UAE, Bahrain sign deals with Israel at White House

The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are signing renegotiations with Israel at the White House amid tensions in Palestine and elsewhere in the Muslim world around the Arab empires betraying the Palestinian cause.

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Deals signed between Emirati and Bahraini Foreign Ministers, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, as well as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. U.S. President Donald Trump also wrote his blessing on these agreements.

Through US treaties, the UAE and Bahrain have now become only the third and fourth Arab states to build their relationship with Israel after Egypt and Jordan.

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At the White House, U.S. President Donald Trump said five or six countries” other Arab countries were ready to agree to mend ties with Israel.We are still a long way from the road with about five countries, five more countries,” Trump said as he captured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Emirati and Bahrain Foreign Ministers Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani.

As Trump faces a tough election held on November 3, retrospective agreements could help strengthen his election appeal to Christian Christian evangelical voters in the US, which is an important part of his political base.

Entering the podium after Trump, Netanyahu thanked the US president without hesitation for standing on the Israeli side since taking office.

Trump and Netanyahu have called these agreements historically, and the latter said they marked the beginning of the arrival of the new Middle East.


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