Subscribe to get the most important news
Different reactions to the hidden goals of the US call to the Warsaw Conference on "Reducing the Iranian Threat", especially following the change in the stated objective of "seeking peace in the Middle East";
The conference will be held in Warsaw, Poland on 13 and 14 February, involving more than 40 countries, including Egypt and Israel, and the Palestinian Authority refused to participate, urging the Arab countries to cut their delegations to a lower level ministry.
Analysts say the United States is striving to achieve several benefits of the conference, the first pressure on Iran and the siege and Israel's participation in the conference, in order to force the Zionist organization as the main player in the arena to Iranian influence.
Bashir Abdel Fattah, an expert at the Center for Political and Strategic Studies Al-Ahram, believes it is too early to talk about the outcome of the conference in the light of the ambiguity that surrounds him, expressing his fear of adopting a US- Israel at the expense of the Arabs.
Al Masri al-Yum agrees with the declared purpose of the conference, which is to ange the Iranian role in the region and to increase the international consensus on the siege of Tehran.
Hisham al-Baqli, director of the Political Research Department of the Salman Zayed Center, said that Washington aims to set up monitoring committees for the Iranian regime in several areas, including human rights, financial systems and arms, to curb the external your influence.
"The Iranian presence in the Arab countries, especially in Syria and Yemen, will be attended by the conference," he said. "Israel's presence at the conference will increase the opportunity to discuss the Iranian role in Syria."
Al Bakali predicts that the conference will present the idea of what is known as Arab NATO to counter Iran, an American initiative launched in 2011 and resumed in 2015 to form an Arab Security Alliance, "to counter Iranian aggression and terrorism and to ensure stability in the region.
Mohamed Juma, director of the Palestinian Research Unit at the Al-Ahram Center, said the differences in Arab positions and their different priorities precluded the creation of a strategic alliance now, but he did not exclude the conference that led to "Arab-Israeli coordination against Iran" .
Palestinian research director at the Al-Ahram Center ruled out al-Masri al-Yum's statements about the creation of a long-term strategic alliance between the Arab countries and Israel, describing it as "against logic and reality."
Juma is not interested in participating Arab countries in a conference attended by Israel, and believes that "this does not mean changing official Arab positions." The goal is to block Israel's way of encouraging Arabs to reject peace.
"The Arab boycott of the conference gives Israel an excuse to encourage the Arabs refusing to sit with him, they reject peace and give him the opportunity to initiate unilateral measures that increase the Palestinian position," he said.
"The European Union's biggest obstacle to the conference is that some European countries are trying to break up their efforts to curb Iranian influence because of their interests in Tehran," said Hsim Backley of the Salman Zayed Center.
"European companies operating in Iran can complete most of their activities without sanctions," he said, referring to the exclusion of several countries from sanctions such as Turkey and a number of East Asian countries.
Al-Fatah expects Iran to step down in some neighboring countries to circumvent international sanctions over the next period, saying Tehran would not accept concessions on the issue of weapons and ballistic missiles.