Recently Egypt celebrated its fifth anniversary of the January 25 Revolution of 2011. There have been speculations that the Muslim Brotherhood could start a revolutionary wave through the country on the day of the anniversary of the January uprising. But these speculations are far from reality of today's Egypt.
Israeli/ Palestinian conflict remains unsettled after the US administration has made so many promises to reach a resolution. The talks of the two-state solution are now gone, and it has become clear that Washington has no plans of stopping Israel's illegal settlements on the Palestinian lands. Yet global effort to stop Israel's oppression increases
US President Barack Obama came to power with a promise that his primary objective will be achieving peace in the Middle East. Now as his seventh year in office is coming to an end he declares that peace is remote. Of course, what he couldn't achieve during seven years, is impossible to expect in the next year – the last year of his presidency.
US Secretary of State, John Kerry met with Israeli and Palestinian leaders; however peace agreement is not on the agenda, according to US officials. The two-state solution is impossible, and the US has made it clear. Meanwhile all the talks, which lead nowhere are only buying time for Israel to achieve it's goals.
Following the Paris attacks it became top priority for the European countries to reconsider their stance on Syria. Confronting the tough reality,the new attitudes indicate the beginning of re-examination of former bigoted policies that led to the growing threat of terrorism and the expansion of ISIL-controlled territories.
While the US and Israel want to suppress the Palestinian revolt against the occupation, by means of heavy military practices, the occupied people find a new approach to continue their struggle against the harsh regime, violence, and continuous settlements.