Tag: Egypt

Clashes in Al-Aqsa Mosque, Zionist Regime’s Concern over New Intifada

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Zionist regime affairs stated that the Tel Aviv’s political apparatus seeks to change the identity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, but because it is afraid of its consequences, it tries not to claim responsibility for his actions, adding: After Al-Aqsa Mosque clashes, the Zionist regime is concerned about a new Intifada and is trying to prevent its occurrence.

Vague Perspective of Holding Libyan Parliamentary Election

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of the African issues elaborated the reasons of postponement of Libyan parliamentary election of December 24, 2021 and said:” in this connection, two main reasons could be mentioned; first, the lack of necessary preparations to hold the election and second, lack of enough effort to hold the election by those who were responsible, particularly, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh himself, the then Prime Minister, and as the person in charge of holding election.

Roots of Shift in Turkish Government’s Regional Approach

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The outbreak of the so-called Arab Spring was an opportunity for Turkey to present itself prominently in the Middle East for the first time since the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
Fatemeh Nekoolal Azad – Expert on international affairs

Strategic Consequences of the U.S. & the West Sanctions against Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of Technology Studies Institute affiliated to the Presidency stated that after of imposition of extensive sanctions against Russia, the gap already existed between the East and the West will be further widened and international cooperation will be weakened. He said:” although the Russian economy will be weakened, but after the imposition of such a broad range of sanctions, the West will practically drive Russia closer to China. From this point of view and at strategic level, the recent developments have also been proceeded to the detriment of the U.S. and the West”.

New Era of Turkey’s Middle East Policy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Turkey affairs referring to the Saudi Arabia and Turkey relations that are moving closer after years of coldness and the fact that Ankara seeks to reduce its foreign policy concerns to zero and get out of its economic challenges said: A new era in Turkey’s Middle East policy has begun after a decade of tension and conflict. In the meantime, the nature and level of the return of Riyadh-Ankara relations to the former deep economic and political cooperation is very important for Erdogan.

Perspective; Turkey & Saudi Arabia Relations

Strategic Council Online- Interview: Having stated that Ankara needs to organize its economy through changing her regional inclination as well as to convergence with those countries it has had political challenges, an analyst on Turkey affaires said:” it seems that Turkey and Saudi Arabia can take steps towards sorting out some of their differences of opinion”.

Behind the Scenes of Egypt-Zionist Regime Negotiations to Amend Camp David Accords

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of the Zionist regime’s affairs, saying that Egypt has sought to update the Camp David Accords in order not to fall behind the normalization of relations with the Zionist regime, noted: It is also good for the Israeli regime to have a more open hand in Sinai Peninsula with a new agreement.

Transformation in Policies of Certain Arab States towards Syria

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the telephone contact of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of Abu Dhabi and King Abdullah II of Jordan with Syrian President Bashar Assad and the new strategy of the Arab countries towards Damascus, said: The failure in military strategies in Syria and the strong role of the Axis of Resistance and the Russians in that country have caused a profound transformation in the policies of Arab countries, including the UAE, Jordan and even Saudi Arabia, towards Syria.

Reasons and Consequences of Arab States’ Normalization of Ties with Syria

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Contacts and talks of high-ranking officials of some Arab countries with the Syrian government have increased in recent weeks. The tendency of Arab countries to resume diplomatic relations with Damascus is one of the important “milestones” in the political developments in Syria, which can provide valuable opportunities for that country to strengthen its international position “rebuild” and rehabilitate its economy and foreign trade.
Hamid Khoshayand – Researcher on regional affairs

Prospects of Zionist Regime’s Membership in African Union, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Africa affairs, saying that if the scenario of Zionist regime’s membership in the African Union succeeds, African countries will be divided on international issues, noted: Given the positions of some countries and their criticisms, this membership will not be easily achieved and does not seem likely.

Turkey’s Relations with Arab States, Its Regional Effects

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Ten years since the effects of the Arab Spring on the countries of the region, it seems that this time a different spring weather condition has begun to prevail among countries of the Arab world and Turkey.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Strategic Targets behind Transferring US Military Bases from Qatar to Jordan

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, referring to the transfer of US military bases from Qatar to Jordan, said: With regard to some of Jordan’s geopolitical characteristics, the country can implement the type of the order considered by the US in the region, while given Jordan’s political approach and geopolitical position, the country will be of particular importance in that new White House strategy.

Behind the Scene of Recent Political Developments in Tunisia; Contrast between Secularism and Islamism

Strategic Council Online – An expert of Africa affairs commenting on the recent situation in Tunisia as the origin of countries where the Arab Spring took place and some dissatisfaction emerged from the people said: The recent protests in Tunisia are due to dissatisfaction of people and some political officials with the decisions of the Tunisian president who removed the prime minister and suspended the parliament in an unforeseen move.

Causes and Grounds for Political Crisis in Tunisia, Its Prospects

Strategic Council Online – An expert on Africa affairs, explaining the causes and grounds for the recent public protests and political developments in Tunisia, said: On the one hand, the people of that country are disappointed with the management and efficiency of the parties, and on the other hand, there are concerns about the return of the dictatorship.

Dimensions, Perspective of Jordan, Iraq and Egypt Cooperation in “New Levant” Plan

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.

Objectives, Consequences of Establishing Zionist Regime Embassy in UAE

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.

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.