ALBAWABA - Israel has cancelled a conference to celebrate the two-year Abraham Accords with Bahrain, UAE, Sudan and Morocco first signed on 13 August 2020 starting first with Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv.
Abraham Accords Conference called off by Israel as Arab States refuse to join https://t.co/Ue3twxpEbx— Middle East Monitor (@MiddleEastMnt) August 15, 2022
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Abraham Accords Conference called off by Israel as Arab States refuse to join https://t.co/h2SxicEhRJ— Dr.John Masawe (@Dr_masawe) August 15, 2022
Israel has seen the Abraham Accords as a great success for diplomatic normalization between the Jewish states and the Arab countries. While local Israeli reports suggest its cancellations are due to the fact that Tel Aviv is facing elections, the fact of the matter is Arab countries are not happy with Israel's recent three-day military onslaught on Gaza that saw 45 Palestinians killed and 360 injured.
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