The Middle East Peace Process is falling into pieces. This imaginary theory was meant to be materialized rather than to stay only in our imaginations. For a long time, the leaders in the regions have made many obligations and none has been executed except for few hand shakes and photo-opportunities. The area has undergone declarations and many summits and yet folks on the earth have observed more of the same: massacres, settlements, destructions, bombs, occupation and all non-peaceful activities. Now close to two decades of patting on the rear and grins to cameras, where is the so called road map heading under the tutelage of America, Russia and also the European Union?

Looking at the bright side, we see the arch enemies of the past are talking to one another. Israel was acknowledged by few Arab countries and Palestinians created what is thus called “The Palestinian Authority” in the part of West Bank and Gaza. Jordan and Egypt established diplomatic relationships and signed peace treaties.

Yet this peace remains fragile and cold, although few statesmen might be rewarded by these achievements with the Nobel Prize for Peace. No warm relationship nurtured and was discovered between the Israeli citizens and also the individuals of Arab neighbors who prefer to make peace on governmental level. Trade between the threesome states of Israel, Egypt and Jordan is disappointing. Mistrust is still omnipresent despite the frequent visits between high ranking officials. Israel spying has been captured by Egypt and accusations of arms smuggling into Gaza is prevalent from the Egyptian borders.

Syria has unwillingly attended the seminar at low level delegates to appease other Arab states like Egypt and Saudi Arabia and also to smooth relationship together with the America along with the West. Palestinians received, as on past occasions, several commitments and promises and they will turn out to be shelved for conventions or future governments.

Considering that the finish of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, the predominant line of thinking concerning Middle Eastern terrorism is the fact that it had been a result of Israeli “occupation.” Even as such terrorism have been happening long before that war, the idea of “vocation” grew tremendously hip in international circles and drowned out all other explanations. It also offered a tantalyzingly approach that was easy to peace: Israel could trade land for peace.

The “Occupation Theory” triumphed, in part, as the alternative of an existential fight was much worse to consider. Such a basic foundation of battle is far more immune to diplomacy. Recent events have all but doomed the Occupation Hypothesis. Instead, it has become ever more clear that Islamist rejectionism–an unyielding rejection of Israel’s legitimacy and right to exist on what has been defined as religious grounds –is what drives Middle Eastern terrorism.

He also warned, “There could be lulls in the fighting… But those periods of calm will be just respites.” The existential fight will continue and Israel’s enemies will raise the banner of their radical interpretations of Islam and push ahead with their objectives to build a brand new Middle East that excludes Israel. That’s the reality which is driving Middle Eastern terrorism, also it has little to do with “occupation.”

If “occupation” were the origin of the terrorism, one might have anticipated Hezbollah to disappear in Lebanon and Qassam rocket attacks to stop from the Gaza Strip. Instead, Hezbollah used the following six years to obtain more powerful arms using a longer-range. From the Gaza Strip, Palestinian terrorists fired more than 500 Qassam rockets into Israel. The so-called “profession” was over, but the terrorism most certainly was not.

An evaluation of the statements from the terrorist groups’ leaders, their activities, along with the rejectionism that underpins these groups is vividly highlighted by the Hamas Charter. Recent katyusha strikes on Haifa and Nahariya carried out by Hezbollah have been extensively described as assaults to the “Haifa, Nahariya settlement.” Both cities lie within Israel’s 1948 borders and are not, at all, post-’67 War resolutions.

The phrase Middle East and the word peace are really so contradictory that when put together they become an oxymoron. An oxymoron, as defined by the American Heritage Dictionary, is “a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined”. There are very few things in this world which are more contradictory than the words “Middle East peace.”

There would still not be peace in the Middle East even in the event the fundmentalist Islamics were able to destroy every Christian and Jew in the whole world. Islam has several sects, ie: Shia, Sunni, Sufi, Kahrijite, Wahhabi, Nizari (also called “Assassins”) and more. Many sects believe that followers of other sects are non believers because they follow the incorrect sect. The sole thing that keeps them from ruining each other is the old saying, ‘an enemy of my enemy is my friend’. So long as there are Jews and Christians to hate, they will leave each other alone.

Ever since the State Of Israel was acknowledged by the United Nations, the Arab states have been striving to “push Israel into the sea”. Many Arab leaders have openly stated that “they will never be filled until Israel no longer exists”. The Palestinian terrorists that use murder bombers, car bombs and rockets to maim and kill innocent Jewish women and youngsters are openly supported by many Arab leaders. They even consider the killing of Westerners an extra incentive. Since many fundamentalists believe that “unbelievers are enemies of Allah and they’ll roast in hell” and that “the idolators are unclean”, they consider that ‘unbelievers’ and ‘hypocrites’ are less than human and that their lives are worthless. The fundamentalists think that it’s their obligation to punish the unbelievers wherever they find them.

The problem is the fundamentalists are so harsh and so pitiless that a lot of peace seeking Muslims in the Arab world are scared to cross them, fearful that they’re going to be considered ‘friends’ or ‘hypocrites’ and punished appropriately. Therefore, they keep quiet as well as the fundamentalists continue to rule the Arab world. The few Arabs that do attempt to stand up for true peace typically wind up in prison or dead.