Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.
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Strategic Council Online-Interview: A Middle East expert refers to the landing of a Zionist aircraft in the Saudi capital Riyadh concurrent with the remarks by the head of this regime who called for a visit to Saudi Arabia and Riyadh joining the reconciliation pact, adding that “there is no doubt that the Saudi officials, due to their entanglement with the United States and the Western world, have been preparing the ground for establishing relations with the Zionist regime for many years and have tried to establish the Saudi government and strengthen its foundations by gaining the consent of Zionist circles in the United States. But their concern about the reactions and the consequences has prevented this from happening”.
Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Establishment of relations between Morocco and the Zionist regime and signing of a security-military agreement between Rabat and Tel Aviv sparked anger of the Algerian government officials to the extent that political relations between the two neighboring countries were completely severed.
Hassan Hanizadeh – Expert on the Middle East affairs
Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Treacherous meeting of the foreign ministers from Egypt, Morocco, UAE, Bahrain, the U.S. and the Zionist regime in Sde Boker township in the desert area of Negev occupied territories and in a short distance from David Ben – Gurion’s final home, the founder and the first prime minister of the Zionist regime which was accompanied by an important message sent to Arab regimes by the Zionist regime, received protesting reaction from the Palestinian nation.
Hassan Haani Zadeh, Expert of the Middle East issues
Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having stated that a change has taken place in power equation of the region and is progressing on a daily basis, an analyst of the West Asian affairs said:” Although Resistance and Hezbollah have been targeted with the most severe attacks of the arrogance, yet they continue to act as a standard bearer for confrontation as well as progress and to set new equations”.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having referred to the visit of the Zionist regime president to UAE, an analyst on the Zionist regime affairs called the trip as a show off visit in an effort to present the Abraham Accord as successful, to which the Axis of Resistance should be vigilant.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the grounds for economic cooperation between Iran and the Axis of Resistance countries, especially Iraq, said: Unlike some media scene setting, there is a great potential for economic cooperation between Tehran and Baghdad, much of which have been exploited.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of West Asia affairs, explaining the new US strategy in Iraq after troop withdrawal, said: The United States seeks to change the military, security, and political arrangements in Iraq and build capacity for a possible normalization of Baghdad’s relations with the Zionist regime.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of West Asia affairs, saying that the Zionist regime’s threats against Iran are more from a position of passivity and weakness since they know that they cannot take action in this regard, added: By taking advantage of such threats and influencing the atmosphere of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) talks, they now want to prevent an agreement with Iran and giving concessions to it.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of West Asia affairs, stressing that resignation of the Lebanese minister of information will not resolve the Riyadh-Beirut issues, said: Saudi aid is a function of Riyadh’s policies in Beirut, that is to say an attempt to isolate the Hezbollah and the Axis of Resistance.
Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of Middle East affairs commented on the new initiatives of some Arab states like Saudi Arabia and UAE to improve their relations with Syria and said:” what is obvious is that all such initiatives and statements represent that Syrian government is now in a strong position different from the past; in the other words such actions and reactions show that today Syria is, from the stability and security points of view, in the state of in-vulnerability.
Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of Middle East affairs commented on measures taken by some Arab states of Persian Gulf towards Bashar Assad government during recent years and stated:” Since 2011 when the Syrian crisis started, countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, and Bahrain tried in coordination to strengthen terrorist group-lets and thus topple Bashar Assad government”.
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.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: “The main goal of Saudi Arabia and its allies is to put pressure on the resistance in Lebanon,” said a university professor, noting that Saudi Arabia’s interests in the current situation revolve around chaos and insecurity in Lebanon and the fragility of the government.
Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Governments, as key players in the international system, seek to survive, achieve security, and or secure interests and accumulate power. In the chaotic environment of the international system, in terms of threats, conflicts, or in order to secure interests and influence, states unite, line up, and form a coalition “with” or “against” other states.
Abed Akbari-Expert of international issues
Strategic Council Online – Opinion: On October 14, a group of Lebanese people, invited by the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Amal movement, gathered in front of the Lebanese Ministry of Justice, between Ain al-Rummaneh and Tayouneh areas, to protest the political process of investigation into the Beirut bombing, especially the performance of the judge investigating the incident, Mr. Tariq Bitar. The demonstrators were shot by the assailants affiliated to the Lebanese Forces led by Samir Geagea, “one of the parties to the Lebanese civil war and one of the present allies in the Western-Arab axis,” was witnessed which led to the killing and wounding of many protesters.
Hossein Ajorloo – expert on Middle East affairs
Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asia affairs said that the Zionist regime is confined within internal economic challenges, social behaviors based on anonymity, lack of history, culture and social confusion, adding: The real data about the Zionist regime show that the arguments about the collapse of the regime are not based solely on analysis, but on a fact that is revealed by real statistics and numbers.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: A professor of the College of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Tehran says the presence of the US in Syria has not been taken place with the request of the Syrian government and does not aim at providing aid for the people of Syria but it is a bullying presence which is in violation of the Charter of the United Nations and the international law.
Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs, regarding the Biden administration’s view on the Syrian issue said: With the transfer of power from Republicans to Democrats, many analysts in the West Asian region have expressed optimism that the Syrian issue will be resolved through multilateral talks with actors involved in the crisis. In explaining the reasons for that, they have pointed to factors such as lack of priority of Syria for the United States, Biden’s announced policies focusing on East Asia and strategic competition with China and Russia, and the financial and military cost of the West Asian crisis for the United States.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An analyst of Iraq issues says the Hashd al-Shabi march marked the celebration of the admission of this force as an independent force in future, adding that the United States has reached the conclusion that Hashd al-Shabi will be an inseparable force of Iraq military in future and that’s why their approach has changed from dissolving Hashd al-Shabi to changing its nature.