Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday praised Bahrain’s decision to normalise relations with Israel.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Reuters)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday (September 11) praised Bahrain’s decision to normalise relations with Israel.
Bahrain joined the United Arab Emirates in establishing diplomatic ties with Israel on Friday, a move forged partly through shared fears of Iran, but one that threatens to leave the Palestinians further isolated.
A month ago, the United Arab Emirates agreed to normalise ties with Israel under a U.S.-brokered deal which is scheduled to be signed at a White House ceremony hosted by Trump on Tuesday (September 15).
The Israel-UAE ceremony will be attended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Emirati Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan.
Netanyahu called next week's meeting in Washington DC "a great historic moment of peace."
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