07 May 2024
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Seeking Solution to the Middle East and North Africa Region Crisis – 2024 Congress Declaration

AIM

 

ASSAM'S PURPOSE

Based on the idea that the prosperity of Muslim Nations, the survival of the states they established, the establishment of peace in the world and the dominance of justice are possible with the emergence of Islamic Countries on the world political stage as a superpower; to carry out intellectual studies that will provide;

  • Muslim States; Creating a database regarding national power elements for each of them,
  • Conducting individual and joint internal and external threat assessments,
  • Determination of internal and external security plan principles and establishment and development of institutions needed to gather under a common will and the principles of organization of these institutions,

 

PURPOSE OF ASSAM CONGRESSES

ASSAM Congresses; To make determinations on an academic and political basis regarding current problems in world politics, especially the Geography of Islamic Countries; to propose solutions to international, regional and local crises; To determine the necessary institutions for the gathering of Islamic Countries under one will and to create the necessary legislative models for these institutions; It aims to present a solution to the Islamic World and decision makers.

The First Series of ASRICA Islamic Union Model International Congresses was held as a series of seven international congresses between 2017 and 2023.

As a result of the seven congresses held, the necessary institutions for the Islamic Countries to form a Union were studied, and a legislative model and a model constitution for these institutions were established. The studies have been published on international platforms and at https://assam.org.tr and https://assamcongress.com

 

 

ASRICA ISLAMIC UNION MODEL “SEEKING SOLUTIONS TO CRISIS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS” SERIES

The main focus of the second congress series, which will be held in the 4-year period between 2024 and 2027, to propose solutions to the crises in the regions concerning the Islamic Geography. The topics were chosen as follows;

  1. ASRICA Islamic Union Model "Seeking a Solution to the Crises in the Middle East - ODBIF and North Africa - KABIF Region" Congress (2024)
  2. ASRICA Islamic Union Model "Seeking a Solution to the Crises in the Europe - ABIF and Near East Asia - YDABIF Region" Congress (2025)
  3. ASRICA Islamic Union Model "Seeking a Solution to the Crises of the Central Asia - OABIF and South East Asia - GDABIF Region" Congress (2026)
  4. ASRICA Islamic Union Model "Seeking a Solution to the Crises in the East Africa - DABIF, South West Africa - GBABIF, North West Africa - KBABIF Region" Congress (2027)

The congress series to be held between 2024 and 2027 is called ASRICA Islamic Union Model Seeking for Solutions to Crises Congress Series.

The congress language will be Turkish, English and Arabic. Simultaneous translation will be provided during the presentation of the papers. Abstracts and papers will be compiled into books and published electronically on the ASSAM Congress WEB Site, and the papers will also be published electronically in the ASSAM International Refereed Journal (ASSAM-UHAD). Those who send papers to our congress and want to have their papers published in our ASSAM International Refereed Journal (UHAD) must prepare their papers in accordance with the paper preparation format of our refereed journal and upload them to the system via the link below. The link to the peer-reviewed journal is below.[1] Papers/articles will be published in the peer-reviewed journal after going through the referee process.

Congress Result Reports to be prepared for execution will be sent to decision-making mechanisms and all guests and participants from the Islamic World and will be published on the ASSAM Congress WEB Site.

 

GENERAL EVALUATION

GEOPOLITICAL VALUE OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHY

57 of the 206 States in the World (27% of the member states)1,859,779,580 of the 7,916,525,000 world population (23.49% of the world population), the Islamic geography, which is owned by 57 Islamic Countries, covers 30.9 million km2 (20.6% of the lands of the whole world) of the world's 150 million km2with the bloc they formed when the borders between them are ignored:

  • Which is located in the center of the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, known as the world island,
  • Which is controlling the Gibraltar, Bab El-Mendeb, Hormuz, Çanakkale and Istanbul straits and the Suez Canal, which are considered the gateways to the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Black Sea, which is the world's largest inland seas,
  • Which have coasts to the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Black Sea, Red Sea and Caspian Sea,
  • Which is bordered by land and sea to the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa, to the global powers of the world such as the European Union, Russia, India and, China, and to the United States by sea,
  • Which have the opportunity to be the center of the land, air and sea transportation routes without alternatives,
  • Which owns 55.5% of the world's oil reserves, 45.6% of its productionalso 64.1% of natural gas reserves, 33% of its production,

By combining its geopolitical position, common civilization values and historical background with its opportunities, efforts and goals, it has the potential to become the superpower of the future.

Map 1 Model ASRICA Islamic Countries Confederation Geography

 

GLOBAL ATTACKS TO THE ISLAMIC WORLD

In its geography where it should be sovereign, the Islamic world has become the site of the undeclared, secret, insidious, dirty and asymmetric World War III, in which the ethnic and sectarian units within the unitary structures of each Islamic country are fighting each other.

Despite the advantages they have, Islamic countries have fallen into a great turmoil with the interventions of the imperialist western states. As a result of this turmoil, great suffering and destruction are experienced in the Islamic countries. Millions of Muslims are forced to choose between leaving their homes or dying. Thousands of Muslims die in various ways on the migration routes, and those who manage to migrate are doomed to live in poverty and misery.

According to the official data of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, as of 2021, according to official records, 6.6 million Syrian citizens immigrated around the world. This figure is even higher with unregistered refugees. Syrian refugees migrated to Türkiye (3,388,698), Iraq (262,218), Jordan (660,605), Egypt (145,157), Lebanon (805,326) and other countries in North Africa (41,742). Apart from these figures, there are intense attempts to migrate to Europe and most of them lose their lives in the Mediterranean. Despite these adversities, the total number of registered refugees crossing into Europe from April 2011 to January 2021 was 1,022,142.

