Happy Hanukkah to all our Jewish readers!!!
President Trump is a remarkable man. A guy who knows how to close a deal. His talent is not lost on the Israeli’s & the Arabs either. The factions have been at war with one another since ancient times.
Morocco has become the fourth Arab state to recognize the legitimacy of Israeli’s right to exist, and hopes to have a friendly and normal international relationship with the Jewish state.
This is completely opposed to the ideology of The Democratic party, which has backed terrorist organizations like The Muslim Brotherhood, and other sectarian agitators in the reason.
The goal of the Democratic party is simple, back sectarian & theocratic groups against Secular-Arab Nationalists, create conflict in the region, and then use that confllict as a pretense to invade.
And they have the nerve to call themselves humanitarian……..
President Trump is NOT a warhawk, he is a man of peace.
Check it out:
The Daily Wire reported:
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that his administration helped secure a fourth peace deal between Israel and an Arab nation.
“Morocco is the fourth Arab country to move toward normalization with Israel in the last four months as part of the Trump administration’s ‘Abraham Accords’ initiative,”
Axios had the details:
Morocco has agreed to establish full diplomatic relations with Israel, President Trump announced on Thursday. The Moroccan decision comes as part of a deal that includes U.S. recognition of the disputed territory of Western Sahara as part of Morocco.
Why it matters: Morocco is the fourth Arab country to move toward normalization with Israel in the last four months as part of the Trump administration's "Abraham Accords" initiative. But the deal also involves a change in longstanding U.S. policy with just six weeks left in Trump's term.
Behind the scenes: The negotiations around this deal started two years ago but intensified in the last few months. Trump's senior adviser Jared Kushner and special envoy Avi Berkowitz negotiated directly with Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita.
The Israeli government encouraged the White House several times in the last three years to pursue this track, but the talks over the last few months involved only the U.S. and Morocco.
The White House briefed the Israeli government in recent weeks about a possible breakthrough.