Nakba" Day "

By Editor in Chief: Ali Kassem
عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.
The Nakba brings back its own production, with what Israel and the American aggression cannot afford to do, after having become the most dangerous of the Arab calamities, with a regional scene collapsing in the face of a series of dangerous developments after America decreasing the harmony of its threats.
What's happening isn't separated from the one that the region witnessed seventy years ago, despite the fundamental difference in both old and new implications, amid a state of world shock because of the American politics during Trump era, which emulates the most dangerous classes of hot confrontations in the world, recalling the human memory types of the political recklessness in using surplus power.
The dilemma was and still in an Arab emulation that largely draws the chapters of the Nakba in its own way, causing distortions in the Arab scene, and the cracks resulting from the defect of the confrontation when they created a series of erroneous briefings, paving the way before the consequences of the regress from confrontation up to the change to the other bank, passing through regular conspiracy on the issue and dealing with the Israelis under and on the table, besides the blind response to the US demands, despite the severity of the involved humiliation.
Nakba here is not only in the colonial conspiracy, nor in the suspicious role played by some regimes, but in the fate of these regimes as a result of public involvement in deals that have always been at the expense of the Palestinian cause and against the Palestinian right, especially what was linked to the current scene as a final outcome of the American role and its different consequences in politics and on the ground, ending with seeking the American and Israeli approaches to impose the coordinates of the regional scene.
The essence of what the nation is facing today is that the American administration and Israel are trying to pass what they could not achieve by aggression, arrogance, power surpluses and imbalances in dictation, and through some sheikhdoms, where it turns into a mere deal in which the sheikhs sell their decision and sovereignty providing them as a pledge for the benefit of Israel and America, in the service of the project of re-mapping the region to be according to the Israeli desires and American ambitions. The difference in considerations is always in the interest of harnessing the potential of the region and its resources while turning its people into fuel for American mobile wars.
The existing differences may not have real value on the ground, and may not add many factors to the scene, which has become a heavy burden on the region. However, these differences have the refractive indicators in the American projects' holders in the Israeli version, and seem saturated of the factors of the obvious cracks in the latest approaches which America adopts to be a part of its mobile strategy held to the wrong views and accounts of an administration driven by false recklessness and estimates.
The seventy-one years anniversary of the Nakba, preceded by decades of planning, is still incapable to break the will of existence, and continues to evoke in the Arab conscience all this realization of the existing danger and its consequences of the catastrophe of the duplication of roles in the service of the American project. This is enough to make sure that the scene, which has been unable to adapt for decades, must be able to re-adapt events and changes, to become later in line with aspirations. This moment has become closer than some suppose. The darkest hour of the night comes just before the dawn.
Translated by Amal Suleiman Ma'rouf