Is This the End of the Arab-Israeli Conflict? Moshe Shai/FLASH90

Is 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.


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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