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Thanks To President Trump A Historic Diplomacy is Now being Forged In The Middle East

Sources from Israel and The Arab World report on a historic day, as The UAE swears in the first ambassador to Israel.


Donald J Trump is the gift that just keeps on giving.

Even after the disaster that was 2020, the seeds that President Trump spent four years sewing have begun to blossom into beautiful trees.

According to reports coming from The Middle East, The United Arab Emirates has officially sworn in the first ambassador to Israel.

This is HUGE news, why are MSM outlets ignoring this?

Peace in the Middle East is a huge accomplishment, one that none other than DJT could have accomplished. It does my heart good to see things like this happen.

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How dare they call a man like this “inhumane”, or “racist”, or “white supremacist” President Trump did more to encourage global peace in four years than most of these D.C. clowns do in a lifetime.

Take a look:  

The Times Of Israel reported: 

United Arab Emirates Prime Minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on Sunday swore in his country’s first ambassador to the State of Israel, Mohammad Mahmoud Al Khajah.

It was not immediately clear when Mohamed Alkhaja will arrive in Israel to take up his post.

In late January, Israel officially opened its embassy to the UAE as Ambassador Eitan Na’eh arrived in Abu Dhabi. The same day the UAE approved the opening of its embassy in Tel Aviv.

The two countries normalized ties last September, with the signing of the so-called Abraham Accords at the White House in Washington in a deal brokered by then-US president Donald Trump’s administration. Bahrain also joined the accords, establishing ties with Israel.

The Jerusalem Post had more: 

The UAE's cabinet last month approved the establishment of an embassy in Tel Aviv in Israel, state media said, while Israel announced its embassy had opened in Abu Dhabi, after the UAE and Israel agreed to normalize relations in August.

Hundreds of Israelis booked flights and went to visit the Gulf state after the historical signature of the Abraham Accords. In light of this, the Tourism Ministry is hoping to attract many new tourists from the UAE as soon as travel returns when COVID-19 infection rates drop.

In addition to tourism, Israel and the UAE are currently building bridges in a variety of sectors, from hi-tech to space exploration and ag-tech.


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