The Iranian Threat Models to the Arab National Security 1979-2016


Mo’taz Salamah (Ph.D.)

Since the fifties in the last century, the Arab national security
has been linked with the Arab-Israeli conflict after having been
previously linked with foreign occupation and colonization for
a long period of time. Although the Arab countries suffered severe
losses at the hands of colonists during the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries, the Israeli threat emerged in the mid-twentieth century and
constituted the most severe danger to the Arab national security from
several perspectives, especially with reference to the fragmentation
of the demographic and geographic extension of the Arab World.

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