Sabtain Ahmed Dar |
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump put forth a new solution to bring about peace for the state of Israel, which is known as “The Deal of the Century”. The responsibility of implementation of this project was handed over to Trump’s son-in-law and special adviser Jared Kushner. But what exactly ‘Deal of the Century’ is?
The soul of ‘Israel’s Strategy’ is based on deceptive geo-political developments compartmentalized on a long span of time with other Middle-eastern countries. Why? Because Israel’s threat perception clearly suggests that they cannot aggressively confront with all the Muslim states surrounding its territory.
Will Palestine be a Palestine without Holy-land? As a result of this Zionist-led new project Jordan will be completely eliminated and in place of Jordan, a new fake Palestinian state will be created.
Thus in order for her survival as a small state, it is essential for Israel to use the cover of ‘Self-defense’ and behind the curtain use subversion to influence and control her surrounding Middle-eastern states through her power Lobby sitting in the US and European Union.
Trump’s Deal of the Century
The deal of the century is a Trump’s proposal to resolve Israel-Palestine conflict through a multi-layered political-economic and security strategy to engage the Muslim world in the Middle-east. US officials claim that they want to create huge trade zones in the Arab region, aimed at eliminating the poverty of the United Arab Allies in the region and bring about security and political stability in the region.
Under this project, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, and Israel will find a new economic, security, and political situation and all will reap the fruits of this project. For example, according to the project, Egypt will be benefiting at least $100 billion annually; Jordan $40 billion a year, and Palestine will benefit $20 billion annually.
Egypt is currently in need of $7 billion to $8 billion to overcome its problems, Jordan is seeking $2 billion in order to manage its balance of payments, and the annual costs of Palestinians do not exceed two or three billion dollars. On this basis, American officials are hopeful that these countries of the region will agree on this project.
The United States has planned to invest $2 trillion collectively with others on this project and in this regard, it is expected to provide the required financial resources from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. In the past two years, the United States has tried hard through Jared Kushner to convince Middle-eastern countries to accept this project, but so far they have failed to convince everyone as the President of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas remarked that this deal is ‘the Slap of the Century’.
The master plan by Israel’s Lobby is to control both the parties, Muslim countries (the main party) and the Militants (the opposition).
Recent gestures from Saudi Arabia are also suggesting that their officials to some extent are not ready to invest this huge amount of money on this project as the amount is 50 percent of the total Saudi reserves.
Apparently Egyptian and Jordanian officials were also not hopeful from the promises given to them through this project. As a result of this Israel played a three-dimensional chess game and gave a sign to Egypt of her withdrawal from Sanafir and Tiran islands, simultaneously gave permission to Saudi Arabia to buy these islands from Egypt in order to convince KSA and Egypt to join this project.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi with suspicion has announced to support the United States for this project, whereas it has been confirmed that Saudi Arabia will provide $100 billion to Egypt in return, but far so far there is no payment to Egypt. That is why the Egyptian authorities showed a cold response on the recent visit of Jared Kushner, and the Egyptian Foreign Minister said that he was not ready to sacrifice Palestine under the US plan.
Israel Lobby’s Master Plan
The other side of this coin ‘the Deal of the Century’ is an Israel Lobby’s master plan to exclude Palestine from Holy-land. Will Palestine be a Palestine without Holy-land? As a result of this Zionist-led new project Jordan will be completely eliminated and in place of Jordan, a new fake Palestinian state will be created.
Current complex scenario and evidence show that the countries who are invited to join the project, although they do not have enough authority, they still did not welcome the project well.
Similarly, a large part of the Desert Sinai will be separated from Egypt and will be divided between fake Palestine and Israel as a result of this project. Finally, a joint security organization will be formed between Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Palestine aimed at waging war against so-called radical Islamic militants with help of US-led coalition– which is in reality, a Zionist military arm in the Middle-east.
In order to complete this project, Israel needs a new wave of total anarchy in the surrounding Muslim countries. The master plan by Israel’s Lobby is to control both the parties, Muslim countries (the main party) and the Militants (the opposition).
Which means it is an attempt to control the established Muslim governments through the bait of multi-billion projects and behind the curtain support and arm the militants against the same Muslim regimes based on ethno-sectarian ideologies. A total anarchic master plan based on subversion is a next unit to complete the greater Israel project. But the question is whether Israel Lobby with the US will become successful in this grand plan?
Current complex scenario and evidence show that the countries who are invited to join the project, although they do not have enough authority, they still did not welcome the project well. Recently, a statement issued by the “Jamaat-ul-Islami Saudi Arabia” condemned the visit of Israel’s PM Netanyahu to Oman and the visit of Israeli sports Minister to UAE.
However, Israel lobby is now even approaching and engaging those Middle-eastern states which are not a significant part of this project– those states are Oman, United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain. The purpose of this engagement is to convince these states to become part of this so-called new peace plan.
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Sabtain Ahmed Dar is pursuing his M.Phil. in International Relations from the Department of Political Science, Punjab University, Pakistan. He specializes in Pakistan affairs and geopolitics, specifically the US strategy in the Middle East and South Asia. He has written a thesis titled: “The Clash of Islam and Zionism: The Final Clash before the End of History”. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. The views expressed in this article are author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Global Village Space.