From the standpoint of Chinese people, I should not have said these words. But I still can't help but want to say it.
In my opinion, Turkey and Iran are the countries that need reconciliation and alliance most. If the two countries continue to fight internally, the future of both countries will not be too optimistic.
In fact, we can think about it from another perspective. Which middle east country poses the greatest threat to Israel in the future?
The answer is simple: the more secular and industrialized Islamic which countries are, the greater the threat to Israel, and the non secular Middle East countries are the objects that Israel can win over and ally with.
That is to say, the first enemy is Turkey, and the second enemy is Iran, and the third is the Arab Baath party.
There is a Chinese proverb called "匹夫无罪，怀璧其罪". In geopolitics, it means "your attitude is not important to me, your ability determines my hostility to you". Because attitude is easy to change, but ability exists for a long time.
For Israel, these non secular Middle East countries are the countries that have the ability to threaten Israel's survival foundation in the future. No matter what the attitude of these countries towards Israel is now, they are all enemies of Israel.
In fact, both Turks and Iranians are now being watched by more powerful enemies than they are. If the two countries continue to infighting, the road ahead will be very difficult.
@Hakikat ve Hikmet
@Hold the door
I really like the Chinese proverb and it honestly describes the Middle East and Israeli relations at best.