Settlers (Jewish Terrorists) Vandalize Ramallah-area Village

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Israeli settlers vandalized Palestinian property in the village of al-Mughayyir, in the central occupied West Bank district of Ramallah, on Monday.

Al-Mughayyir Mayor Amin Abu Alia said that Israeli settlers stormed the village predawn, on Monday, slashed tires of eight Palestinian-owned vehicles and sprayed racist, anti-Palestinian graffiti on the walls of Palestinian homes.

Alia pointed out, according to Ma;an News Agency, that Israeli settlers harass the residents, attack Palestinian farmers and livestock herders in the village, and steal water tanks on a daily basis.

Israeli forces have been setting up military checkpoints at the entrances of the village, recently, which has made it difficult for residents to move freely entering or exiting the village.

Alia mentioned that Israeli forces pressure the residents of al-Mughayyir to hand over individuals that are allegedly wanted for investigation or to be detained by Israel.

Many Palestinian activists and rights groups around the world have accused Israel of fostering a “culture of impunity” for Israelis committing violent acts against Palestinians.

According to a report from Israeli NGO B’Tselem, in April 2018 alone, 14 Israeli settler assaults were documented across the occupied West Bank.

B’Tselem said that “Israel both enables this reality by its deliberate lack of law enforcement and by sending soldiers to guard settlers who attack Palestinians and even help them and reaps its benefit.

Under its policy, no house, no car, no field is safe, and settlers can do as they please without suffering any consequences. Living in constant fear of what is to come is an inherent part of daily life under the occupation.”

(archive photo image, Alternative Information Center)

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Understanding the ‘Hebrew prophet’ from Palestine: Gilad Atzmon and His Philosophy

 

By  Adriel Kasonta

Source:  American Herald Tribune   

As we currently see, the Israeli-Palestinian relations have shifted from very bad to worse, giving very little hope (or non) for the two-State solution.

With Israel passing Jewish ‘nation state’ law (which is seen by many as a major shift towards legislated apartheid), the rising concerns of an anti-Semitic sentiment within the political ranks of the Labour Party in Britain, a struggle of the Jewish diaspora from all over the world to reject associating condemnation of Israel with antisemitism, and visible lack of interest of the MSM to acknowledge the right of ALL Jews and non-Jews to participate in those debates (which often results in prevention of the dissent voices from reaching the broader public), I wholeheartedly believe that it is desired to discuss these very important (and often inconvenient) topics with people of various opinions – but at the same time those who have deep understanding of the subject matter.

In this regard, I have approached probably the most accomplished and controversial jazz saxophonist, philosopher, novelist and anti-Zionist writer of our times – Gilad Atzmon.

Born in a secular Jewish family in Tel Aviv and grew up in Jerusalem, by some he is accused of being antisemitic and by others is perceived as the last ‘Hebrew prophet’.

Who is Gilad Atzmon? What does it mean to him to be an ex-Jew? What are, and what has shaped, his views? How looked his life in Israel and what has changed since that time? What can be done to end suffering of the Palestinian people? Does freedom of speech really exist?

These questions – and many others – were answered by my guest, so tune in!

Listen to Adriel Kasonta interviewing Gilad Atzmon here:

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«إسرائيل» المحاصَرة تحاصِرُ نفسَها

