These Are Michel Hayek’s 2021 Predictions For The Middle East

These Are Michel Hayek's 2021 Predictions For The Middle East

On New Year’s Eve, Michel Hayek dropped his awaited predictions for Lebanon, the Middle East, and the rest of the world for the new year.

After the end of what was deemed a mostly terrible year for the world, not excluding the Middle East, and especially Lebanon, people are hoping for less distressing times and more positive events for the region in 2021.

While certainly not all of them are merry, there are many interesting predictions on Michel Hayek’s forecast for the Middle East.


Michel Hayek predictions for the middle East in 2021.
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  • The soil of Golan and Quneitra: more blood, and the geography in these two sites is subject to new agreements and signatures.
  • The destruction and collapse of an essential landmark in Israel.
  • The shock selects one of Egypt’s airports as its landing site.
  • Sad news spreads all over the UAE.
  • The Ain Al-Assad military base is in the eye of the war storm.
  • Control over an Iranian nuclear plant is lost.
  • Michel Hayek also made predictions for Lebanon and the rest of the world.

Here is Michel Hayek’s full Middle-East 2021 forecast:


What Michel Hayek predicts for Syria in 2021.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
  • Faisal Mekdad leaves, with a lot of caution and danger, a distinguishing mark that prints the responsibility put on his shoulders.
  • Suddenly, a Syrian area will be mentioned as a holy land.
  • Not easily, people will come to know the reality of what will happen between the group of people close to – or beside- President Al-Assad.
  • A brave move is accompanied by media noise to unlock the secret of a Syrian prison and releasing a truth related to hidden names.
  • Crowds and traffic, and gatherings in As-Suwayda, and the fogginess of the scene prevents me from knowing if it’s happiness or sadness, condemnation or revolution.
REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
  • A retaliatory uprising, after a long silence, for the Syrian-Iranian arsenal to deter the Israeli violations and airstrikes.
  • Temporary impressiveness with a strange scene in Sednayah.
  • Al-Hayba (The Prestige): The Return, and the return of the Syrian prestige to Syria.
  • The decision of assassination by lifting the immunity from some forbidden heads.
  • Asma Al-Assad faces a new equation that heads the front of the movements.
  • The major financed and financier Syrians and capital owners, hand in hand to punch a hole in the wall of the Caesar Act, to place the foundation for the Syrian renaissance. Good Syria is returning, even if in shy steps.
  • The soil of Golan and Quneitra: more blood, and the geography in these two sites is subject to new agreements and signatures.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
  • A presidential amnesty like no other amnesty, and the motive is to give a chance and facilities for the return of capital and its owners to Syria.
  • The presidential election is accompanied by problems, some of which are artificial, some are artificial-imaginary, and some are real, and there are certainly question marks around its date, and, on the horizon, more than one scenario.
  • Suddenly, yesterday’s enemies are Syria’s friends tomorrow.
  • Hafez Bashar Al-Assad, from one adventure to another, and without caution.
  • President Bashar Al-Assad surprises Syrians and non-Syrians with a big solution.

Saudi Arabia

What Michel Hayek for Saudi Arabia in 2021.
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  • The Poet Prince, Abdul Rahman bin Musa’id, in the wind of confrontations and a series of incidents and emergencies that he will be prepared for.
  • An action and a reaction restore the prestige of the Council of Senior Scholars to the forefront.
  • The disappearance of faces close to Prince Mohammad bin Salman, some willingly, some unwillingly.
  • Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman resists and confronts a systematic, international media earthquake to surround him.
  • This time, Zamzam water steals the lights in an exceptional event.
  • An emergency in the Saudi Allegiance Commission.
  • A modification in the triple letters, MBS.
  • A huge premature event, related to NEOM and its orbit. Its echo reverberates in the kingdom, in neighboring countries, and beyond.
  • The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, throughout its territory, holds its breath in a moment of display to see what is happening to the thrones, positions, and chairs.
  • Makkah Al-Mukarrama is on the lookout for all attempts.
  • The beginning of the appearance of mysterious and worrisome ramifications of the limitations imposed on some princes.
  • Under the slogan “shake the interior, and the kingdom shakes,” the ministry and its men are targeted by an aggression that doesn’t go unnoticed.
  • A painful setback awaits Saudi art.
  • A monitored prince is on his way abroad.
  • Mohammad bin Salman wrestles waves.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Egypt in 2021.
REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih 
  • A busy and varied year awaits the Egyptian Sawiris family.
  • The shock selects one of Egypt’s airports as its landing site.
  • Ahead of the Egyptian army are two big maturities. At one point, an international honoring for its excellence among Arab armies, and at another, it pays the tax for its excellence.
  • The ball of danger, on the football stadiums in Egypt.
  • Whom will appear before us this time, after thousands of years, will be the real Cleopatra.
  • A big secret accompanies the series of earthquakes in Egypt.
  • The emergence of a new leader to Sisi’s right.
  • With ferociousness, hatred, and bloody brutality, and without any mercy, the [Muslim] Brothers conduct mobile, head-harvesting retaliatory operations in Egypt.
  • From within the Tug-of-War battle between Arab countries, Egypt leads the scene again, and the plate of its weight is superior, even on the scale of the West.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.
REUTERS/Alexander Zemlianichenko
  • President Sisi will try to be an impenetrable dam and at the highest level of readiness, to confront the dangers that await him.
  • Amro Diab’s fanbase is busy with the emergent crisis drawn in his orbit.
  • The level of danger increases for the actor and contractor Mohammad Ali, and for his base and those facing him.
  • An Egyptian prison is subject to shaking.
  • The use of a new method, orchestrated, programmed, and supported by some countries, for the demonstration that aims to punch a hole in the wall of the authority.


What Michel Hayek predicts for the UAE in 2021.
REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
  • Emirati security is on alert twice. Once for exposing plans, and once for encircling the stages of the operations.
  • The Emirati Culture Minister, Noura bint Mohammed, in more than one bright station, and there are attempts to harm the sparkling face at one point.
  • The series of openness and peace that Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed opened with the meetings with the Pope and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, and followed it with the normalization agreement with Israel, is still in its beginning.
  • Bin Zayed will not subside, despite the size of the danger on him and the family, before achieving his goal of bringing the world, with Iran at its front, together on the UAE’s soil, and canceling the distances between its religious and civil contradictions
  • A few lines of security messages are delivered to Jewish diplomacy and communities in the UAE, and vice versa.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid.
REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
  • Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid’s space ambition will not stop at the borders of The Hope orbiter. I see that bin Rashid’s future vision is set to make the UAE a center for astronomy and astronomical research.
  • It’s not clear to me whether it’s a rumor or a fact that causes the fanbase of singer Hussein Al-Jasmi to [create a commotion].
  • Sad news spreads all over the UAE.
  • Caution and wariness in the world of Emirati aviation.
  • An Emirati poetess – yes, this time a poetess, not a poet – takes the torch of Arabic poetry from the hands of male poets and carries it toward international [fame].
  • More than one new law will categorize the UAE among the most open and urbanized countries in the world.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Kuwait in 2021.
REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
  • Head-breaking in Kuwait.
  • I’m reading more than one thing on the Kuwaiti agenda.
    • The first thing: The National Assembly and its president, Marzouq Al-Ghanim, are affected by a storm that blows from and at it.
    • The second thing: A new sadness overhangs Kuwait.
    • The third thing: The leaking of shocking information that revolves around radical changes in Kuwait’s identity.
  • Tough trials and merciless judgments.
  • A fifth column sneaks and makes its way to the pillars of governance.
  • The Emir of Kuwait will have to carry today’s and tomorrow’s burdens of governance, the effects of which will manifest in his health.
  • In a surprising image, a terrorist group awakes to try to shake a side of Kuwait’s internal security.
  • Following his predecessor’s footsteps, Kuwait’s prince carries the torch of peace with merit, and pushes, with positive ferocity, to continue the march of Arab reconciliations; Kuwait and its prince are awaited by massive prizes.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Palestine in 2021.
Reuters/Mussa Qawasma
  • From beneath the soil, the name of the Palestinian poet, Mahmoud Darwish, reverberates.
  • The event of events will be connected to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Tomb of Christ, and the Holy Fire.
  • Marwan Al-Barghouti, from the darkness of the Israeli prisons to the public.
  • Palestinian model Bella Hadid exposes herself.
  • Al-Aqsa Mosque becomes the center of attention, the land of events, the factory of news and its source.
  • Ismail Haniyeh rides more than one dangerous wave and fluctuates in roles, not all of which are guaranteed.
  • Mohammad Dahlan, the man of suddenness and surprises, will surprise everyone, even the media.
A Hamas protest.
REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
  • A Palestinian faction takes off against the traffic and causes a dilemma for the rest of the factions.
  • Ahed Tamimi, to the forefront again.
  • Worrisome rebounds for the positions of Archbishop Atallah Hanna.
  • Boiling in the scenes of the authority and the ranks of Hamas; a volcano of change in the geography, landmarks, and leaderships.
  • Suha Arafat breaks the frame of the routine picture.
  • A state decision related to Jewish settlements is settled. This time, in favor of the Palestinians.
  • President Mahmoud Abbas, between attempts and threats, and there is some danger to his health.
  • Brave initiatives and new steps shine the relationship between Palestine and the UAE again.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Qatar in 2021.
REUTERS/Ibraheem al Omari
  • The “Beyond Authority” show – which broadcasts on Al-Jazeera – and the show’s host, cause a seizure.
  • Fast news about Nasser Al-Attiyah and rally racing.
  • The Emir of Qatar: A striker and a goalscorer, in war and in peace.
  • A preemptive operation reaches a target related to the Olympic Games.
  • A remarkable gesture toward Lebanon.
  • A Qatari move, and on the other hand, an Egyptian move, and the goal is to open a window for the relations between the two countries.
  • Terrorist fingerprints of a confusing kind over sensitive Qatari sites.
  • The Emir of Qatar confuses the world with the strangeness of his positions.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Tunisia in 2021.
REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
  • For some time, the Tunisian Parliament and its area transform into a confrontation space and a criminal site.
  • Al-Ghannouchi pays the price of some of his steps and decisions.
  • Tunisian mourning. A serious wound is inflicted on Tunisian media.
  • Military security positions are assigned to the Tunisian woman.
  • Two question marks about a Tunisian plane and about an airport.
  • The earthquakes and natural quakes are accompanied by security, political, and economic quakes.
  • An iron fist over some extremist terrorist leaderships and heads.
  • A regression accompanies one of the Tunisian President’s speeches.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Bahrain in 2021.
  • Burning coal in Bahrain, and boiling on the grounds of the Bahraini airport.
  • Attempts to impose a new stance in a Bahraini prison.
  • A plan to restrict freedoms and to harm well-known figures.
  • Bahrain’s foreign minister is prone to hazards.
  • A group of political and health challenges awaits the King of Bahrain.
  • Active, wide commercial activity, internal and external; noticeable and giant investments in the waters of the Bahraini islands.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Iraq in 2021.
REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
  • The U.S. military base in Al-Tanf, in a painful blow.
  • Al-Khazali, the leader of the Popular Mobilization Forces and the Iraqi Hezbollah, in pivotal, fateful battles that carry blood and victims.
  • The Green Zone in Baghdad will be a stronghold for filtrations and recalculations.
  • Al-Kazemi tries to endure before two quakes: One of them is natural and the other is security-related.
  • A visit by Kazemi generates a place of boiling.
  • Heads from the Iraqi judicial body are targeted.
  • Iraq shakes as a result of the vibration of the earth’s crust and a terrifying tide.
  • Prominent religious figures and shrines are targeted, and the ramifications [are many].
  • The Ain Al-Assad military base is in the eye of the war storm.
  • Revolutionary communication and shared experiences between Iraq and Lebanon.
  • Muqtada Al-Sadr jumps from the point of peace to the point of no peace.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Morocco in 2021.
REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
  • Noise resulting from the injury of a well-known and famous face on Morocco’s land.
  • An increase in the phenomenon of asylum-seeking in Morocco, for various objectives, by big names and figures.
  • An emergency prompts the king to move away from his office for a while.
  • Moroccan sports reap many prizes and carves its name in the international records of excellence.
  • Moroccan policy challenges the terrorism of coronavirus and the terrorism of organizations.
  • Huge damages in a media outlet and what relates to it.
  • The world of costumes and fashion will take the lead in Morocco.
  • Quicksand between Marrakech and Casablanca.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Algeria in 2021.
REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
  • Young emerging energies in the Algerian world of football touch international [fame].
  • A state of boiling inside and around an Algerian prison.
  • Algerian flags don’t fly over the course of a few days.
  • A dangerous breach imposes and strikes a security perimeter with a command-level order.
  • A media uproar, the cause and source of which is the name of Cheb Khaled.
  • Diplomacy is threatened on Algeria’s land.
  • Algeria will be helpless in a place about reinforcing all of its borders.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Jordan in 2021.
Jordanian Royal Palace/ Reuters
  • The King of Jordan raises the ceiling of defending [sacred grounds] in Palestine and blocks Israeli insolence in all confrontations.
  • A scandalous defect affects a security apparatus.
  • Jordan will form a new destination for investments and capital and break more than one ring in the economic inertia.
  • Eyes are on the children of King Abdullah.
  • Jordan’s nature gets angry, so that we see astonishing scenes.
  • The Jordanian judicial body is subject to fragmentation.
  • A terrorist plan for large targets and head-hunting.
  • White Jordanian hands in the process of reconciliation and peace.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Libya in 2021.
REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori 
  • The name of Saif Al-Islam and the name of his sister Aisha once again distract a wide Libyan space.
  • The scene switches so that we see some of the sites in the Libyan authority flipped upside down.
  • The diplomatic corps receives dangerous signals, one of which transforms into a ball of flame.
  • A crisis, whose title is “Al-Sarraj,” inside governance and outside it.
  • Haftar in the midst of international decisions.


