The Middle East has witnessed a century of turmoil and transformation since the British government issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917, expressing its support for the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine. The declaration, which was made during World War I, contradicted previous agreements with Arab leaders and sparked decades of conflict between Jews and Arabs over the fate of the land.
The creation of Israel in 1948, following a war with its Arab neighbours, led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and the emergence of a refugee crisis that persists to this day. Several wars and peace efforts followed, but none resolved the core issues of the conflict, such as borders, security, settlements, Jerusalem, and the rights of Palestinians.
In recent years, however, a new wave of diplomatic initiatives has reshaped the regional landscape and opened new possibilities for cooperation and coexistence. The Abraham Accords, mediated by the United States and signed in 2020 and 2021, normalised relations between Israel and four Arab countries: the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan. These agreements marked a historic breakthrough in Arab-Israeli relations, as they recognized Israel’s sovereignty and enabled the establishment of full diplomatic ties.
The Abraham Accords increased the miseries of Palestinians people and the unending violence and Israeli aggression has been increased.
The Abraham Accords have also faced multiple challenges and criticism from various quarters. The real stakeholders are Palestinians, who have denounced them as a betrayal of their cause and a violation of their rights.
The use of brutal force and the Israeli occupations of Palestine territory never stopped and under the behest of Abraham Accord Israel war crimes moving up to the next level of apartheid regime.
The Balfour Declaration and the Abraham Accords represent two hilarious events in the history of the Middle East. They illustrate how external powers can shape the destiny of the region on comprising Palestinians blood.
Under the latest Israeli aggression and attack on Al Aqsa mosque hinted that Israeli aggression of Palestinians genocide will not stop and a strong Muslim unity in Middle East inevitable to stop Israel war crimes.