Resistance versus Israeli plot for Middle East region
By: Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Mahdi Taskhiri
To encourage the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain towards normalization with Israel can in fact be taken as a result of US failure in materializing the deal of century. This is while the relation between some Persian Gulf states and Israeli regime has been secretly increased during the recent years, a part of which is due to their shared hostility with the Islamic Republic of Iran and the axis of resistance.
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The present war across the Middle East is a confrontation between perseverance against assailants to the region and plots by the Zionist regime of Israel. This is while a short time has passed since the proposal by the US administration and Tel Aviv regime claims on a plan dubbed as the deal of century seemingly to reconcile Israel and Palestine, a plan which has been more of a failure.
In fact one can take the move to encourage the UAE and Bahrain as a result of failure of Washington's deal of the century. This is while the relations between some Persian Gulf Arab states and the Israeli regime during the past years has been secretly boosted, a part of which is due to their common hostility with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
While United Arab Emirates and Israeli officials hail the normalization agreement between Bahrain and UAE as a success, unanimous opposition of all Palestinian groups with the agreement shows one should expect a greater crisis in the region and serious repercussions for the reconciling countries.
This means that while UAE expected to guarantee its security, it has in fact fueled the regional disputes because any possible threat imposed against the Islamic Republic by the Israeli regime would involve the allied Arab countries of Israel as companions in that, hence, no positive prospect is seen for the agreement.
Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Mahdi Taskhiri is director of the center for interfaith dialogue department at Iran's Organization of Culture and Islamic Relations. He is also the chief editor of Risalt al-Taqrib magazine and Iran's former cultural attache in Lebanon. He began his religious studies in 1971 in the Iranian holy city of Qom and received his PhD of contemporary Islamic thoughts in Beirut.