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يوليو 21, 2018

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– لا يحتاج القانون الإسرائيلي الخاص بتثبيت الهوية اليهودية لكيان الاحتلال إلى شرح بصفته قانونا عنصريا، أو بصفته قانوناً عدوانياً على الوجود العربي الفلسطيني في الأراضي المحتلة عام 1948 يمهّد لتهجيرهم كفائض سكاني مقلق لنقاء الهوية اليهودية، ويُسقط في آن أي حديث عن مبرر لقبول فلسطيني وعربي بمفهوم الدولتين كإطار للتسوية، الذي قام أصلاً على توافق ضمني بحقوق مدنية وسياسية للعرب الفلسطينيين في الأراضي المحتلة العام 48 مساوية للمستوطنين الصهاينة، حتى كان المتطرفون الصهاينة يبررون رفضهم قيام دولة فلسطينية، بالقول إن الفلسطينيين سيربحون دولة ونصفاً، دولة فلسطينية، ونصف دولة بمشاركة العرب الفلسطينيين في الكيان المقام على الأراضي المحتلة عام 48، بحيث صار ما بعد القانون الجديد يعني أن القبول الفلسطيني والعربي بتسوية الدولتين تتضمّن قبولاً بتهجير العرب الفلسطينيين من الأراضي المحتلة عام 1948، ليضاف هذا القانون لاعتماد القدس كعاصمة موحدة لكيان الاحتلال، واستبعاد مطلق للتفاوض على عودة اللاجئين، وحصر التفاوض بحجم السيادة في مدن الضفة وغزة، ما يعني شرحاً كاملاً لمفهوم عروض التسوية الإسرائيلية للقضية الفلسطينية المتبناة أميركياً وخليجياً مشروع مذبحة مفتوحة بشرياً وثقافياً وتاريخياً ودينياً ووطنياً.

– فهم خطورة القانون من جهة، والموقف المناهض له بقوة من جهة ثانية، وفضح مضمون صفقة القرن المذلّة والمهينة التي يتّجه حكام الخليج إلى تبنيها علناً، شيء، وتفسير الخلفية الفعلية للموقف الإسرائيلي شيء آخر. فهو حاجة ملحّة لفهم الموازين الحقيقية الحاكمة للصراع مع المشروع الصهيوني، بعد حرب مفتوحة منذ العام 2000، يخوضها محور المقاومة تسبّبت بتصدع هيبة كيان الاحتلال، وإفقاده القدرة على الذهاب لحرب، وأسقطت قوة ردعه التقليدية، لنقرأ ما إذا كان القانون الجديد عنصر تزخيم للقوة الإسرائيلية، وعلامة على نهوض جديد لمصادر قوة المشروع الصهيوني، أم هو واحدة إضافية من علامات المأزق الاستراتيجي، الذي دخله ولا يعرف كيف يخرج منه، والجواب يقدّمه المشهد المحيط بكيان الاحتلال، حيث في ما يخصّ المواجهة مع المقاومة على جبهة جنوب لبنان إجماع إسرائيلي على عدم اللعب بالنار، وتحذيرات إسرائيلية للحكومة والجيش من أن ارتكاب أي حماقة قد تنتهي بحرب مدمرة وهزيمة مدوية. وعلى الجبهة السورية التي كانت محور رهان إسرائيلي استراتيجي للخروج من المأزق بقيام حكم جديد لسورية يسيطر عليه حلفاء إسرائيل، وقد تبخّر الحلم و«إسرائيل» تعترف بأن انتصار الرئيس السوري بخياراته المعروفة صار كالقدر لا يردّ، ومحاولات الاستعانة بالصديق الأميركي تفشل بنيل ضمانة روسية بإخراج المقاومة وإيران من روسيا. وسقف الممكن هو نشر مراقبي الأندوف ضمن صيغة تمهّد لإنعاش الحراك نحو انسحاب إسرائيلي من الجولان بدلاً من ضمه، وفي غزة مع كل تصعيد تسقط القذائف على المستوطنات الصهيونية، وتذهب «إسرائيل» لنصف حرب، يأتي التراجع الإسرائيلي نحو هدنة، لأن قرار الحرب صعب ومكلف، وربما فوق طاقة «إسرائيل».

– إسرائيل المحاصرة من كل اتجاه، تقوم بحصار نفسها، بقوة الأيديولوجيا، والخوف من التاريخ والجغرافيا، بقانون الهوية اليهودية يُنقل الحصار إلى داخل الأراضي المحتلة العام 1948، ويوحّد النضال الوطني للعرب الفلسطينيين في كل الجغرافيا الفلسطينية ويفضح تفاهة ووضاعة كل مَن يتحدّث عن فرص للتسوية وجدوى للتفاوض، وفي أي مواجهة مقبلة، وهي مقبلة، سيجد كيان الاحتلال الذي فرح بالقدس عاصمة يعترف بها الأميركي، كما فرح بقانون الهوية اليهودية، ويفرح بصفقة العصر، أنه لا يفعل سوى تفخيخ الأرض التي يقف فوقها. فالأرباح على الورق شيء، والخسائر في الجغرافيا والديمغرافيا شيء آخر.

