Peace Agreement Of Muslim Countries With Israel

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – More Arab and Muslim countries would likely follow the United Arab Emirates to normalize relations with Israel, U.S. President Donald Trump`s national security adviser said on Sunday. On August 16, 2020, the Financial Times wrote that instead of bringing about peace, the agreement will reinforce palestinian sense of despair and create more problems in the future, as the Israeli and U.S. authorities ”have shown no interest in a fair solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” [165] Treaties with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are also of great use to Israel. Netanyahu believes in the great strategy of the 1920s, which is that there is an ”iron wall” between Jews and Arabs. This means that Israel would benefit in the long run and that the Arab world would benefit from its neighbour`s agreement. Israel does not want to be isolated in the region. While it understands the long-term benefits, it has also forgotten recent disagreements with the UAE over that country strengthening its military arsenal. Israel and the United States hope that the agreements can initiate a major change in the region if other Arab nations, particularly Saudi Arabia, follow suit. This could have implications for Iran, Syria and Lebanon.

Until now, Israel had only peace agreements with Egypt and Jordan. ”They will be support in the context of a meaningless show for a ridiculous agreement that will not bring peace to the region,” Ashrawi said. The government of the Libyan national agreement condemned the agreement as an ”unsurprising betrayal of the United Arab Emirates.” [95] Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Haidar Sadig was fired for making comments of himself calling the agreement a ”courageous and courageous gesture,” while claiming that there were secret contacts between Sudan and Israel. [96] Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok told Pompeo on 25 August that his transitional government had ”no mandate” to establish relations with Israel and that this could not be decided until after the election of a democratic government. [97] But in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian militants fired two rockets at Israel there, apparently supposed to coincide with the ceremony.