The geopolitical role of the Zionist entity has always been based on the military superiority in the Middle East, which enables ‘Israel’ to control and confiscate the fortune resources and defeat any opposing power.
This role was intended by the Great Britain and the United States of American to be the tool of the world powers to control the Middle East as well as its fortune.
Launching bloody wars, occupying lands, committing massacres, and confiscating resources have enabled the Zionist enemy to play its predefined role for decades.
With the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon in 2000, the curve of the Zionist geopolitical role in the Middle East started to decline. This declination steeped in 2006 when Hezbollah defeated the most powerful military arsenal in the region.
The world sponsors, then, recognized that ‘Israel’ can no longer perform the assigned role, dispatching around 100 thousand terrorists to Syria in order to fight the Syrian army and all the axis of resistance.
In light of the failure of the terrorist war on Syria and its allies as well as the sanctions policy on the Islamic Republic, the United States and the allied governments again recognized that concluding a nuclear agreement with Iran is much more adequate and diminishes their losses.
With the advent of the US President Joe Biden, the nuclear talks with Iran topped his Middle East agenda after the former President Donald Trump withdrew Washington from the deal.
Thus, ‘Israel’ realized a nuclear agreement between Iran and the United States means that Tel Aviv’s geopolitical role in the region will be marginal despite the normalization deals it had concluded with some Arab countries and formed what can be named as the “alliance of the defeated”.
‘Israel’ dispatched its officials to the United States in order to persuade Biden’s administration to refrain from concluding any nuclear deal with Iran and strike the Iranian nuclear facilities instead.
However, the US pragmatism rejected the Israeli suggestions to the extent that Biden refused to hold a phone call with the Zionist prime minister Naftali Benett.
The Zionist circles have always highlighted Israel’s incapability to engage in unilateral war with Iran, indicating that the Israeli army has not carried out the required drills and preparations to launch an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.
As a result, ‘Israel’ failed to push the US into a war with Iran and showed did not obtain the needed power to strike Iran unilaterally. So, it pursued the path of raiding various targets in Syria where several geopolitical lines intersect in an attempt to involve the entire Middle East in a comprehensive war. In other words, the Israelis are trying to lure the axis of resistance into an all-out war that helps Tel Aviv to reach its aims.
According to the Zionists, a comprehensive war will give ‘Israel’ a chance to strike the Iranian nuclear program without engaging in a unilateral war with the Islamic Republic which has vowed to respond forcefully to any Israeli attack.