What the Historic Israel Peace Deal Means for Trump

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President Trump is by far Israel’s favorite president ever to serve the American people. He has done more to help them in their struggles against their murderous neighbors than any person that has come before him in office. The deal that he has helped broker between the United Arab Emirates and Israel is a historic moment for everyone involved.

Both countries have agreed to what is called “the full normalization of relations.” They are recognizing everyone’s right to exist in the region. And they have agreed to work together. Every party involved has something to offer the other side. Working together is the best way for all to reach their true potential.

President Trump announced that “Delegations from Israel and the United Arab Emirates will meet in the coming weeks to sign bilateral agreements regarding investment, tourism, direct flights, security, telecommunications, technology, energy, healthcare, culture, the environment, the establishment of reciprocal embassies, and other areas of mutual benefit. Opening direct ties between two of the Middle East’s most dynamic societies and advanced economies will transform the region by spurring economic growth, enhancing technological innovation, and forging closer people-to-people relations.”

The Palestinians are the ones that are not excited about the deal. Their cries of defiance are now going to fall on deaf ears. They have tried to rally all Islamic nations against Israel to the point that they are ready to go to war together. But now things have changed.

The UAE wants to move forward and work with Israel to make a better region for an unknown tomorrow. Arab support will fall away from the Palestinians and their struggles to destroy Israel.

But the Palestinians are not the only crybabies fitting over the deal. Rashida Tliab hates the idea. She hates the idea that Israel is now in league with three other Middle Eastern nations. And together they are going to change things for a better tomorrow.

The deal calls for Israel to stop annexing places where the Palestinians are living. But the Palestinians are not happy with the deal because they want to wipe Israel from the face of the planet. They want to see Israel carried away into captivity like what happened to them centuries ago at the hands of the Babylonians.

The Democrats see Israel as a big villain. Every peace deal that has been brokered has been met with hostility. They do not want to see a unified Middle East because it brings peace. And peace is not a word that is their vocabulary.

The liberals were adamantly against the president moving the embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. By making the move the president was acknowledging that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital. This move dug out the hearts of the Democrats and stomped the life out of their anti-Israel beliefs.

The biggest thing that bugs the Democrats the most is found in how good it looks for the president to be able to get these nations to come together. The deal is a slap in their long faces.

The deal ends with the following statement, “Prime Minister Netanyahu and Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan express their deep appreciation to President Trump for his dedication to peace in the region and to the pragmatic and unique approach he has taken to achieve it.”

The statement is a major marker regarding the success that the president has had as the leader of the United States. The liberals cannot attack this victory because it is based in stone for the world to see. The president can claim this victory and triumph without worry that someone like Joe Biden is going to try and steal the credit for it.

President Trump is the master deal maker. He can get two sides of an issue to come together and work out their differences for a better future. The United Arab Emirates and Israel are now allies. They have to work together and make great advancements together. They stand united in the face of opposition and even future attacks from nations that seek to destroy their union.

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