Last week President Trump announced a peace deal in the Middle East between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Experts have widely praised the first Middle East peace deal in decades while the Obama gang, Democrats, Turkey and Iran hate it.
The historic peace treaty was signed this week. Reuters reported that phone lines opened between Israel and the UAE soon after the agreement was signed:
The UAE and Israeli foreign ministers held their first publicly-acknowledged call on Sunday after the Gulf state opened telephone lines to Israel as part of a normalisation of ties.
Middle East expert John Carafano also praised the President’s efforts:
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Thursday’s announcement of a “historic peace agreement” between Israel and the United Arab Emirates — the first deal to normalize relations between Israel and an Arab nation brokered by the U.S. in over a quarter-century — is more evidence that President Trump is the first president in a long time to get U.S. Middle East policy more right than wrong.
Under the agreement, Israel and the UAE will establish “full normalization of relations,” including diplomatic relations with the opening of embassies, trade, tourism, direct flights and other agreements. The only two other Arab nations that have diplomatic relations with Israel are Egypt and Jordan….
….Let’s be honest. The Trump administration inherited a Middle East policy from the Obama administration that was collapsing faster than a bad day on the Dow.
Iran had become more belligerent after the Iran Nuclear Deal and its surrogates were on the march everywhere. ISIS was governing a murderous caliphate in parts of Syria and Iraq. Syria had collapsed in civil war. Iraq teetered. Israel faced increasing international isolation.
Yet Trump promptly turned a corner on every one of these setbacks for American policy.
Former Ambassador and Acting Director of National Intelligence pointed out that not everyone is happy with peace in the Middle East.
What a headline!
The possibility of returning to the Obama-Biden foreign policy days has our Middle East partners in fear. https://t.co/1ge4HsvEYr
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) August 15, 2020
NSA Director O’Brien noted that everyone was happy with the deal but Ben Rhodes from the Obama Administration and the Ayatollah: