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By Clifford A. Kiracofe
Regardless of its efforts to advertise peace and instil democracy within the sector, the United States is considered via many within the center East as a bent dealer waging a "dark campaign" opposed to its enemies: in covert collaboration with Israel. The an important hostility to Arab and Palestinian pursuits of the so-called "Zionist foyer" within the US has lengthy been famous. however it is one other much less popular point in US politics that more and more calls the pictures on Capitol Hill, directing the process American international coverage there: Christian Zionism. Christian Zionists now effect not just the Republican social gathering, but additionally the White condominium and Congress. Protestant fundamentalists are looking forward to the tip of the area and they have lengthy made universal reason with the main severe political parts within the country of Israel. yet why? Jews and fundamentalist Christians infrequently appear like traditional allies. Adhering to a feverish apocalyptic ideology, Christian Zionists however think that recovery of the whole biblical Holy Land to the Jewish humans will end result the thousand-year reign of Christ. in the course of his 11 years operating within the Senate, the writer saw initially hand the deep-seated impression of Christian Zionism on American overseas coverage, and is uniquely certified to evaluate its value. darkish campaign deals the main nuanced research but written of this harmful and intricate phenomenon.
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Britain, having removed the French threat to its North American colonies, could now tighten the economic screws on the colonials and their commerce and industry. At the same time, removal of the French threat from Canada and the Ohio Valley emboldened the North American colonies to resist Britain’s tightening grip. The interests of France and the North American colonies aligned against Britain, eventually producing the formal Franco-American alliance that proved so beneficial to Americans during the War of Independence.
Britain gained clear advantage at the expense of Russia, whose exclusive naval privileges in the Straits, under the Treaty of Unkiar Skelessi, were nullified. Security of the Straits now became a shared European undertaking. Palmerston, Christian Zionism, and Palestine Against this background, Palmerston’s pioneering use of Christian Zionism as a tool of imperial policy stands out in high relief. As Barbara Tuchman explains succinctly in Bible and Sword: 22 Dark Crusade The origins of Britain’s role in the restoration of Israel are to be found in two motives, religious and political.
7 The US navy protected American merchants and missionaries operating in the region just as the Sixth Fleet protects American interests today. As formal relations between the USA and the Ottoman Porte developed, the American public became familiar with Turkish affairs through the writings of a number of prominent American travelers to the region. These include John Lloyd Stephens and George C. De Kay, who traveled to Turkey during the 1830s and 1840s. Stephens, a popular author, traveled widely; De Kay, a medical doctor and naturalist, came to Turkey ostensibly to study cholera and on his return to New York penned his Sketches of Turkey, published in 1833.
Dark Crusade: Christian Zionism and US Foreign Policy (International Library of Political Studies) by Clifford A. Kiracofe