Middle East Crisis: Re-Assertive Nationalism or War



The Middle East, a region of several conflicts, diplomatic intrigues and problematic peace engagement, is terror thriving enclave, where the Islamic states, who sees the discontent and weighing down as due to the intimidating outside influences. Thereby, aware that Al Qaeda has outlived its usefulness; that most Arab states are overwhelmed, dominated and suppressed by Israel; that Arab-Spring was meant to do away with Monarchism to Western democracy; that foreign policy of the Middle East were never theirs; that the economy are determined from outside; and aware that in no distance time the region might be a pro-Western sphere. Poised by this hocus-pocus demisfyism, the Islamic Jihadist terrorist is revealed to re-assert nationalism and course towards reclaiming the Middle East.  This study, situated on political conflict theory, utilizes secondary data and analytical approach. The study notes that in re-asserting common consciousness that the west and its allies within must be tackled. The study observed that terrorism, a severe mechanism, has become the fastest bait to expressing pains. It revealed the negative actions of the Jihadist in reclaiming their land and prosperity. The study suggests that orderliness in conflict, a possible panacea to the Middle East conflicts be adopted since conflict is inevitable.

Keywords: Conflict, terrorism, Islamic states, nationalism, diplomatic intrigues and     interventionist

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