One thing is certain - the slaves of allah have no trouble portraying themselves as victims of "islamophobia" and the like.
Attacks plunged Islamic world into uncertainty
An international relations expert talks of the effects it had on the region
By Zaher Bitar, Staff Reporter
September 11, 2011
Dubai: Ten years after 9/11, despite the killing of Osama Bin Laden, the Arab and Islamic worlds seem to be living in uncertainty, Dr Yousuf Al Hassan, Emirati author and expert in international relations told Gulf News.
That has been the biggest characteristic of the region post 9/11, but Al Hassan believes the explosion of popular uprisings since January 2011 across the Arab world has brought more challenges to the region.
On the other hand, Al Hassan remarked how the 9/11 attacks caused immense political, economic and social pressure on the Arab world.
"The attack of 9/11 caused a sudden and resounding shock which reverberated strongly in the Arab world. It had strong effects in politics, economics, and society and impacted greatly on people's freedoms and security," he said.
Al Hassan attributed the wide spread of Islamophobia and the emergence of extremists to the excessive power used in US foreign policy after the attacks.
"Unfortunately, American foreign policy in the Middle East post 9/11 was developed by the right wing Neo-Conservatives of the past US Administration," said Al Hassan.
More on "islamophobia" and the "excessive power" of the US that supposedly caused it at "Gulf News"
When the "islamic world" attacks Israel in the Ezekiel 38/39 battle, it won't have to worry about "islamophobia", "uncertainty" or anything else, as it will be destroyed.