Washington-Israel and two Arab countries signed an agreement at the White House on Tuesday to normalize relations between the two countries. This is a step towards reorganizing the Middle East, but it failed to resolve the future of the Palestinians.
President Donald Trump presided over a South Lawn ceremony. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the foreign ministers of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates also signed the Abraham Agreement at the White House in the name of the father of three monotheistic religions "General Principles Statement. Individual agreements between Israel and two Arab countries.
Trump declared this to be a historic moment for their region. Trump said: "After decades of division and conflict, we mark the arrival of the new Middle East."
The text of the agreement details how the three countries will open their embassies and establish other new diplomatic and economic relations, including Tourism, technology and energy. Israel and the UAE have started commercial air travel between the two countries for the first time, and Bahrain has opened up airspace for these flights.
They rarely mentioned the fate of the Palestinians, but called for "justice.
This agreement is the first such agreement between Israel and Arab countries since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Jewish State and Jordan in 1994. They are also Israel Another step in the de facto alliance with the Gulf Sunni Arab monarchy against its common enemy Shia Iran. Putting pressure on Iran has been a central goal of Trump’s foreign policy, and Trump officials have worked hard to establish a Against the common regional front of Tehran, Saudi Arabia played a major role.
Speaking from the porch above the south porch, just below the south porch, Trump said that on the Truman balcony, the agreement was only the beginning. "Today. The signing of Israel puts history on a new track, and other countries will soon sign similar agreements to end Israel’s isolation of the region.
In a speech to reporters before the ceremony, Trump said that five countries may take similar steps soon-and suggested that Saudi Arabia do so, which analysts believe will be a more dramatic breakthrough. Analysts believe that Sudan and Oman are more likely to achieve standardization in the short term. But they said that Bahrain was probably only taking action under the blessing of Riyadh, and the Saudi royal family is weighing its moves.
Netanyahu also suggested that more countries will follow suit. He said: "This day is a turning point in history." He added: "It heralds a new dawn of peace."
"This peace will eventually be extended to include other Arab countries, and will eventually be able to end Arab-Israel once and for all. Conflict."
This event seems to be held at the same place where President Bill Clinton initiated an agreement 25 years ago, and at the same place to evoke the atmosphere of the scene, which marked the progress of this event, Israeli Prime Minister Raza A handshake between (Yitzhak Rabin) and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Trump announced that "peace will be achieved in the Middle East," which usually implies a solution to the conflict between Israel and Palestine.
However, former Middle East peace negotiator Dennis Ross helped to facilitate the 1993 agreement, saying that the two events were "very different." He said that the agreements signed on Tuesday were “significant” because they showed that “the Palestinians cannot freeze the area and prevent open cooperation with Israel.”
On the other hand, he pointed out that “the UAE and Bahrain are countries outside the state. The war with Israel and the silent cooperation with it.” And this day in 1993 did not feel that “the White House is happening psychologically and historically profound things.”
Trump sought the same Methods to create a feeling
Then, amid the loud horn and roar, the four people moved to a long table. Three sets of agreements were signed in front of the south porch. In front of the sitting audience, the White House estimated that there were 800 people, many of whom did not wear masks.
Among the participants was Trump's female son and senior adviser, JA Red Kushner made Middle East peace the central focus of his White House work and helped reach an agreement.
However, analysts pointed out that Kushner’s original goal was to reach an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. A few months after that, the Palestinian leader announced a peace plan, and it took him several years to get it. dead.
"This is not conflict resolution, nor peace, it is a business transaction," J Street President Jeremy Ben Ami said that pro-Israel liberal advocacy groups have severely criticized Netanyahu . "It is very, very clear that Israel and these countries have consistent interests in military, security, diplomacy, and economics, and these interests have existed for twenty years."
"This is formalized, but it shouldn't be like that. To resolve The core conflict between Israel and its neighbors is exaggerated." He added. He said that the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has been in conflict for decades, and “the agreement has not been resolved.”
