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Does the conflict in the Middle East between Islamic divisions actually represent a well-camouflaged example of synarchism and secret rule, puppeteering the conflict with an invisible hand?

Does the conflict in the Middle East between Islamic divisions actually represent a well-camouflaged example of synarchism and secret rule, puppeteering the conflict with an invisible hand?
  • Yes, in my opinion conflict is somehow puppeteered.

    In my opinion, there is an overestimation of the actual threat of Islamic divisions. Media and tv have raised Middle East issue over the top. And there might be a reason American spends billions on armed forces and weaponry. In truth we might never no what the reason actually is, so that's why there are hundreds of theories on social medias.

  • No It Doesn't

    I do not believe the Middle East conflict between Islamic divisions actually represents a well-camouflaged example of synarchism and secret rule. There is no invisible hand, unless maybe it's God's. The divisions in Islam can easily be traced back and they aren't much different than what you find in any major world religion today.

  • No, these are longstanding divisions



    The divisions in Islam are genuine and historically based.
    Sunni and Shia have been separate paths since the early days of the faith. Each
    is again divided into sects and sub-sects. The members of each of these groups
    also consider themselves faithful Muslims. No outsider was ever responsible for
    these divisions, although conceivably some interlopers may have tried to take
    advantage of them.


  • This is just a normal war.

    The conflict in the Middle East between Islamic divisions does not actually represent a well-camouflaged example of synarchism and secret rule, puppeteering the conflict with an invisible hand. This is because there are many sides to the problems in the Middle East, all with different funding and different aims. There are no secret puppet masters. It's just normal war.

  • No, not at all.

    There is no sort of conspiracy behind all of this sectarian violence spread throughout the middle east. This has been happening for centuries, with all religions, and especially in this region. The reason for it is simply religious conflict and it's not going to stop any time soon, if ever.


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