Kassioun Editorial 1107: Palestine’s Presence Continues and Rises
The Palestinian issue is going through its most important and dangerous phase these days since the Nakba, perhaps among the most important features of this stage are the following:
First: The Western powers that have historically supported the Zionist entity are living in a general state of decline at various levels, and implicitly, large segments of humanity as a whole are lining up more and more against these forces that plundered, dominated, and committed crimes through old and new colonialism, and of which “Israel” itself represents one of the ugliest and most barbaric examples of that colonialism. In the context of this general decline, continuing the support and aid that the Zionist entity thrives on has become questionable in principle, and at least it is doubtful that it will continue on the scale it was previously. This will not stop at the expansion of the capabilities of supporting the Palestinian cause at the global level and the decline in the capabilities of the West in assisting and supporting their main base in our region. Rather, it will extend towards practically opening the door to the implementation of international resolutions that have been suspended for decades, in order to reach a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian cause.
Second: Since “Israel” had a relatively early recognition of the development of international balances that we are seeing today, it hastened to obtain normalization agreements to use them to delay and obstruct the effects of changes on it. Before too long, the Arab regimes, which have descended into normalization, realize that it is fortunate for them that they have not completely drowned in normalization with the Zionist entity, and that the reality of matters does not only indicate changes in regional and international balances, but also says that the position of the Arab peoples towards “Israel” did not get affected by the normalization processes, but rather hostility to Zionism and its crimes against the Palestinians, and support for the resistance and heroism of the Palestinians increase day after day.
Third: For the first time in its history, “Israeli” society is witnessing a sharp and unprecedented division, which puts it on the verge of an internal civil war, as a number of its leaders have explicitly expressed. This reflects the deep governance crisis that did not find a solution through five successive governments, which in essence expresses the sum of the Zionist entity’s crises, including the internal divisions within the Western elites themselves, of which the Zionist entity and its elites are nothing but an extension thereof.
Fourth: Despite all attempts to control, and despite the security coordination between the occupation and the Palestinian Authority, the struggle of the Palestinian people has not declined. To the contrary, the struggle has increased, and has increased in vitality and strength, taking new and renewable forms, and carrying a very high energy that confirms that it cannot be contained in any way or form.
These factors combined, among others, make it possible to say that reaching a real, comprehensive, and just solution to the Palestinian cause on the basis of international resolutions, including 181, 242, and 338, is closer than ever.
Moreover, the formed international, regional, and internal situation does not only indicate the historical approach to resolving the Palestinian cause, but also says that if the “Israelis” continue their intransigence, criminality, and their refusal to conform to international resolutions, they will themselves put the issue of the existence or demise of “Israel” on the agenda of the foreseeable future of our region within the travails of crossing into the New World.