Once again, President Trump performed miracles in the Middle East with the Abraham Accords. Imagine what could have been if President Trump remained in office. Israel would have established full diplomatic relations with several other Muslim majority nations across the Gulf, Asia, and Africa. Today, the Biden Administration has no interest in expanding President Trump’s Abraham Accords. Instead, they are determined to re-enter the JCPOA; a nuke deal with Iran that will guarantee war in the Middle East. What a tragedy.
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The first ever direct flight from Israel to Morocco took place today.
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Israel officially launches direct flights to Morocco
Seven months after Israel and Morocco normalized relations, El Al and Israir both launched their first direct Tel Aviv-Marrakesh flights in a ceremony.By Jerusalem Post, July 25, 2021Direct flights between Israel and Morocco began Sunday, seven months after the two countries officially signed an agreement to normalize relations.El Al and Israir both launched their first flights to Marrakesh on Sunday with a ceremony marking the historic flights.Jerusalem and Rabat agreed to normalize relations last December following the Abraham Accords. The agreement followed similar ones with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan.On December 22, the first-ever flight between the two countries carried an American and Israeli delegation led by then-White House senior adviser Jared Kushner. Sunday’s flights marked the beginning of normal air travel for commercial passengers.Israir’s flight left Israel at 8:15 a.m., with stewardesses dressed in traditional Moroccan garb and Moroccan foods served on board. Supermarket magnate Rami Levy was among the passengers.The El Al flight that took off at 11:20 a.m. was decorated with Moroccan flags and carpets.“We continue to build infrastructure and create tourism anchors that will promote tourism to Israel when we defeat the coronavirus,” said Tourism Minister Yoel Razvozov. “The Israel – Morocco route is an important and significant line that will help promote tourism, trade and economic and political cooperation agreements between the two countries. All of these will enrich the state coffers and help our war on the cost of living.”Flights to Marrakesh’s Menara Airport take about five and a half hours and start at $500 per ticket. El Al and Israir will each offer three flights per week.Arkia is scheduled to launch flights between Tel Aviv and Marrakesh on August 3, and Royal Air Maroc, Morocco’s official carrier, will also begin flights in the coming month.El Al and Israir are also expected to begin two flights a week to Casablanca starting August 10, for a total of five weekly round-trip flights to the country for each company.
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