Kushner with revelation; Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman are ready to...

Kushner with revelation; Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman are ready to recognize Israel


Highlight:

  • All that remains are the last signs of the Arab-Israeli conflict
  • The issues between Israel and the Palestinians are real estate disputes.


Doha: In addition to the UAE and Bahrain, GCC countries such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman are on the verge of establishing good relations with Israel, said former US President Donald Trump’s Middle East envoy Jared Kushner. Kushner made the revelation in an article in the Wall Street Journal.

He added that only the last signs of the Arab-Israeli conflict remain. There is a fundamental reason for the long-running conflict between the Arab states and Israel. It was the myth that the Arab-Israeli conflict would end only if the problems between Israel and the Palestinians were resolved. But that was never true.

Also Read: New law for post-mortem; Approved by the Federal National Council of the UAE
This myth was shattered when the UAE and Bahrain established ties with Israel through an agreement known as the Abraham Treaty. The issues between Israel and the Palestinians are real estate disputes. It should not be a barrier to relations with the Arab world. Kushner said the problems would end with an agreement between the two countries and the preparation of a border demarcation.

He added that in addition to Arab countries, countries such as Mauritania have also come forward to recognize Israel. The Saudis no longer see the Israelis as enemies. Jared Kushner said that good relations with Israel were in the best interests of Saudi Arabia and that he hoped that relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel would return to normal if the Baiden government was willing to play a leading role.

malayalam.samayam.com

What was the secret pact with the RSS? SDPI challenges CM

.

The News Gloryhttps://thenewsglory.com/
The News Glory is one of the best news providers in India, we bring you stories on world news, India News, Business, Politics, Technology, Gadgets, Finance and Entertainment. Follow us for special features.