Delegates from Oman, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain participated in the release of the White House’s peace deal.
Both leaders weren’t fibbing, ambassadors in the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Oman engaged in the from the peace strategy of the White House; demonstrating these Middle Eastern states that were are on the bandwagon, at least.
Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba of Ambassador Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa of Bahrain, the UAE and the Ambassador Hunaina al-Mughairy of Oman has been at the White House’s East Room.
At precisely the area were such noted individuals as his wife Miriam and Sheldon Adelson. The Adelsons are famous backers of Netanyahu and Trump.
Oman, that recently went through the departure of its own long-serving Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said, is cautious of the rising impact of the Islamic Republic of Iran, that had pushed its own sway into Syria and Yemen in recent decades in addition to working hard, supposedly, to achieve better ballistic missile capacity.
Egypt, among the most purposeful nations from the Arab world, wasn’t present. Not a single leader, by the diaspora, the Gaza Strip or the West Bank, was current too.
“This really is a bargain involving the Zionist regime (Israel) and America. Interaction with Palestinians isn’t on its schedule. This isn’t a peace plan but a strategy of imposition and sanctions,” Hesameddin Ashena, an adviser to the Iranian President,” said.
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