This visit coincides with the activity of international delegations, or it corrects the Lebanese path as it should be in accordance with its vision of accelerated negotiations in order to reach a way out for the region and end the war on Gaza, which can no longer be curbed after the “Al-Aqsa Flood” operation.

It seems that Iran is no longer content to remain in the shadows in the midst of current developments, which means that an integrated basket is in the process of being formed despite the cruelty of the Israeli military machine that is standing at the entrances to Rafah to commit a new massacre, where about two million Palestinian civilians from the people of Gaza are taking refuge. Lebanon is included in this basket, with an emphasis that the details of the settlement will only mature according to the party’s measure and the head of its axis, until it reaches its conclusions.

 The actual international negotiation to arrange the Lebanese situation is with the party as the strongest and most capable of implementing agreements on the ground in a way that meets the ambitions of the head of its Iranian axis, whether in the matter related to electing a president of the republic, restoring the cycle of political life and ending the current paralysis in the administrations, or in terms of implementing Resolution 1701 and regulating the relationship with Israel. According to the conditions imposed by the war on Hamas, and the party’s haste to move the front in southern Lebanon in support of the “Hamas” movement.

Or perhaps the stage requires direct intervention, which has not stopped in the first place, even if Iran is keen to deny its direct responsibility for everything that is happening. The Iranian Foreign Minister is visiting Lebanon for the third time since Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” to direct, guide, and control the pace of military operations, so that the situation does not explode no matter what. The Israeli strikes were painful and disturbing, and this was in the best interest of the head of the resisting axis.  

All the intensity on the fronts, from the Gaza Strip to southern Lebanon to Syria to Iraq to Yemen, is accompanied by the ongoing contacts regionally and internationally regarding the truce in Gaza. Most importantly, it is accompanied by the proposed settlement or calming paths. Abdullahian announced that the region will move towards peace and stability, and this is evidenced by what has emerged from “American/Iranian meetings, taking place these days in the Sultanate of Oman directly, and with Swiss mediation when necessary.”

While it can be accepted that Israel does not want to eliminate Hezbollah, but rather to remove it as far north as the Litani, and to do whatever it wants in Lebanon after that, the situation is not the same when it comes to the Hamas movement. Therefore, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is heading to encircle the movement in Rafah, where it has its last square, betting on continued international silence, considering that eliminating Hamas will ease diplomatic efforts aimed at reviving the search for a two-state solution.

This bet, if linked to Abdullahian’s visit to meet with Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, and his emphasis on the need to avoid war and escalation, no matter how great the Israeli provocations, indicates that in the deal whose details are being discussed, Hamas will make a sacrifice on Its altar, perhaps Iran will accept it, on the condition of preserving its influence and the influence of its crown jewel in Lebanon... after the Iranian arms in the region have done what they must militarily, and thus the signs of the path to negotiation become clear, and if it is agreed upon regionally and internationally, even after more painful Israeli strikes. The road will be open, according to what Abdullahian announced from Lebanon.