Regional Tensions and Diplomacy Unfold in the Wake of Gaza Conflict

In support of the bombing of Gaza, the American president visited Tel Aviv. King Abdullah of Jordan postponed the four-nation conference in reaction to the barbaric 8bombing of Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza, and forbade the American president from 7coming to Jordan. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also refused to meet the American President. Before the American President, the American Secretary of State came to Israel and he proudly said, “Today, as a Jew, I have come to stand in solidarity with Israel.” After Israel Intony bliken visted Riyadh where he was not warmly welcome. He Waited for many hours for a meeting with MBS . The American president expressed full solidarity with Israel and warned the Arabs that anyone would participate in a war with Israel. President Biden sent 2000 commandos and 40 armored personnel vehicles to Israel. British Prime Minister Rishi also visited Israel and expressed solidarity. The Houthis fired several missiles at the American base in Iraq, which were shot down by the anti-missile system on the American fleet standing in the Red Sea. Organisation of Islamic countries meeting was held in Jeddah, in which Israel’s bombing of Gaza was condemned and all Muslims stand with the Palestinians. A hundred million dollars in aid was also announced for the people of Gaza. The question arises, is it Palestine and Al-Aqsa Mosque will be liberated by standing with them. Muslims had a great opportunity to cut off trade and diplomatic relations with countries that sided with Israel. Although saudi Arabia and U.A. E. Have Big investment in india.India was first country who announced soldarity with Israel. At this more than 5 millions workers are in U.A.E and saudi Arabia.In first phase they must expell from their countries and in second phase impose trade sanction like crude oil. India is importing crude oil from Gulf states. Gulf countries should realized to India that his nation is benefiting from Arab states while their prime minister stands with Israel. Russia has already cut off EU gas supply. If Saudi Arabia, Emirates, Qatar, Iran stop their gas and crude oil, the energy supply of the whole Europe will be stopped and all the factories will be closed. The Arabs have enough foreign exchange reserves for one or two years. , it will not matter. In a way, the United States and Great Britain have played the drum war by supporting Israel in general. Muslims should take it seriously. The United States and NATO countries are badly caught in the Ukraine war. Iran, Saudi Arabia have a large army. Their air force is also strong. Israel’s surveillance system has now been exposed to everyone. The United Nations has ordered Israel through Resolution No. 242. Evacuate. Under the guise of this resolution, Muslims can evacuate areas from Israel with guns. Jews are very timid, they will never face a ground war. Today, it has been 16 days since Israel could not cross the border of Gaza.
A conference of 28 countries was held in Egypt in which the Palestinian-Israeli war was discussed. King Abdullah of Jordan warned that if the Palestinians were expelled from Gaza, it would be a red line for them. The Secretary General of the United Nations, Anthony Gerrits, said that the only solution to this conflict is the establishment of an independent state of Palestine. Meanwhile, the sword that was in Niam in Turkey’s Aya Sofia Mosque was thrown out. US President Joe Biden has donated 105 billion for Israel has requested from the Senate. In the whole 75 years, the United States gave a total of 263 billion dollars to Israel. This aid is to kill the Muslim Palestinians. This is a moment of concern for the Muslims. The Muslim countries should condemn it. A US Senate delegation is sitting in MBS’s Saudi Arabia for negotiations. Mohammed Bin Salman has realized that America’s open financial and political support to Israel is to usurp Gaza. Just like Antony Blanken is empty handed. In the same way, this delegation of the Senate will also go.

Amidst the ongoing conflict in Gaza, international diplomacy and regional responses have ignited a flurry of developments. The situation unfolded as follows:

Divergent Diplomacy:

The American president’s visit to Tel Aviv in support of the Gaza bombings garnered significant attention. His presence in the region signified a show of solidarity with Israel.

King Abdullah of Jordan took a strong stance by postponing the four-nation conference in protest of the distressing bombing of Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza. In light of these events, he prohibited the American president from visiting Jordan.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also expressed his disapproval by refusing to meet with the American President, underlining the tense relations in the region.

Diplomatic Engagements:

The American Secretary of State visited Israel, proclaiming, “Today, as a Jew, I have come to stand in solidarity with Israel.”

Israel’s Foreign Minister, Yair Lapid, made a trip to Riyadh, although the reception was less warm. He had to wait for several hours for a meeting with Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS).

The American president strongly affirmed his solidarity with Israel and issued a warning to Arab nations against any participation in a conflict with Israel. Subsequently, President Biden sent 2000 commandos and 40 armored personnel vehicles to Israel.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also visited Israel, reiterating his support for the nation.

Regional Tensions and Missile Threats:

The Houthi rebels launched several missiles at an American base in Iraq. Fortunately, the missiles were intercepted by the anti-missile system on the American fleet in the Red Sea.

Islamic Cooperation:

The Organization of Islamic Countries held a crucial meeting in Jeddah, where Israel’s bombing of Gaza was unequivocally condemned. The Muslim world expressed solidarity with the Palestinian cause and pledged a significant aid package of one hundred million dollars for the people of Gaza.

Economic and Diplomatic Leverage:

The crisis has prompted discussions about the potential economic and diplomatic repercussions for countries supporting Israel. Calls to sever trade and diplomatic ties with pro-Israel nations, particularly those in the Gulf, have arisen.

India’s support for Israel, given its large workforce in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, has sparked concerns about trade sanctions and expelling Indian workers from these countries.

The potential impact of gas and crude oil supply cuts from Arab states to Europe has raised the stakes in the ongoing diplomatic conflict. Russia’s earlier move to cut off gas supplies to the EU serves as a precedent.

Way Forward:

As the conflict continues, the United States and Great Britain’s support for Israel has been a point of contention in the Muslim world, prompting a need for a unified response.

The United Nations’ Resolution No. 242, calling for Israel’s evacuation, has been reiterated, providing a potential avenue for diplomatic action.

A recent conference in Egypt saw 28 countries discussing the Palestinian-Israeli war, with King Abdullah of Jordan warning that the expulsion of Palestinians from Gaza would be a red line.

The United Nations Secretary General, Anthony Guterres, emphasized the necessity of establishing an independent Palestinian state as the ultimate solution to the conflict.

Financial Aid Concerns:

The United States’ substantial financial support to Israel, particularly the recent $105 billion donation, has raised alarms in the Muslim world, given the use of such funds in the ongoing conflict.

Ongoing Negotiations:

A US Senate delegation is engaged in negotiations with Mohammed Bin Salman in Saudi Arabia. The discussions aim to address concerns about America’s overt financial and political support for Israel and its implications for Gaza.

As the crisis continues to evolve, regional and international actors grapple with diplomatic, economic, and humanitarian challenges, striving for a path to peace and stability in the region.

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