Analysts said that Iran’s gravity was not mentioned in the official procedures, which is in keeping the two sides together. Played a key role.  "It is obvious that the supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, provided no small honor for this breakthrough and created conditions for long-term quiet security consultations and cooperation between the Gulf and Israel," Susana Maloney said
This incident is clear that Trump’s political interests were broadcast live on major cable networks less than 50 days before the November election. The Trump candidate is eager to portray the belligerent president as a diplomat and peacemaker. The agreement he reached using online advertising shows that the Nobel Prize he deserves is no different from the Nobel Prize. For this reason, Scandinavian Two legislators from the Asian right wing nominated him.
Netanyahu's interests have also been well satisfied. The Israeli prime minister, who has long been in a symbiotic relationship with the US president, is living through the twin political crisis at home: the rejuvenation of the coronavirus has led him to order a new national blockade and go to trial on felony charges.
The two men never seemed to be as close as Tuesday. Trump met Netanyahu in the Oval Office beforehand and showed him a big golden key embedded in a wooden box. He described this as "the key to the White House, the key to our country The key."
"You have the key Netanyahu replied.
"This is peace in the Middle East, without bloody sandstorms," Trump added.
There is at least one potential difference between them. A moment of harmony. When Trump said that if he was re-elected, he would try to reach an agreement with Iran. After he withdrew from the 2015 nuclear agreement facilitated by the Obama administration, Iran has so far refused to negotiate with him.
"I want Make an agreement with Iran. Trump said. "I will reach an agreement that benefits Iran. This will bring them back. We will do everything possible to help them. Iran will be very happy.
Netanyahu firmly opposes negotiations with what he calls the "murderous Iranian regime". Maloney said that his host’s words "may not be bargaining for Bibi."
As a condition for the UAE to normalize relations, Netanyahu agreed to freeze its plan to annex parts of the West Bank. However, the Palestinians seemed to think about it after the fact and hardly mentioned it in the official speech that day.
However, Palestinian leaders showed no sign of reconsidering their resolute refusal to negotiate with Israel within the framework of the Trump White House peace plan released in January or September. Their views on the agreement reached on Tuesday. The public statement of the Palestine Liberation Organization called it a "black day in the history of the Palestinian people" and said that peace calls for "an end to the Israeli occupation."
Bahrain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdullatif Zayani (Latif al- Zayani) emphasized the cause of Palestine in his speech and said, "A fair, comprehensive, and lasting two-State solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will be the foundation of regional peace."
Minister of the Interior Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan (Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan) thanked Netanyahu for “stopping the annexation of Palestinian territories. This decision strengthened our efforts to achieve more The common will for a better world.
The Trump administration also had to deny that it had agreed to sell U.S.-made F-35 fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates, and Emirates is said to have created the conditions for Tuesday’s agreement.
Special In a speech on Fox News earlier in the day, Lampe stated that despite the opposition within Israel, he would still sell the F-35 to the UAE with “absolutely no problem”. Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a statement Said it as an "important day," but warned you about important unresolved issues, including issues related to the F-35. Pelosi said that Congress "will conduct surveillance and surveillance to ensure that Israel can maintain its identity in the region Military superiority. "Refers to a clause in U.S. law that prohibits the sale of regional weapons that may endanger Israel.
Former Deputy Israeli Representative Chuck Freerich National Security Advisor and "Israel National Security: A New Strategy in an Era of Change" The author of the book stated that it is possible to attach conditions to the sale of aircraft to the UAE to address Israel’s concerns.
He pointed out that when a similar uproar greeted the Reagan administration’s efforts to promote the sale of fighters to Egypt, the country agreed not to sell them to Egypt. Deployed at its Tobruk Air Force Base.
“If this is the price of peace,” he said of jet sales, “by not selling tankers to it, it is forbidden to deploy or destroy avionics outside its territory. To reduce threats.