Palestinians review strategy with Arab League between historical treaties with Israel


The Palestinian Authority is rethinking its ties with the Arab League as leaders of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel joined President Trump on Tuesday – a landmark signature to normalize relations between Arab nations and the Jewish state .

According to the Israeli news outlet, in a statement Monday, Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shatayh said in a statement, “These agreements mark a dark day in the history of the Arab nation and defeat for the Arab League.”

Shatayh has been urged by the Palestinian Authority to review its relations with the 22nd-member Arab League, failing to condemn the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and the Gulf countries.

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Palestine has refused to accept Israel as a legitimate state for decades since the Arab League, so long as Israel continues to occupy that land, Palestine holds their views.

The United Nations also confirms that Israel has illegally occupied the Palestinian West Bank and parts of the Gaza Strip since 1967.

The Palestinian leadership considers recent generalized relations between Arab nations and Israel to be “stabbed in the back” and a threat to Saudi Arabia-led Arab peace initiatives – which in turn call for Israel’s full withdrawal from the land. For diplomatic relations.

“The Arab League has become a symbol of Arab weakness,” disapproving Tuesday’s ceremony, Shatayeh said.

“These peace agreements will kill Arab peace initiatives,” he said.

But President Trump said the talks between the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain were as the tip of the iceberg, as “five to six” additional countries are allegedly to establish diplomatic relations with Israel.

“We mark the dawn of a new Middle East after decades of division and conflict,” Trump said on Tuesday from the South Lawn of the White House.

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Saudi Arabia is believed to be working to normalize relations with the Trump administration to the Jewish state, but the Saudi government has not yet announced any such plans.

Until recently, Egypt and Jordan were the only two Middle Eastern nations to have established diplomatic relations with Israel, but Oman, Sudan and Morocco are reportedly close to recognizing ties with the Jewish state.

Four member states of the Arab League have established relations with Israel before formalizing any agreement that pressures Israel for occupation of Palestinian territory, which the Palestinian Authority sees as a betrayal.

“This is a violation of official and popular Arab positions, and narrow, short-term accounts with the US administration above the consideration of strategic issues, and Arab and Islamic nations, at the expense of aspirations for Palestinian rights, and the legitimacy of the occupation and settlements,” “The Palestinian Prime Minister said in a tweet before Tuesday’s signature.

But the UAE points to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent halt that Israel-occupied portions as a direct result of plans to establish the Israeli-occupied West Bank – although Netanyahu has said that his plans have been canceled, Is not stopped.

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Israeli Foreign Minister Gabby Ashkenazi has also called on Palestine to return to the negotiating table, although he did not say what conditions they are contesting.

“I call on the Palestinian leadership to understand the reality, to be responsible, to play a leadership role – as UAE and Bahrain have done – and to return to the negotiating table,” Ashkenazi said , According to Israel Hayam.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.