Will Israel-UAE’s “historic” deal to normalise relations Succeed or Fail to Deliver Stability to the region and “Just Peace” to Palestinians?
on August 13, 2020 BBC News reports: “Israel and the United Arab Emirates have reached a deal to normalise relations, with Israel agreeing to suspend its controversial plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.
In a surprise statement by US President Donald Trump, who helped broker it, the countries called the accord “historic” and a breakthrough toward peace. Until now Israel has had no diplomatic relations with Gulf Arab countries.
But shared worries over Iran have led to unofficial contacts between them.
Palestinian leaders were reportedly taken by surprise. A spokesman for President Mahmoud Abbas said the deal amounted to “treason”, and the Palestinian ambassador to the UAE was being recalled.”
President Trump called the deal between Prime Minister Netanyahu and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan “a truly historic moment”. It marks only the third Israel-Arab peace deal since Israel’s declaration of independence in 1948, after Egypt and Jordan.”
So, will Israel-UAE’s “historic” deal to normalise relations succeed or fail to deliver “Just Peace” to Palestinians?
No chance of success.
How about it delivering stability to the region?Well, the chances of this are even lower than ‘no chance’.In fact, Survivability News predicts new instabilities.Watch this space.