Netanyahu Reveals: ‘Four More Peace Agreements With Arab Countries Imminent’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits at the Home Front Command base in Ramla on August 4, 2020. Photo by Yossi Aloni/Flash90

JERUSALEM (VINnews) — At an election campaign meeting Monday in Rishon Letzion, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu revealed that there are four more peace agreements with Arab countries which are expected to be signed soon in addition to the four which Israel signed over the last half a year with the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.

Former US senior White House advisor Jared Kushner also wrote in an article in the Wall Street Journal that four more peace deals are expected to be signed in the near future. Kushner declared that the Arab-Israeli conflict was officially over. “We are witnessing the last remnants of what was termed the ‘Arab-Israeli conflict’. The Arab world will cease boycotting Israel,” Kushner wrote.

Kushner described how the UAE announced a new 10 billion dollar investment in Israel Friday, adding that “the Arab world is no longer boycotting the Jewish state but betting that it will thrive.”

Kushner also revealed the identities of the four countries expected to make peace with Israel, stating that “Saudia, Qatar, Oman and Mauritania are on their way to normalizing their relations with Israel.”



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