Bahrain has Been the Most Recent Arab Country to recognize Israel, according to a statement by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday.
“Citizens of Israel, I’m moved to notify you that tonight we’ve attained another peace arrangement with the other Arab nation, Bahrain.
“This agreement is in addition to this historic peace accord with the United Arab Emirates,” Netanyahu said in a statement from Hebrew.
Bahrain consenting to normalize ties with Israel arrived within a wider diplomatic drive by President Donald Trump and his government to fully incorporate the Jewish state to the Middle East.
Trump chose a separate statement on the arrangement via Twitter, stating the accord came after a three-way phone call he had with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
“Still another HISTORIC breakthrough now!” Trump tweeted.
The three leaders also issued a short six-paragraph joint announcement, demonstrating to the offer.
Bahrain’s foreign minister will attend the occasion.
Friday indicated the 19th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist strikes, together with Trump stating: “There is no more potent reaction to the hate which spawned 9/11 than this arrangement.”
Such as the UAE arrangement, Friday’s Bahrain-Israel deal will normalize diplomatic, industrial, safety, and other connections between both nations.
Bahrain, together with Saudi Arabia, had dropped a prohibition on Israeli flights with its airspace. Saudi acquiescence into the arrangements has been considered crucial to the prices.
The joint announcement made passing mention of the Palestinians, stating the parties will continue attempts” to reach a just, comprehensive, and enduring settlement into the Israeli-Palestinian battle to allow the Palestinian people to realize their whole potential.”
Critics of Israel’s deal with the UAE stated it had been no longer than a marketing stunt, including that it does not represent a significant transformation in relationships.
They said the 1 party who’d bear the brunt of this movement, Palestine, wasn’t involved in the offer.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Palestinian Authority branded the agreement a”betrayal” of the Palestinian cause.