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Message Subject Watch as it Develops - The Staged War Against Islamists in Northern Mali
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German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has arrived in Mali for talks about European efforts to help the country's weak interim government. The visit comes amid talks of an African-led military intervention in Mali.
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 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

I thought it was interesting trip began in Senegal....

Now that Mauritania & Algeria will not be sending troops....there is a strong desire to get the Muslim countries in the region on board....

Islam is practiced by 94% of the population of Senegal (Wikipedia)

I think that's one of the highest percentages among the countries that are South of Mali...
 Quoting: DarbyDoom

One thing is certain for me, shits getting real whenever ze Germans do visits and spiegel writes roadtrips.
N.Mali is important geopoliticaly for the rest of the neighbors because this can spread very fast in their countries too. I won't be surprised at all if i see the small military group they are preparing for intervention losing hard and extremism expanding to the whole region. Seems that some people want this to happen, can't explain any other way the fiasco after fiasco we are seeing the last 2 years.1dunno1
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

Northern Mali does have a surprising large number of long airstrips...

What's bad is the Germans always come in as the clean-up crew....So, it seems that TPTB think this whole thing is over before it has begun...

Peter Tinti, who is a North Africa expert, wrote that everyone is writing about how awful North Mali is under the Islamists...No one is talking about the economic boom they are causing...

I think there will be shock when the locals (the Islamists are locals for the most part) have some local support...
 Quoting: DarbyDoom

Morning DD!hf
I don't know what will happen in an intervention scenario tbh, the one thing i know is that the extremists are controlling an area bigger than France, this have big chances of spreading to neighboring countries that have not been affected by the Arab Spring much and tbh they are not that many left now.

Dunno, maybe i'm a bit pessimist, but tbh i've never seen the Mediterranean in such a mess and turmoil in my life, when all your neighbors have problems this affects us all, it's a very delicate region and off course i don't find coincidental that European Mediterranean countries face an economic and social crisis of epic proportions and Arab Mediterranean countries face wars and fundamentalism rebellions. These thing ain't happening by chance and they are moving very fast lately, Egypt is on the brink of Sharia law for crying out loud and Greece on the brink of bankruptcy. There is an obvious organized geopolitical plan played out here and it really worries me.gaah
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