The Micah Report Columns Thoughts Predictions About Micah Archives Contact
The Micah Report

« Iran in War Games | Main | Israel Must Be a Bi Partisan Issue »

More In Line For Peace Train
By Micah Halpern

Monday September 14, 2020

I've Been Thinking:

First UAE then Kosovo now Bahrain.

And now Oman. Oman state media issued a statement saying that Oman welcomed Bahrain's decision to normalize relations with Israel and hopes it will contribute to Israeli-Palestinian peace.

In one weekend, from a Friday to a Sunday, two Arab countries followed UAE. And earlier in the week Kosovo, a Muslim country, did the same. That makes it three countries in one week.

The Bahraini government statement read:
"Bahrain hopes this new strategic path taken by some Arab countries will contribute to bringing about a peace based on an end to the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands and on establishing an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as capital."

A few days after the UAE / Israel accord was announced on Aug. 13, Israelís intelligence minister explained that Oman could also formalize ties with the country. Oman has welcomed the UAE and Bahraini decisions but has not commented on its own prospects for normalized relations.

Such statements are normally seen as the final steps in the process. In this case they are the first public statements, but they are also the last country to come out after long and secret talks with Israel.

Read my latest book THUGS. It's easy. Just click.

To reprint my essays contact sales (at)
Follow MicahHalpern on Twitter

15 September 2020 11:25 PM in Thoughts

Trackback Pings

TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference More In Line For Peace Train:

» Geam Bmc Probus 2018 from Geam Bmc Probus 2018
The Micah Report [Read More]

Tracked on September 14, 2020 04:21 AM

» Learn Additional from Learn Additional
The Micah Report [Read More]

Tracked on September 14, 2020 07:16 PM

» Geam audi a8 2009 from Geam audi a8 2009
The Micah Report [Read More]

Tracked on September 15, 2020 09:04 PM


Post a comment

Powered by Movable Type     Site design by Sekimori