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The Saudi-led Islamic military alliance is ostensibly interested in joining the United States and its allies in their efforts to tackle Daesh in Iraq and Syria, but political analyst Alexander Sotnichenko suggested that Riyadh and other members of its counterterrorism coalition pursue a different agenda.
“It is in the interest of the United States and its allies to draw foreign forces to divide Syria in the first place.
The fact that members of the Islamic coalition have become increasingly active could indicate that they want to make it in time for Syria’s partition,” he told Vzglyad.
The political analyst said that Syria’s future could be in trouble if Baghdad pushes Daesh out of Iraq earlier than Damascus tackles the terrorist group on its territory.
“In this case the coalition forces assisted by the United States and the Gulf states could cross Iraq’s border with Syria and advance further west.
As a result they will end up taking control over a large part of Syria, which they will refuse to transfer to the Syrian government,” he said…………….