According to some reports a breakthrough has been made between Israel and Oman. An agreement could be finalized in the coming day. However, if Joe Biden is elected POTUS on November 3rd, then all of the progress in the Middle East could end.
Watch Obama’s former SOS John Kerry insist that Israel must establish peace with the neo-Nazi Palestinian Authority, before it could expect to make peace with the rest of it’s Arab neighbors. He was dead wrong then, and he is dead wrong now. But Kerry’s policies will be adopted by a Biden administration.
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🇦🇪🇮🇱 Peace between United Arab Emirates & Israel.
🇧🇭🇮🇱 Peace between Bahrain & Israel.
🇸🇩🇮🇱 Peace between Sudan & Israel.
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After Sudan deal, Trump predicts Saudis, 4 others to forge Israel ties
‘We have at least five that want to come in,” Trump tells reporters in White House after announcing third normalization deal between Israel and Arab state in recent months
WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump predicted Friday that Saudi Arabia would soon forge ties with Israel after brokering an agreement for Sudan to normalize ties with the Jewish state.
Speaking to reporters as he held a three-way phone conversation with the prime ministers of Israel and Sudan, Trump said at least another five Arab nations wanted to join the diplomatic bandwagon, which saw the inking of similar agreements involving Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates last month.
“We have at least five that want to come in,” Trump told reporters in the White House.
“We expect Saudi Arabia will be one of those countries,” he added, as he praised the country’s “highly respected” rulers King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
“We will be signing many nations over the next coming weeks and months, including some very big ones. It’s very exciting, actually. It’s peace in the Middle East without bloodshed,” said Trump. “And the Palestinians, by the way, if you ask about the Palestinians, they’re wanting to do something. They have never seen anything like this. They’re wanting to do something. I’m sure that will get done too.”
Although Trump did not mention any other countries, Oman and Mauritania are among the other countries in the region that have been tipped to normalize ties.
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