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Behind scenes, Arab leaders signal annexation OK – 在幕后,阿拉伯领导人暗示兼并

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Behind scenes, Arab leaders signal annexation OK
While publicly warning Israel not to move forward with annexation, some Arab world leaders are accepting the plan behind the scenes.

By Lauren Marcus, World Israel News

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to formally annex parts of the Jordan Valley and Judea and Samaria has sparked a public outcry from the Arab world.

Arab world leaders warned that annexation, which is slated to move forward as early as July 1, could lead to civil unrest, regional instability, and violence.

Last week, King Abdullah II of Jordan spoke to German newspaper Der Spiegel and threatened that “Israeli annexation of the Jordan Valley and West Bank territories could lead Jerusalem and Amman to clash, and may lead to cancellation of the Oslo Accords and the collapse of the Palestinian Authority.”

But behind the scenes, Arab world leaders tell a very different story.

According to Israel Hayom, the rulers of Arab states including Jordan, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia are quietly accepting the annexation plan, despite public statements condemning Israel’s actions.

A senior Jordanian government official said to Israel Hayom, “King Abdullah gave a speech a few days ago for Jordanian Independence Day, discussing the kingdom’s tremendous achievements since its founding and its success in fighting the coronavirus pandemic within Jordan.”

“The only thing the king did not mention in his speech was Jordan’s official position on annexation of the valley and parts of the West Bank. In the interview he gave to the German newspaper, the king refused to declare that annexation would cancel the peace agreement with Israel. His silence on the matter is for a number of reasons.”

“If Jordan suspends or cancels the peace agreement, its position of authority over the holy sites of Islam in Jerusalem will be harmed. The king also prefers to see the western border of the kingdom [the Jordan Valley] under the rule of Israeli military forces, rather than Palestinian forces or rebel forces,” the official said to Israel Hayom.

“With respect for Palestinian interests, the Jordanian national interest is more important to the king. He wants to continue maintaining the kingdom’s status in Jerusalem and good relations with Washington and President Trump.”

According to the same Jordanian official, the king does not want to see Palestinian unrest in Jordan, which would endanger the royal family. “We’ve seen what’s been happening in the West Bank since Abbas stopped the security coordination with Israel. There is great concern in Ramallah that Hamas and the West Bank militants will take over, like in the Gaza Strip. We don’t want to see a repeat of what happened in Gaza after disengagement.”

“Jordan will continue to voice its official stance against the annexation plan, mainly through public statements by the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister, and the King will allow the annexation plan to minimize damage to Jordan’s interests.”

A senior Egyptian security official told Israel Hayom that many Arab world leaders “see Iran and the impending threat of Shi’ite Iranian hegemony in the Middle East and are more concerned about that than the Palestinian issue. The United States and Israel have great weight in the fight against Iran.”

A senior Saudi diplomat close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said to Israel Hayom, “The official Arab position will always be against any move that infringes on the rights of the Palestinians for an independent state or hurts the Palestinian national interest.”

“But with all due respect to the several dozen Palestinians living in the Jordan Valley, Arab countries such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Jordan will not endanger their relationship with the Trump administration for them.”

“Our assumption is that Trump will win the election and continue for a second term. The Palestinians have failed to take advantage of the sympathetic government they had during the Obama era. It’s time for Abu Mazen and the old guard leadership to realize that their global and regional interests are changing once again,” the Saudi source said.

“If they again miss an opportunity to establish an independent and sovereign state alongside Israel, because of annexation of the valley and some of the settlements, they will remain with nothing for another 20 years.”

在幕后,阿拉伯领导人暗示兼并

一些阿拉伯世界领导人在公开警告以色列不要推进吞并的同时,也在幕后接受这一计划。

劳伦马库斯,世界以色列新闻

内塔尼亚胡总理正式吞并约旦河谷部分地区以及朱迪亚和萨马利亚的计划引发了阿拉伯世界的公开抗议。

阿拉伯世界领导人警告说,最早将于7月1日推进的兼并可能导致内乱、地区不稳定和暴力。

上周,约旦国王阿卜杜拉二世接受德国《明镜》报采访,威胁说,“以色列吞并约旦河谷和西岸领土可能导致耶路撒冷和安曼发生冲突,并可能导致奥斯陆协定取消和巴勒斯坦权力机构垮台。”

但在幕后,阿拉伯世界领导人讲述了一个截然不同的故事。

据以色列哈伊姆称,包括约旦、埃及和沙特阿拉伯在内的阿拉伯国家的统治者正在悄悄接受吞并计划,尽管他们公开声明谴责以色列的行为。

约旦政府一名高级官员对以色列哈伊姆说,“阿卜杜拉国王几天前在约旦独立日发表讲话,讨论了约旦王国成立以来取得的巨大成就以及在约旦境内抗击冠状病毒大流行的成功。”

“国王在讲话中唯一没有提到的是约旦关于吞并山谷和西岸部分地区的官方立场。在接受德国报纸采访时,国王拒绝宣布吞并将取消与以色列的和平协议。他对此事保持沉默有许多原因。”

“如果约旦暂停或取消和平协定,它对耶路撒冷伊斯兰圣地的权威地位将受到损害。这位官员对以色列哈伊姆说:“国王还希望看到王国(约旦河谷)的西部边界在以色列军队的统治下,而不是巴勒斯坦军队或反叛力量的统治下。”。

“在尊重巴勒斯坦利益方面,约旦国家利益对国王更为重要。他希望继续保持王国在耶路撒冷的地位,并与华盛顿和特朗普总统保持良好关系。”

据同一约旦官员说,国王不希望看到巴勒斯坦在约旦发生动乱,这将危及王室。“自从阿巴斯停止与以色列的安全协调以来,我们已经看到西岸发生了什么。拉马拉非常担心哈马斯和西岸激进分子将接管,就像加沙地带一样。我们不希望看到加沙脱离接触后发生的事情重演。”

“约旦将主要通过总理和外交部长的公开声明,继续表达反对兼并计划的官方立场,国王将允许兼并计划尽量减少对约旦利益的损害。”

埃及一名高级安全官员对以色列哈伊姆说,许多阿拉伯世界领导人“看到伊朗和什叶派伊朗在中东霸权的威胁迫在眉睫,比巴勒斯坦问题更担心这个问题。美国和以色列在打击伊朗的斗争中有很大的份量。”

沙特一位接近王储穆罕默德·本·萨勒曼的高级外交官对以色列哈伊姆说,“阿拉伯官方立场永远反对任何侵犯巴勒斯坦人建立独立国家权利或损害巴勒斯坦民族利益的行动。”

“但尽管对居住在约旦河谷的几十名巴勒斯坦人表示了应有的尊重,但沙特阿拉伯、埃及、阿联酋和约旦等阿拉伯国家不会因为他们而危及他们与特朗普政府的关系。”

“我们的假设是,特朗普将赢得选举,并继续连任。巴勒斯坦人未能利用他们在奥巴马时代的同情政府。现在是阿布·马赞和老卫队领导人认识到他们的全球和地区利益再次发生变化的时候了,”沙特消息人士说。

“如果他们因为吞并山谷和一些定居点而再次错失与以色列一道建立一个独立主权国家的机会,他们将在今后20年内一无所获。”

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