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UAE And Bahrain Start A New Chapter In Arab-Israeli Ties – Analysis

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 16 September 2020
UAE And Bahrain Start A New Chapter In Arab-Israeli Ties – AnalysisIn what seemed like a re-enactment of ceremonies that have come before, nearly 1,000 people gathered on the South Lawn of the White House on Tuesday to watch Arab and Israeli leaders sign landmark normalization accords. In addition to the promise of a new page in Jewish-Arab relations, the event generated photo-ops that President...
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News video: Donald Trump presides as Israel and Arab states sign historic pacts

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Donald Trump has presided over the signing of historic diplomatic pactsbetween Israel and two Gulf Arab nations. The US president hopes the move willlead to a new order in the Middle East and cast him as a peacemaker at theheight of his reelection campaign. Hundreds of people amassed on the...

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