U.S. Says Another Nation To Sign Peace Deal With Israel

ICBPS- Another Arab Nation will sign a peace deal with Israel next day or two, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft said Wednesday.

“Our plan is to bring more countries, which we will have more being announced very soon … One [country will sign] in the next day or two,” Al Arabiya quoted the U.S. Ambassador.

“I know other [nations] are going to be following,” emphasized Kelly Craft.

According to the agency, Morocco, Oman, and Sudan have been reported to be among other nations looking to forge ties with Jerusalem amid a flurry of diplomatic efforts by Washington to warm relations between the Arab region and Israel.

In August, UAE announced a peace deal with Israel to establish diplomatic ties and normalize relations, which Bahrain followed suit, and said the peace deal with Israel would protect its national interests — and the trio signed the Abraham Accords at the White House on September 15.

On Monday, Bahrain’s interior minister announced that Israel Deal [normalizing relations with Jerusalem] would protect our interests as it strengthens our strategic partnership with the U.S.

On September 13, The Sultanate of Oman hailed the normalization announcement between Bahrain and Israel.

The southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia, ween as another Arab nation that could announce diplomatic relations with Israel, declared it hopes the U.S.-brokered agreement will lead to peace and a Palestine state.

A day after the historic Abraham Accords, Iran-backed terrorists in Gaza Strip fired rockets towards Ashkelon and Ashdod as Israel signs peace deal with the UAE and Bahrain at the White House.

At least six were injured Tuesday evening after Iran-backed terrorists from Gaza launched rockets at southern Israel.

“Rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza Strip during the signing of the “Abraham Accords Peace” deal with the UAE and Bahrain,” reported State-run ILNA, lead by so-called moderate President Rouhani.

“The rocket sirens were sounded in Ashkelon and Ashdod, southern Israel “at the same time as Arab, American, and Israeli officials gathered at the White House,” the IRGC-run Fars News said on its website.


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