth of “Extinct” Arabs, Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites), and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites).

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