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Palestinians condemn U.S.-brokered Bahrain, Israel normalization deal

Palestinians carry placards during a protest in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, on Saturday to condemn the normalization of ties between Israel, UAE, and Bahrain in a deal announced in Washington by President Donald Trump. Photo by Ismael Mohamad/UPI

Palestinians bring placards throughout a protest in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, on Saturday to condemn the normalization of ties in between Israel, UAE, and Bahrain in an offer revealed in Washington by President Donald Trump. Picture by

Ismael Mohamad/UPI|License Picture Palestinians demonstration in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, on Saturday to condemn the normalization of ties in between Israel, UAE, and Bahrain in a deal revealed in Washington by President Donald Trump. Picture by Ismael Mohamad/UPI|License Picture

Sept. 12 (UPI)– The Palestinian Authority management has condemned the U.S.-brokered offer to stabilize Bahraini-Israeli relations.Palestinian officials on Friday implicated Bahrain of betraying the Palestinian people and called the U.S.-brokered offer to develop full diplomatic relations in between Israel and Bahrain”disgraceful and treacherous.”Advertisement The deal was a”stab to the national rights of the Palestinian individuals and their nationwide cause,”Palestine Freedom Company Executive Committee member Ahmed Majdalani said.The U.S. administration’s”delusion that it can make peace between the inhabiting state and the Arab nations without the Palestinians and without an Israeli withdrawal from the occupied

Palestinian areas is political stupidity, “Majdalani added.The Palestinian Authority Foreign Ministry announced it will recall its ambassador to Bahrain in protest.Similarly, Palestinian management knocked the U.S.-brokered offer last month to normalize relations in between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and recalled its ambassador to Abu Dhabi. President Donald Trump announced the offer to normalize diplomatic relations in between Israel and Bahrain on Friday.”They will exchange embassies and ambassadors, begin direct flights between their nations and launch cooperation efforts throughout a broad series of sectors, consisting of health, service, technology, education, security and agriculture,”Trump said.The move makes Bahrain the fourth Arab nation to establish complete diplomatic ties with Israel, after Egypt, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates.Trump stated that he hoped both the UAE and Bahrain deals would encourage normalization between Israel and other Arab nations.Read More Norwegian political leader nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Reward, once again In spite of issues, NATO military chief calls Turkey an important ally Experts: Lebanon blast brings foreign persistence on reform

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