Every country chooses its foreign policy before everything else in order to determine its position on other countries in the world and how to treat each other…It either become the friend and/or ally of other countries and it thus establish economic and other relationship with them, or it become the enemy of them and it thus cannot establish any relationship with them, or support them in any international and/or regional position, and might even get to overthrow them whatever it takes.
For instance: the U.S. foreign policy is based primarily on the need to protect Zionist Israel, and thus it must fight each and every thing that forms a serious threat to Israel – at present or in the future – even if this leads to oppress people and peoples such as the Palestinian people. The United States undertook the task of doing everything that satisfies Zionist Israel and left everything that displeases it. This is evident today in Palestine and Lebanon, where America is trying to justify Zionist Israel’s acts that are represented in committing injustice and murder and
interfering in the internal affairs of those two countries, only because its dishonest interests and principles require protecting the usurper entity.Also, if we notice all the U.S. foreign policies and how it (America) classifies some countries as countries supporting terrorism that should be toppled, we find that the one benefitting most is ‘Zionist Israel’. Thus, isn’t the attempt to overthrow the regime in Syria, for example, in favor of the Zionists, so that to protect their borders, and not to allow anyone to support the resistance in Lebanon, which forms a serious threat to the Jews in Palestine?
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Explaining the U.S. tactics, Paul Gigot, the conservative editor of the Wall Street Journals editorial page, said: "They're working on Egypt and Saudi Arabia to try to pressure Syria to stop arming Hezbollah... the most important thing is to give Israel the time it needs to really make progress against Hezbollah, and I think that is the opening, and I think they're now taking it." Washington has ostracised Damascus over the past two years and withdrawn its ambassador, leaving U.S.-backed Arab rulers like Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia as the main channel to take the message to Syrian President Bashar Assad.
"[The administration] is trying to say to Syria... your interests are better served in the Sunni Arab camp and the camp that's pretty much on our side than with the Iranians," Mara Liasson, the national political correspondent for NPR, told Fox News Sunday. "I do know that the United States is clearly looking to Syria, not Iran, as the target of diplomacy here. Syria is the weaker power, and while they don't provide the hundreds of millions of dollars a year that Iran does to support Hezbollah, they are the conduit for all the weapons that come from Iran into Lebanon and to Hezbollah," she said.