Diplomatic report: the discrepancy between the axis fronts emerged in Assad's speech at the Riyadh summit

Diplomatic report: the discrepancy between the axis fronts emerged in Assad's speech at the Riyadh summit

| Wednesday 15 November 2023

Exclusive, “Akhbar al-Yawm” agency

Nasrallah appeared disappointed in the second speech after he failed to convince the Syrian President to open the Golan front

 The "Akhbar al-Yawm" agency obtained a summary of a diplomatic report received in Beirut from the capital of a major Eastern country, which carries with it a lot of indicators that show the reasons behind the inconsistent contexts between the fronts of the axis of resistance, amid different approaches to each of its pillars in dealing with the open war on Gaza and with the West Bank.

The report says that "after the second appearance of Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, it became clear what did not appear in the first one, which is that the so-called "unity of the arenas" is a dream that will not come true, due to multiple considerations and the sharp division between those who control each of these fronts".

The report adds that "the discrepancy between the axis fronts was clearly highlighted in the speech of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, at the extraordinary Arab-Islamic Summit held in the Saudi capital Riyadh, who spoke frankly that it is necessary to invest on the blood in Palestine to build a new path to settlement in the region, and this applies to what Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Egypt and other Arab countries are seeking, and it seemed very remarkable that no Syrian reservation was registered on the statement issued by the Arab Islamic Summit, unlike what Tunisia and Iraq went to, therefore, if the Hamas decided to open the front on the seventh of October, the solution will only be an Arab one, in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy, land for peace and the two-state solution, and the reference of the Palestine Liberation Organization as the legitimate and sole representative of the Palestinian people".

The report continues that "Nasrallah appeared disappointed and even embarrassed in the second speech, as he was unable to convince President Assad to allow the opening of the Golan front, and in Iraq there is a popular and official refusal to allow this economically suffering country to enter an unknown path, especially since the Iraqi government, which used to receive part of the oil revenues amounting to 10 billion dollars annually, the United States of America reduced it to 5 billion dollars, but Yemen is launching rockets and marches in retaliation for the Israeli partnership in bombing Yemen".

The report explains that "the most dangerous thing in Nasrallah's speech was talking about the fronts when he placed the West Bank next to the Gaza front, and here is the big question: is it necessary to turn the West Bank into Gaza again?" and "Is it necessary to turn on the Palestinian Authority, as happened in Gaza in 2007?", it means the destruction of the Palestinian dream of establishing an independent state, and this matter, as the Axis powers do not know, serves the Israeli project, not the project of Palestinian liberation from the Israeli occupation".

Regarding the Lebanese Internal Affairs, the report pointed to two things:

First: the presidential elections file, if things in Gaza go to a ceasefire and then activate the political track by reviving the Madrid peace track, the Arab and international external pressure will focus on the election of a president of the Republic, because Lebanon cannot participate normally without the regularity of its constitutional institutions, specifically the election of the president, and from here it can be read the continuous movement with a personal dimension led by the head of the Free Patriotic Movement MP Gebran Bassil to eliminate the main candidates of the presidential race, more precisely his determination to eliminate the army commander, General Joseph Aoun.

Second: the decisive external orientation is to prevent a vacuum in the army command, and therefore the extension of the army commander, General Joseph Aoun, is a foregone conclusion.

The report concludes by pointing out that "the days between the end of this year will be very difficult, and there is a real fear of a return to the use of monetary and economic pressure policy, with the high level of security concerns with the expansion of the Hamas presence in Lebanon, which has become a clear Israeli goal".


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