[size=36]Aboul Gheit attacks the Arab Spring revolutions: has caused terrible effects on Iraqi cities[/size]
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, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, attacked today, Sunday, the Arab Spring revolutions, while stressing that they have caused terrible effects on Iraqi cities, and bear responsibility for the deaths of half a million Syrians, and the displacement of about 10 million others at home and abroad.
Aboul Gheit said, during the session "The current challenges to international peace and security" at the "World Youth Forum" held in Sharm El Sheikh, "What happened in 2011 cannot be called an Arab Spring, because these events caused the death of about 500 thousand Syrians, and was expelled from 4 To 5 million Syrians from their country, and 6 million others internally displaced, the demolition of a country like Libya, as well as terrible effects on Iraqi, Syrian and Libyan cities, and the return of cholera and polio to Yemen! "
He added, "Unfortunately, the Palestinian issue has been lost, and it is possible that the international community will pay a high price as a result of the settlement of this issue ... and the Middle East region has suffered a severe blow during the invasion of Iraq from the United States in 2003, and the events that followed the invasion beginning in 2011 shook the Arab region, And it negatively affected the national state in many countries. "
He continued: "Many Arab countries have either descended or are threatened with ruin, which led to opening the appetites of neighboring countries, and other terrorist streams (Islamists) to fill the void resulting from the absence of the national state ... And we saw a country like Iran, and the neighbors of the Arab region, have opened their appetite for meat. Al-Arabi, Turkey and Iran, and unfortunately some of the neighbors that overlook the river, decided in the midst of this situation to withhold water from their partners and neighbors.
He added, "Israel struck the wall of the Palestinian settlement as a result of the vacuum that occurred in the Arab national state ... and I see that there is a necessity in rebuilding the national state, and Arab reunification, provided that the neighbors stop exploiting the Arab absence."
And he added: "The process of arming artificial intelligence represents a dangerous dimension to international peace and security, and a revolution that will remain with humanity for centuries to come, turning it into a weapon instead of serving humanity."
Aboul Gheit added: "The additional danger facing us is nuclear proliferation. When the NPT was signed, there were only five nuclear states. Today, there are nine nuclear states, and there is continuous talk about a country in West Asia seeking to possess a military nuclear capability, which is Iran. .. And surprisingly, there is a country in the West Atlantic, which is Turkey, whose president talks about the possibility of entering this field.
The Secretary of the Arab League concluded: "He is asked about that western world, because he who protected a country like Israel and concealed its nuclear capability to the point that there are other countries that are coving to possessing them ... If this development happened in the nuclear field from Iran and Turkey, I confirm that the countries The Arab will seek to obtain this ability, although it has no value, and it is nothing but a hollow threat. "Ended 6/29 n