The United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Bahrain have signed agreements to normalize relations with Israel as part of a strategic reorientation of The Middle East countries vis-à-vis Iran. The government of the Libyan national agreement condemned the agreement as an “unsurprising betrayal of the United Arab Emirates.”  Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Haidar Sadig was fired for making comments of himself calling the agreement a “courageous and courageous gesture,” while claiming that there were secret contacts between Sudan and Israel.  Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok told Pompeo on 25 August that his transitional government had “no mandate” to establish relations with Israel and that this could not be decided until after the election of a democratic government.  The US President also stated that “at least five other” Arab states, including Saudi Arabia, are considering normalizing relations with Israel. The agreements have been widely supported by all parties, but legislators have expressed some concerns. In a statement, House of Representatives spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) cited questions “about the commitment the UAE received from the Trump administration to purchase f-35 aircraft from U.S. industry.” The Turkish Foreign Ministry condemned the agreement and said that the history and people of the Middle East were neither forgiven nor forgotten about what the United Arab Emirates was doing and that it was a violation of the 2002 Arab peace initiative. She called the uae`s behavior hypocritical and added that the Palestinians opposed the agreement.  President Recep Tayyip Erdogan then said that Turkey was considering suspending or severing diplomatic relations with the United Arab Emirates in retaliation and recalling its ambassador from Abu Dhabi.  At the signing ceremony, heads of state and government sat around a long table where President Harry S. Truman had a weekly lunch with his cabinet.
Discussions on Truman`s doctrine of curbing Soviet expansion during the Cold War and the Marshall Plan to send billions of economic aid to Western Europe after World War II were kept around the table. According to the International Business Times, the treaty was generally viewed with skepticism by people from Gulf countries outside the United Arab Emirates.  Emiratis who criticized the deal online were the many than those who supported it due to a crackdown against dissent, with many of those opposing the deal living outside UAE. An open online signature campaign against the agreement launched by the UAE Anti-Normalization Association had received 1.7 million signatures as of 17 September.  In a speech on Fox News, Trump said he had “absolutely no problem” with the sale of F-35s to the Emirates, despite objections within Israel. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he opposed the new agreement and said no one had the right to speak on behalf of the Palestinians. Hamas, which controls Gaza, spoke of a “political sin.” In a statement, spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi said the agreements were “an important day,” but warned of important unanswered questions, including about the F-35. Pelosi said Congress would “monitor and monitor to ensure that Israel can maintain its qualitative military lead in the region,” referring to a term in U.S.
law prohibiting regional arms sales that could threaten Israel. One of the goals of the White House`s appeals is Saudi Arabia, the largest Arab power in the Gulf. So far, the Saudis, whose king is the custodian of Islam`s holiest sites and governs the world`s largest oil exporter, have signaled they are not ready. The United Arab Emirates has scheduled its first official visit to Israel on September 22, a source was familiar with the provisional itinerary said Monday. “It formalizes this, but it should not be overplayed as a solution to a fundamental conflict for Israel with its neighbors,” he added. Israel`s conflict with the Palestinians for