On the nineteenth of November 1977, the plane of the former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat (1918-1981) arrived at Lod Airport, which the Israeli occupation seized after the British left and turned it to Ben Gurion Airport. Sadat was received by senior leaders of the occupying Zionist entity, their aides and representatives of The Western world, the Arab leader came down, smiling at the Israeli faces that had always been captured by images of displacement and fear, surrounded by yesterday’s enemies and repentant killers, the President of Egypt walked with his hands open for peace, an amputated peace with no meaning to a reality that began to change the features of his geography since the Palestinian Nakba in 1948, a visit that had an impact Extensive applause on those who were elated and wagered on the bending of the Arab world to the Israeli occupation, and in its justifying language, Sadat addressed the audience inside the Occupation Knesset, expressing the “violence of surprise” that might not appeal to many Arabs and Jews, to respond to them, saying:
I am ready to go to the end of the world “to tell the truth.
Israel is out of place
It is a historic and pivotal moment in the history of the Arab struggle against the Zionist occupation of Arab and Palestinian lands, but against the Western colonial legacy, which left behind a righteous son who mastered the killing, displacement and extermination, and perhaps the matter went beyond being a people’s struggle against invaders who wanted to plunder their wealth and the good of their land, beyond the limits of humanity. And cultural values, it is the process of replacing one people with another people, erasing their historical and cultural memories and replacing them with racist settler ones.
The speech was spreading peace in (Israel) as if the Palestinians had an existing state with borders and international recognition, although Sadat set foot on Palestinian Arab land, but he preferred to recognize a “colonial entity” as a gift from him to the Jewish people and extreme right-wing groups, bypassing human history. The Palestinian struggle against the British and Zionist occupation was a selfish policy that went beyond the borders of Arab solidarity with the Palestinian cause, and opened the door to the Hebrew house whose windows were closed in the face of Arab-Israeli reconciliation with every Palestinian uprising in which hundreds of defenseless civilians are wiped out.
Today we stand “out of place” far from Palestine, as if we are strangers to that land and its historic struggle, to see what the beds look like for many who favored the revolution and Venice and broke the olive branch over surrender, hoping that the settlements and occupation tanks would stop spreading terror and destruction in Gaza and Jerusalem, and make it Lonely, faded lands inhabited by death and fear, Palestine of history and people called upon Arab politicians to complete what Zionism began in terms of displacement and permissibility of the right to life and live, and to stand on the lookout for every popular uprising that sends on the fronts of confrontation and resistance the euphoria of resistance and victory, but these are the meanings of those who mobilize freedom in human molds and cited in basements. Injustice and tyranny, and prepare every hope for change and reform to say: No … to yesterday’s enemy.
Had it not been for the sadists of the bourgeoisie and the masters of the ongoing agreements, the Israeli occupation policy of the Arab region would not have borne devastating disasters, as with every Arab setback and international collusion on the rights of the Palestinian people, to freedom, justice and dignity, the illusory thinking platforms of the occupation’s power and its ability to restore peace and preserve borders and international treaties, and the more they increase The strength of the Zionist occupation entity increased the devastation it was planting around it, and perhaps the Lebanon war in 1982 was a foretaste of what could not arouse suspicion in the hearts of those loyal to the cause of ending colonialism and getting rid of it, that the Israeli occupation entity needed a “peace of calm.”In order for it to expand on a larger and more comprehensive scale, and to invade Arab lands in which he can see what he sees in the Palestinians inside, so that the kidnapping, assassination and looting operations expand outside the place.These terrorist operations of the occupation did not stop even after the Palestinian Authority, led by the late President Yasser Arafat, concluded the Oslo Agreement in 1993, following Egyptian pressure. It would not have been if it had not been for the Palestinian Authority’s weaponry as well, joining the dilapidated Arab fold.
Lean years full of treachery and deceit for the Arab and Islamic nation were enough to turn the enemy of the earth and humanity into a Muslim friend of honor and identity, and in which speeches of a common destiny become stale papers stained with the blood of freedom and justice. The “central issue” of humanity no longer preoccupies many of those who waited for the “Arab dream” to be fulfilled. New colonial tanks roam many streets in Iraq and the Levant, with their drones scattering the ashes of democracy over heads that stripped them of their humanity and their right to life. The Arab League does not move as much as it is concerned with the “peace initiatives” and the normalization agreements that legalized the settlement of Jews. It suffices to condemn and denounce the words and speeches to forget the occupation’s bombing of Gaza with fire bombs. As the bulls no longer cry for the escape of their leader, they have shared the bonds of his betrayal and brought him all the barn.
Today it seems clear enough to understand the reasons for normalization and justify treason. After the Arab Spring and the uprising of its peoples against injustice and tyranny, the expansion of the Shiite crescent in the Middle East and the growth of its military influence, the ruling bourgeoisie took a shameful stance against the aspirations of their peoples for liberation. The burial of the hopes of its people for emancipation, and the Zionist occupation was watching its agents to put an end to any Palestinian uprising that would move the revolution inside Palestine. However, the Arab rulers chose to resign themselves to Zionism in order to preserve their positions of power through settlement deals, so they sold what they did not possess and bought what was not sustainable, and they forgot The history of Palestine is carved on a tinplate laid in Jerusalem, carried by the souls of the exiled and oppressed.
Arab and Muslim leaders who are eager for normalization do not look at the minarets of Jerusalem, how they groan at the crimes of the Zionist occupation, as the inheritance of the government and the country blinded them to the “Israeli-American alliance” to dry up the sources of Arab power, and were it not for the Palestinian people’s struggle to preserve what remains of its geographical borders, hoping to be restored The national bourgeoisie has the “moral boundaries” swept away by the comprador bubble, when there is nothing left for an Arab ruler to give to Zionism but trade and economic exchanges that increase the occupation power (rejecting any arms deal for petro-dollar consumption regimes) that would change the equation of the superiority of military occupation.