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Deal of the Century from the viewpoint of western critics
The Fact, S2 Ep45
Deal of the Century from the viewpoint of western critics
In the 45th episode of The Fact, we have analysed US goals for designing Deal of the Century, Arabs betrayal to Palestine, global reactions and the possibility of accomplishment of the deal in the presence of analysts from US and Brazil.
MWFpress -In the 45th episode of The Fact, we have analysed US goals for designing Deal of the Century, Arabs betrayal to Palestine, global reactions and the possibility of accomplishment of the deal in the presence of analysts from US and Brazil.

Guests:

* Paul Larudee
Political activist, Founder of Free Gaza Movement
USA



* Paul Antonopoulos
Political analyst and commentator
Brazil / Australia



View full conference video on YouTube





Questions asked at the conference:
1- What does Trump seek by proposing the deal of the century?
2- How much do you think this deal is based or against international laws?
3- What s your analysis about global reaction toward this deal?
4- Why some Arab countries including Bahrain and Emirates supported the project called " deal of the century"?
5- Do you think this project or deal will be possible?
6- What s your analysis about the situation of resistance block in the region after assassination of general Soleimani and Abu  Mahdi Almuhandes? And do you think Palestine freedom will be possible now?

* Paul Larudee
Political activist, Founder of Free Gaza Movement
USA

1. What does Trump seek by proposing the Deal of the century?
Trump has since the beginning of his administration aligned himself very strongly with the most extreme Zionists so we can expect that this so-called deal of the century will be totally in line with the objectives of those Zionists and that's exactly what's happening it is basically pushing forward the Zionist dream of a territory with only Jews in it and nothing non Jewish about its character or even its history and to once again constrict Palestinians even more than before to smaller spaces to tighter restrictions to fewer resources. Basically it's an attempt to eliminate them and to get them to leave or to provoke them into doing something that will cause even greater reaction by the Zionist forces against them.

2. How much do you think this deal is based or against international laws?
The deal of so-called deal of the century is not based on international law except in the sense that is it is against international law as it breaks almost every international law that it can break.

3. What's your analysis about global reaction toward this deal?

The United States and Israel and Trump in particular don't much care for the global reaction to the so-called deal of the century. There are many countries that are on the side of the Palestinians and against the Israelis and even those that are not explicitly against the Israelis feel that the Israelis have gone too far. Israel and the United States are expecting that the global reaction will be to criticize them even to condemn them but there will be no practical consequences to any of this. When there's some practical consequence that they fear more than world condemnation for what they do and I don't see any reaction of that kind coming forward.


* Paul Antonopoulos
Political analyst and commentator
Brazil / Australia

1. Why some Arab countries including Bahrain and Emirates supported the project called "deal of the century"?
The Palestinian issue has become a distraction and an ongoing problem that they want it resolved in any way possible whether it be through the so-called deal of the century or some other compromise between the Palestinians and the Zionist entity.

2. Do you think this project or deal will be possible?
The U.S. knows the so-called deal of the century would be completely rejected by the Palestinians and also by other major regional powers in the region such as Iran and even Turkey. It was never the intentions for this deal to become possible but rather a mechanism to portray the Palestinians as uncompromising and irrational to the international community in trying to resolve the Palestinian issue.

3. What's your analysis about the situation of resistance block in the region after assassination of general Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Almuhandes? And do you think Palestine freedom will be possible now?

Iran was fully prepared for the martyrdom of general Soleimani and his martyrdom will make no difference to resistance efforts. Cultures and theological teachings of martyrdom ensure that the assassination of one person cannot hinder efforts of resistance. Although the martyrdom of Soleimani has not affected efforts for Palestine freedom, the harsh truth is that the freedom of Palestine is still far off and this will continue to be far off so long as Arab countries with the exception of Syria of course are against the resistance and they are making no efforts for Palestine to be free. And as long as their disunited and focusing on Iran rather than focusing on Israel, we will not see the liberation of Palestine.

It’s worthy to mention that this video conference is held regularly with several international subjects inviting various activists and analysts from different countries.
(see the archive of The Fact web conferences)
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