For the first time in history, a peace treaty has been achieved between an Arab state and Israel without “land for peace,” which has been code for creating a Palestinian state in the land of Israel. “Give them the land they want, and this will resolve the conflict” is the ad nauseum mantra. This time it was a “peace for peace” treaty which hopes to strengthen the Arab-Israeli front against Iranian expansion threats in the region. In addition, the Arab countries and the state of Israel will benefit from the new and open diplomatic, cultural, science and technology cooperation.
While the international community are showing support and even enthusiasm, the Palestinians are angry about the peace. They feel that they have been left out and rejected by a peace agreement with an Arab nation that has not taken their demands on Israel into account.
Rami Dabbas, Israel Today correspondent in Jordan, reports on what Palestinian intellectuals and influencers think about the United Arab Emirates...
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