Israel takes a step towards Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Tuesday, September 15, in Washington (United States), the Israeli Prime Minister and the foreign ministers of the two other countries, accompanied by Donald Trump, formalized their agreement. It stipulates the normalization of diplomatic relations between its countries. This is a first for Israel, which had not signed such an agreement with an Arab country since the peace treaties with Egypt in 1979 and Jordan in 1994. In Palestine, this announcement was greeted with anger. Israeli flags have been burnt, Palestinians believe they have been betrayed by these Arab countries.
Present at the signing of this agreement, US President Donald Trump has shown himself to be the person allowing this link between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. A concern for the Middle East that he had not shown so far during his tenure. Historian specializing in the United States, Romain Huret believes that this is not “harmless”. A few weeks before the next presidential election, he explains that the American president is trying to regain interest among pro-Israel voters and is trying to give himself the image of a peacemaker in this conflict.
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