Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (left) shakes hands with German President Joachim Gauck before a meeting at the former’s office in Jerusalem on May 30 2012. (LIOR MIZRAHI/AFP/GettyImages)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (left) shakes hands with German President Joachim Gauck before a meeting at the former’s office in Jerusalem on May 30 2012.
(LIOR MIZRAHI/AFP/GettyImages)

Germany Emerging as Key Player in Middle East

November 28, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
As America’s presence in the region shrinks, Germany is quietly filling the vacuum.
 

Give Germany credit. As America unwisely abdicates its leadership role in the Middle East, Berlin is quietly and steadily positioning itself to play a decisive role in the future of this important region. Right now, German foreign policy in the Middle East isn’t controversial, overtly dramatic or eye-catching. Especially not compared to events in Egypt, Gaza, Syria and Iran.

But you watch: Germany is about to emerge as the key player in the Middle East.

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