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It’s time for peace🕊

By: Mendi Safadi . 

We talked a lot about peace and strived for peace, but it was never like this time pure and true, and although the confusion sometimes takes over the facts because this is the first time we get true peace, which hides no real estate deal or malicious intent, this time we won peace for peace, A warm peace that permeates the public in the Arab countries with which we have just signed, an impressive and opening gift for a good and blessed year of peace and regional stability, the eve of Rosh Hashanah takes on a double meaning, “He who makes peace in his high places, he will make peace for us and for all his people Israel.” Amen.

The first agreement signed between Israel and Egypt and received with joy, was accompanied by cries of Chinese expulsion, involved a real estate deal that transferred Egyptian control of the Sinai Peninsula, and it was and still is cold, very cold to freezing at times despite Sadat’s desire for peace True, but his people were disappointed and the manifestations of hatred led to his assassination, both then and today the people in Egypt did not reconcile with the agreement, and are still publicly defined and in the media by the Zionist enemy.

About two decades later, the Oslo Accords emerged, which brought Fatah’s leadership into the country. Certainly not a peace agreement, and not because of an opposing political position but only for the reason that the Oslo Accords are the complete opposite of peace, because in peace there must be acute elements.

Peace means openness between peoples, opening trade and tourism borders and other such elements that exist in every peace agreement between sovereign states, but what the Oslo Accords brought rolled terrorist attacks that blew up buses and places of entertainment in which more than 2,500 innocent Israeli citizens were killed. And the hatred did not stop here but continued in the textbooks Closing borders and banning Jewish Israelis from entering the PA territories that once before the agreement were shopping and working areas for Jews and Arabs alike, but from the agreement agreement Jews were forbidden to enter and even were murdered after accidentally entering.

The Palestinian discourse in both education and political speech was and remains hostile to Israel. As time went on, hatred and hostility grew, and despite Israeli efforts since the Oslo Accords were signed in 1993, the Palestinians showed no willingness to complete the agreement, and did not even act to train the infrastructure necessary to establish a state. In the economic interests of the conflict traders, who remain as before a leadership that mobilizes the Israeli-Palestinian confrontation for economic gains from donations, and to serve the malicious goals of haters of Israel and sophisticated anti-Semites.

The agreement with Jordan also does not meet the definition of a realistic peace agreement, at least for the reason that almost no Jordanian citizen knows the State of Israel, and the State of Israel is still called Palestine and not the State of Israel. So peace with Jordan despite the limited openness it still remains seemingly peaceful. And it does not have the elements that make it a perfect peace agreement, which meets the international parameters of comprehensive peace.

And out of complete surprise, Prime Minister Netanyahu manages to tell us about peace agreements of a new kind, ones we did not know before from previous precedents we experienced, peace for peace that is all honey and no sting, which also revealed hypocrisy of those who are not accustomed to peace and free love. Those who even invented price tags that later turned out to be false, and those who argued that there was no war between us and abolished all the benefits of opening diplomatic relations and trade and tourism relations with countries that had hitherto been blocked before us, ignoring public support and unlike all previous agreements. After their leaders as one man and congratulated on peace, and within a few days friendships and collaborations were found between citizens and organizations and businessmen, such peace no one brought except Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whom both the media and the Israeli left try to ignore.

But it can not be further ignored when the peace agreement opens with this clause, “out of a desire to realize the vision of a stable, peaceful and prosperous Middle East for all the countries and peoples of the region, longing for peace, warm relations and diplomats, full cooperation and normalization of relations between them and their peoples. And in accordance with this Convention and to redraw the path to the release of the enormous potential of the two states of the region. ” It is so clear and sharp that it is not conditional on any concessions and not conditioned on any reservations, peace for the peace of the peoples and the stability of the region, which was surprising because the left has not yet heard of such peace.

There are facts that as much as they try to obscure can not be erased, and if we talk about a legacy of peace according to data and facts, then Netanyahu is the man who will leave a legacy of peace worthy of imitation, years of Sisyphean work with great sophistication and secrecy, slowly peeling off obstacles. He injures and leaves all viewers captivated and even confuses them to some extent, and despite the manifestations of hatred and incitement experienced by the Israeli left, he remains faithful to his path to achieving a secure peace, one that will leave future generations an unquestionable legacy.

It is true that since the assassination of Rabin he has become in his absence by the left as an icon of peace and his only legacy is the legacy of peace, but the facts disprove this and as one delves into Rabin’s history, one understands that the legacy of the battle is Rabin’s legacy but certainly not the legacy of peace. Of Rabin by a man who was nicknamed a tireless subversive, and was brought to his attention after going through the God of Return stage so that he could not torpedo or stop, Rabin did not seek a peace agreement because he did not believe it was possible, and to some extent with the Palestinians he was right, and would not be possible Complete the process with the Palestinians because they are not striving for peace.

I do not underestimate Rabin’s value or contribution to the State of Israel and its citizens, and his presentation that Icon Shalom nullifies his value and contribution as a warrior and commander and commander, and this is the legacy Rabin deserves.

About Mendi Safadi

Mendi Safadi, the head of Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Human Rights and Public Relations, is a lecturer and expert in Islamic affairs, terrorism, Syria and the Middle East. He has published numerous articles and served as a political and strategic adviser about the Arab Spring and the Syrian revolution. 

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