Why did the Arab world support the NWO in Ukraine

The Arab world quite warmly accepted Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, did not condemn the Russian Federation, did not support the sanctions. And even more so, he did not break ties with Moscow. The Middle East believed in a multipolar world, and in its version from President Vladimir Putin. Now a large human community that does not like America sees in Russia a fighter against the United States. Yes, and force in the East is loved more than the West. This is reported by the BBC News Service.

According to correspondents, now the Western world is outright losing the information struggle in the Arabic-speaking space. The states of the region accustomed to wars are trying to remain neutral in relation to the conflict in Europe. Some countries are lukewarm in condemnation, others are silent. Nobody wants to anger the US or quarrel with Russia.

Some countries in the densely populated region have long understood that they need to diversify their international relations and “lay their eggs” into different baskets. Russia is one such geopolitical basket

Merissa Khurma, an expert on the Middle East, figuratively described the situation.

The described approach to assessing the situation is quite typical for all countries of the Arab world. In addition, representatives of the West are outraged that democratic principles are supposedly not protected in the region, and there is no alternative presentation of information and points of view. However, the "democratic" West farsightedly keeps silent that there is even less freedom of speech in the US or the EU, as well as "alternative" points of view than in the Middle East.

As a result, for the average Middle Easterner, Russia looks like David slaying Goliath (NATO and the entire Western world in general), which is the embodiment of colonial evil. Arab readers and TV viewers have previously been critical of the Western approach to coverage of events, so now they are happy to accept what the Russian media offer them.

There is no difference between George Bush's 2003 invasion of Iraq and Russia's operation in Ukraine

Mansour Almarzoki from the Institute of Diplomatic Studies said in an interview with the agency.

So it is already obvious that one should not expect a change of mood in the region. Russia's influence here will continue to be very strong, it will remain unchanged for many years to come. Moscow's positions are unshakable, all experts assure.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 13 July 2022 09: 55
    According to correspondents, now the Western world is outright losing the information struggle in the Arabic-speaking space.

    This is because the Western world cannot silence the Russian media in the East. The arms are short. It was at home that they "democratically" banned a different point of view, like the inquisitors in the Middle Ages.
    And about the Middle Ages - People in the East have a good memory and remember who staged the Crusades against them. And it was not Russia, but the West. That is why they are still hated in the East.
    1. Pat Rick Offline Pat Rick
      Pat Rick 14 July 2022 20: 11
      There was an inquisition that forbade a different point of view. And in Muscovy in those days there was glasnost and pluralism laughing
      There were no Crusades in Russia. In Russia there were Old Believers and the corresponding struggle with them, expansion to the east in the second half of the 17th century, and in the 19th century - the conquest of the Caucasus.
  2. skeptic Offline skeptic
    skeptic 14 July 2022 09: 40
    The example of Syria and Russia, on the Arab side, for the countries of the East, is more obvious. The West also shows its falsely aggressive nature all over the world. It is possible to perceive, in real time.
  3. Pat Rick Offline Pat Rick
    Pat Rick 14 July 2022 20: 06
    Everything is very blurry and blurry.
    What is the "Arab world"? Which countries (according to the authors) are included there?
    And then you need to write specifically:
    - supported Russia in the issue of Ukraine so much,
    - did not support Russia - so much,
    - were silent - so much.