Sunday 21 April 2019

Middle East’s historic May
a strategic patience

By: Alireza Arab

While Islamic World now is in a strategic patience in many critical areas of the region, such as Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon, the patience is marked in favor of the Islamic world and at the concussion of the Zionists.


An Iranian regional analyst Alireza Arab marked May 2018 as a climax in Middle East, as Iraqi elections is on its way to make a determinant and independent destiny.


It’s even more sensitive since Kurdistan Regional Referendum failed to declare its independence from Iraqi central government, and now all tribes in Iraq are in a very tangible understanding to perform a national union.


Same situation exists on the ground inside Lebanese borders, and all political parties are now in commitment to National sovereignty and unity.


From other hand situation inside Palestine and occupied territories are under very critical conditions. Trump’s decision over the status of al-Quds and his promise to move American embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, on May 2018 the situation is a lot more concerning.


Many Islamic World analyst compare this move to Balfour agreement, and called it the second Balfour in which this time not only the lands of Islamic World was promised to Zionist Jews, but this time also the heart of the Islamic World is set to be gifted to Zionist Jews.


The arena now is in desperate need of Islamic countries unity, to stop conflicts and maintain a unity against this controversial decision over the status of al-Quds as the heart of the Islamic World.


Iran’s Influence in the region and throughout Islamic World, was not based only on national interests but it was based to bring back Islamic World pieces together and maintain a unity against Islamic World hostiles.


While resistance movements are step by step gaining advancements in different arenas, it’s a great opportunity for Islamic World to unite.

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