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How Israel is Losing this Carnage of Its?

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World believes, that actually doesn't blame Israel for anything, that Iran's influence on Hamas is real. So much so 'real' and important that they think by crushing Hamas Iran will be pushed back and will automatically be weakened through military, hard power, action. This approach is discernible from the view of historian Micheal Oren, a press officer in the Israeli military, that "the operation against Hamas represents a unique chance to deal a strategic blow to Iranian expansionism."

But why are they wrong? And why their military offense is going to fail this time, which is more of a political failure? Vali Nasr answers in his respected work The Shia Revival that "Iran does not have tangible assets in Gaza or the Palestinian territories. It's misunderstanding to think of its strength in that way. Its real influence in the Arab world comes from its soft power, the reputation it has built as the defender of the great Arab cause of Palestine."

This is very true. As Fareed Zakria argues, "Hamas is not Iran's pawn. Recently, Hamas has been taking funds and weapons from Iran, but that does not mean it also takes orders from it." He further adds that its decisions to break "the ceasefire probably took place without direction Tehran."* I cannot say the mayhem Israelis have brought to Gaza victims is going to turn into a happily ever after fairy-tale situation. Israel's unjustified onslaught has broken the threads of friendship so-called moderate Arab states were weaving with Israel, although against the public opinion. I may sound here too cold-blooded. But that's not important. Even Iraqi prime minister has openly called Arab and Muslim states to "cancel their diplomatic relations and stop all contacts - public and private - with this murderous regime, which continues its painful aggression against peaceful, unarmed civilians."

For future that is to emerge from the ashes of today, a shift that is taking place away from Israel of world and most importantly Arabs is a good sign for Muslim world. This will help draw a cleavage line between those of good faith and of bad. The test of real and true faith of them is yet to come. The outcomes of which will be obvious then.

* From the article What Makes Ahmadinejad Smile, by Fareed Zakaria in Newsweek.

2 did criticisms:

humanobserver said...

Israel should accept that Palestinians should get the whole of the West Bank and Gaza. Palestinians should accept that no land in Israel belongs to them

Mustafa ElNagar, Medina, KSA

I found this in BBC...

M. Umer Toor said...

That may be just the right solution. Yes. It is only possible when neighbors are just and kind. Even if both parties don't find any reason to love each other secretly or openly, justice and kindness is an acceptable and humane way which doesn't contradicts faith (religious) of both the nations. That's what I think...

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