Peace be upon the palm of the goblin

Peace be upon the palm of the goblin
Peace be upon the palm of the goblin
Dr.. Mohamed Dabasha
Member of the Egyptian Writers Union
With the Al-Aqsa Flood operation entering a dark tunnel as a result of the intransigence of the Israeli decision to continue the war on the Gaza Strip and not yield to the Arab demands for a two-state solution, and Iran’s shift from a shadow battle to a military confrontation after Israel’s assault, on the first of April 2024, on the building attached to the Iranian consulate next to the Iranian embassy in Damascus. Syria, resulting in the killing of 16 people, including a senior commander in the Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force, Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, and seven other officers in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. Egypt’s categorical rejection of any military operation carried out by Israel in Rafah on the border strip, the Camp Agreement has become David is on the palm of a demon whispering in the ear of peace about abandoning the agreed-upon course, and perhaps we will soon wake up to a war raging in the Middle East region with fires of destruction, devastation, and instability.
In an interview with the BBC, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said that only the United States is capable of preventing Israel from attacking the border city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, in an anticipated operation that he described as a “crime.” This came during his speech before a special meeting of the World Economic Forum. Hosted by the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in which he urged the United States of America to “demand Israel not to continue the Rafah attack,” as Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan stated that it is in the interest of everyone in the region, and it is in our interest, and in the interest of the Palestinians, and in the interest of the Israelis, and in the interest of the international community. He also stressed that “declaring a Palestinian state is the only solution that guarantees us that the same situation will not be repeated after two, three, or four years,” stressing the necessity of translating what most partners in the international community support into reality and action.
For his part, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi stressed the need to stop the ongoing war, warning against any military operations in the Palestinian Rafah, which would have catastrophic repercussions on the humanitarian situation in the Strip, as well as on regional peace and security. The Biden administration also affirmed its support for Israel, but expresses It has consistently expressed its concern about the heavy toll on civilian lives in Gaza, and urges Israel not to launch an attack in Rafah.
The question that has been asking itself for several centuries and for which we have not and will not find a logical answer acceptable to the human mind and conscience, is: Is the occupying Zionist entity (Israel) above the law, and above the resolutions of the United Nations and the international community, or do we not have the power to deter this occupying entity and liberate the Arab lands occupied since 1967.
Does the Security Council protect Arab rights and can force Israel to implement its decisions, or is it a worthless cartoon entity that is considered a toy in which the permanent member states control it with the dreaded veto? If that is the case, what is the benefit of all Arab and Islamic countries continuing their membership as long as it is unable to restore the stolen rights to their owners? .
Another question is whispering in the minds of all Arab rulers: when will the State of Palestine be established on all of its territories occupied in 1967 with East Jerusalem as its capital, when will Lebanon recover the Shebaa Farms, when will the Golan return to the embrace of the Syrian homeland, and when will we have a force that can speak for itself in action, not in words? Denunciation and condemnation.