The World War III is being waged as an undeclared war (hybrid war) against Islamic countries. After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Muslims, who were left without a government, tried to continue their existence by establishing small states, but because they lost their unity and solidarity, they became an easy to swallow for global powers. The United States, European Union, England, France, Russia and China aim to establish authority in Islamic countries by waging proxy wars with the terrorist organizations they control and the asymmetric war methods they apply in order to seize the Islamic geography.

 

“SEEKING SOLUTIONS TO THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA REGION CRISIS” – 2024 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

SCOPE

The first of the “ASRICA Islamic Union Model Crisis Regions International Congress Series” is on “Seeking Solutions to the Crises in the Middle East and North Africa Region” and focuses on the Chad – Palestine – Iraq – Libya – Syria – Yemen crises.

Middle East Regional Islamic States Federation – ODBIF and North African Regional Islamic States Federation – KABIF, two of the federations that form ASSAM's Model ASRICA Confederation have a total of 18 countries within its scope;

Model ASRICA Middle East Regional Islamic States Federation – ODBIF; 12 countries: Bahrain, UAE, Palestine, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Jordan, Yemen…

Model ASRICA North African Regional Federation of Islamic States – KABIF; 6 countries: Algeria, Chad, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia…

Map 2 ODBIF and KABIF States

 

CONGRESS STAKEHOLDERS

The first of the second series of congresses will be held in Istanbul, where the ASSAM headquarters is located, at the ASSAM Headquarters, with the participation of International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), Union of NGO’s of the Islamic World (UNIW) and Justice Defenders Association (ASDER) via video conferencing.

 

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

Click for Congress Sub-Titles.

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Click here for deadline submitting abstract, CONGRESS DATE etc.

 

CONGRESS DECLARATION

Click to download the ASSAM "Seeking Solutions to the Crises in the Middle East and North Africa Region - 2024 Congress" Declaration.

 

[1]https://dergipark.org.tr/assam

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Congress Subtitles '24

CONGRESS SUBTITLES

Session - 1

Demographic Structure, Geopolitical and Geostrategic Importance of the Middle East and North Africa

Sample Topics

  1. The geopolitical and geostrategic importance of the Middle East and the geoeconomic features that increase this importance
  2. The geopolitical and geostrategic importance of North Africa and the geoeconomic features that increase this importance
  3. The importance of the region for the Islamic Union
  4. The region's place in the energy struggle of global powers

Session - 2

History of the Middle East and North Africa's Struggle Against Imperialism and Colonialism

Sample Topics

  1. Post-Ottoman occupations and artificial regimes established
  2. The consequences of the ethnic and sectarian policies followed after the Ottoman Empire
  3. Occupation of Palestine and its consequences
  4. 'Arab-Israeli' wars and their consequences
  5. between September 11 and the 'Clash of Civilizations Thesis'
  6. the Arab Spring Relationship to the 'Intracivilizational Conflict Thesis'
  7. 'Israel' and National Power Elements as a threat

Session - 3

Political, Social, Cultural Structures and Policies of the Middle East and North Africa

Sample Topics

  1. 'Arab League' from past to present
  2. 'Maghreb Arab Union' from past to present

Session - 4

Regional Policies of the USA, Russia, the People's Republic of China and European Countries

Sample Topics

  1. US policies in the Region and the Eastern Mediterranean
  2. Regional and Eastern Mediterranean policies of the People's Republic of China
  3. Regional and Eastern Mediterranean policies of European countries
  4. The impact of global capital on Regional governments
  5. Jewish Nazism, political Zionism's dream of the Promised Land
  6. Israel's Regional and Eastern Mediterranean policies
  7. Iran's Regional and Eastern Mediterranean policies
  8. Turkiye's efforts for peace and prosperity in the Region

Session - 5

Economic Structures of the Middle East and North Africa, Their Policies and Their Impact on World Trade, Energy Resources and the Struggle for Sharing

Sample Topics

  1. Determinants of economic policies implemented in the Countries of the Region
  2. Economic growth in the region
  3. Developments on a country basis in the region
  4. Labor market and employment structure in the region
  5. Entrepreneurship in the region
  6. Natural resources in the region and colonial struggle
  7. Health and tourism economy in the region
  8. Finance and banking system in the region
  9. Tax system and policies in the region
  10. Occupations that occurred as a result of the West's need for liberal markets and investment areas
  11. World Bank and IMF as instruments of soft occupation

Session - 6

Causes and Consequences of Migration Movements Centered in the Middle East and North Africa

Sample Topics

  1. Effects of migration on countries
  2. The impact of migration on children
  3. The impact of migration on economies
  4. The impact of migration on sociology and beliefs
  5. The impact of migration on demographic structures

Session - 7

Conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa, Security Concerns, Reasons and Precautions to be Taken

Sample Topics

  1. Arab Israeli wars and their consequences
  2. Destabilization brought about by the Arab Spring and new types of occupations (conflict within civilization) coming through terrorist organizations (proxy warriors)
  3. Terrorist organizations at the center of conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa and their relationship with global powers
  4. 'Greater Middle East Project’, its foundations and results
  5. The relationship of terrorist organizations (proxy warriors) with global powers
  6. Regulation of the region through terrorist organizations (proxy fighters)
  7. Iraq, instability and ways out of the crisis
  8. Syrian crisis, actors and ways out of the crisis
  9. Lebanon crisis, actors and ways out of the crisis
  10. Yemen crisis, actors and ways out of the crisis
  11. Libya crisis, actors and ways out of the crisis
  12. Egypt and the will of the people

Session - 8

Evaluation and Closing

 

 
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Important Dates '24

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline submitting abstract : July 15, 2024
Accepted summaries announcement : August 15, 2024
Deadline for full text papers : September 15, 2024
CONGRESS DATE : : 02-03 November 2024

 

 
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