Well it didn’t take long for the nut jobs in the Iranian State to threaten those countries who have signed a deal with Israel.
The UAE and Bahrain have recognised the state of Israel and this can only be a good thing as it offers more stability in the Middle East, but there is always one rogue state that hates it and is any one really surprised that it is Iran? I am not as they hate everything and they are the security threat in the Middle East and need to be dealt with.
It must be awful to be them as they are permanently offended at being permanently offended everyday. Do they never lighten up??
This is a great deal brokered by the President of the United States, and I am a little disappointed that the main stream news media didn’t really pick it up. If it had been Obama they would have plastered it for months all over the news but their hatred of Donald prevents them from doing something for once in their lives, and one that shows impartial journalism but they can’t because like the Iranians, if it doesn’t suit them they don’t like it.
I don’t know what Iran is threatening but it will be the usual terrorist threats, the lobbing of missiles over the boarder or blowing up what they can get their hands on and if they do then there needs to be consequences, and that is where the friendship pact comes in and they must come to defend each other against this rogue state.
There is talk of the Saudis next and I hope so as people are weary of the ongoing conflict in the Middle East, and it is only by recognising each other and putting certain conditions on that friendship that will result in a benefit for the people of Palestine. however, the people of Palestine need to stop hurling missiles at Israel and actually sit down and talk to them as with other Muslims now signing up to this deal then surely there is a chance at peace, and one they must grasp to stop the building of the illegal settlements. Any chance at peace must be gripped with both hands.
The deal states that the UAE and Bahrain officially acknowledge the existence of the Jewish state, and will establish diplomatic and economic ties with it. The deal breaks with decades of consensus among Arab nations that a peace deal between Israel and Palestine is a precursor to further peace deals in the region. Egypt and Jordan are the only other Arab states to officially recognise Israel. Palestinians oppose the deal, fearing that it will prompt Israel to abandon the peace process and with it their hopes of establishing an independent Palestinian state. (Daily Mail)
I feel that the Palestinians have gotten the wrong end of the stick and must push for help through this contract as surely they owe to all those young people to give them some stability, or there will be more and more wasted deaths and it really is preventable.