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Israel

Another crisis in the Holy Land
Israel, Middle East, Palestine

Another crisis in the Holy Land

After weeks of escalating tensions, the most serious crisis involving Israelis and Palestinians is underway, since 2014. The world is following the press and the internet on the pyrotechnics of scenes of rocket explosions launched by Hamas against various Israeli cities and of the Israeli Defense Forces air and artillery bombings on the Gaza Strip.. Civilian casualties can now be counted in the hundreds. In addition to actions in the military field, the dispute for winning support, sympathies or allies is fought with ferocity, through, and people who observe from afar see themselves in the crossfire of the war of narratives, exposed who are undergoing serious analysis, but also pure advertising, often unable to differentiate one from the other. The bag...
Changes in Middle Eastern Geopolitics
Africa, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Will, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Middle East, Palestine

Changes in Middle Eastern Geopolitics

Arabs and Israelis have gone to war several times since 1948, year of Israel's creation. The recurrence of armed conflicts and the so-called Palestinian Question maintained the rivalry between them as the main geopolitical issue in the Middle East in the second half of the century 20 and at the beginning of this century 21. However, Recent events indicate that this situation is beginning to change. Within about a month, in agreements brokered by the US government, who were baptized “Abraham's Accords”, the governments of Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed treaties to normalize diplomatic relations between the two Arab countries and Israel. The two nations came together, in this way, to the group that until then was composed of only two other countries: Egypt and Jordan ...
Lebanon tragedy
Israel, Lebanon, Middle East

Lebanon tragedy

Photo of the port of Beirut after the explosion 5/8/2020 (AP Photo / Hussein Malla) The violent explosion in the port of Beirut caused more than two hundred deaths and thousands of injuries. The region around the port was completely destroyed, but the effects of the shock wave wreaked havoc even tens of kilometers from the epicenter. After a moment of perplexity by the seriousness of what happened, the city was filled with protests in which the population, enraged at the authorities, accused of negligence, demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Hassan Diab, what ended up happening on the last day 10 of August, only 6 days after the tragedy. The population's fury is explained. After all, everything indicates that the cause of the explosion was the combustion of 2.750 ton of ammonium nitrate, store ...
The Jewish people and their plate tectonics
Israel, Middle East

The Jewish people and their plate tectonics

Gaza Strip, Israel “These people are actively involved, individually, in universal history. I don't understand how they can take it. ” Saul Bellow (1915- 2005 ) “Jerusalem Round trip” Since the beginning of the Christian era, and even before, the leaders of the Jewish people have sought to unite territory and people in the same geographical place and for decades found the long-dreamed territory, but it was in one of the most explosive regions of the land — Palestine. Since the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, a big and endless conflict rages in the Middle East causing discomfort, insecurity and war on the ground and in the world. I looked in geology for the image I need: nothing else is Arab-Israeli conflict that the result of friction between the edges of two political tectonic plates- the eastern plate and ...
Bolsonaro's anti foreign policy
Americas, Brazil, U.S, Israel, Middle East

Bolsonaro's anti foreign policy

Foreign policy is not commonly called State Policy for nothing. More than expressing the president's most immediate wishes, it focuses on the deepest interests of the country.. It is an intricate complex of actions and commitments, delicately built over time. The Bolsonaro government, apparently with the explicit support of chancellor Ernesto Araujo, is ignoring this idea and treating foreign policy as a political-ideological platform. only that, in this case, the consequences don't wait. At the beginning of the government, President Bolsonaro declared that he would move the Brazilian embassy to Jerusalem. This was a way to show the international alignment with the United States, but it just seems to have considered this agenda, ignoring the other consequences. No fi...
Israel, between Zionism and Imperialism
Israel, Middle East

Israel, between Zionism and Imperialism

Since the beginning of the year, Syria has been the country hardest hit by the Israeli military escalation, having several cities hit, as well as Syrian military and infrastructure facilities, causing the death of hundreds of people and generating great economic losses. These Israeli military actions coincide with the Syrian army's advance to regain control of the country, where he has achieved great victories. Israeli attacks in flagrant violation of Syrian sovereignty, have Tel Aviv’s justification for fighting Iranian bases in Syrian territory that threaten their security. (more…)