Constants and Variables in the Arab-Israeli Struggle and the Form of the Next War

Constants and Variables in the Arab-Israeli Struggle and the Form of the Next War

  • 25 February 2001

The speaker said that Arab imperatives were gradually
abandoned due to variables in the Arab-Israeli conflict, as
evidenced in the recognition of Israel, the abandonment
of the three “No’s” of the Khartoum conference and
the lack of opposition to the rescinding of the UN
resolution equating Zionism with racism. He added that
the unchanging realities are the inevitable struggle of the
Arab–Israeli conflict, as Israel has emerged as the result
of occupation, racist colonization and its dependence on
a foreign power—ensuring that the conflict endures, as
its nature is both civilizational and national.
Mussalem considered that the Arab–Israeli war
did not stop, but continues with means of lower intensity
and violence. Confrontation in the future may take
the form of a popular liberation war, electronic and
information warfare, air and missile strikes or limited
operations.

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Sunday 25 February 2001

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Sunday 25 February 2001

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