Progress For Greater Israel
The UAE’s decision to recognize Israel and establish diplomatic relations is being hailed as a step towards peace in the region, and this is not the first time.
Remember, the Oslo Accords of 1993 were also called the messengers of peace for the Middle East, but if peace had been established, the rights of the helpless Palestinian people would have been gradually eroded.
In September 1978, Anwar al-Sadr’s Camp David Accords, which recognized Israel in the region, began to be used against its own Muslim brethren by recognizing Israel and standing with it in the Arab countries that fought and fought against Israel.
Started a new race. The Arab League temporarily suspended Egypt’s membership, but then not only restored its membership but also joined the race.
Now, any ruler who needed support against his own people or a brotherly country would begin to establish friendly relations with the enemy occupying the first qiblah. Earlier, Mustafa Kemal Pasha and his successors were doing this, now Egypt, the most important country in the region, has also joined their ranks.
Apparently, the agreement resulted in the withdrawal of Zionist forces from the Sinai Desert, but with strict conditions as if the small Egyptian forces there were practically subordinate to the Israeli forces, followed by Jordan after Egypt.
In August 1993, after years of negotiations, Yasser Arafat reached a long-term peace agreement in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
The agreement gave some authority to the Palestinian Authority in Gaza and the West Bank, but the ugliest aspect of the agreement was that the Israeli occupation of more than 77% of the Al-Aqsa territory was recognized at the cost of a few promises.
The most important and sensitive issue, the future of Jerusalem, was raised for a later stage. The Palestinian Authority not only pledged never to use force against Israel in the future, but also agreed that if any individual or group did so, the Palestinian Authority would destroy it.
A more humiliating condition was that Israeli forces be able to enter the Palestinian territories whenever they wanted. When they arrive, all members of the Palestinian Authority’s police or army will hide behind them.
If it ever happened that the Israeli troops came so suddenly that it was not possible to get out, the Palestinian soldiers would put their weapons on the ground and stand facing the wall until the Israeli troops left.
The agreement did not address Palestinian refugees (whose number has now reached 7 million). There was also silence about the ghettos being built continuously in the Palestinian territories.
The main goal of the Palestinian Authority, which lived entirely at the mercy of Israel, remained to crush the growing intifada movement among the Palestinian people. That is, the work that the Zionist forces themselves could not do, is now being done by the Palestinian Authority itself.
This A man named Mohammad Dahlan was also chosen for the responsibility. He set up a vast system of espionage, prisons and torture chambers in the West Bank and Gaza.
In a short period of time, many important leaders of the resistance and freedom movement were martyred and a large number were arrested. Since then, the Palestinian Authority’s only job has been to sideline the militancy or the Palestinian liberation movement.
Sudan is currently being named along with Bahrain and Oman in the race to recognize Israel, despite important messages from the 1967 Arab League summit in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
It was said that “Israel will never be recognized, there will never be negotiations with Israel and there will never be peace (agreement) with Israel.”
But this year, the Sudanese president held a secret meeting with Netanyahu, which was thwarted by the Zionist regime itself. Whether Israel can help Sudan in this regard or not, it is certain that the Israeli airline began flying its planes through Sudanese airspace to reach several countries in South America and Africa, which led to flights. The journey has been reduced to one to three hours. Which is not only psychological, but great.
On January 28 this year, US President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu presented an important plan for Palestine, calling it the Deal of the Century, declaring that
“Israel is now a Jewish state and the whole of Jerusalem is its eternal home.” And it’s an indivisible capital.”
On the other hand, he also says that
“we are now at the height of our relations with Arab and Muslim countries. This will make Israel a global and regional superpower”.
On the one hand, these are Zionist intentions and on the other hand, they are traitorous and self-interested Muslim rulers.
After the UAE, Israel itself is claiming to establish relations with twelve other Islamic countries , proving that the world’s great powers The rulers and Zionist resources are trying to consume the land of Palestine.
In such a situation, Muslim rulers should remember the declaration of the Jewish Prime Minister Ben-Gurion that
“Today we have captured Jerusalem (Jerusalem), now our street destination is Yathrib”.
The fourth Israeli prime minister, Golda Meir, turned to the land of the Hijaz and said:
“I can smell the fragrance of my ancestors from Medina and the Hijaz. This is our territory and we have to take it back.”
These Zionist intentions prove that in the guise of peace in the region, Israel’s agreement with other countries, including the United Arab Emirates, is a plan to expand Greater Israel, which is incomplete without the Hejaz (Saudi Arab) on the mainland. In this case, the first step on the part of the Muslim countries is tantamount to gross negligence and betrayal of the Palestinian people.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.