Following the September 11 attacks and the war in Iraq, the Arabic world faced several challenges during the period from 2001 to 2011 which led to instability and severe changes in the power balance in the region. During this period, new confrontations broke out while the old political tensions took new dimensions. During those ten years, the Arabic world witnessed three international wars and two civil wars. Additionally, the influence of the international and regional powers increased dramatically. Under these circumstances, the Arabic league arose as a major player and a first choice, for the Arabic countries, that has the ability to encourage an active interaction with the different circumstances. The Arabic league introduced itself as an honest reflection of the regional Arabic political situation. The influence and the performance of the Arabic league depended mainly on the strength and the influence of leading alliances in the Arabic region.