Sunday, 19-May-2019 10:43
comments in
A message to woman engaging in political battlefields
I can't Agree more
Relations Between Regime and Opposition
thank you for this site GUYS.We need it sincerely
Democracy could not jump
Thanks dearfor your intellectual aspects about are always great EBTIHAG
Wednesday, 22-November-2006
Almotamar Net - Al-Rashed Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed - Over a week ago, Britain sent its intelligence chief, accompanied by one of its government's advisers, to Syria. The news was an object of controversy, especially since the visit came amid reports that they wanted to bargain over the relationship between the Palestinian Hamas organization and Lebanon's Hezbollah, which are "administratively" linked to Damascus.

Alarms rang out in some Arab countries when British Prime Minister Tony Blair stated that the issue is bigger than he had previously thought and that the goal is to change the policy in dealing with Syria and Iran. Are we witnessing an actual reversal of positions, especially given the important developments in the US government, now that the Rumsfeld team has been permanently defeated and replaced with strategists who are very much different from the conservative right-wing?

Have Washington and London changed their strategies and given up the idea of antagonizing the Tehran axis by adopting a policy of alliance with the other side? Suggesting that will give the other side wrong and extremely serious signals, as happened in the invasion of Iraq, which gave the wrong signal that America was about to change the regimes in the region, something that provoked these regimes, which helped to foil the US enterprise and made America's life hell.

An old saying goes: If you want to send your enemy to Hell, make sure you do so. Washington did not send anyone to Hell. It rather wants to get out of Iraq at any cost. There are numerous questions about the new British inclination. Does the departure from Iraq have guaranteed consequences? Can the Iranian guarantees be trusted? Is the cost Iran's reversal of its nuclear arms project or the United States relinquishing its opposition to it? In my opinion, the most important question is: Is there in Iran a one, unified leadership, whose decision can be guaranteed to be final and reliable?

We will give the British mediator the award of the century if he indeed can defuse the crisis by ending hostility with Iran and Syria and guaranteeing the stability of Iraq, the withdrawal of the US troops, the disarming of Hezbollah, an end to Syria's interference in Lebanon, and the acceptance by Hamas of negotiations to end the Israeli occupation.

Believing that there is a practical solution that is acceptable to everyone -- an Iranian nuclear bomb, the independence of the two regimes in Iraq and Lebanon, and peace in Palestine -- is almost like an animated movie.

This is what we hope. We hope to see an Iran that is not under siege, to see the Americans out of Iraq, to see Hezbollah raise the Lebanese flag over Shab'a, see Hamas accept and declare a liberated Palestinian state; and see a Syria secure from international pursuit. These are indeed caricatures that exist only in our imagination, because the politicians here are very far from realism.

If the British negotiators manage to solve some of these complexes without creating crises because of them, they will deserve the gratitude of us all. We hope they will not run after the mirage to overcome the bloody reality of Iraq, because our region deals with signals more than it deals with frankness. What can be understood here is that the new negotiations are a declaration of defeat and readiness for withdrawal at any cheap cost and the resulting price will be high, namely, increased frequency of violence in new areas.

Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed is
the general manager of Al -Arabiya television. Mr. Al Rashed is also the former editor-in-chief of Asharq Al- Awsat, and the leading Arabic weekly magazine, Al Majalla. He is also a senior Columnist in the daily newspapers of Al Madina and Al Bilad. He is a US post-graduate degree in mass communications. He has been a guest on many TV current affairs programs. He is currently based in Dubai.
More from "Articles"

Other titles:
Tuesday, 17-October-2017
The United Arab Emirates acknowledged on Tuesday that two of its pilots were killed when their military aggression plane crashed over Jawf province, a military official said

The official added that the aggressive crashed plane was an apache that was
Tuesday, 17-October-2017
Three citizens were killed and four others wounded in two Saudi air strikes hit Majza district of Saada province, an official said on Tuesday.

The strikes hit a citizen's car in al-Jamalah area in the district, the official added.
Tuesday, 17-October-2017
Artillery of the army and popular shelled a gathering of Saudi-paid mercenaries in al-Moqadra area in Serwah district of Marib province, a military official said on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, dozens of Saudi-paid mercenaries were killed and others injured in Wadi al-Theek in the district, the official added.
Monday, 16-October-2017
The army and popular forces carried out on Monday unique military operations in Taiz province.

A military official said that a number of Saudi-paid mercenaries were killed at the hands of the army and popular forces in al-Jazami Hill in al-Kadaha area in al-Ma'afer district.
Monday, 16-October-2017
A Saudi aggression fighter jet targeted a citizen's car driving in Fara area of Kutaf district in Saada province overnight, killing the driver and injuring his friend, a security official said on Monday.
Monday, 16-October-2017
The army artillery and popular committees launched a fierce attack on Saudi-paid mercenaries' sites in Jawf province, a military official said on Monday.

The attack destroyed a military vehicle belonging to the mercenaries and killed all on board in Sabran area in khab and shaaf district.
Sunday, 15-October-2017
Scores of Saudi enemy soldiers were killed and injured on Sunday when the army and popular forces repelled a Saudi military attempt to sneak into Shurfah site in the border province of Najran, a military official said.

The operation was accomplished successfully against the Saudi
Sunday, 15-October-2017
The army and popular committees have killed a total of 18 Saudi-paid mercenaries in sniper operations over the past hours in the central province of Marib, a military official said on Sunday.

Ten mercenaries were killed in Nehm district and eight others were killed in Serwah district, said the official.
Saturday, 14-October-2017
Saudi aggression warplanes have launched more than 49 airstrikes over the past hours on several residential areas across Yemen, a security official said on Sunday.
The airstrikes targeted the areas of Malahiz and Husama in Dhahir district, and areas Thuban, Masahif and Sdad in Bakim district of northern Saada province.
Thursday, 12-October-2017
The army and popular forces carried out an operation attack on Saudi-paid mercenaries' sites in al-Hawal area in Nehm district.

A local official said that the operation attack resulted in killing and injuring mercenaries, adding they also incurred heavy losses at their ranks

who we are     |    Advertising     |    contact us
All rights reserved © Almotamar Net, Developed by