Trump’s son-in-law: 4 Arab countries on their way to normalization with Israel

Baghdad, Son-in-law and Advisor to former US President Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, expects more countries to join the normalization agreements with Israel soon.

Kushner wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal in which he said: We are witnessing the last remnants of what was known as the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Arab world is no longer boycotting the Jewish state, but rather betting that it will prosper.

He added: One of the reasons for the continuation of the Arab-Israeli conflict for a long time is the myth that it can only be resolved after Israel and the Palestinians solve their differences. This was never true.

Kushner said: There are also many other countries that are close to joining the Ibrahim Accords, including Oman, Qatar and Mauritania. These relationships must be pursued vigorously, every deal is a blow to those who prefer chaos.

He continued: Most importantly, normalization between Saudi Arabia and Israel is on the horizon. The kingdom put a toe in the water by granting Israel the rights to fly over its territory and, more recently, allowing an Israeli racing team to participate in the Dakar Rally.

Kushner said: The Saudi people began to see that Israel is not their enemy, and relations with Israel are in the Saudi national interest and can be achieved if the Biden administration leads the efforts.

Under the Abraham agreements brokered by the Trump administration last year, 4 Arab countries, namely the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco, agreed to establish relations with Israel.


Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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