ü Most of the
countries that margin the Persian Gulf have huge reserves of crude oil, with sovereigns of the Arabian Peninsula in particular profiting economically
from petroleum exports.
ü The term
“Western world” is sometimes interchangeably used with the term First World or developed countries, stressing the difference
between First World and the Third World or developing countries.
ü It may be
tempting to simplify the conflict as a battle of the West against Islam, just
as it is tempting to overstate its origins in the history of Western interference
and foreign policy.
ü The West
has supported or installed corrupt rulers in several Arab states. They
give us control of the oil and in return we keep them in power with arms and
ü The first time a
Western power got interested in the politics of oil in the Middle East was
toward the end of 1914, when British soldiers landed at Basra, in southern
Iraq, to protect oil supplies from neighbouring Persia.
Red Line Agreement and the involvement of America
in the Middle East.
Categorizing countries as rich oil or les oil,
this is what they value. It is not about human rights or stabilizing the
They sell their products specially weapons to eastern
countries, they also supply lots of heavy weapons to Israel as well in order to
keep it safe from neighbouring countries.
They fight to have access to oil resources in the
middle which is the greatest source of oil in the world.
They do whatever they can to preserve their
interest, take the example sanctions in Iran which is a threat for US.
De-democratization as a strategy to keep the
region stable and manageable, de-democratization of Iran which was made by Dr.
Keep the ruler in their side and have access to
ü Al-Qaeda and its associates should not be given
the opportunity to exploit chaos and vacuums of authority to re-establish
footholds in the region.
The countless peoples and nation-states of the
Middle East have all experienced different
decolonization and independence processes. While Islam is a common factor that
binds together these peoples and nations, there are many regional cultural dissimilarities
as well. Each of these nations follows different routes toward development,
modernization, social change, and economic growth. The issue of Occupied
Palestine remains a contentious and unresolved agenda that has made lasting
peace in the region impossible. Arab nations are bound together by the politics
of Arab distinctiveness, but this can be a nebulous connection at times. For
their part, Iran and Turkey have national identities that are remarkably
different from those of Arab nations. As far as relations between the Middle
East and the rest of the world are concerned, the countries and peoples of the
region see themselves as part of a larger total, yet wish to stay independent
and to develop at their own pace and in their own way. Considering the above
following recommendation can be made:
Western world whether it is US , UK, France or
any other one should take into account the benefits of eastern world, don’t
destroy lives of people in this region by the name of human rights, regional
stability which has been a abusive weapon for decades and ruined millions in
the region like Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, etc.
Arabic rulers should stop keeping people blind
and focus on education. It is shame for them as their rulers.
Countries in the east should not part from each
other and don’t be deceived by lies of west, for that they should work on
similarities of Islam rather than of being as Shia or Sunni which has been a
good hand for use of western powers. For example, Iran should work with Saudi
or Iraq with Iran, together stronger.
Oil control should be taken into account as it is
a non-renewable energy, in the long run it can damage the region.
They should come together and address their
problem such as Holly land conflict between Palestine and Israel, why Trump?
The only way to comfort tension is by Westerners
who should tolerate diversity, renounce superiority, reconsider their double
standards, and recognize Arabs and Muslims as central parts of the social