The international community seems to be wedded to the idea of a “two-state solution”. But such support seems to have already turned unworkable and void as Palestinians and Hamas continue to insist that the only solution they see is in the Jew-free Middle East, which actually is the agenda of the Iranian regime and lately of Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
According to terror-broadcast network Al Jazeera, senior Hamas official Mahmoud Al-Zahar in an interview said, “This land is not suitable for a two-state solution. It’s either-or. Either the occupation remains forever – an option that has become completely inconceivable – or this occupation will be removed and each [Israeli] will go his way”.
Meaning, Palestinians and Hamas are no more interested in any peace effort. They are now working as mercenaries of Iran’s notorious agenda and are actively helping the Iranian regime in emerging as the next boss of the Middle East. They also are working as a collaborator of Erdogan in his wild dream of re-establishing the Ottoman caliphate.
Al-Zahar also called for cooperation between Muslims against Israel, saying that it is an obligation to do so.
Exposing his current mission of serving Iran’s purpose, Al-Zahar said, “Iran has been targeted by the Israeli entity, which killed Iranian leaders,” he said, adding that Israel had “incited America to place a [economic] siege on Iran. Therefore, Iran is the enemy of our enemy. Syrian lands are occupied, including the Golan Heights. Syria is the enemy of our enemy”.
He even went further by voicing in favour of Iran’s proxy in Lebanon saying, “Lebanon – where Hezbollah is – has been attacked and its lands occupied, and it is also the enemy of our enemy. Why should we not cooperate with the enemy of our enemy in order to liberate our land? We have a common enemy and one land, so why not cooperate in order to liberate it? I don’t just ‘accept’ this. I think it is our duty to cooperate on all levels, in order to liberate the land and get rid of this cancer on our land”.
Reviewing the latest statement of Hamas top official, it is evidently proved – Palestinians are no more in favor of peace. They want bloodshed in the Middle East and ultimately help Iran in establishing total dominance in the region. Is that what Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman or those leaders in the Arab nations would support?
(Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is an internationally acclaimed multi-award-winning anti-militancy journalist, research-scholar, counterterrorism specialist and editor of Weekly Blitz)