On Wednesday morning, the Arab press focused on Israeli raids on Syria, in addition to differences between the Tunisian parties, and Egyptian-Turkish tension.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: Moscow is silent after the bombing of Damascus
The Arab newspapers published this morning dealt with several Syrian issues, the most prominent of which were the Israeli raids. In this context, Al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper said, "Yesterday, Moscow ignored the Israeli raids that targeted sites near Damascus, in which five pro-Iranian fighters were killed.
On Monday night, Israel targeted at least six missiles belonging to regime forces and pro-Iranian groups south of the capital, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. And added that he had killed five non-Syrian fighters from pro-Iranian groups, and wounded four non-Syrian fighters.
Although Israel refused to comment confirming or denying its responsibility for the air strikes near Damascus or for the explosions in Iran, it decided, on Tuesday, to close its airspace in the north, along the occupied Syrian Golan Heights or along the borders with Lebanon, and prevented the arrival of civil aviation, and also closed the beach area between Akka and the head of Naqoura.
Although the Israeli army announced that this measure was the result of sudden military exercises, military officials answered press questions, but they did not deny that this measure was the result of anticipation of an Iranian direct or indirect military response through Hezbollah or Syria.
Israel remained silent about this accusation, but sources in Tel Aviv were keen to reveal that an Iranian transport plane landed at Damascus International Airport at seven in the morning, Sunday, and left at two in the afternoon on the same day, returning to Tehran, and these sources expressed their estimates That this plane unloaded a military payload.
Al-Arab: Will the Tunisian parties succeed in excluding Ennahdha from the next government?
On the Tunisian issue, Al-Arab newspaper said: "With the countdown beginning to entrust Tunisian President Qais Saeed, to the" most capable person "to form a government, rival parliamentary blocs compete to secure the majority of the 109 members, which is the absolute majority needed to pass the government regardless of who heads it.
In the midst of the severe political crisis that Tunisia is experiencing, many parties are engaged in intense behind-the-scenes consultations aimed at excluding the Ennahda movement from the next government coalition.
These moves are followed by the emergence of two coalitions in Parliament that were produced by the two lists of no-confidence from Speaker of Parliament Rashid al-Ghannushi by the Democratic Movement, the People's Movement and the Free Constitutional Movement - and others - and the list of confidence-withdrawals from the resigned government Elyes al-Fakhfakh, which were spent by the Heart of Tunisia and the Dignity and Renaissance coalition, and others are independent.
With the end of the deadline set by the president to announce the "most capable person" to lead the consultations to form the government, the conflict rages between these two poles, which threatens that the consultations will be difficult, as the distance between the two components of these alliances increases.
Al-Bayan: Libyan parliamentarians: Egypt turns the balance of power against Turkey
In Libya, Al-Bayan newspaper said: "The approval of the Egyptian parliament to send elements of the army on combat missions outside the borders of Egypt, in order to defend the country's national security, against the actions of militias and foreign terrorist elements, received a great welcome in the Libyan national circles, which saw this as a victory for its people and support to his armed forces in the face of the Turkish invasion, and to confront mercenary groups and terrorists and to protect the country's capabilities from the ambitions of Erdogan's regime and that Turkey only has to submit to the new reality.
The Libyan Parliament said that the Egyptian parliamentary approval came in response to what it demanded as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people, and to the speech of its President, Counselor Aqila Saleh, before the People’s Assembly in the Arab Republic of Egypt, in response to the appeal of all Libyans and their representatives from the sheikhs and notables of the Libyan tribes during their meeting with the Egyptian President.
The spokesman for the House of Representatives, Abdullah Bleihaq, stated in a statement that these legitimate demands and rapid response from the Egyptian brothers came in order to address all threats to the security of Libya and the common national Egypt, and to address external ambitions in Libya by Turkey in support of terrorism, extremism and outlaw militias.
In this context, Deputy Ali al-Saeedi confirmed to Al-Bayan that the Libyan people welcome the mandate of the Egyptian parliament, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, to protect Arab national security in general, and the Libyan and Libyan in particular, explaining that these positions will not be forgotten for Egypt, which is the symbol of Arabism.
He added that the decision of the Egyptian parliament supporting the position of sovereignty represents a victory for the values of Arabism, neighborhood and fraternal relations between the two countries and a final warning to everyone who tries to tamper with the common national security, highlighting that the Libyan people have confidence in their brothers in Egypt, and their ability to help them repel the external aggression led by Erdogan, who has declared ambitions. Throughout the Arab region.
MP Saeed Amgheib promised that the Egyptian parliament’s approval to send forces to Libya puts Turkey and the militia government in Tripoli in front of difficult options, noting that Egypt remains the stronghold of its Arab nation and a strong help capable of returning the enemy and supporting the right and its companions.
In his turn, Representative Ibrahim al-Darsi explained that the Egyptian parliament’s decision to approve sending troops on combat missions outside the international community came to end the maneuvers of Erdogan's mercenaries, Accord militia, and the plans for the attack on Sirte and al-Jafra that President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi had previously confirmed were a red line.
Al-Darsi continued that this important decision coincided with the issuance of President al-Sisi with US President Doland Trump, and the solution to stabilizing the armistice left no room for the Turks and their agents except in the direction of bowing to and submitting to the new reality, especially since the Libyan army is ready to repel the attack, and the Egyptian position gave it great support on all ascending.