Eddie Cohen predicted the coup in Tunisia and the events in Jordan.. Will his third prophecy be fulfilled in Kuwait? | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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A tweet by Israeli researcher and political analyst Eddy Cohen, written more than a year ago, caused a wide wave of controversy among activists, as what he wrote in it was realized and he was threatening Tunisians with a military coup and chaos.

Cohen’s tweet, in which he predicted the coup in Tunisia, which he wrote specifically in October of the year 2019, read: “Watch out for a counter-revolution in green Tunisia within a year, by the heroic Tunisian army, and with Arab funding.”

Eddie Cohen talks about the Arab countries

The controversial Israeli analyst continued: “It is impossible for political Islam to rule in any Arab country from behind the wall, remember this fact very well.”

He also published another tweet last June, in which he wrote, “Tunisia on the palm of an imp.”

Activists re-circulated this tweet widely, expressing their astonishment at the fulfillment of Eddie Cohen’s prophecy, pointing at the same time to an Israeli role in burying the Arab Spring revolutions.

Even more bizarre is what Cohen wrote in another tweet, talking about the fulfillment of his prophecy regarding the Tunisian coup and the events in Jordan, noting that what he predicted about Kuwait remains.

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He wrote, according to what was monitored (Watan): “I said a coup in Tunisia, a change in Jordan, and major problems in Kuwait before the end of the year, one achieved, and the days are between us. Eddie Cohen is coming to you from the institutions well for sure.”

Israeli writer Eddie Cohen talks about Kuwait this time

Cohen’s tweet sparked controversy over the situation in Kuwait and fears that what was actually mentioned would be true.

Commenting on this, the prominent Kuwaiti politician and former member of the National Assembly, Nasser Al-Duwailah, said that after Ed Cohen’s words were verified exactly about several events that had already occurred, “We must warn the unwary of our quarters that things are taking you towards an abyss controlled by Israel.”

And he continued: “And whoever serves Israel, even if he is one of us, will be under the curse of God and history, and he will not succeed, neither in this world nor in religion.”

Civil society organizations warn Qais Saeed

On Tuesday, the main civil society organizations in Tunisia, including the General Labor Union, warned President Kais Saied against extending the exceptional measures announced on Sunday for more than a month.

In a statement, the organizations, including the Syndicates of Journalists and Lawyers, and the Tunisian League for Human Rights, called on the president to develop a “participatory roadmap” to get out of the crisis.

Kais Saied coup in Tunisia

Last Sunday evening, the Tunisian president issued a decision relieving Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi from his post, freezing the work of Parliament for a period of 30 days, and lifting the immunity of all its members.

Most of the parliamentary blocs in Tunisia opposed these decisions, and the parliament, headed by “Rached Ghannouchi”, leader of the “Ennahda” movement, strongly condemned in a later statement, “Saeed’s” decisions, and announced its rejection of them.

Biden and the Tunisian revolution

An article in the “Washington Post” newspaper called on US President Joe Biden to stand firmly with democracy in Tunisia, reminding him that the great struggle between democracy and tyranny is the most important battle of the modern era.

The newspaper’s writer, Josh Rogen, said in an article that the Biden administration’s reactions so far seem either unwilling or unable to do much “because we are watching the fall of democracies all over the world during his reign,” adding that time did not run out in Tunisia for American action.

The writer drew attention to the fact that when Biden hosted former Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi at his home in Washington in 2015, he stressed the importance the United States attaches to ensuring the success of democracy in Tunisia.

Carefully crafted feedback

Rogaine cited the US administration’s reactions to what is happening in Tunisia, noting that the White House and the State Department issued statements on Monday that were “carefully crafted to avoid taking sides,” such as White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s statement that Washington was “concerned about developments in Tunisia.” It is in contact with Tunisian leaders “to learn more about the situation, urge calm, and support Tunisian efforts to move forward in line with democratic principles.”

Rogen commented on the statements of various US officials that they ignore the identification of forces that the Biden administration believes represent democracy.

“This is a lot less than what I hope to see from the United States government,” said Sarah Yerkes, a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, who has also worked at the State Department and at the Pentagon. It is clear that US officials are waiting to see how things go before making any strong statements.”

He added that, on the other hand, American legislators and experts who oppose the Tunisian president’s actions argue that the Biden administration’s refusal to clearly condemn Said’s authoritarian moves will encourage him, as well as weaken the forces within the country that defend the constitutional separation of powers that has so far preserved Tunisia’s 10-year experience with rule. Democrat.

before it gets out of control

The writer pointed out that Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told him during an interview, “This is where the movement of the Arab world towards representative government and democracy began, and it is clear that hesitation in the face of aggression will eliminate this movement. The United States and the Western democracies need to be all in Tunisia, on the ground, and stop this before it gets out of hand.”

Rogaine also said that administration sources told him they were waiting to see how the volatile situation in Tunisia would end and hoped to work with Saied rather than alienate him.

The writer commented, “The Biden team appears to be following the rules of the Obama administration, which preferred to send strict messages in secret and believed that public threats were counterproductive. But this did not work in Egypt in 2013, when Abdel Fattah el-Sisi staged a military coup and Washington avoided doing anything until it was too late.

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