On the edge of war! That’s how close it was. The verge of a huge bloodshed in the area where the largest energy production is was stopped by Donald Trump. If you will want to listen to the fraudulent media, they will NEVER tell you something like this, but we are here to reveal the true face of the REAL PHILANTHROPIST and patriot- Donald Trump.
To be a patriot (NOT GLOBALIST) means not to care for your own country only, but to think about the next generation and the world as a whole. Donald Trump knows that very well.
We already informed you about the historical efforts of Trump to unite Israel and Palestine and finally bring peace. His efforts are effective. The leaders of these two countries said that they see PEACE in Donald Trump and after a century-long war conflict they will establish permanent peaceful relations under the mediatorship of Donald Trump.
What we didn’t know is how Trump prevented a huge bloodshed in the Persian Gulf. Read the report below:
President Trump’s intervention between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates saved the world from the two nations going to war with Qatar.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates considered taking military action in the early stages of their ongoing dispute with Qatar, until Donald Trump called leaders of both countries and warned them to back off, according to two people familiar with the U.S. president’s intervention.
The two Gulf countries were looking at ways to remove the Qatari regime, which they accused of sponsoring terrorism and cozying up to Iran, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the discussions were confidential. Trump told Saudi and U.A.E. leaders that any military action would trigger a crisis across the Middle East that would only benefit the Iranians, one of the people said.
It wasn’t clear when the conversations took place. The Saudis, backed by the U.A.E. and two other regional allies, broke off diplomatic ties with Qatar in early June, imposed an economic embargo and cut transport links. They’ve since issued multiple demands, including the closure of Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera, that haven’t been met. Qatar denies all the accusations and accuses the Saudis of seeking to dominate smaller neighbors.
Saudi Arabia denied that military action was ever considered. The allegations are entirely incorrect, have already been denied, and amount to nothing more than typically misleading Qatari propaganda said a Saudi official source familiar with the matter. Emirati officials have said in the past that the dispute can only be resolved by political, not military, means. A Bloomberg reporter who requested comment was directed to those past statements.
A U.S. official familiar with the conversations said that Trump put pressure on all parties and encouraged Qatar to reach out to the Saudi-led bloc.
The dispute among some of the world’s top energy producers flared up a few days after Trump visited Saudi Arabia on his first overseas trip as president, and he was closely involved from the start. Trump publicly backed the Saudi demands, while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and other administration members took a more cacautiousine. Saudi Arabia is a longstanding U.S. ally, while Qatar hosts the biggest American military base in the region.
The standoff has yet to be resolved, despite efforts by Kuwait to mediate. Trump made a push to settle it this month, after talks in Washington with Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah. The U.S. president made a flurry of calls with Gulf leaders, saying the dispute was distracting U.S. allies from forging a united front against Iran.