Dear contributor, that`s not true. Palestine is a non-UN member state and is recognized by more than 135 nations (with which it maintains bilateral relations). Because you do not respectfully accept Palestine`s inalienable right to exist, this does not mean that a two-state solution should not be implemented. If it is not a two-state, one state, in which all men will live in the Holy Land, regardless of skin colour, profession of faith, race or gender, will live in the same way. Please remember that there are 100 UN resolutions. The present government of Israel still wants to develop settlements and have only settlements with settler routes. This is not a way to achieve peace. God bless. Given that the government of Israel is based in Jerusalem and not in Tel Aviv (as peace shows), I am enumerating the knowledge of the author of the region, the longtime New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman, who has written for decades about international geopolitics and was a more frequent critic of Trump`s policies, than “exactly what Trump said in his tweet : a “huge breakthrough”.  On behalf of the United States and Russia, co-sponsors of the Middle East peace process, they welcome this great opportunity of history and hope.
The new historical agreements are different from previous agreements, as they are not the result of the Cold War or the so-called “Land for Peace” framework after the 1967 Six-Day War, but follow a new model of peace based on common interests. Both are the result of economic opportunities and common security concerns, particularly with regard to Iran. If the pact were respected, the UAE would be only the third Arab country to have normal diplomatic relations with Israel, with Egypt, which signed a peace agreement in 1979, and Jordan, which signed a treaty in 1994. It could reorganise the long-running impasse in the region and perhaps lead other Arab nations to follow suit by forging an increasingly explicit alliance with Israel against their mutual enemy in Iran, while at least for the time being removing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu`s explosive annexation plan. India welcomed the agreement and said that the two nations were its allies and that it had always supported peace and prosperity in West Asia. Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had previously said that UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan had called him to discuss the agreement.  Bouthaina Shaaban, political and media adviser to the Syrian president, criticized the agreement in his comments in the Al-Watan newspaper, saying that secret relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel had existed for decades, but now they have revealed it publicly. She said that there was nothing new in the agreement and regretted that the Gulf countries had been hostile to Iran, but that they wanted peace with Israel, which abhors the history of the Arabs and seizes Palestinian land by force.  Just a few moments ago, I made a very special call with two friends, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of the United Arab Emirates, to agree to a historic peace agreement.