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Trump Administration Reiterates US Backing of israel’s Illegal Gaza Blockade

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Trump Administration Reiterates US Backing of Israel’s Illegal Gaza Blockade

The US has long supported Israel’s illegal Gaza blockade, a policy of collectively punishing the civilian population of Gaza for living under Hamas’s rule
Key members of the team chosen by US President Donald Trump to revive the effectively defunct “peace process” have written an op-ed in the Washington Post backing Israel’s illegal blockade of the Gaza Strip.

Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, special representative Jason Greenblatt, and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman penned the column, published in the Post on July 19, which blames Hamas for “needlessly prolonging the suffering of the Palestinian people in Gaza.”

The Trump team pointed out that 53 percent of the people residing in Gaza live below the poverty line, and 49 percent of Gazans are unemployed — consequences of the crippling illegal blockade Israel has imposed on Gaza since shortly after Hamas won legislative elections in 2006.

Without mentioning the blockade, the team argued that Hamas was solely to blame for its consequences, thus effectively endorsing Israel’s policy of collectively punishing the entire civilian population for living under Hamas’s rule.

The collective punishment of civilian populations is a violation of international law and amounts to a war crime.

The Trump team suggested that in order for Gazans’ suffering to come to an end — meaning for Israel’s illegal blockade to end — the Hamas government must either be replaced or acquiesce to Israel and the US’s demands within the framework of the US-led so-called “peace process”.

The US has long demanded that Hamas recognize the state of Israel, abide by the Oslo Accords and other agreements under the “peace process”, and renounce violence.

The US does not demand that Israel recognize the state of Palestine, cease its perpetual violations of the prior agreements as well as international law, or renounce violence, which it routinely resorts to in order to suppress the Palestinians struggling to gain their freedom.

The “peace process” has been sold to the public as a means to achieve peace, but in reality is the means by which Israel and the US have long blocked implementation of the two-state solution.

This solution is premised in international law and calls for Israel to fully withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories, envisioning a viable independent state of Palestine alongside Israel and a just solution for Palestinian refugees.

Israel has rejected the two-state solution since its inception, favoring persistent military occupation of the West Bank in order to facilitate its illegal colonization project.

Israel invaded and occupied the West Bank during the June 1967 war and has ever since been illegally building Jewish settlements there. US government officials have often rhetorically opposed the settlements, but in actual deed have supported their construction, despite the fact that they violate international law.

Israel’s expansion of Jewish settlements also violates the Oslo Accords — the same agreement consecutive US executive administrations have demanded that Hamas uphold.

Whereas the two-state solution is premised in international law, the framework for the Oslo “peace process” is premised on a rejection of the applicability of international law toward a resolution. Instead, under this process, the Palestinians must negotiate with their occupier over how much of their own land they will be permitted to exercise some measure of sovereignty over.

This US insistence on rejecting international law was even more loudly pronounced when Trump declared in December 2017 that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel and that the US would move its embassy there.

Under international law, all of Gaza and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, are “occupied Palestinian territories”.

Most of the world has already recognized Palestine as a state, as has the United Nations organization since November 2012.

The UN Security Council, of which the US is a permanent member, has also forbidden member nations from establishing their embassies in Jerusalem due to Israel’s illegal measures to annex occupied East Jerusalem. Under international law, these measures are null and void, and the US embassy move, too, is a violation of UN Security Council Resolution 478 of 1980, the resolution that forbade member states from establishing Israel embassies in Jerusalem due to fact that Israel’s illegal annexation measures prejudice the rights of the Palestinians.

Trump’s declaration about Jerusalem effectively sealed the fate of the “peace process” as defunct. While he has assembled a team to try to restart the process, so far, it has gone nowhere, and there is little prospect of a revival given how Trump’s action undermined the perception of credibility his predecessor, Barack Obama, had striven hard to maintain with respect to the “peace process”.

