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Since the terrorist attacks experienced in the United States on 11 September 2001, the relationship between America and the Middle East has been antagonistic. Numerous analysts attempt to present arguments that may justify this enmity as well as offering possible solutions to this problem. One of the principal reasons that have resulted in this hostility is the policies imposed by the federal government of the United States on the Middle East. Following this terrorist attack, which led to the demise of many American nationals and massive destruction of properties, the centralized administration has been executing stringent policies aimed at destabilizing the operations and structure of such associations as Al-Qaeda and Taliban. This has led to property destruction and loss of lives, an aspect that has attracted enmity from the national administration of this region as well as retaliations from these terrorist groups.
Another aspect that has heightened the enmity between America and the Middle East is the decision by the centralized administration to support the operations of the federal governments of Saudi Arabia and other nations within the Gulf region. Authorities from the Middle East consider these nations as dictatorial regimes. Accordingly, the support offered by the American government to these countries does not auger well with the Middle East. A similar argument regarding the relationship between the Israel government and Palestinians has resulted in the hostility between the administrations of America and the Middle East. Since the United States supports the administrative structure and operations of the Israeli regime, authorities of the Middle East consider it as a way of promoting the efforts by Israel to oppress the Palestinian civilians residing in the region.
Additionally, the actions of the federal government of the United States illustrate minimal concern about the predicaments of the Palestinians inhabiting in Israel. A large number of innocent Palestinians lose their lives or incur severe injuries on a daily basis following the violent acts of the Israeli authorities. However, these problems attract minimal responses from the American administration and other political leaders from developed countries. Despite the current situation in this region, the centralized administration of the United States continues to support the actions and decisions of the Israel regime, as well as the principles promoted by Zionism. This administrative structure strives to attain the identification of Palestine as a sovereign nation by evacuating the Arab Palestinians inhabiting in this region. This includes the Muslims and Christians of Arabic descent.
Some analysts perceive this decision by the American regime as a calculated approach that will aid it in conquering the Middle East in terms of its war on terrorism. To start with, a large number of Arab Palestinians have an ancestry in different regions of the Middle East. For this reason, succeeding in facilitating the establishment of Palestine as an independent nation will be useful in expelling these Arabs from the region. Accordingly, the federal government of the United States will have conquered the Middle East, as an initial and vital approach of destabilizing the operations and framework of such organizations as Al-Qaeda and Taliban. Other than the increase of America’s political influence in the Middle East following the support of Zionism and the states of Israel, this approach will enable the United States to benefit economically from this region owing to the high levels of petroleum in the area.