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Abraham Accords' lasting impact may be eventual peace between Israel and Saudis: ex-ambassador


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Benjamin Netanyahu, elected this week to his sixth term as prime minister of Israel, has said his goal is to open relations with Saudi Arabia.

 

 

The lasting breakthrough from the Abraham Accords could eventually be peace between Israel and Saudi Arabia, according to Ron Dermer, who served as Israel's ambassador to the U.S. from 2013 to 2021.

 

 

If the Biden administration walks away from the "disastrous" proposed Iran nuclear deal, "it will also help advance peace," Dermer told the John Solomon Reports podcast.

If the Biden administration stands against the demands of Iran — the enemy of both Israel and Saudi Arabia — it will allow the nations to come together under U.S. leadership and "continue the remarkable breakthrough that we had with the Abraham Accords and actually get a peace between Israel and Saudi Arabia," Dermer said. "That would be a bulwark of stability for the whole region.":snip:

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56 minutes ago, Geee said:
If the Biden administration walks away from the "disastrous" proposed Iran nuclear deal, "it will also help advance peace," Dermer told the John Solomon Reports podcast.

One of the things that has happened is, these nations (people?) realize they are always 1 election away from being On Their Own, and they better start working together. 

My question is  What Will Happen After the Mullahs in Tehran Go Away (and they will)? Will this thaw continue?

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