- Dicembre 09, 2020
That`s the big news here: the three major networks, like most dinosaur media, are so obsessed with hatred of Donald J. Trump that they actively hide virtually everything a positive light gives the president – especially as they insist on working on his November 3 defeat. But recent recognitions of Israel have undermined the traditional Arab consensus that there can be no normalization with Israel until an independent Palestinian state is created. The Palestinians say the recognitions amount to treason, while Israel says the Palestinians have lost what they see as their “veto” to regional peace efforts. “This day is a turning point in history, it rings a new dawn of peace,” Netanyahu said. “For thousands of years, the Jewish people have been praying for peace, for decades the Jewish state has been praying for peace, and that is why we are now filled with such deep gratitude.” “If you had asked me three months ago, or even three months ago, if we had an agreement between Sudan and Israel, I wouldn`t have put the odds on a big bet,” Meadows said. He then added that he did not expect this to be the end. “They will have peace in the Middle East,” Trump said, adding that countries like Iran “are actually getting to a point where they want to reach an agreement. They won`t say it outside. They want to make a deal. “The United States congratulates Israel and the Emirates on this remarkable achievement, which represents a great step forward for peace in the Middle East.
Blessed are the peacemakers. Mabruk and Mazal Tov ,” Pompeo tweeted. Meanwhile, shortly after the agreement was announced, Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer tweeted: “A great day for peace! Israel salutes the courage of the CBM for the historic decision of the United Arab Emirates to join Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994) in the conclusion of peace with Israel. Israel appreciates everyone. @POTUS Trump has made this breakthrough possible. There will be more! “Trump imposed crippling sanctions after paralyzing the Iranian people, depriving them of much-needed medical care during a pandemic and strengthening the brutal authoritarian regime`s grip on power. Earlier this year, he ordered the assassination of an Iranian commander who could wage war. As a result of these measures, Iran finally withdrew from the nuclear pact that Trump himself had torn apart in 2018 – and now has 12 times more enriched uranium than the deal would have allowed. Meanwhile, Trump has been widely praised by some for his foreign policy. Along with his colleagues at Trump`s inauguration for a peace prize in September, an Australian law professor said the “Trump doctrine” was “extraordinary.” All this is very encouraging and, if not different, worthy of news.
The Jewish state and the United Arab Emirates symbolically sealed the agreement last month with the first direct commercial flight between the two countries with U.S. and Israeli leaders, including President Trump`s high-ranking adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner and special representative for international negotiations Avi Berkowitz. He continued: “In 1967, after the Six Day War, the Arab League met in Sudan, and that`s where they got the famous edict “Three No”: no peace, no recognition, no negotiations, and apparently, on Friday, we proclaimed the three for and the peace agreements. The government has already negotiated peace agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.