The latest big news in the Middle East is that the United Arab Emirates and Israel announced the realization of full normalization of relations between the two countries. Meanwhile, Israel said it would suspend its occupation of Palestinian territory and concentrate on expanding its relations with other Arab countries. < / P > < p > this is indeed a big event, and it will trigger a chain reaction. According to Israeli sources, the two Gulf States (Bahrain and Oman) and Sudan of North Africa will also establish diplomatic relations with Israel. Before that, Israel and other Arab countries had hostile relations except Egypt and Jordan. This is also one of the reasons for the long-term instability in the Middle East. It is expected that the relaxation of relations between Israel and the Arab world will lead the Middle East to peace. The Palestinian Israeli conflict has lasted for more than 80 years. The core contradiction between the two sides is that both Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs have put forward exclusive claims to the same land. However, it is clear that the Palestinian Israeli conflict has long gone beyond the scope of bilateral conflict. Religion, culture, nationality, intervention of external powers A series of external factors are intertwined to make the conflict lasting for a long time. < / P > < p > if you open the map, you can see that the Middle East (especially the area with Palestine as the core) is located at the junction of the three continents of Asia, Africa and Europe. At the same time, it holds the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean (Atlantic Ocean), and its strategic position is very important. Therefore, as early as Palestine was still the territory of the Ottoman Empire, Britain, the world’s leader at that time, intended to support Zionism and take advantage of the Jewish hand to dig the Ottoman wall. After the first World War, Britain got Palestine, but found that the local Arab’s opposition to Zionism was equally strong and too difficult to manage. As a result, Britain can only “repudiate” the Jewish people, oppressing both the Jewish immigrants and the Arab emotions, which has become a bad debt. After World War II, the world’s leader changed to the United States, and Britain left with a pat on the back, leaving the mess to the United Nations. According to the UN Security Council resolution of 1947, since Jews and local Arabs do not want to live in one country, it is better to establish two states: a Jewish state of Israel and an Arab state of Palestine. Jerusalem, as the holy land of the three religions, is regarded as an “international city” alone. The problem is that this resolution was adopted under the manipulation of the United States, Britain, the Soviet Union, France and other major powers. One of the parties involved, the Arab, strongly opposed it. Under the banner of Pan Arabism, they tried to unite against Western intervention. Among the leaders, there are Nasser in Egypt, the Arab Baath party in Syria and Iraq, and some extreme religious groups. At this point, the Palestinian issue has gone beyond the scope of the Palestinian Israeli contradiction and has become a contradiction between the Arab nation and the Jews. The Palestinian Israeli conflict is also known as the “Arab Israeli issue”. The first Middle East War broke out on the day of Israel’s declaration of independence in 1948. Although there are a large number of Arab countries, Israel, supported by the United States, has won a total victory and the Arab countries have been defeated. After < / P > < p > < p >, five more middle east wars broke out between Arab countries and Israel. As a result of the war, a large number of Palestinian Arabs became refugees, and a large area of land originally supposed to belong to Palestine was occupied by Israel, and the holy city of Jerusalem was also occupied. < / P > < p > the first person to think of other ideas was Sadat, the former president of Egypt. After the success of the fourth Middle East War, he believed that if the issue of “let Israel exist” continue to be entangled, it would only slow down the development of Egypt; at the same time, the appeal of “Pan Arabism” is no longer the same, and the Arab countries do not seem to be as united as before. In 1979, the leaders of Egypt and Israel held a meeting at the presidential residence of the United States. The two sides shook hands on the South Lawn of the White House and signed a peace treaty. It is conceivable that Egypt will be regarded as a “traitor” by other Arab countries. Five days after the establishment of diplomatic relations between Egypt and Israel, the Arab League announced the expulsion of Egypt and moved its headquarters from Cairo to Tunisia. Although the Arab League restored Egypt’s seat and moved its headquarters back 10 years later, Egypt’s leadership in the Arab countries has never returned. Sadat himself paid the price of blood: on October 6, 1981, at a military parade ceremony, members of the “Mu brothers’ Association” who hated Sadat to the bone successfully mixed into the army and assassinated him. In 1993, Israeli Prime Minister Rabin and chairman Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization signed the Oslo Agreement of “land for peace” in the White House. In 1995, Rabin was assassinated by Jewish extremists. < p > < p > channel obstruction and long. On the road of Arab Israeli reconciliation, the contradiction between the secular rulers of the Middle East countries and the powerful religious forces in the middle east society often becomes a huge obstacle that cannot be ignored. < / P > < p > after reading the history, we will return to the news of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. This, of course, is the Middle East pattern that the United States and Israel are happy to see. But behind the optimism, the Arab world still has a strong religious atmosphere and religious power, which may become an undercurrent affecting the trend of the situation. It is well known that the United States has long been partial to Israel. In the Middle East, many Arabs are deeply resentful about this, believing that the U.S. favoring Israel is the root cause of Arab failure. This resentment, combined with powerful religious influence, gives religious extremists reasons and opportunities to recruit. Imagine how many Saudis were among the hijackers in the 9 / 11 incident? Who is al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden from? It can be seen that although Saudi Arabia and the United States are close allies at the level of secular rule, their views on the United States may be quite different in the eyes of civil society and religious forces. Although al Qaeda, Isis (Islamic state) and brotherhood have different routes, they have a common understanding that Western civilization is the source of Arab suffering. Before there is no perfect solution to the Palestinian Israeli problem, if more secular governments of Arab countries establish diplomatic relations with Israel under the guidance of the United States, what will the religious forces at the social level of these countries respond to? < / P > < p > there is another important Middle East power to consider – Iran. After the United Arab Emirates announced the establishment of diplomatic relations with Israel, it was Palestine and Iran that publicly issued opposition statements. < / P > < p > it can be predicted that if some Arab countries will “make peace” with Israel through the U.S. in the future, Iran, which has been holding a tough attitude and does not recognize Israel’s legitimacy, will be supported by more middle east civil forces. It will also give Iran an advantage in competing with other Arab countries for religious “orthodoxy.”. < / P > < p > not to mention the more extreme organizations – the deeply rooted religious “Brotherhood”, the yet extinct “Al Qaeda” and Isis. It’s not their own business if they don’t write about it. Therefore, the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel is on the surface a matter for the two countries, but the more they look, the more they look like the “twisted melon” of the United States. People will ask: it seems that the Middle East is moving towards peace, but is this really pushing the “door of peace” or starting the “door of storm”?