The messages of the great possibilities for peace and cooperation are those messages that we send to young people. On behalf of the Government of the United Arab Emirates, I would like to say that we will continue on this path, which we consider strategic. We will continue with the greatest possible strength and initiative to broaden, deepen and diversify it. Trump negotiates historic agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates for peace and prosperity Before breaking political taboos to establish open ties with Israel, the UAE was already sowing the seeds of the agreements by unravelling the country`s secret Jewish community and inciting Pope Francis to celebrate Mass in Abu Dhabi. where there is a considerable community of Christian expatriates. The oil-rich Gulf state, which has preached a new path of interfaith community, unveiled plans in 2019 to build a monumental prayer ground in its capital called the House of the Abrahamic Family, which will include a mosque, church and synagogue when it opens next year. Emirati leaders argued that it would be helpful to make Jews more acceptable to their own citizens before revealing the close strategic ties the government had already maintained with Israel, the Arab world`s main enemy for most of the last century. Almost all of the individual agreements contained significant incentives or compromises from Israel and the United States Here`s a look at how those incentives are resisting, and a look at each country`s relationship with Israel, a year later. The extent to which normalization agreements thrive varies from country to country, and at the moment it does not appear that there are any new members of the club.
But the prognosis of experts and brokers in peace is that the shops will stay here. And Biden deserves some credit for that, a Trump administration official told JTA. In July 2006, a Hezbollah artillery attack on border communities in northern Israel and a cross-border abduction of two Israeli soldiers sparked the month-long Second Lebanon War.   On September 6, 2007, the Israeli Air Force destroyed a nuclear reactor in Syria. In late 2008, Israel entered another conflict when a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel collapsed. The 2008-09 Gaza war lasted three weeks and ended after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire.   Hamas announced its own ceasefire with its own conditions for the complete withdrawal and opening of the crossings. Although neither rocket fire nor Retaliatory Israeli strikes have been completely stopped, the fragile ceasefire has remained in order.  In what Israel described as a response to more than a hundred Palestinian rocket attacks on cities in southern Israel, Israel launched an eight-day operation in Gaza on November 14, 2012.  Israel launched another operation in Gaza after an escalation of rocket attacks by Hamas in July 2014.  In May 2021, another round of fighting took place in Gaza that lasted eleven days.  And we must all build on these relations and growing normalization to make tangible improvements in the lives of Palestinians and move toward the long-standing goal of advancing a negotiated peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Palestinians and Israelis deserve the same level of freedom, security, opportunity and dignity. Abraham had the audacity in our Bible to engage with God, to argue with God, to ask why, and perhaps more importantly, to ask why not. And I think each of you and each of your countries has asked, “Why not?” And the response that we are now seeing before us, with agreements, with standardization and with the obvious benefits it brings to people not only in the affected countries, but I think more and more broadly. The historical component of the Abrahamic Accord eventually became a pragmatic pillar with infinite possibilities. The UAE reached the agreement, driven by a simple and realistic mindset that says five wars and a 70-year boycott have not weakened Israel. On the contrary, Israel has become a reality of life and is a strong state recognized by 163 countries. It was necessary to create a new norm in the Arab-Israeli conflict, the longest regional conflict in recent history. The current status quo is not sustainable. The real challenge to this idealistic pillar of the agreements is Israel itself. In short, Israel is not in the mood to make peace with the Palestinians. Their fragile new coalition government favours the construction of new settlements on Palestinian land. The majority in Israel is against the two-state solution.
More than 80 percent are strongly opposed to the Palestinians having their own independent state. .