The fate of the “Deal of the Century” in light of its Arab and Islamic rejection

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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation rejects the “Deal of the Century” unanimously and considers it biased and unfair, and the launch of the Libyan-Military Committee talks in Geneva under the auspices of the United Nations.

The “Deal of the Century” caused a sensation in the world and in the Middle East, and was welcomed by some countries and their leaders, while some Arab and foreign countries rejected them, as was the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in its extraordinary meeting held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, considering it “biased and adopting the Israeli version.” For the conflict, it lacks the most basic elements of justice and destroys the foundations for peace, “calling on members not to deal with the plan or cooperate with the US administration to implement it.

The consultant and researcher on regional affairs, Ra’at al-Badawi, said in an interview with our program:

“This is the idea of ​​British intelligence since 2012, and for its implementation, few people in the Arab countries posed a threat to its implementation, and the timing of its announcement came to draw attention to the corruption charges facing Netanyahu.”

Libyan affair

Last Monday, the Joint Libyan Military Committee began talks in Geneva, under the auspices of the UN Special Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salama, with the internationally recognized National Accord government and representatives of the Libyan National Army led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

On the prospects for these talks, the Libyan expert Ahmed Jumaa said in an interview with our program:

“The military personnel participating in these talks agreed to a cease-fire in the capital, Tripoli, and the disbanding of armed militias, in preparation for activating the political solution.”

Episode details in the audio recording.

Prepared and presented by: Nagm Kabbas and Emad Al-Tufayli



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