Ibrahim Samir Tbeil
Year 24
Month 06
Day 07
Regional and international alienation

Regional and international alienation

After the demise of Pahlavid regime in Iran, Israel’s strategic ally turned to be an enemy. The so-called change has challengedthe Zionist regime’s peripheral strategyseriously. From then, Iran has always been the butt of hard and soft threats to Israel. 
Israel not only has never been able to make peace with Syria and Lebanon, but also is constantly threatened from its Northern and North Eastern borders.  Recently, Israel's Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) claimed the Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, as the major threat to Israel.
Of course, by signing Camp David, Oslo, and peace contract with Jordan, Israel has lighten up the regional pressures a bit. 

Islamic Awakening

In 2010, a new wave of Islamic Awakening started in the region and overtook Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya which led to a change in the traditional Arab regimes. This was a great shock to the Zionist regime and as a result affected its regional equations and brought about a new and serious concern for the regime.  

Turkey 

The rise of Erdogan’s liberal Islamic government and AKPswayed, in its early stages, Turkey’s foreign relations with the Zionist regime but these relations have regained their former state recently.   One key point that can lead to their divergence is Israel’s support for formation of Great Kurdistan which is considered as Erdogan’s red line.

Egypt  

Signing Camp David peace treaty, Israel could fade Egypt’s role in the region particularly in Palestine. But with the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, Israel and Egypt relations entered a state of limbo and stalemate.  The Zionist regime was fearful that Egypt would not abide by Cam David treaty and the situation would revert back. Therefore, when the military coup was underway in Egypt, the Zionist regime sent clear messages to the US avoiding their political intervention as the support for democracy in Egypt. 
With General El-Sisi’s government coming into power, the Muslim Brotherhood was once again suppressed and previous state of affairs was once again resumed.  Despite the suppression ofthe Muslim Brotherhoodin Egypt, due to its roots and having a social body, it can regain strength and pose a serious threat for Israel. 

Islamic and Arab countries

Recent revolutions in the region have toppled governments such as Ben Ali in Tunisia and Gaddafi in Libya which were closely tied to Israel in the past.  These shifts will severely challenge the Zionist Regime’s policy concerning North Africa and Western Asia. 
Syria and Hezbollah are among the major regional threats for Israel.

Latin American Nations

Launchingmilitary operations by the Zionist regime in Gaza strip in 2008, Israel’s relations with Latin America took an even sharper down turn and struck a heavy blow to its foreign policy towards American countries. 

International Organizations

The United Nations Human Rights Council severing its ties with Israel, constant declaration condemning the Zionist Regime, and Palestine joining UNESCO are all among Israel’s problems with international organizations.
One Israel’s main challenges with international Organizations is the anti-settlement resolution by the UN Security Council which didn'thave the US Veto either. 

Non-governmental human rights groups

Next international problem threatening Israel is the activities of human rights and media campaigns unveiling the regime’s true face. This had led to public hatred and defamation of the Zionist regime. BDS movement is one of the prominent movements that has caused heavy damage to the regime.

Conclusion

As it was discussed Israel constantly feels threatened by manyfar and near countries. These threats have led to Israel’s alienation more than before and they will finally set the frame for its final demise.


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