TRUMP PEACE: Arab, Israeli signatories celebrate first anniversary of Abraham Accords

It’s hard to believe that the Abraham Accords were signed at the Rose Garden just one year ago. How we miss the glorious days of the Trump Administration when we had stability in the world. When we had peace agreements being signed between Israel and her Arab neighbors. Today, the Middle East is once again destabilized because of the policies of the Biden Administration. It’s such a tragedy.

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Arab, Israeli signatories celebrate first anniversary of Abraham Accords

By Arab News, September 14, 2021

  • Four countries — the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan — agreed in 2020 to normalize their relations with Israel
  • The peace with Israel is a ‘warm peace,’ the UAE’s ambassador to the UN said during event in New York marking the occasion

NEW YORK: UN representatives gathered in New York on Monday to celebrate the first anniversary of the Abraham Accords, a series of agreements by several Arab countries to normalize their relations with Israel.

During the event, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan, representatives to the UN from the signatory nations hailed the “incredible achievement” of the accords. Dozens of ambassadors and other officials from countries across the Arab world, Europe, and elsewhere also took part in the event, which Arab News attended.

The UAE was the first Arab country to sign up for the accords, which signaled a new era of political, economic and cultural ties between Israel and some of its Arab neighbors.

Lana Nusseibeh, the UAE’s permanent representative to the UN, told the gathering: “One year ago, at the signing of the accords at the White House, my foreign minister, His Highness Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan said: ‘I stand here today to extend the hand of peace and receive the hand of peace.’

“And this extending of hands certainly has been mutual between the countries represented here today. For us, the United Arab Emirates, the peace with Israel has been a warm peace.”

Nusseibeh said that the anticipated new investments, academic partnerships and joint research initiatives resulting from the agreement have already begun, but added: “What we perhaps did not anticipate, and what we have been inspired to witness, is how the creativity and curiosity of our people truly united once the political elements had been removed.”

Gilad Erdan, Israel’s ambassador to the UN, said the accords should be celebrated as an “incredible achievement” between countries with aligned interests. They allow the signatories to “face the larger challenges to the Middle East with a united front,” he added.

“Our peoples are learning each other’s languages and realizing how much the sons of Abraham truly have in common, as they share kosher meals in Manama and Marrakesh,” said Erdan. “I strongly believe that as others in the region see the fruits of our partnership and feel this transformation, they will join our circle of peace.

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