Nasser Movement Launches the First Series of Discussions on the Palestinian Issue
The Nasser Youth Movement held a discussion titled "The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Its Impact on Regional Security" on the evening of Friday, November 24th, as part of its plan to raise awareness among its youth and ambassador members about regional and international issues. The discussion was moderated by Islam Fikry Najm al-Din, a researcher in African affairs, holding a master's degree from the College of African Studies, and the Director of Social Responsibility at the Union Company for Public Contracting.
The discussion covered several important topics, including the global Zionist movement and its origins, settlement plans to Judaize historic Palestine, Zionist protocols and the Balfour Declaration of 1917, roots of the Arab-Israeli conflict, Arab-Israeli wars (expansion wars and annexation policy), ethnic cleansing and the major displacement of Palestinians from 1948 to 1982, internal Arab conditions, Arab political relations, and the Israeli opportunity in war.
Additionally, the discussion touched on various events and agreements, such as the Peace Agreement, the Oslo Accords in Madrid 1991, the Second Palestinian Intifada 2000-2005, the struggle of the Palestinian people from the Battle of Karameh in 1968 to the Al-Aqsa Intifada in 2023, the armed conflict between Fatah and Hamas in 2007 and its repercussions until 2023, regional powers and their role in the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the global Jewish threat to Islam and Christianity.
This comes within the framework of the Nasser Youth Movement's efforts to acquaint young and political cadres with regional and international dynamics and their impact on people and their capabilities.