The world is in a state of chaos. Holding our breath, we expect war to break out in any country just as in World War I. In all the phases of history, the world has never been without war, migration and human drama, but never has injustice been so overtly out in the open as it is in today's world.
After the Cold War, the U.S. was left idle and began to perceive itself as exempt from any responsibility for all the kinds of illegal actions it took, producing lawlessness, detaching itself from all legal and moral rules and responsibilities brought on by the international system. This has shaken and disturbed the perception of what humanity is. All successive U.S. attempts to occupy, as in Afghanistan and Iraq, have left devastating effects that still live on. Either borne from this void or a production of Western intelligence services, al-Qaida and Daesh continue to conveniently and in the manner and force stipulated by their creators, continue to threaten the world.
Ever since colonial Western empires stepped onto the stage of humanity, while they continued with the colonial system, they also took all kinds of measures to ensure that other countries not gain strength. Westerners from the developed part of the world continued to colonize underdeveloped Middle Easterners and Africans.
In the 1970s, when the development of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, India, Pakistan and Egypt looked bright and on the way to equal that of other developed countries in the world, precautions were taken to ensure that no country would ever again come close to reach the level of Western countries through calculated plans such as the revolutions, as the one in Iran, the Iran-Iraq War that followed in the later years, the civil war in Lebanon and U.S. banks holding hostage money made from oil around the world. Hence, it was ensured for good that all new and old colonized countries remain underdeveloped. By taking geopolitical precautions, no country was allowed to reach the level of development of a Western, first world country.
Contrary to other countries, heavy precautions were taken against the development of Islamic countries. The British and Americans know the Islamic world's demographics and its internal religious characteristics better than Muslims themselves. This in-depth knowledge has helped to bring on civil wars and wars between Muslim countries, and the more recent claims of a sectarian war has been a plot to transfer the amassed oil money. The West holds in its grip the potential management culture of having the power to create an internal conflict and battle in the country.
Western countries have tried their best to devalue any organization established in the Islamic world. Repeated failure to succeed in any enterprise in the face of the Western world has led the way to the perception that Muslim countries cannot succeed in any undertaking. This was reinforced by the country that has been perceived as the leader of the Islamic world, Saudi Arabia, and further reinforcing this misconception was the fact that the Gulf states can easily be sabotaged by Western countries. Hence, the initiatives taken by Muslim countries have always failed.
Turkey's heading the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for a term put forward a noticeable diversity that made the OIC stand out.
Firstly, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's attitude in taking all matters that he leads seriously and his striving to always give his best in management has ensured that by default the OIC is taken seriously.
Secondly, Arab countries were spearheading the OIC since money made from oil was the major source of wealth. Today, however, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Iran and especially Turkey, taking into consideration that its economy is bigger than Saudi Arabia's, as well as the fact that these countries are now manufacturers with governments that have a culture, have been a strong reason in the shift of the increase in their roles in organizations instead of Middle Eastern countries.
With U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on Jerusalem, Palestine has lent a useful reason for the Palestinian cause to once more get back afresh in the world's agenda. It has reached and resounded in both the Muslim world as well as European countries.
Foremost, under the leadership of Turkey, the convention of the OIC has made it emerge as a power. The efforts, the initiatives and the work will continue as part of a process. As is well known, the European left supports Palestinians against Israel, so while diplomacy is carried out to establish Palestine as a state, it is important to take into account Western leftists.If there is oppression in Palestine, there is no justice in the world.