Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be making his fourth trip to Africa in less than two and a half years. This time the Israeli Prime Minister will be paying a visit to the central African country of Chad, a Muslim-majority country, to officially reestablish diplomatic ties after 46 years. Prime Minister Netanyahu will likely visit Cameroon on the trip as well. There is also increasing speculation that Israel is about to achieve a diplomatic breakthrough with other Muslim-majority African countries such as Niger, Mali, and even Sudan.
The terrorists at the “Palestinian” Authority have requested an emergency session with the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. The “Palestinian” Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas is panicking, because he knows that if the “Palestinians” lose support from the various African countries at the UN (which they will over time), the “Palestinians” are finished. To make matters even worse for the “Palestinians,” Israel may be close to normalizing relations with Gulf States such as Bahrain, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and even Saudi Arabia. All the “Palestinians” can do is protest. They can’t leverage anything, because they have never created anything of value, which in the age of high technology is a death knell.
Prime Minister Netanyahu deserves huge credit for Israel’s diplomatic surge. Netanyahu would not accept suicidal “land for peace” agreements with the “Palestinians.” Instead, Netanyahu has brilliantly leveraged Israeli technology and innovation to establish relations with countries (in Asia, Africa, and Latin America) that few would have ever thought possible. As a result, Israel is now one of the most exciting countries in the world.
“Palestinians said scrambling for support as Arab, Muslim world warms to Israel,” Times of Israel, November 27, 2018:
Israel’s ongoing thawing of relations with various Arab and Muslim countries in the Middle East and Africa is said to be sending Palestinian Authority officials scrambling, concerned that support for their cause is waning among allies.
PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s senior adviser Nabil Shaath told the Haaretz daily Monday that Ramallah is seeking to convene emergency sessions of the Arab League and Organization of Islamic Cooperation as it worries that countries such as Chad, Sudan, Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia are moving closer toward normalization with Jerusalem — relations that would counter resolutions passed by the two umbrella bodies.
“There are a number of Arab and Islamic resolutions and declarations stating explicitly that there will be no process of normalization with Israel without a resolution of the Palestinian issue based on the Arab Peace Initiative and decisions of the international community,” Sha’ath told Haaretz.
At the most recent summit of the Arab League in April, member countries signed off on a statement vowing not to make reconciliation agreements without an agreed-upon solution to the Palestinian issue.
“What we have been seeing in recent weeks — beginning with Netanyahu’s visit to Oman and the visit to Israel by the president of Chad, and now there is talk of Bahrain and Sudan and ties of one kind or another with Saudi Arabia — raises question marks, and there is therefore a need to clarify the Arab and Islamic position,” Shaath said…
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