Israel, UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house

UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house
UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house

Israel, UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house

President Trump said the agreements to normalize relations marked the dawn of a new Middle East.

But some analysts said his claims were overblown.

Israel and the two Arab countries agreed to sign agreements at the White House on Tuesday to stabilize their relations, a step toward a realignment of the Middle East but one that failed to address the future of the Palestinians.

President Trump pointed out over a South Lawn ceremony where the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the foreign ministers of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates agreed to sign a general declaration of principles.

The White House has named it the Abraham Treaties, after the biblical father of three monotheistic religions, as well as individual agreements between Israel and the two Arab states.

Mr. Trump pronounced it is a historic moment for their region.

After decades of division and conflict, we mark the dawn of a new Middle East.

Mr. Trump said.

The texts of the agreements discloses how the three countries will open their embassies and establish new diplomatic and economic ties, including tourism, technology and energetic activities.

Israel and the Emirates has begun a commercial air travel between their countries for the first time, and Bahrain has opened its airspace for those flights.

They made scant references to the fate of the Palestinians, but include a call for

A just, comprehensive and enduring resolution of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict.

The treaties were the first such agreements between Israel and an Arab state since 1994, before the Jewish state established diplomatic relations with Jordan.

They were steps towards the formation of a De facto alliance between Israel and the Gulf’s Sunni Arab monarchies against their common enemy, Shiite Iran.

Pressuring Iran has been a central goal of Mr. Trump’s foreign policy, and Trump’s officials have worked to build a common regional front against Tehran in which Saudi Arabia has played a major role.

Mr. Trump said the Treaties is just the beginning.

Today’s signing sets history on a new course, and there will be other countries very, very soon.

That make similar agreements, ending Israel’s isolation in the region.

Mr. Trump said that five nations can still take similar steps soon.

And he suggested that one was to be Saudi Arabia, in what analysts say would be a far more dramatic breakthrough.

It is believed that Sudan and Oman are likelier candidates for stabilization in the short term.

But they say that Bahrain most likely acted only with Riyadh’s blessing, and that the Saudi royals are weighing their own move.

Mr. Netanyahu also noted that more nations would follow.

This day is a pivot of history.

Mr. Netanyahu said.

It heralds a new dawn of peace.

This peace will eventually expand to include other Arab states, and ultimately it can end the Arab-Israeli conflict once and for all.

The Palestinians expressed their anger over the agreements by launching rockets into Israel from Gaza during the White House ceremony.

The staging of the event seemed intended to invoke the scene more than 25 years ago.

On the exact spot where Ex President Bill Clinton brokered an accord and an iconic handshake between Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel and the Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat.

Mr. Trump discloses that:

There’s going to be peace in the Middle East.

A phrase that typically suggests a resolution to Israel’s conflicts with the Palestinians.

But Dennis B. Ross, a former Middle East peace negotiator who helped to broker that 1993 agreement, said the two events were

very different.

He said that the agreements signed on Tuesday were

significant

Because they demonstrated that

Palestinians cannot freeze the region and prevent open cooperation with Israel

he also pointed that

the U.A.E. and Bahrain are countries not in a state of war with Israel and have quietly cooperated with it

Also that the they lacked the feeling in 1993.

that something both psychically and historically profound was taking place at the White House.

Mr. Trump sorted out all the same to create a sense of drama as he was joined by his guests in making remarks from the South Portico porch, a highly unusual location for official events.

Then four men moved to a long table in front of the South Portico to sign three sets of agreement although there was about 800 people without nose masks.

Israel, UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house
UAE and Bahrain signs Peace treaties at white house

So after so much years Israel, U.A.E and Bahrain has finally come to a peaceful agreement after decades.

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