MembersIs This the End of the Arab-Israeli Conflict?

With Sudan’s normalization with Israel we are witnessing the beginning of the end of the conflict.

By Rami Dabbas |
**FILE** Young Sudanese school children dressed in uniform, seen in Juba, the capital of the Republic of South Sudan. South Sudan became an independent state on July 09, 2011, and soon thereafter also a United Nations member state. South Sudan is one of the poorest countries in the world. August 20, 2011. Photo by Moshe Shai/FLASH90 **MAARIV OUT** *** Local Caption *** ???? ???? ???? ?'??? ?????? ??? ??????? ????? Photo: Moshe Shai/FLASH90

What we are now witnessing is the total collapse of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Look at what happened between Sudan and Israel and it is clear that even the end of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is in sight.

 

Why is this peace with Sudan so important?

Here are 7 strategic reasons why this Muslim nation’s normalization with Israel is of such magnitude.

 

First: This event has symbolic significance.

Half a century ago in 1967 after the Arabs were routed by Israel in the Six-Day-War, the heads of all Middle East states gathered in a summit in Khartoum to respond to the defeat at the hands of the Jewish state.

They resolved: No peace with Israel. No recognition of Israel. No negotiations with Israel.

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