NOURNEWS - Last Wednesday night, media sources reported a terrible explosion in the south of Dubai. Al-Jazeera quoted Emirati media as saying that a fire in southern Dubai was caused by an explosion near oil reservoirs, and the Associated Press reported that an explosion in the Port of Jebel Ali in Dubai shook many houses in the city. Although the UAE tried to portray the explosion as a natural disaster, and it is far from political and security Bridge; the location of the explosion reflects the truth behind this claim. A noteworthy point is the symmetry of the explosion with the intensification of the UAE's moves to implement new dimensions of the compromise agreement with the Zionist regime, including the official opening of the Zionist embassy in Abu Dhabi. The connection between the blast and the UAE's relations with the Zionist regime is obvious when we know that last year, at the same time the first commercial airliner flew between Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi, an American grocery store exploded on the way to Abu Dhabi Airport. Regarding the coincidence of the explosions and security threats that took place in the UAE with the stages of revealing the development of the relations of this Persian Golf state with the Zionist regime; two scenarios are proposed: First; Contrary to the compromising view of the UAE leaders, who see the satisfaction of the United States and Israel as the way to survive in their government, the view of the people of the UAE and the Arab and Islamic countries is different from this view. Islamic awakening and public awareness of the critical nature of the Zionist regime and the United States have led the nations of the region, including the UAE, to confront the Zionist regime and distance themselves from the United States, while the UAE's negative performance in the 12-day war against the Palestinians was met with strong popular protest. Certainly, dissatisfaction with the UAE's compromising approach could pave the way for popular movements against these relations, which could be the focus of popular protests, given the security crackdown and widespread crackdowns by the security apparatus, explosions and disruption of trade and oil activities. Second; the record of the Zionist regime shows that the nature and survival of this regime has been formed on the basis of crisis and has always been used as a component to exert pressure and expand its security and intelligence influence. Israeli security influence expands in India following hostage-taking at the Mumbai Hotel in 2008, when a group of Jews were allegedly taken hostage, last year's security agreement between Ethiopia and the Zionist regime following sudden riots in part of the territory of Ethiopia, the intensification of the Zionist regime's intelligence movements in the Republic of Azerbaijan, at the same time as the resumption of the country's tensions with Armenia, etc., indicate the Zionists' plan to take advantage of pre-planned crises. In any form; The UAE is facing a crisis of insecurity, which is based on the nature of the economy, which requires stable security. Ever since the news of the UAE's view on the relations with the Zionist regime based on the Trump Century deal, it has been raised that these relations will have negative security consequences for the UAE, crises that are partly due to popular dissatisfaction with these relations and part of it is derived from the critical nature of the Zionist regime. Explosions and unrest since the official announcement of the UAE's relations with the Zionist regime in various parts of the UAE, especially in its commercial centers and ports, indicate the miscalculation consequences of the UAE's convergence with the Zionist regime, which can lead to many economic crises, and consequently the regional and global isolation of the UAE.
The question now is whether the leaders of this country are still seeking to continue the wrong path of relations with Tel Aviv, or to save their economy and their position in the region, deviating from that path, within the framework of the will of the people, nations and the Islamic world.
BY: Pooya Mirzaei