While rhetorically expressing support for a Palestinian state, the Obama administration, too, backed Israel’s criminal policies with financial, military, and diplomatic support.

Prior to Obama, the Bush administration, too, lent US backing to Israel’s criminal policies against the Palestinians. After Hamas legitimately won elections in 2006, taking over control of the Palestinian legislature, the US conspired with Israel and Fatah, the party of the illegitimate president of the Palestinian Authority (PA), Mahmoud Abbas, to overthrow the democratically elected Hamas government.

Abbas’s legal term as president expired in 2009, but he has remained in office, with US and Israeli approval, as a result of his largely successful coup against Hamas. The PA itself was established under the Oslo Accords essentially to serve as Israel’s collaborator in enforcing its occupation regime.

The result of the US-backed coup attempt in 2007 was a civil conflict in Gaza and the expulsion of Fatah by Hamas. Whereas the legitimately elected Hamas government remained as governing authority in Gaza, Abbas illegally replaced the Hamas Prime Minister, Ismael Haniyeh, with Salaam Fayyad.

After the failure of the US-backed coup to overthrow the Hamas government in Gaza, Israel responded by escalating its blockade policy, in place since the 1967 war, by closing land crossings and implementing a virtual siege of the Strip, strictly limiting the movement of goods and people into and out of the territory.

In November 2008, the US embassy in Tel Aviv cabled Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to explain how the goal of Israel’s blockade policy was “to keep the Gazan economy functioning at the lowest level possible consistent with avoiding a humanitarian crisis” — which the Israeli government has defined as nothing short of outright starvation of the population.

Israel’s purpose, the cable reiterated, was “to keep the Gazan economy on the brink of collapse”.

By blaming Hamas for the consequences of Israel’s illegal blockade, the Trump administration is communicating to the Israeli government that it has the full support of the US government for its collective punishment of the civilian population of Gaza.

The ’Israelis’ of the Kingdom Are Present

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Latifa al-Husseini

In April, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman declared his position on the normalization of ties with the Zionists during his tour to the United States. He openly told the US magazine, The Atlantic, “The “Israelis” have the right to have their own land. … Our country doesn’t have a problem with Jews. … There are a lot of interests we share with “Israel”.”

This is what is useful to the “young prince”; the gradual normalization of ties, which he actually intentionally expressed through meetings, statements and media platforms launched to promote his position. His various methods work and strive to create and convince public opinion of the usefulness of appeasing the enemy to the point of allying with it. The goal is to confront Iran and portray it as the greatest threat to the kingdom.

Bin Salman relays on a group of writers and broadcasters to spread the concepts of “peace” and harmony with the Jews. Some of those are former Al-Arabiya channel director Abdel Rahman Al-Rashed, as well as writers Ahmad Al-Arfaj, Ahmed Al-Faraj, Turki Al-Hamad, Mohammed Al-Sheikh, Hamza Al-Salem, Saud Al-Fawzan, Suad Al-Shammari and last but not least Daham Al-Enezi who called for the establishment of a Zionist embassy in Riyadh.

In addition there are those who are fluent in Hebrew. They compete on social networking sites to attract Zionist activists from within the occupied territories and interact with them under the title of “electronic peace”, at least until now. They have the absolute freedom to court figures within the usurping entity and its axis as long as they agree on attacking the Islamic Republic and inciting against it.

Because tweeting in Hebrew is not a crime in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi writer and programmer, Louay Al-Sharif, addresses the Zionists all the time through his Twitter account. He chooses to tweet in Hebrew to comment on local or even regional news. A few months ago, he recorded a video clip in which he said that “Saudi Arabia has never threatened any of ‘its neighbors’.” He also called on ” the ‘people of “Israel”’ to read the news accurately.” This message was well received by Tel Aviv, so much so that it took care of broadcasting it.

Al-Sharif, who is known for his strong relationship with the royal court and for his role in the Saudi Crown Prince’s “MiSK” Foundation, allocates his [Twitter] account to acquaint his more than 150,000 followers to the “people” of “Israel” and their history. He claims to interact with Zionist tweeters based on his interest in “Jewish heritage”.

