Strategic Council Online – A researcher on Iraq affairs saying that Iraq, Egypt, and Jordan have strong economic incentives for trilateral cooperation within the framework of the “New Levant” plan, pointed to the challenges facing the cooperation of the three countries and noted: If the effectiveness of the agreement becomes clear to Iraq, there is the possibility that the cooperation may be extended to other political, security and military fields.
Tag: Zionist regime
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the Zionist regime has been pursuing military and security goals in the Persian Gulf since the day it normalized relations with the UAE, Bahrain and Sudan, adding: The regime wants to be part of the region but public opinion in the region opposes it and does not accept it.
Strategic Council Online- Once again and coincided with the Vienna talks in which parties are approaching an agreement on Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action widely known as JCPOA revival, authorities of the Zionist regime have started to raise impediments on its way and make JCPOA revival difficult or impossible.
Hassan Haani-Zadeh, Middle-East Analyst
The adventurisms of the new government of Zionist regime and the right to response by the resistance axis
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An analyst of Western Asia affairs says even though the new government of the Zionist regime has been formed out of a coalition of rightist, leftist and moderate parties, one may witness more radical moves in order to create stronger unity among them, adding that Israel did not expect a resolute missile response from resistance groups in the 12-day war and under such circumstances, it would not be easy for the Zionist regime to attack Gaza once again.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on Zionist regime’s affairs, stating that it is not clear if the new coalition government in the Zionist regime can last up to about six months and that it has a low degree of resilience, said: The Netanyahu-Bin Zayed-Bin Salman bloc has practically disintegrated, and it looks like we will have a weaker Israel in the regional equation.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of West Asia affairs referred to the 12-day war of the Zionist army against the people of Gaza and said even though the war on Gaza finished with the victory of the Palestinian resistance, many financial damages were inflicted on the infrastructure of this region.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on US affairs, commenting on the role of the United States in supporting the Zionist regime and the differences between the policies of the White House in the Republican administration and the Democrats said: Despite the differences in the policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden towards Tel Aviv, the Democratic administration remains committed to supporting Israel in the field of security; that is why Biden’s administration, despite differences with the Zionist regime in other areas, continues to define Israel’s security as a central principle in the area of military and financial support for itself.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asian affairs referring to the intensification of foreign interference in Lebanon and the problems of the country’s political structure in preparing the grounds for forming a government, said: It seems that some parties are either seeking to engage Lebanon in civil war or leave the country in a vacuum so that the people stop supporting the Resistance.
Strategic Council Online-An expert of West Asia said:” When the front page of New York Times is covered with the infant martyrs of Palestine, it shows that a new approach is being formed in the world public opinion”. He said:” The formation of a new common global paradigm against the invasion and unprecedented violence committed by the fake Zionist regime towards the oppressed and defenseless nation of Palestine, is one the achievements of the recent war in Gaza.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of West Asia affairs says public uprisings in the region are a backup and complementary for more legitimacy for the resistance axis, adding that in the recent Gaza war “we witnessed the formation of a serious uprising among the nations of the region and was an emphasis on the point that normalization of relations with the Zionist regime has not had any impact on the knowledge and demands of nations.”
Strategic Council Online – Netanyahu’s ouster should be seen as an important “turning point” in the developments of recent years in the occupied territories. During the past 12 years, Netanyahu made great efforts to advance anti-Palestinian plans. He is stepping down despite the fact that, contrary to his criminal objectives and actions, Palestine and the resistance groups not only have not been weakened but have achieved important dimensions of power and strategic balance in the occupied territories. At the end of Netanyahu’s 12-year presidency, the “myth of Israel’s invincibility” was shattered.
Hamid Khoshayand – international affairs analyst
Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Zionist regime’s affairs said that with Netanyahu stepping down from power, we will be witness to a new era in Israel, adding: The nature of this regime is based on occupation and terror, and the doing trips will only affect its severity. The decline of this power is also due to the approach and weakness of the prime minister, and certainly the intensity of occupation and terrorism was at its peak during Netanyahu era.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs referred to the increase in pressures to oust Netanyahu from power as one of the most important strategic defeats for the Zionist regime in the Gaza war and said: Many Arab and Islamic governments and organizations, with their inaction and indifference, were among those who were ashamed in that scene and should thus stand by the Zionist regime.
Strategic Council Online – In recent weeks, the Turkish government, in the shadow of media silence, has been shaping certain frameworks in its foreign relations with some countries and players in the region, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the Zionist regime which could be analyzed and evaluated with such indicators as “pragmatic rotation”, “balancing” or “foreign policy reform”; until recently, Ankara had more or less escalated tensions with those countries and players, and even went as far as political and security conflicts.
Hamid Khoshayand – international affairs analyst
International Investigation into Human Rights Violations in Gaza War; Political Blow on Zionist Regime
Strategic Council Online – An international law professor considered adoption of a draft resolution in the Human Rights Council to pursue crimes of the Zionist regime in the recent Gaza war as a positive step and stressed: Pro-Palestinian countries should pay attention to the correct arrangement of Gaza Reporting Committee members and should make the public opinion of the world sensitive to the election of its members so that the Zionist regime would not achieve its targets in presenting a neutral report.
Strategic Council Online- Zionist regime could not stand longer than 12 days against the Axis of Resistance and Islamic Jihad in Gaza. Netanyahu who was dreaming of victory in the Gaza war and was trying to shorten the process to attain victory through prolongation of the war, had to accept a ceasefire due to the resistance of Palestinian groups. It is a major victory for the axis of resistance to the real sense of the word.
Barsam Mohammadi, International political analyst
Strategic Council Online – Coinciding with May this year, Turkey began to make positive steps regarding the restoration of diplomatic ties with Egypt, and according to political observers, constructive meetings took place between the two sides for two days.
Dr. Qadir Golkarian – faculty member, Near East University of Cyprus
Strategic Council Online-Having answered this question that whether the Palestinian resistance could have secured the legitimate rights of Palestinians? An expert of Palestine reviewed the rights and said: “Legitimate rights of Palestinians cover three areas; first and foremost, the land that has been usurped from them. Secondly, the identity that has been stolen from them. And thirdly, the government that they were deprived from.
Strategic Council Online – While the conflict between Hamas and the Zionist regime continued for days and more than 200 people of Gaza were martyred under the bombing of the Israeli army, the United Nations acted passively under the pressure of the United States. For the third time, the United States blocked the issuance of a joint UN Security Council statement on May 17; a statement which was prepared by China, Tunisia, and Norway on the ceasefire and the violation of international standards by Israel in the recent crisis.
Hassan Ashrafi – Researcher on international relations
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the US strategy as a ‘democratization project’ to ensure the interests of the citizens of countries is nothing more than a sheer lie, adding: The issue of democracy and the rights of Palestinian citizens who are the main owners of their Occupied Territories has been completely forgotten for the right to self-determination.