Oman News Agency
  • Achievements that carry an Omani-Emirati double-signature.
  • A wide maritime bet on the Sultan of Oman.
  • A wave of [contentment/checking on] toward the Sultan and the governing family.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Yemen in 2021.
REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
  • At one point, Houthi’s group will wage a battle of peace – not war and not surrender.
  • [Important news] in Yemen will travel from Houthi’s residence, and Houthi has passed through here.
  • A change in the equations of the Yemeni War crime files.
  • A prominent Yemeni figure is gone.
  • President Abd Rabbuh Mansur swings between health and security.
  • Yemen, from [a fire pit] to gestures of reconciliations and handshakes.


  • Sudan’s Bashir and his stick, at the forefront of the news.
  • A Sudanese movement fluctuates between the uprising and the rebellion.
  • From the heart of its problems, Sudan leads balanced reconciliations.
  • The launch of the Sudanese development and construction workshop.
  • Sudan, all of Sudan, and from the heart of the problems, we will see it as the [main direction] for the renewed international tourism.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Israel in 2021.
REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman
  • An Arab-Israeli sports meeting – and I stress the word sports – will witness harsh surprises.
  • It’s time for the rise of the Israeli-Palestinian bartering.
  • The destruction and collapse of an essential landmark in Israel.
  • A big transformation in the fate and trajectory of the Israeli defense minister.
  • At one point, Israel publicly regrets signing normalization agreements with some Arab countries.
  • An emergency hinders the world of one of Netanyahu’s visits, and a negative shade accompanies it.
  • The president of a party, in the highest levels of danger.


What Michel Hayek predicts for Iran in 2021.
  • After what happened and will happen, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps will say its word: “I’m here to [give as good as I get].”
  • Charged signals are roaming in the orbit of Ayatollah Khomeini.
  • Abdollahian spreads fear over a wide space and, with that, the size of the danger on his trajectory increases.
  • Control over an Iranian nuclear plant is lost.
  • Close follow-up of what will happen in an Iranian prison.
  • A strict Iranian decision to [harm] anti-regime heads: foreign, Arab, West, East.
  • Imam Khomeini will not wait for the American presidency to surprise the world with his news, and his mantle forms a big event.
  • Iranian planes, once the hunter, once the prey.
  • Scientist [Fakhrizadeh] – no full stop. Iran is powerfully breached.


Mohamed Hossam / EPA
  • A well-known satellite television station will be the space for a painful event.
  • A striking first-appearance for a new face that has features of Bin Laden and Baghdadi.
  • Boiling at the Arab League blows up its entity, at one point, and fragments [reach] its president and those present.
  • Interpol uses an unprecedented force to arrest big and stubborn heads in the region.
  • Flying saucers, and everything UFO-related that belongs to them, we will see them here in the Arab region.
  • Ghassan bin Jiddu, between envy and fame.
  • Artist Ahlam’s spontaneity exposes her to some accidents.
  • Walid Al-Ibrahimi resists all attempts.
  • The resistance and impedance axis is awaited by two big quakes.
  • The African pallbearers’ band, with its equipment and members, in our region.
Michel Hayek's 2021 Middle East predictions.
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  • The entire issue will become up and from above; planes of all sizes; Most importantly, many of them will not return safely to their bases.
  • In a surprising manner, the Al-Hayba (The Prestige) show, its family, and its fanbase are shaken, and the atmosphere is mysterious, slightly increasing analyses.

For Michel Hayek’s full 2021 predictions for Lebanon, visit here.

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