Hamas and Iran Relations: Disrupted Middle East Peace in the Axis of Israel, Turkey, and Arab Countries

Before Hamas’s attack on Israel 20 days prior, Erdogan and Netanyahu, who hadn’t met for many years, came together at the New York Turkish House.

Trade between the two countries was at its peak.

During the meeting, it was decided to sign an energy agreement that would change the balance in the Middle East and the Mediterranean.

Additionally, the two leaders had planned reciprocal visits between their countries.

Before Hamas’s attacks, Israel had, for the first time in history, approached Arab countries, signed friendship agreements, and initiated talks for Middle East peace. Various plans and programs had been prepared with Arab countries. The peace process in Palestine was underway. Plans were being made for Palestinians to work as civil servants in Israel government institutions.

Until the Hamas attack.

This attack destroyed everything and brought humanity to the brink of World War III.

The trade between Turkey, Arab countries, and Israel, as well as the peace initiatives in the Middle East, were only disturbing one country.

That country was Iran!

Iran nurtured, prepared, orchestrated proxy wars through Hamas, and dragged humanity into murder and oppression for its influence and hegemony in the Middle East.

Written by Umut GUNER.

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