Similarly, Abdul Rahman al-Qahtani, who presents himself as a person interested in Hebrew and is fond of Bin Salman, is also active. Al-Qahtani’s posts highlight his focus on attacking Iran and resistance movements in Palestine and the region. He even retweets Zionist and American activists who attack Hamas and glorifies the crown prince. He is keen to use the flag of “Israel” in most of his Tweets that are related to the usurper entity and Saudi Arabia.

In turn, the phenomenon of tweeting in Hebrew has begun spreading among Saudi activists on Twitter. One of them, Abu Omar, identifies himself as having a BA in Hebrew. His account might be real or fake. However, its content centers on his “easy” experience in learning Hebrew, the idea of “peace” with the enemy and criticizing the Palestinians. Another Saudi tweeter (the centrist) says: “The time has come to learn Hebrew!”

Meanwhile, Mohammad al-Ghalban pioneers the Saudi figures that master the enemy’s language. He has a PHD in Hebrew. He is a professor of Hebrew and Jewish studies at the Department of Modern Languages ??and Translation at the College of Languages ??and Translation at King Saud University in Riyadh. He has an MA and a PHD in Philosophy from the Faculty of Arts, the Department of Near Eastern Languages ??and its Cultures in the Indiana-Bloomington University, USA. His general specialization is Hebrew, and his secondary one is in Jewish studies. He has more than 20 years of experience in Modern Hebrew and translation. Not only that, but King Saud University presents him as someone who has extensive knowledge of what appears in Zionist media, is well-informed in “Israeli” and Jewish studies and abreast with the provisions of Jewish religious laws and cultures. He is even fluent in “Yiddish” which is the language of Ashkenazi Jews.

Al-Ghabban believes that the negative attitudes in Saudi Arabia towards the study of Hebrew will change, noting that “a decade ago it was seen as an enemy’s language, but now it is the language of the other,” as he puts it.

The Hebrew Language Program is one of the programs of the Department of Modern Languages and Translation at the College of Languages and Translation at King Saud University. It was activated when the Language and Translation Institute was transformed into a College of Languages and Translation at King Saud University under the 1994 Royal Decree. It is the only program in the Gulf region in general and in the Kingdom in particular that grants a bachelor’s degree in translation from and to Hebrew.

Saudi Arabia is not likely to stop these activities but rather expand them and perhaps open more institutes that teach Hebrew. In this context, Louay Al-Sherif spoke about the allocation of an educational platform for the teaching of languages, including Hebrew that will be launched soon in the Kingdom. Will Bin Salman be the first to join or will there be no need for it in light of the full understanding and harmony with the Zionists?

It can be said today that Saudi Arabia is unable to surprise Arab public opinion in general and the Saudi one in particular, as it placed it at the heart of its normalization policy. It is only concerned about its hostility towards Iran, and nothing else. Originally, it derives from the former Mufti Abdul Aziz bin Baz’s fatwa regarding reconciliation with the Jews.  Justifications for the ratification of the upcoming agreement of humiliation with Tel Aviv derive from this fatwa. But the question is why was the announcement delayed, especially since the popular base is ready for it? What is the Royal Court waiting for following the secret meetings between Bin Salman and Zionist officials in the occupied territories and before that in the United States in March and April, according to leaks by “Israeli” and American media?

