PEJOURNAL – Revealing UAE Political Relations with Israel, continues the path of compromise rulers who, after losing to Zionist regime, sought the liberation of Holy Quds only from hotel lobbies and international conferences, and achieved nothing but repeated concessions of retreat from, did not have the Palestinian cause.
The Arab states formally went to war with the Israel four times in 1948, 1956, 1967 and 1973, but were defeated in all but one case.
The infamous Camp David Accords, signed jointly by Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin and Jimmy Carter, marked the beginning of the regression of the Axis rulers, and Egypt was the first embankment to be conquered in the process.
Since 1967, the region of West Asia and North Africa has witnessed numerous plans and peace talks, but the result has been nothing but the normalization of Egyptian-Jordanian relations with the Zionist regime, the development of settlements in the occupied territories, the continued Zionist occupation and the secret relations of Arab-centric rulers.
During these years, attachment to the international community led only to Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338, which called for the return of the Zionist regime to the pre-1967 occupied territories and the peaceful exchange of land, which, of course, did not materialize.
After the 1973 war, the Arab countries were disappointed with the victory in the war and took the path of compromise.
Over the past 47 years, in addition to the signing of the Commonwealth Agreement between Egypt and the Zionist regime and the Jordanian peace agreement with this regime, the Western-Hebrew axis has begun its covert efforts to link this axis with the Arab axis, which the 1991 Madrid Conference paved It. The conference, hosted by the United States and the Soviet Union and attended by representatives from Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Israel and Egypt, aimed at concluding a peace treaty similar to the Israeli-Egyptian agreement with other Arab countries.
The conference did not yield tangible results, but paved the way for secret talks between some Arab rulers on compromise with the Zionist regime, which led to the 1993 Oslo Accords, during which Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, recognized each other for future talks.
According to the agreement, the Zionist regime will withdraw from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank in several stages, and the Palestinian Authority will be formed in these areas during a five-year transition period, and finally a solution will be provided to implement Resolutions 242 and 338 of the Security Council.
After the Madrid conference, Camp David Dialogue was formed in 2000, mediated by Bill Clinton, which did not materialize due to the Zionist regime’s excessive demands.
The Arab axis has been linked to the Hebrew-Western axis since 2001 in the form of the “Taba talks” in Egypt, and the Saudi peace plan was unveiled. He emphasized the return of the Zionist regime to its borders in 1967 and the formation of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in exchange for which all Middle Eastern countries would recognize Israel.
The plan, which was pursued in 2003 by the United States, Russia and the European Union in cooperation with the United Nations, was envisaged in three phases, calling on all pro-Palestinian parties to exercise restraint, and on Israel to build settlements, pausing the Zionist occupation and the issue of establishing an independent Palestinian state with temporary borders was postponed to another conference.
This roadmap eventually led to the Geneva Agreement, which deciphered the proposed roadmap. Under the agreement, a political agreement was preferred over security and a climate of trust, and it was decided that the Palestinians would relinquish their right to return to their homeland and, in the face of the Zionists, stop building several settlements and cede their lands to the Palestinians.
As the Arabs pursued the path of liberating occupied Jerusalem from the hotel lobby, a current of resistance formed, grew, and became an impenetrable bulwark against the occupation, The US and Zionist plans for the region, an approach that shattered all compromise equations.
Despite the defeat of the Arab countries in four wars with the Zionist regime and the compromise between Egypt and Jordan, Lebanon was able to force the Zionist regime to evacuate the region in 2000 without taking any of us in exchange for Lebanon, and this stabilized the resistance approach in Equal to the compromise approach, which led to the formation of the Hebrew-Arabic axis in the 2006 war.
In 2006, the Western, Hebrew and Arab axes concluded that Hezbollah was a major stepping stone to the recognition of the Zionist regime, so the Zionist regime’s second war was aimed at destroying Hezbollah, a war aimed at the birth of a new Middle East.
This war was ignited with the political and intelligence support of the United States and Europe, the financial support of the Arab rulers of compromise, and the war machine of the Zionist regime. They came to remove what they thought was a snake’s head, but 33 days of Lebanese resistance led to the birth of a new dead Middle Eastern child.
Hezbollah’s victory paved the way for the formation of a resistance axis in the region, a process that the Axis of Compromise has plotted to destroy over the past decade.
From projecting to tarnish the image of the resistance to creating sectarian seditions and forming ISIS terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq, and from fanning the flames of sectarian and takfiri war in these countries to imposing harsh sanctions on pro-resistance countries and finally assassinating and physically removing resistance commanders, including Major General “Qassem Soleimani” and “Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandes” were all conspiracies that were designed and carried out by this evil axis to break the back bone of the resistance during this period, but they did not achieve their goal.
The announcement of the “Deal of the Century” plan was the last compromise effort to extinguish the Palestinian cause and pursues the goals of all compromise agreements and talks over the past 47 years, with one notable difference: the revelation of relations between the Arab rulers and the Zionist regime, camping against the axis of resistance.
Now the dependent rulers of the compromise axis, under the pressure of the United States and the Zionist regime, pursuing pretext of Iranophobia and in practice to confront the resistance axis, are trying to stand behind the occupying enemy who once promised the refugees a week of liberation from the occupied Palestinian territory.
Of course, at the beginning of the road, anonymous Arab rulers, such as the United Arab Emirates or Bahrain, are at the forefront to pave the way for the presence of Saudi Arabia and other rulers claiming the liberation of Jerusalem. Countries whose history of secret relations with the Zionist regime is not hidden from anyone.
What is the reason for revealing Arab-Israel relations in the current situation?
Relations between the Zionist regime and the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf have always been a concern of the United States, and in the current situation, the United States is trying to change the balance of power in the Middle East by revealing this relationship, a balance that today despite all efforts and seven trillion US dollars in the region is in the interest of the resistance, and therefore this plan is being implemented under the code name “Iran-phobia” and countering Iran’s influence in the region.
Iran has made geopolitical progress since the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 and the occupation of Iraq in 2003, and has established itself among the nations of the region in the fight against terrorism in Iraq and Syria.
The fact is that some Arab countries in the Persian Gulf and the Zionist regime have considered Iran a threat for years, because Iran is the only regional power that does not bow to the United States.
On the other hand, Iran and China are on the verge of concluding a 25-year strategic agreement, under which the Chinese intend to invest $ 400 billion in the oil and gas industry and other infrastructure projects, and Iran can circumvent unilateral US sanctions.
Of course, China can also strengthen its influence in the Persian Gulf and challenge the United States as the traditional dominant power in the region. In this sense, the “Abraham Accord” can be considered as a new geopolitical front that has been opened against Iran.
Although the UAE may see the Abraham Accord peace agreement as a pretext for postponing the annexation of more Palestinian territories to the Zionist regime, this point has been strongly rejected by Netanyahu.
Some Arab rulers in the Persian Gulf are trying to gain a regional backer for the post-Trump era and continue to confront the Axis of Resistance by forming a Hebrew-Arab crescent because they know full well that Arab nations do not support their compromise plans.