The deal ensures the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Morocco after ties were cut off in 2000.
“This is one of the great days in the history of Sudan,” Trump said, noting that Israel and Sudan have been in a state of war for decades.
Given the partisan nature of the selected debate moderators, it’s difficult not to view the latest attempts to silence foreign policy discussion through the prism of anti-Trumpism.
For decades, foreign policy experts—the blob—assumed much about the Middle East that has turned out to be completely wrong.
Rather than acknowledging they were wrong and having the grace to celebrate the Trump administration’s historical breakthrough, leftist pundits are busy trashing these agreements as ‘no big deal.’
Trump also signaled that brokering more peace deals in the Middle East is a priority for him, claiming that Saudi Arabia might be next.
A joint statement released by the United States, the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the State of Israel announced the ‘establishment of full diplomatic relations between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain.’
The Abraham Accord provides genuine hope for Israel and its neighbors, and is one of the greatest foreign policy achievements for the Trump administration.
Normalization with Israel opens access to state-of-the-art health care technology, agriculture, defense, and telecommunications for nations who seek peace.
If President Trump is reelected this November, the world may indeed witness a few more peace agreements out of the Middle East.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially established diplomatic ties Thursday in a peace agreement brokered by the United States.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t need psychoanalysis, she needs lawyers.
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