Thus, Israel blamed Egypt for starving Gaza and depriving its people of the most basic human rights in life, when its lawyer said, before the International Court of Justice, that it was Egypt that closed the doors of the Rafah crossing, under its sovereignty, and prevented the entry of aid into Gaza. When it, that is, Israel, does this, it is flogging all those who have been drowned in the mire of reconciliation with it from the beginning.
However, such a position is neither surprising nor strange, but there are many precedents in history at the level of individuals, groups, and countries. The master of these people always flogs and blames his subordinate for every shortcoming, and holds him responsible for the crimes he committed, because he basically takes away his humanity before he enters the corridors of his palace, and after that he considers him merely a detractor upon whom he pins every failure and every sin.
This is how Israel deals with us Arabs. It derives its sovereign status over us from the Grand Master whom it shelters in the White House and in the Congress building and whom we fear more than we fear our Creator, the Almighty. As for us Arabs, our place there, in the eyes of Israel and its protectors, is an annex in which servants and subordinates reside to be flogged when they fall short. Rather, I claim that every one of our entities in their view is merely a nail hammered into the facade for every needy owner of the palace to hang his goods on!
What goal do the West and Israel want to achieve through normalization campaigns? The best person to answer this question is the Moroccan philosopher, Dr. Taha Abdel Rahman, in his great book, “The Things of Marabat,” when he said that they want those who respond to normalization to be stripped of their morals, self, and identity, and become a follower moved by their master when and how he wants.
I know this is self-flagellation but, oh, it is deserved and painful! Whoever accepts worldly life instead of goodness for the first time will be humiliated and humiliated afterwards. One day, Menachem Begin, the Prime Minister of Israel, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Anwar Sadat, visited Cairo and stood as a preacher at the pyramids and said, “Our Jewish ancestors were the ones who built these pyramids!”
What a big lie and a blatant and blatant falsification of history. Sadat contented himself with just responding to it with a full-mouthed laugh, as he used to do, because the pyramids were built by the Egyptians, and they existed in Egypt centuries and centuries before the Jews arrived there.
This is how Israel deals with Arabs who extend a hand to it, whether willingly or unwillingly, and its attitude says, “You are nothing, incapable of building and achieving, and everything you have is from us and for us. You are nothing”! It and its protectors in the West are seeking in every possible way for Israel to become a natural part of the region, loved by the Arabs and claiming to love them, then expelling it at any moment of difference in time and place, as its lawyer did in The Hague. It is love on the part of the submissive and humiliated one for the master who has the whip and the scepter.
So, what goal do the West and Israel want to achieve through their normalization campaigns? The best person to answer this question is the Moroccan philosopher Dr. Taha Abdel Rahman, in his great book, “The Things of Marabat,” when he said that they want those who respond to normalization to be stripped of their morals, self, and identity, and become a follower moved by their master when and how he wants.
If someone says today that Israel fears for its future and wants to get along with the Arabs, then he is buying an illusion, rather he is selling himself with it. Since when did the Arabs make Israel fear them, before the “Al-Aqsa Flood” epic, of course? Today, it fears the actions of those like the Al-Qassam Mujahideen and the Al-Quds Brigades, and it is reassured that the medalists it defeated in the field many times will not do anything. Does the prey move its neck while it is between the jaws of its predator?
The surprising thing is that official Egypt did not issue a position responding to Israel’s lawyers, even if it was just talk, as we have become accustomed to hearing for many years. If it had done so, Egypt would have regained some prestige before the world, and would have made Israel think long and hard if it wanted to invade the Philadelphia axis to tighten the noose on the resistance in Gaza.
However, the worst and most painful thing is that the entire Arab regime agreed to let South Africa file the case before the International Court of Justice without the participation of any Arab country. Perhaps it was the best thing they did, as they were always people of failure, not people of success.
