Conspiracy Theories in the Middle EastThe truth about fiction
Does the Middle East have a propensity for conspiracy theories? Here’s something to think about: Marxism and Salman Rushdie were Jewish plots, Osama Bin Laden is an American agent and after the attacks on Afghanistan he was spotted in Salt Lake City eating tacos, and finally, ayatollahs are either a British or a Communist creation. The obvious logic behind most conspiracy theories is that they divert blame, thus saving theorists from a critical self-examination. Middle Easterners have deeply rooted feelings of suspicion of others, coupled with an outlook of superiority. This, says Dr Bishara, reinforces their lack of self-confidence thus pushing them to look outwards for explanations of their difficult living conditions.
Egyptian Historian Zaynab Abd Al-'Aziz: Vatican Delegated the US to Carry Out 9/11
And how could the US win legitimacy for this without anyone saying that they are perpetrating massacres and waging a Crusader war? It fabricated the 9/11 show. I call it a fabrication because much has been written on this. We are also to blame. Why do we accept a single perspective? Countless books were written, some of which were even translated into Arabic, like Thierry Meyssan's 9/11 The Big Lie and Pentagate. "Pentagate" like Watergate He brings documents to prove that the method used in destroying the three (sic) towers was "controlled demolition." This is an architectural engineering theory, which was invented by the Americans. They teach it in their Universities. They make movies and documentaries about it. They incorporated it in movie scenarios and then carried it out in real life. Why do we accept this?