The response from the Western New World Order to the increasing closeness of the Eastern New World Order (the 4+1 Coalition and their latest alliances) is to make peace between old enemies. It appears Saudi Arabia and Israel may become peace partners.
Secret correspondence between the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al Jubeir and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reveals the draft of a possible peace deal. The full text of the document lists five basic principles supposedly agreed upon between Israel and Saudi Arabia, which would constitute the framework for a regional agreement and the end of the Arab Israeli conflict.
The five principles are as follows:
Jerusalem – “The Annexation of Jerusalem to international sovereignty as per the 1937 and 1947 partition plans. This will mean Jerusalem does not belong to either the Arabs or Jews.
Palestinian Refugees – “Saudi Arabia affirms its aspiration to settle Palestinian refugees in their countries of residence. The Kingdom can contribute to this effort by supporting innovative solutions such as cancelling the Arab League’s decision from the 1950s by which no Arab nation is to settle Palestinian refugees within their borders, as well as divert efforts to the redistribution and settlement of Palestinian refugees throughout the Arab states.”
American Mediation and Agreed Upon Principles – “The United States and Saudi Arabia will reach agreements regarding the main principles for ending the conflict, after which President Trump would summon the foreign ministers of the region to a summit in order to obtain their agreements, and only after all have agreed to the same basic principals, would the actual negotiations begin.”
Saudi Influence – “Saudi Arabia’s most effective and important role is to recruit others to support this deal, which will usher in a new era of peace and prosperity between Israel and the Arab and Muslim worlds. At first, normalization of relations with Israel will not enjoy wide public support throughout the Arab world, But Saudi Arabia believes that the combination of Israeli technology and the Gulf state’s economic power and energy markets could bring out the Middle East’s full potential and obtain peace, prosperity and stability.
Iran – The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the longest lasting conflict in the region. Over the years, it has served as a justification for the actions of extremists, and has also distracted the major players in the region from focusing on the central threat to its stability – Iran. In accordance to the deal, both Israel and Saudi Arabia must commit themselves to an effective cooperation in order to stop Iran.
This peace deal does not give Jerusalem to Israel. It will not satisfy the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Iran will be spurred to continue its path of dominance in the northern Middle East if the Arab League agrees to a deal between the Israel and the Saudis.
President Donald Trump intends to propose the Palestinians declare independence, after which the United States will recognize the Palestinian state. The Palestinians will also receive hundreds of millions of dollars from Sunni Arab countries as aid.
The White House denied these reports. “There is constant speculation and guessing about what we are working on and this report is more of the same,” the White House said in a statement. “It is not an accurate representation, rather it is a mix of possibilities and ideas that have existed for decades.”
Concessions and announcements about the kind of relationship that has been between Israel and the Arabs are being made. A former Saudi minister and prominent Muslim cleric has stated that there can be no justification for any religious-motivated violence, even against Israel.
The 4+1 Coalition Not Buying
The Lebanese are itching for war with Israel. Lebanon’s army chief urged his soldiers on Tuesday to stand fully ready at the border with Israel, to face the “threats of the Israeli enemy.”
Iranian President Rouhani cautioned Middle-Eastern countries regarding ‘falling for Israel’s trap‘. Rouhani also defended Hezbollah’s purported role in defending Lebanon. “Hezbollah’s role is to defend the Lebanese people. Its weapons are thus for defensive purposes only,” the Iranian president said.
New Cold War?
Iran has dispatched warships to Gulf of Mexico. At a time when Iran is looking to expand and modernize its military in the face of what is seen as a growing U.S. threat, its newly appointed navy commander, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, held his first press conference Wednesday, announcing that a fleet of Iranian ships would soon depart for the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico en route to visits to a number of South American countries, Iran’s semi-official Tasnim News Agency reported. The move is reportedly part of a push to project Iran’s military on a more global scale and establish international ties as President Donald Trump and his allies, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, seek to isolate the revolutionary Shiite Muslim power.
The King of North will patrol the eastern and southern borders of the proponent of the King of the South in a further preparation and escalation of the coming war.
The United States, for its part, has announced that U.S. forces will remain in Syria for a long time to come.