This is a pioneering agreement, as the United Arab Emirates is only the third Arab country and the first in the Gulf to recognize Israel. For the United States, in the run-up to the next U.S. presidential election, Trump could see the deal as a foreign policy success. The agreement comes after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the West Bank, which had been heavily criticized by Gulf Arab countries, Europe and some other countries around the world. The date of the agreement is also important. With just a few months to go until the election, this is a great diplomatic victory for President Trump. The Palestinians: Despite the obvious Israeli promise to end the annexation, the Palestinian leadership rejected the agreement and recalled their ambassador from Abu Dhabi. From the point of view of the Palestinians and their supporters, the agreement reflects the bad faith parts of Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, as the Israelis and Emiratis had already normalized their relations before the Abraham Agreement. The agreement will be known as the Abraham Agreement.
The peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates formalized the thaw in Arab-Israeli relations that had been in place in recent years. Under the agreement announced by the United States The situation in the Middle East is complex and some observers believe that domestic policy in Israel and the United States may also be somewhat linked to this agreement. Several Middle Eastern nations also have controversial relations with Iran, and this improvement in relations between Israel and the Vae could be an attempt by the United States and Israel to use leverage to push other Gulf Arab countries to alienate Iran. Last week, Trump announced that Israel and the United Arab Emirates had reached a peace agreement. Many countries, including European powers and India, welcomed this, while Palestinian leaders as well as Turkey and Iran struck in the United Arab Emirates. Netanyahu, facing weeks of mass protests against his mismanagement of the coronavirus epidemic, a drop in popularity in his country, and tried for corruption, could use the deal to revive his image. However, it risks alienating much of its electoral base, which had supported its plans to annex the West Bank. Recently, the US President announced that Israel and the United Arab Emirates have reached a peace agreement. The agreement is a historic diplomatic breakthrough that would promote peace in the Middle East region. This would not only serve the interests of the world, but also India, which, because of its cultural and commercial relations, represents an important part of the Middle East. Israel had signed peace agreements with Egypt in 1979 and with Jordan in 1994. But the United Arab Emirates, along with most other Arab nations, has not recognized Israel and has not yet had formal diplomatic or economic relations with Israel.
Ironically, the UAE peace agreement is about to take back-to-back decisions by the Trump administration to recognize Jerusalem as Israel`s capital and its sovereignty over the Syrian Golan Heights.