Source: Al-Ahed

صفقة القرن: مشروع سياسي أم تموضع استراتيجي؟

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يونيو 28, 2018

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– لا يمكن النظر لما يدور من تحضير وترويج وتمهيد تحت مسمّى صفقة القرن أو صفقة العصر، والمقصود الرؤية التي تتبناها إدارة الرئيس الأميركي دونالد ترامب لحلّ القضية الفلسطينية بذعر، مردّه الانطلاق من أنّ مجرد تلاقي واشنطن وتل أبيب ومعهما الرياض وعدد من العواصم العربية على صيغة لتصفية القضية الفلسطينية، قوامها تثبيت احتلال القدس وإنهاء عودة اللاجئين، يعني نهاية هذه القضية، أو يعني أنّ المحور المعادي لمحور المقاومة يستردّ أنفاسه ويستعيد زمام المبادرة وينتقل إلى الهجوم المعاكس، ودون ذلك الكثير من العقبات والتعقيدات التي يحكيها الميدان في ساحات المواجهة كلها بين قوى محور المقاومة والمحور الذي تقوده واشنطن. وحيث الكفة الراجحة لا تزال تسجل المزيد من الانتصارات لحساب محور المقاومة، كما لا يمكن التعامل مع هذا المشروع باستخفاف يضعه في منزلة المشاريع الكلامية التي لا قيمة لها على أرض الواقع، في حين يبدو أنّ تحوّلاً في العلاقات العربية – «الإسرائيلية» يسجل كلّ يوم جديداً لصالح التطبيع. فالتحالف العلني بين تل أبيب وعدد من العواصم العربية وفي طليعتها الرياض، وتستهدف صفقة القرن إسباغ الشرعية على هذه التحوّلات وتزخيمها لتحويلها حلفاً جديداً في الجغرافيا السياسية للمنطقة، يعلن نهاية الصراع العربي الإسرائيلي بالتوافق على خيار سياسي في مواجهته، ولو كان هذا الخيار غامضاً بصورة تحفظ ماء وجه الشريك العربي وتخفي الالتزامات الممنوحة لـ»إسرائيل» على حساب القضية الفلسطينية، لكنها تضمن الذهاب إلى أعلى درجات التنسيق العربي «الإسرائيلي»، للتعايش مع ملف هامشي هو القضية الفلسطينية، والتفرّغ لملف رئيسي مشترك هو الصراع مع قوى محور المقاومة، وعلى رأسها إيران.

– أيّ مناقشة في السياسة لعنوان صفقة القرن توصل إلى الاستغراب، لأنها صفقة يغيب عنها الشريك المعني. وهو الشريك الفلسطيني الفاعل الذي يتحقق بوجوده منح الصفقة صفة واقعية، وبغيابه تفتقد الصفقة صفة الصفقة أصلاً، ولا يبدو في الأفق أنّ هذا الشريك سيكون سهلاً إيجاده في ظلّ الطبيعة الفاضحة في تنكّرها لأبسط الحقوق التي يجمع عليها الفلسطينيون ومعهم أغلب دول العالم. ولهذا تجب مناقشة المشروع في الاستراتيجيا، وليس في السياسة، حيث كان شرط الإشهار الأميركي لتبنّي الرؤية «الإسرائيلية» لحلّ القضية الفلسطينية، هو التخلص من قوى المقاومة وتحقيق نصر حاسم عليها، ولأجل هذا الشرط خيضت الحروب كلّها منذ العام 2000، وجرى تأجيل نقل السفارة الأميركية إلى القدس منذ أن تمّ إقراره بقانون عام 1998، والسير بعكس ما كان معمولاً به في الماضي يعني شيئاً واحداً هو العجز عن تحقيق ما كان مأمولاً به في هذا الماضي، لكن القرار بإدارة الظهر لما هو سياسي والتفرّغ لمواجهة ما هو استراتيجي، ولو بدون خريطة طريق واضحة، بل بإعلان خط الاشتباك والإضاءة عليه والتفرّغ لحشد القوى في مواجهته، فتصير لـ»صفقة القرن» صلة بالانسحاب الأميركي من التفاهم النووي مع إيران لوقوعهما في المنزلة ذاتها تحت عنوان الانتقال من السياسي إلى الاستراتيجي. ففي الحالتين، لا تملك واشنطن وتل أبيب أيّ بدائل سياسية لما يتمّ الانسحاب منه، ولا تبدو الحرب خياراً واقعياً بديلاً، ولا تبدو عروض التسوية صالحة للتداول بالشروط المعلن عنها أميركياً لكلّ من القضية الفلسطينية والملف النووي الإيراني، فقانون الصراع هو الحاكم ولو من دون خطة واضحة للتعامل مع المتغيّرات والوقائع.

