Unity in the Middle East; its necessities and obstacles
There are many reasons that unity amongst Islamic countries, especially in the Middle East is necessary.
Cultural interests and warnings, economics, politics, and the military of Islamic countries, especially in the Middle East, call for unity and congruent opinions more than ever.
The main reason that the powers from outside of the region have been able to spread their the area of their interests to most parts of the world especially in the cultural, economic, and strategic region of the Islamic world is the fear factor; the threats in the Middle East.
Richard Nixon in his famous book Seize the Moment, which can be considered his political will, advises western leaders, especially American ones by saying that the Persian Gulf provides for 65 percent of the oil interests of western countries and that it is predicted that in the next 25 years it will be the only place where oil is pumped; therefore there is no other option except presence and fighting in that region.
The west, with America in the lead, has exerted all of their energy and experience in reaching their cultural, economic, and political goals to prevent unity in the Islamic world.
Nixon, in the same book, advises that if America wants to be active in the Islamic world, its politicians must have plans in the field of theological fighting and nationality.
American and English diplomatic agencies by creating animosity and a poisonous attitude amongst Islamic countries have spread distrust in the Middle East. The Dependence and ignorance of some materialist and spiritual leaders regarding these countries has added to the deadly fire.
The satanic policy of â€˜divide and ruleâ€™ has been implemented by American political and intelligence agencies after the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran in the Middle East. The victory of the Islamic Revolution is a main concern for America, England, and Israel because it woke up Muslims in most parts of the Islamic world â€“ from Yugoslavia to Morocco to Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and the numerous countries of central Asia.
Hardy Roger a western sociologist in one of his analytical articles wrote with worry and astonishment that it was interesting that in every Islamic country that he visited he was faced with the strength of the Islamic movement. He said that Turkey was the most secular of the countries that he visited, but, that he did not expect Islam to be alive as much as it was in the countries that he visited. He said that a change has taken place in the third world; a change that the west is unable to stop.
It is because of this that America uses all of its power imaginable to prevent unity in the Islamic world. Evidence (of course the little evidence in comparison which has been leaked) shows that the most widespread action in this regard was Americaâ€™s backing of the Baâ€™athist-Zionist Saddam Husseinâ€™s government to get into a war with Iran. This war was started with two major goals: one, if possible to overturn the Islamic revolution and the new government which just came into power, and two, if the first goal is not accomplished, to control the Muslim awakening taking place in the region. As events in the Islamic world show, America and its foreign and domestic feigns have been unable to achieve either one of these goals. Saddamâ€™s attack on Iran and Kuwait occurred under the advice of America â€“ the Jew Kissinger was the main planner for the Iraq war against Iran and Rumsfeld was the executor, according to evidence.