Palestinian officials reacted strongly to the Bahrain-Israel agreement

Palestinian higher officials strongly condemn Bahrain’s resumption of ties with Israel, calling the move a betrayal of the Palestinian cause.

Palestinian officials reacted strongly to the Bahrain-Israel agreement. Palestinian officials have strongly condemned Bahrain’s resumption of ties with Israel, calling the move a betrayal of the Palestinian cause. According to the details, the recognition of Israel by Bahrain has caused a wave of grief and anger among the Palestinian people.


According to Al Jazeera, the Palestinian people have strongly reacted to the announcement of the Bahrain-Israel agreement by the US President, calling it a stabbing in the back of the Palestinians by another Arab country. Following the US President’s announcement, the Palestinian Authority has recalled its ambassador to Bahrain.

Palestinian officials call Israeli-Bahraini normalisation deal ‘another treacherous stab to the Palestinian cause

The Palestinian Authority’s Minister of Social Affairs told a French news agency that the agreement was aimed at stabbing the Palestinian cause and the Palestinian people in the back.

It should be noted that after the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain has also decided to accept Israel. US President Donald Trump says that another historic development has taken place today. In 30 days, another Arab Islamic country has recognized Israel. UAE, Bahrain to sign peace deal with Israel on September 15.

Earlier, in a statement issued on Friday, Donald Trump had said that peace could be established in the Middle East and that other countries would soon join in and there would be peace in the Middle East.


The US President expressed hope that the major countries would also join it. He also spoke to the King of Saudi Arabia on the phone and talks have started. He will also participate. Last month, US President Donald Trump announced a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, saying the two countries had agreed to establish bilateral relations.

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