In light of the internal Lebanese movement, where consultations are continuing between all the parties in order to reach a way out to put an end to the dilemma of the vacuum and to elect a president for the republic, regional developments are continuing at an accelerated pace, following the Saudi-Iranian agreement, and what followed with the return of Syria to the Arab League prior to the summit to be held in Riyadh. While the Kingdom’s ambassador continues his meetings in Beirut, where he works to “feel the pulse” of the various parties to convey a clear picture before reaching a looming settlement.
Amidst the developments, and since last Tuesday, Gaza has turned into a raging war front in the phase of the changes ravaging the region, and according to what the writer and political analyst Johnny Mounir confirmed to Janoubia, “it is clear that the Israeli strike is harsh and clear in its timing to the “Islamic Jihad Movement,” which is affiliated with On Iran, in light of the settlements taking place in the region, and the reaction that was weak compared to the size of what happened, as the “Hamas movement” remained neutral to some extent.
The Israeli strike is harsh and clear in timing to the Jihad movement, which is affiliated with Iran
He explained, “All of this raises several questions, while the Israelis were not as concerned as in the previous confrontation, and were reassured that the front in the south would not ignite, which is unlikely, and Hezbollah and the Palestinian factions did not take any reaction in conjunction with what happened in Gaza, and all of this raises question marks.” “.
Mounir believed that “the blow that was dealt to the movement in the midst of the settlements taking place in the region raises questions,” pointing out that “the repercussions of Syria’s return to the Arab League will crystallize after the Riyadh summit and Bashar al-Assad’s meeting with the Saudi crown prince, but it is clear that Syria needs urgent financial assistance.” To regulate its internal conditions, and this is in the hands of the Gulf.”
The repercussions of Syria’s return to the Arab League will take shape after the Riyadh Summit and al-Assad’s meeting with the Crown Prince--
And he considered, “In the first stage in Jordan, an agreement was reached on the issue of Captagon, and strikes were directed against those wanted, and an understanding was reached to achieve this in exchange for Assad obtaining 4 million dollars under the name of agricultural aid,” noting that “the Lebanese internal movement is a reflection of what is happening in the Arab world.” However, it does not lead to a quick local solution, pending the results and course of the Saudi understandings.
Anticipation is the master of the situation in Lebanon, specifically by Hezbollah, to build on what is required
Mounir stressed, “The anticipation is the master of the situation in Lebanon, specifically on the part of Hezbollah, to build on what is required, as the stage is the stage of playing in wasted time, waiting for things to crystallize,” pointing out, “The train of settlements has started, and Lebanon will naturally reach it upon completion.” Its path and crystallization in a broader way in Syria.