Arab summits are the best preview shows to predict the policies of countries in the region. In these summits, there are struggles that never end, the countries’ energies are drained and calculations are reconsidered. They provide Arabs with nothing other than more struggle.
During the 1990 Baghdad Summit, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein displayed his superiority before the rest of the presidents claiming he won over Iran. Backstage, he planned the conspiracy to invade Kuwait with the help of an alliance he formed with four other countries. Three months later, a summit was held in Egypt to expel him from Kuwait and to grant legitimacy to American forces that would enter the country.
Truth is that the first Arab summit, which convened in Anshas Palace in Egypt around 67 years ago, was itself a conspiracy by seven Arab countriesAbdulrahman al-Rashed