“Between a long period and a short period of time,” he said. “That`s what temporary means.” The contract was generally viewed with skepticism by Gulf residents outside the UAE, according to the International Business Times.  Fewer Emiratis criticized the deal online than supported it due to a crackdown on dissent, with many opponents of the deal living outside the UAE. An online signature campaign opened against the agreement of the non-governmental organization UAE Anti-Standardization Association had received 1.7 million signatures as of September 17.  However, peace education and education are not among these areas. Although the governments of the Gulf states do not share borders with Israel and have never confronted Israel militarily, the full normalization of non-state relations between the countries remains a major challenge. Many Arabs have deep-rooted anti-Semitic, anti-Israeli and anti-Zionist views. Holocaust denial is still common in public opinion in Arab countries. Trump has predicted a signing ceremony at the White House in a few weeks. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton held such ceremonies when Israel normalized relations with Egypt and Jordan. “I am confident to say that soon there will be more Arab countries joining the circle of peace,” he said. “When I was elected, they said the war would start with someone in a few days, and I kept us out of the war,” Trump said. With the uae`s agreement, Israel opens a new temporary chapter with the Gulf Arabs It goes without saying that without Iran`s growing threat to the security of the Gulf states, such normalization of relations outside of a comprehensive peace in the Middle East would have taken place.
Following the agreed protocol signed between the parties in Abu Dhabi on 1 September 2020, the Parties shall cooperate with a view to rapidly deepening and broadening bilateral investment relations and give high priority to the conclusion of financial and investment agreements, recognising the key role of these agreements in the economic development of the Parties and the Middle East as a whole. The Parties reaffirm their commitment to protect investors, consumers, market integrity and financial stability and to comply with all applicable regulatory standards. Recognizing their common objective of advancing the development of regional economic policy and trade in goods and services, the Parties shall endeavour to promote cooperation on strategic regional infrastructure projects and shall consider the establishment of a multilateral working group for the “Paths to Regional Peace” project. Bahrain`s foreign minister will attend the event and sign his own agreement to normalize relations with Israel, announced by President Donald Trump last week. What was revealed by the washington-brokered normalization deal between Israel and the UAE is the acceptance of the case for a regional buffer to counter Iran`s growing power and influence. The normalization of diplomatic relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates has been repeatedly described as a “breakthrough” and an important step on the road to a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. But the “Abraham Accords,” as the Israel-UAE agreement is called, constitute a significant shift in the balance of power in the Middle East and are portrayed by the Trump White House as a major foreign policy coup. .