Saudi-Egyptian-Jordanian axis in service of the Zionist solution (Part 2 of 2)Diplomacy to disarm resistance [Archives:2006/971/Opinion]

August 10 2006

Mohammed Abdulhakim Diyab
The first level of the plan undertaken by the Zionist military establishment, assisted by the latest American-made war arsenal and supported by Zion-Arab system which possesses influence and control over Arab decisions. The second level is carried out through the role entrusted with Saudi-Egyptian-Jordanian axis and its employment as a bridge for the military and political effort of the Zion-Arab axis to pass on, similar to what happened with Iraq. The third level is the revival of the checkbook diplomacy in which Saudi Arabia was experienced at the stage of transferring the region from the state of nationalism to the Saudi isolationist sectarian state, in the form of financial bribes facilitating the required inroads. Then began the arms deal with France at a cost of about $4 billion with the aim of attracting France towards Saudi Arabia so that they leave the Lebanese affair in the hands of the Zionists and the Americans. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia deposited a credit of $1 billion to the Lebanese government. We are not against supporting Lebanon as a government and people, but this financial support is not innocent and it is meant to place the Lebanese government in confrontation with the resistance, consolidation of occupation and disarming the Hezbollah. This is tantamount to complete national and religious crime. For the same goal the Saudi government put an asset of $250 million for the Palestinian authority to isolate the Palestinian resistance from its Lebanese sister and deal a blow to possibilities of their cooperation. The fourth level is the pumping of new bloods into the Zionist legitimacy, the current expression of the international legitimacy in a manner that the Rome conference to be the basis of this continuation in a bid to overcome possibilities of real Arabisation or internationalization. The aim is also to impose a Zionist version of international legitimacy so that the situations follow a course in favor of occupation, colonization, racism and expansion of the Zion-Arabs sphere of influence that play a decisive role of the Judaization of the official Arab stance. The check-book diplomacy also aims at supporting the Future Current and employs the 14 March current for the task it has been established for and bet on the return of the civil war in favor of chaos.

By going back to Egypt we find that the Egyptians are no longer satisfied with denunciation and condemnation and staging demonstrations. Operation rooms are established all over the country along with a state of general alert aimed to overcome security oppression that prevents them from offering financial and in kind support to the Lebanese, Palestinian and Iraqi resistance. Those who visit Cairo at this time will find it is on its way to regain its popular and Arab national role. Arab popular and national delegations visit it and meetings were held for various professional unions and federations and also representatives for the National Arab conference, mainly its secretary-general Khalid Al-Sufyani, and representatives for the National Islamic conference and the conference of Arab parties. Those organizations, conferences and federations considered themselves in a state of continuous session in response to any support required.

If that has restored Cairo to some significant role, it has also exposed a setback because of the spineless official stance. If Hosni Mubarak and his son continue in facing the current angry population it is expected that this will not pass in peace. Mubarak has seemed confused in his latest stances and behavior and statements, reaching the point of blaming the American administration for placing Saudi Arabia at the head of the Arab axis of defeatism. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice did not visit Mubarak and did not include him in the program of her contacts, and Washington did not accept to receive his foreign minister as it did with Saud al-Faisal the Saudi Foreign Minister and therefore he described what America is doing in the region as destructive chaos. We consider this language as part of the Egyptian official address.

The continuation of fighting between the Lebanese resistance and the Zionist enemy and a Palestinian participation as well as an Arab popular depth has for the first time achieved a kind of strategic deterrence. This time the deterrence made by the people and that has made future of the Zionist entity questionable. This heralds that what is going on ushers the beginning of the countdown for disappearance of racist colonialist entities, as the racist entity of South Africa had disappeared. The situation has also put the future of Arab rulers at risk. It is expected that this will increase the rate of work for bringing nearer the day of liberation and return and it will develop the relationship among the Arab forces of resistance to expand the front of confrontation and increase instigation against the Arab official system that proved its inability to. This view is what we perceive in Egypt where Hosni Mubarak is under pressure of forces demanding him to sever the diplomatic relations with the Zionist state and expel its ambassador from Cairo and freezing the work in the Camp David treaty. There is nothing that Mubarak can offer and the people put no wager on anything hoped for from him. Finally, the Saudi-Egyptian-Jordanian axis and its extensions are proposed to impose the Zionist solution, preparation, financing and participation, and they have their previous achievements in this regard. Nevertheless, the possibility of that is weak. The confrontation has overstepped its third week and the resistance is still keeping its superiority and capability of dealing painful blows. This war, though started by the Zionist state, is expected to develop into a direct American war and this is the greater challenge for the Arab nation and the Islamic world.

Mohammed Abdulhakim Diyab is a writer and political analysts from Egypt. He is a prominent member of the Arab National Congress.