The politics of the Arab world will have a different face than in this century. In the past, the politics of the Arab world were based on religious alliances, which ruled out any agreement that was contrary to Islam. But over the last 40 years of the last century and early this century Arab politics have played a role in world diplomacy.
Saudi Arabia, home to most of the Islamic world, has trade and political ties with the West, especially the United States, and shares economic interests. Saudi oil has a market in the United States, while Saudi Arabia receives military support, weapons and general security.Saudi Arabia and the United States, which has changed the course of Middle Eastern politics, now seem to be the time for the Arabs to have unconditional relations with the West in pursuit of their own interests.
The relationship between the Arabs and Israel also took on a new dimension, which was stronger than iron. The Arabs and Israel have been at loggerheads over the Palestinian issue, which the Arab states see as Israel’s deliberate occupation of the Palestinian people.
At the same time, there were many wars over the Palestinian issue. Today the Arab states are splitting up with Israel and many Arab states want to enter into diplomatic agreements, and some have already normalized with Isreal.
The US president, who is spearheading a new understanding between the Arab states and Israel, is ready any rapprochement between Israel and the Gulf nations. With healthy eyes, these agreements can lead to greater openness and political security in the region.
In a White House ceremony aimed at showcasing presidential statesmanship, Trump will host more than 700 guests Tuesday on the South Lawn to witness the sealing of the agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Trump and his allies hope the occasion will burnish Trump’s credentials as a peacemaker at the height of his reelection campaign.
Meanwhile, the Arab League still warns of Israel’s destruction of the West Bank. UN Secretary-General In April, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres stressed the organization’s reaction to Israel’s intended annexation of settlements or any part of the occupied West Bank.In a letter to Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Abou El-Gheit, Guterres said that the door will close on Israeli-Palestinian negotiations should Israel continue its plans to annex Palestinian lands.
Guterres also noted that the Israel move could eradicate the likelihood of a two state solution.Meanwhile, the Middle East will not witness real stability or security without a two-state solution in Palestine, says Arab League Secretary-General
“I disagree with a lot of what is being said about the existence of crises in the region that are superior to the Palestinian Cause,” Abo El-Gheit said, “These crises are the result of a difficult decade that has torn the region. ”
The latest developments regarding the Arab-Israel conflict will not affect Arab consensus on the Palestinian Cause, Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Abo El-Gheit said, on Monday.
However, the Arab states are entering a new political climate despite the ongoing conflicts in the region such as the war in Yemen, the tense political situation between Qatar and the Gulf states. It is also a source of tension between Egypt and Ethiopia over the Nile dispute. All of these issues highlight increasingly difficult opportunities and situations in the region.