Normalisation by Gulf States is different

When the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat signed the Camp David Accords with Israel in 1978, the people of Egypt were not ready for it. However, his limited knowledge of governance and administration, as a former army officer, prompted him to say that the US holds 99 per cent of the cards in the Middle East. This mindset afflicted Egypt with many catastrophes, not least the political tyranny that his predecessor Gamal Abdel Nasser imposed on the country. Sadat signed an agreement with Egypt's enemy without popular support. More than 40 years later, the general public continue to reject everything related to the occupation state. Despite attempts to discredit the Palestinian people and the resistance movements, their cause remains in … Continue reading Normalisation by Gulf States is different