A crack in the U.S.-Sionist axis

By | September 13, 2019
A crack in the U.S.-Sionist axis

Researcher Abdel Hei Zulu believes that there is a secret alliance between the U.S.-zionist forces and some Arab regimes that serves Israel’s national security interests. They consider the annexation of additional occupied territories and the struggle against Iran and its allies, which pose a threat to the national security of American hegemony, as the key to this security.
Rai Al Youm (Lebanon): U.S.-Zionist Axis

The U.S.-Zionist Axis is an alliance that includes the United States, the Israeli occupiers, and some Arab regimes, and is led by the White House and Tel Aviv-led zionists. The alliance was secret, but Benjamin Netanyahu announced it after the signing of the Egyptian and Jordanian gas agreements. “The Israeli-Jordanian agreement is part of a Middle East deal to strengthen economic ties and security cooperation between Israel and moderate states as part of a strategic alliance whose secrecy is disturbances and other events in the region,” Netanyahu was quoted as saying by an Israeli newspaper. After signing the gas agreement with Egypt, Netanyahu said, “This historic agreement will bring Israel billions of dollars and strengthen national security, the economy and our regional ties.”

Thus, there is a secret alliance between the U.S.-zionist forces and some Arab regimes that serves Israel’s national security interests. They consider the annexation of additional occupied territories to be the key to this security and the struggle against Iran and its allies, which they see as a threat to the national security of the Zionist entity and American hegemony.

The view around the deal of the century is another episode of normalization, mainly to promote a U.S.-visionary alliance with Arab zionists. Any deal and any peace is an attempt to transfer Jerusalem from those who did not own it, those who have no right to it, and the silence of the Arab zionists is a well-established phenomenon and in fact, means approval. Then what will remain of the peace after the annexation of the Golan and Netanyahu’s promise to annex the Jordan Valley, which represents 30% of the West Bank and its settlements? At the same time, his Excellency President Abbas will preserve half a square kilometer of territory, declaring his powers and the role of the chief negotiator for the sovereignty of this piece of land!

What will be left of the Arab regimes, which surrendered to the mercy of the sione? They call the resistance fighters seeking to return to their homes, to their farms and lands, terrorists, but is there a difference between those who make 2 million refugees in Gaza hungry? Does it matter that some of them speak Arabic and others speak Hebrew?

In the recent confrontation between the Lebanese resistance (Hezbollah) and the occupiers, the first since their aggression against the three Arab countries, did anyone see the difference between the statements of the Israeli war machine and a number of Arab countries in the address of those Arab peoples who were attacked?

The deal between Netanyahu, Trump, and Kushner, dubbed the “deal of the century,” is nothing more than an open statement about the existence of an alliance of Jewish Zionists, Christians, and Arab zionists. clinical death, and as soon as they do their job, the zionist and American allies will get rid of them. Accused of collaborating with hostile forces not only the Shah of Iran and Suharto but also Hosni Mubarak and Zin al-Abidine Ben Ali. Muslims will not spare those who tacitly agree to storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Prophet Ibrahim Mosque in Hebron as if nothing had happened!
In these turbulent days, the Arab League discusses trials against the television channel, as did the Byzantine synods, when the armies of Mehmed the Conqueror stood at the gates of Constantinople in 1453: “Male or female angels? How many angels are placed on the tip of the needle?”


Resistance denotes its axis and landmarks.

While the zionist-American alliance with The Arab States is openly asserting itself, the resistance has also announced a crossroads between the countries, organizations, and parties of the Axis and Iran. Even if the Arab regimes openly and without shame cooperate with the occupier on Arab lands, the resistance clearly does not feel embarrassed about the alliance with the Islamic State (a terrorist organization banned in the territory of the Russian Federation. with which has common interests. This is evidenced by the words of Hassan Nasrallah, who in recent days Ashura stated that Tehran was behind the resistance forces and any attack on a member of the alliance was an attack on all its members. In fact, the statement about the alliance of the resistance forces was made even before it became known about the conclusion of the deal of the century.

A crack in the U.S.-Zionist axis

There are clear signs of a split in the alliance of Americans and zionists.

It seems that President Trump, who came to power without any foreign policy experience, after two and a half years as president, has finally come to the conclusion that the policies recommended by the Jewish zionists (Kushner and Greenblatt) and Christian zionists (Bolton) brought him to a standstill. The policy of maximum pressure and sanctions against Venezuela, North Korea, and Iran failed, and it was thanks to it that the United States was involved in wars around the world. When Bolton urged him to stand up to Iran, more than 200 generals, politicians, and experts opposed it. They tried to convince Trump that Bolton’s advice would trigger a disastrous war against the United States. His recommendations for a deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan were the latest straw to break the camel’s back.

U.S. Arab allies who incited Trump against Iran have found that he will not wage war to protect them. They fled with their left foot on one side of the Gulf and the right leg on the other.

Proxy wars against the axis of resistance have failed everywhere. Hundreds of billions of dollars were spent to overthrow the regime in Syria, but it regained power.

The war in Yemen has turned into a struggle of the blocs within the coalition itself. The alliance against Yemenis is divided.

The largest military force in NATO after the United States is the Turkish army, and Ankara is now engaged in a strategic confrontation with Washington in the wake of the coup attempt against Erdogan. Disagreements between the parties have now reached unprecedented levels. A key NATO partner buys air defense systems from Russia and is even considering buying modern Russian aircraft, and the United States is cooperating with Turkey’s enemies, Kurdish forces.

Some of America’s allies are fighting each other, as in the case of Qatar. Then more.

The Prime Minister of the zionist hearth is hiding in a shelter after launching a rocket from Gaza, and his army is retreating 7 kilometers from the Lebanese border for fear of a response from the resistance forces. Netanyahu himself promises to seize and annex other lands, and his Arab allies are coming together in the Arab League.


Today, the balance of power has clearly changed in favor of the axis of resistance, and peoples have begun to realize that the power taken away can only be returned by force. Our apologies to Chief Negotiator Abbas.