Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Turkish affairs says growing relations between Turkey and Lebanon in political and economic fronts and other areas of mutual interest would pave the way for more role-playing even limited by Turkey in the political scene of Lebanon.
Tag: Zionist regime
Strategic Council Online – An expert on Middle East affairs said: Ceremonies commemorating the martyrdom anniversary of Sardar Soleimani in different countries showed that he was an anti-colonial hero who responded to the expectations of Muslim nations and even non-Muslim nations and filled in the gap that existed in the Islamic world, not only for today, but as a living phenomenon for the years to come.
Normalization of Morocco’s Relations with Zionist Regime; Turning Israel into a Security Threat to Algeria
Strategic Council Online – Morocco is the last country that has taken measures for normalization of relations with the Zionist regime. This country, along with Egypt, Jordan, the UAE, Bahrain and Sudan, is the sixth country in the Arab world that establishes diplomatic relations with Israel. In return for the normalization of relations, Morocco received recognition of possession of Western Sahara.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Expert on international affairs
Strategic Council Online – Note: Iran and Turkey are the two important countries in the West Asia region and inheritors of great empires and historical hegemony that have always been in “competition and cooperation” with each other. Although the two countries have different and sometimes competitive roles and effects in the region and disagree on various issues, those differences have never meant ignoring and overshadowing the many common interests in bilateral relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – International Affairs Analyst
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that a big part of the tourist travels of the Zionists to the United Arab Emirates, as well as holding Jewish festivities in Abu Dhabi, are a covering for espionage activities, adding: The Emiratis, by resorting to such measures, are trying to make the discussion over disclosure of their relations with the Zionist regime look normal at social levels.
Identifying the reasons and outcome of showcase of movements by the United States in the Persian Gulf
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of American studies says Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime are the two main players behind the recent activities of the United States in the Persian Gulf.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The Islamic Republic of Iran has common interests, history and geography with its neighbors and does not want them to be harmed. Instead, Iran expects neighboring countries to have the same view towards Tehran.
Strategic Council Online – A professor of international relations said that the “Resistance Discourse has now become the dominant discourse in the West Asian region and is strengthening day by day; This should be considered the intellectual and attitudinal influence of General Haj Qassem Soleimani in West Asia.
Strategic Council Online – An analyst of the Zionist regime affairs called the UAE cooperation with Israel in the field of technology a threat to Iran and said: The Israelis are investing heavily in the UAE in at least a few areas, most of which are targeted and approached against Iran.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said that the exchange of the roles and transfer of power from the Likud Party to the Blue and White Party seems to be certain due to the changes that have taken place in the White House.
Online Strategic Council—Interview: An expert of West Asia affairs says the link between the elements of “belief” and “the management Style of Soleimani” who had pinned his trust in God resulted in the defeat of Daesh.
Impediments to the official normalization of the relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia
Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Official normalization of relations between some Arab governments and the Zionist regime is an act of treason in the Muslim world; the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco are the pioneers of this hated policy and should shoulder the responsibilities of such normalization. The process of normalization and publicization of relations with the Zionist regime was not a stab from the back but a blade from the front on the body of Palestine—something that will not definitely remain unanswered by the public opinion of the Arab countries and Muslim world as well as the Palestinian resistance groups. According to a public opinion poll conducted by the Arabic Center of Political Research and Studies, based in Doha, 92 percent of the surveyed public opinion in the Arab world consider the Zionist regime as a threat to the security and peace of the region.
Hamid Khoshayand—International issues analyst
Assassination of more than 500 Muslim and Arab nuclear scientists and elite scholars by the Zionist regime
Strategic Council Online—Editorial: It has been reported that Mossad terrorists have assassinated more than 500 Muslim and Arab nuclear scientists and elite scholars in the past decades in view of the absolute silence of the authorities of the Zionist regime.
Hassan Hanizdeh, expert of Middle East issues
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: Given Iran’s goodwill towards Qatar, normalization of relations between Riyadh and Doha is not considered as being in line with dealing blows on Iran’s national interests. But, Qatar should be careful not to fall into the trap of Saudi conspiracy against Iran, in which case it will be harmed.
Strategic Council Online – An analyst of West Asia affairs said that Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are concerned about their internal situation and their governments without popular support and noted that Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, due to their performance in the area of human rights, may have problems with the Democrats in the United States and this has caused concern for the two governments.
Strategic Council Online – Politics and power in the United States, due to their decentralized and distributive political structure, are influenced by the presence and activity of two groups of “formal” and “informal” actors. Formal actors are influential in the “decision-making” and executive stages, and informal actors are influential in the critical “decision-making” stage. Simply put, the United States is a place for showoff and display of various informal actors who are always trying to play an effective role in the political, economic, security, etc. arenas of the United States by considering their own interests. For example, when it is said that the president in the United States is the representative of oil and arms cartels, etc., it is not an exaggeration and refers to a phenomenon that has a long and lasting history in this country.
Hamid Khoshayand – International Affairs Analyst
Strategic Council Online – An expert on Saudi Arabia said that reducing tensions is the concurrent desire of the three countries of Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, said: The Saudi concern over the return of the United States to the Iran Nuclear Agreement (also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and boosting Iran’s economic strength have prompted Riyadh to minimize tensions with the Arab and Sunni fronts before Trump leaves the White House and Biden takes over in order to confront Iran with a new lineup. But the important point in this regard is the vigilance of Qatar. In other words, Doha should be careful not to be caught by the Saudi conspiracy against Iran, which was beside Qatar during the difficult years of sanctions.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said that Saudi officials are concerned about the implementation of policies that would change the course of developments in the region to their detriment during the Biden era and expose the current precarious position of Riyadh in the region to further losses and shortcomings.
Strategic Council Online – Foreign players are making attempts for the formation of Saad Hariri’s government before US President Donald Trump leaves the White House so that the new Lebanese cabinet would be in their favor, said a university professor, adding: But it seems that if the interests of Hezbollah and its allies are ignored in the formation of the government, the Lebanese cabinet will not be formed within the next two to three months.