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Is it a coincidence?

Published on 20 December 2012, by M. Tomazy.
 By Mohammad Tomazy
"Government of Kuwait announced that the NATO has been awarded Kuwaiti land for military exercises according to the NATO Istanbul Cooperation Initiative, in 2004",  Al-Quds Al-Arabi Newspaper said today.

Turkey has played a major role in supporting the Syrian rebels since it not only maintains starting bases for the Syrian rebels, but also a router for the military supplies and a shelter.

The Qatari royal family has also played a major role in the overthrowing of Gaddafi regime in Libya, also supports the Anti-Assad rebels in Syria.

 Annahda Islamic Party  gained the largest parliamentary bloc after the first democratic post-uprising elections in Tunisia and they allied with the secular Tunisian president to form  the first Tunisian government after the uprising.
One of the participants in the NATO workshops for the Istanbul Cooperation Initiative is the current  Tunisian foreign minister, Rafiq Abdul-Salam who occupied the head of AlJazeera center for studies in Doha at that time (Feb. 8, 2010).

[ Arabic pdf file: Rafiq Abul-Salam is participant (#35) in Doha workshop for the NATO Istanbul Cooperation Initiative]

Is it a coincidence?!
1. Turkey, one of the NATO members and ruled by Islamic party supports the Syrian armed rebels?
2. The ex-head of Aljazeera center for studies in Doha became the "post-revolution"  foreign minister in Tunisia?
3. The NATO alliance between Autocratic ruling families of the rich Arabian monarchies and Islamic parties in the region?