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The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

The global struggle is deepening.

The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

In the 21st century, the world is undergoing significant changes.

State administrations are being transformed, and a new form of administration is emerging. The global community recognizes that states that prioritize sustainability will thrive. Democracy is facing challenges, and this process is happening worldwide. 

The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.
The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

Iran has been making statements against Israel for the last 2 weeks. Iran has threatened to respond to Israeli aggression, and then Iran carried out an unsuccessful airstrike against Israel. In this attack, Iran utilized ballistic rockets, cruise missiles, armed drones, and kamikaze drones.


Yesterday, the Israeli war cabinet convened to deliberate on the prospective course of action against Iran. The cabinet will determine the nature of the attack, whether it will be direct or indirect, and whether it will target Iran’s nuclear facilities, its proxies in İraq, Syria, and Lebanon, or its digital infrastructure.


The intensification of plans and projects to end the Iranian presence in İraq, Lebanon, and Syria has once again become a topic of discussion. A new division process has begun in the Middle East. Israel has intermittently launched attacks against strategic targets in Syria, including Iranian military bases and armed militia groups. The objective of these attacks is to convey a message to Iran, urging its withdrawal from Syria.

The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.
The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

The Shiite Crescent project in the Middle East is a cause for concern among all Middle Eastern countries. Iran’s ideology in the Middle East, as expressed through the Shiite sectarian, has led to an endless series of sectarian wars in the Middle East. These wars have resulted in the deaths of many people and the forced displacement of others from their lands. The long-standing nuclear weapons program of Iran now represents a significant risk to the entire Middle East and the wider world. Concurrently, Iran has gained considerable influence and control over Shia countries in the region as a result of its Shia sectarian identity. The new balance of Politics in the Middle East


Iran provides support and utilizes numerous armed organizations in the region in its interests. Iran is attempting to implement the Shiite Crescent project in the region through these organizations.


This represents a significant threat to the security of Arab countries and Israel. When Iran attacked Israel, Jordan, a neighboring country of Israel, demonstrated its support for Israel by shooting down Iranian drones. Several Arab countries have also expressed their support for Israel.


Iran’s direct attack on Israel showed how far Iran can go. 

The Iranian assault on Israel was driven by a dual objective: to reinforce the country’s domestic standing and to enhance its standing with other Shiite proxy forces.

Iran hailed the attack on Israel as a success and said the operation was over

But the real operation starts now.  The new balance of Politics in the Middle East

This highlights the necessity of Western military forces for the protection and stability of the region. Despite the intensification of military industrialization and strengthening efforts in Arab countries, it has become evident that they have not yet reached an adequate level of preparedness. It is therefore imperative that this gap be bridged.


The deployment of Western troops in the region serves to deter Iran, yet, inevitably, such troops will eventually be withdrawn. In light of this, the United States is engaged in the development of a new defense project in the Middle East, in collaboration with Arab countries and Israel.


It is therefore of the utmost importance to implement measures to prevent Iran from launching an attack on any other country in the Middle East, whether directly or through the use of proxy organizations.


International Relations, Threat, and Geopolitics Analyst: Kanan Heydarov

Topic: The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

Data 18.04.2024


The Iran-Israel Middle East struggle.

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