– جولة جديدة من الصراع بلا أفق واضح تريدها واشنطن، ضمن معادلة إنكار الحقائق الجديدة، التي يشكّل التسليم بها وضع «إسرائيل» والسعودية على خط الانكسار الاستراتيجي، عبر التسليم الموازي باليد العليا لمحور المقاومة في معادلات المنطقة، والسعي للتسويات الواقعية والمؤقتة معه في هذا الطريق الذي بدا واضحاً خلال السنوات الأخيرة من الحرب في سورية. كما بدت عملية العودة إلى مربع الصراع الرئيسي، من موقع تسوية الخلافات بين أطراف الحلفاء، تركيا ومصر من جهة، السعودية والإمارات وقطر من جهة مقابلة، تحالف تكون «إسرائيل» في قلبه يضمّ بداية دول الخليج أملاً بأن تتسع الدائرة تدريجاً، وزيادة غير مسبوقة للعقوبات على إيران أملاً بتصدّع يصيب تماسكها وعناصر قوّتها وحيوية قدرتها على دعم قوى المقاومة. هو تموضع جديد في المنطقة، القضية الفلسطينية فيه ليست إلا العنوان، ولا وهم لدى أصحاب هذا التموضع بقدرتهم على تقديم حلّ قابل للتطبيق واقعياً، بقدر إشهار نياتهم معاً بأنّ هذه القضية لم تعُد من أولوياتهم، وأنّ وقوعها ضمن أولويات محور المقاومة يجعل الاشتباك مع دول وقوى هذا المحور هو الأولوية.

– النجاح والفشل لا يُقاسان هنا بالقدرة على تقديم حلّ قابل للحياة للقضية الفلسطينية ومناقشة هذه الفرضية، بل بالقدرة على تهميش القضية الفلسطينية من جدول أولويات المنطقة، لحساب أولوية جديدة، هي الصراع مع إيران وقوى المقاومة. والتحدّي هنا هو في سباق مع الزمن بين مَن يثبت أنّ أولويته هي الحاكمة لصراعات المنطقة، وأنّ هذه الأولوية قادرة على استدراج خصومه لحرب استنزاف لا يملكون صموداً في وجهها. السباق يبدأ على إظهار مَن هو الأقدر على فرض الاستقطاب حول أولويته في المنطقة كجدول أعمال حاكم على قواها وحكوماتها وشعوبها، ومَن يثبت أنه الأقدر على الصمود في مواجهة الاشتباك المفروض عليه، بانتظار أن يفرض أولويته هو على الآخرين، هل تصمد إيران وقوى المقاومة بوجه العزل والعقوبات والاصطفافات الجديدة والتحالفات الوليدة، حتى يصير الصراع حول فلسطين هو العنوان في المنطقة؟ وفي المقابل، هل تصمد «إسرائيل» والسعودية أمام حروب الاستنزاف حتى يصير الصراع مع إيران هو قضية المنطقة؟ هذه هي المعادلة التي يضع الاختبار حولها مشروع «صفقة القرن».

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June 9, 2018

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Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed Bin Salmen, has repeatedly met with Israeli officials during his month-long disappearance, a report said.

The Saudi prince, who is widely known as MBS, met with high-ranking Israeli officials as part of Riyadh’s latest moves to normalize Arabic ties with the Zionist entity, The New Khalij News reported Friday, citing Egyptian well-informed sources.

MBS had been absent on the public stage since the shooting incident near the royal palace at Riyadh in April 21. Earlier this week (on June 5), Saudi authorities released an image for the Saudi Crown Prince with Libyan PM Fayez al-Sarraj in Jeddah.

In the Friday report, the Egyptian sources said that MBS has been seeking to form a regional alliance aimed against Tehran.

“Steps taken by MBS in this context are excessive concessions,” The New Khalij quoted Egyptian source as saying on condition of anonymity.

As MBS assures that he will end his vision of the so-called deal of the century through pressing Palestinian sides, Jordan meanwhile, takes a stance that opposes the American vision – which agrees with MBS’ vision, Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed quoted Egyptian source as saying.

The report by Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed noted meanwhile that there have been efforts to end Jordan’s guardianship of the Islamic holy sites in Al-Quds.

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