This is our biggest problem with the Arab regime: inability in everything and at all times. With the prolonged slumber of this regime and its eternal adherence to power, the impotence extended to the peoples, causing their slumber to last for a long night. Even if they woke up, or tried to wake up, the whips of oppression returned them to the nightmares of tyranny, so they became afraid, calm, and absent from the scene, and the homelands became plundered by every greedy person.
This incapable regime does not see the world as it is around it, and does not learn from history. As Winston Churchill, the former British Prime Minister, who, by the way, is one of the strongest racist thinkers regarding the Palestinian issue, said, “If you want to anticipate the future, look carefully at history.”
If our Arab regime were to go back only a few years, to review its present history, it would find that what is happening in the Red Sea as a result of the Western Israeli war on Gaza portends something greater and greater than the attack on Yemen, which is ruled by the Houthi “Ansar Allah”. If these people respond to the American-British raids, as they promised, and the situation escalates and the Bab al-Mandab and the Red Sea are closed to international navigation, which the West considers a threat to the global economy, America and its affiliated partner, Britain, may take this as an excuse to carry out military action that goes beyond the limits of air strikes launched from On board aircraft carriers, and the guided missiles they launch.
What could prevent the Americans from landing on the shores of South Yemen, as the British did in 1839, when they were an empire on whose lands the sun never set, and they remained there for 128 years? The Red Sea was a purely Arab sea with both banks until Western colonialism came eager to eliminate the Ottoman Caliphate, devouring its possessions east and west. It occupied Aden and began to hold the keys to Bab al-Mandab, until the British left in November 1967, that is, five months after the June War of the same year. And the occupation of all of Palestine, including Sinai and the Golan.
Nothing prevents this terrible possibility from occurring, God forbid. The Arab regimes are helpless, and some of them are even complicit, and Yemen itself is divided against itself and crushed by war, and some of its people, who demand the independence of the south, said that they are ready for normalization with Israel.
The West may not be able to keep its ships deployed all the time in the Red Sea, and it may see that it is better for it to be present on land, whether with its own forces or with forces loyal to it and a regime similar to the regimes we see. If that happens, the noose around our necks will be tight, as we have no effective control over the Strait of Hormuz, and the keys to the Strait of Gibraltar are held by colonial Britain. When one imagines such a scenario, as they say, a shiver runs through an Arab's body.
Is the occupation of Arab land unlikely? Only a few years ago, the Syrian people demanded freedom and were killed and displaced, and their land has been occupied by many countries to this day. Iraq before it was occupied and is still occupied. Even Denmark and perhaps Lichtenstein have planes stationed in Iraq, which cannot expel the Americans from its land, and this is not strange, as those who rule it today came in the beginning on the back of an American tank. This is some of our recent history, and there is no need to delve far into its chapters to form clear convictions.
There is also no need to mention what is happening to Gaza today and the West Bank. It is clear that the Arab regime has dropped Palestine from its national calculations, and what is painful is that the peoples have dropped from their calculations every consideration of human chivalry, pride, self and dignity, in light of their viewing today of the remains of Gaza’s children while they are as silent as silence. Cemeteries.
Israel is aware of this Arab deficit, and when the West established it on the land of Palestine in 1948 it was the result of that deficit, just as it is today one of its causes. Will official Egypt, then, thwart Israel’s declared plans to occupy the Philadelphia axis and deploy occupation forces along the Gaza Strip border with Egypt, the homeland? One cannot assume this in light of Egypt's silent official position on what Israel's lawyer said before the International Court.
There is also nothing from its previous positions, since the signing of the Camp David Accords, that suggests that it might take risks and pursue more assertive and bold policies, except for what the late President Mohamed Morsi, may God have mercy on him, said that Egypt would not leave Gaza alone, and perhaps this was one of the reasons for the coup. He was imprisoned until death.
However, the question that we must answer is: How do we rid ourselves of the humiliation of helplessness? Ask the Mujahideen of Gaza, they have certain information.