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    Iraqi analysis: The Palestinian issue is heading towards a settlement with difficult choices: Jerusa

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    Post by Rocky Sat 14 Oct 2023, 3:58 am

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    [size=52]Iraqi analysis: The Palestinian issue is heading towards a settlement with difficult choices: Jerusalem or Mecca[/size]

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    2023-10-13
    The security and strategic expert, Ahmed Al-Sharifi, said today, Friday, that the Palestinian issue now stands between “liquidation and settlement,” and while he explained that the data indicate a move towards a settlement to resolve the conflict, he indicated that the region is in the stage of difficult choices.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sharifi said in an interview, “The popular movement and demonstrations are a pressure factor at the diplomatic level, given the presence of negotiations, and the more the negotiator is supported by popular bases and popular support, the stronger he will be in managing the negotiations.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will be the strongest negotiator, because it is the sponsor of the comprehensive peace project and has presented an initiative for a two-state solution.”[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, “Expectations indicated the possibility of fragmentation of operations against Israel, through the participation of Hezbollah and the opening of another front in Syria, but it seems that everyone is working according to the principle of restraint and containing the crisis.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, “The parties concerned with containing the crisis will be Iran as the leader of the axis of resistance and resistance and its influence in Lebanon, Egypt concerned with the Sinai issue and the Rafah crossing, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as the Islamic and Arab authority.”[/size]
    [size=45]Between liquidation and settlement[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sharifi pointed out that “the Palestinian issue now stands between liquidation and settlement. Either the Palestinian issue will be completely liquidated and will be in favor of Israel and the rights of the Palestinians will be lost, or there will be a settlement led by the Arab countries, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to extract rights.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated, “All options tend towards settlement in light of an international trend to resolve the conflict,” stressing that “settlement is not a defeat for the Arabs or Muslims, but rather because there is a defect in the value system, specifically the Islamic one, represented by the Sunni-Shiite division, as a result of the imbalance caused by the emergence of Al-Qaeda and then ISIS.” .[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, “The Sunni-Shiite division and conflict neutralized the Palestinian issue and turned the compass of the Arab-Israeli conflict into a conflict of sects, which weakened the will for confrontation and clash, so the region faces difficult choices.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sharifi explained these options by saying: “When Egypt is between the choice of the state and the army, and an area of ​​Sinai, the best solution may be to give up an area of ​​Sinai, but while ensuring that the Egyptian state remains not divided within the new Middle East project, and the Egyptian army is not torn apart as a guarantor.” For regional security, not for Egypt’s security.”[/size]
    [size=45]Between Jerusalem and Mecca[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sharifi continued, “As for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, it is in a choice between Jerusalem and Mecca, and any imbalance and disturbance that occurs in Mecca will disrupt the Hajj, which is one of the pillars of Islam, and this means that the Islamic majority will be lost. As for Iran, it represents the Shiites, who are a minority compared to the Sunnis, so we are in a stage.” “It’s called hard choices.”[/size]
    [size=45]At the conclusion of his speech, Al-Sharifi stressed that “the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is continuing to manage matters in a way that ensures the rights of the Palestinians are taken away, and to conduct a process that restores calm to the region, to achieve security and comprehensive peace regionally.”[/size]
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