The concept of "wonder weapons" has been around since WWII. They are unconventional or advanced weapons that could give an army on the backfoot, or one that is weaker, an upper hand against its enemy. Such weapons would be needed for a Middle Eastern nation to defend against Israel or NATO nations, for example. The first two items on the list, APFSDS shells and Fire Control Systems, are not wonder weapons to the West. For the Mid-East these two items haven't made much of an appearance in a war with a Western power. These weapons could primarily be used by Iran and Syria, as well as militias throughout the Middle East.
Starting off the list are a simple but necessary munitions for a Middle Eastern tank fleet. Saddam's Iraqi Army lacked advanced APFSDS (Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot) shells during both the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom. This meant Iraq's tank fleet was unable to penetrate the M1 Abrams even if they made a hit. A future war with a NATO power would have to include the use of APFSDS shells for T-55s, T-62s and T-72s.
T-55 APFSDS shell.
The T-72M1 could be built to look like a Merkava or Abrams with light material. It has to be just convincing enough to fool the air force and ground forces from a distance.