MANY have hailed the new US-expedited Israel-UAE accord as a hint of something to look forward to in the savage and complex area of the Middle East. Yet, regardless of its expansive appeal to reinforce monetary and social ties between the two nations, it neglects to address the Palestinian inquiry, thus hosing all expectations of this record turning into a worldwide format for future arrangements of Israel with nations including Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (involving six Middle Eastern governments) embraces and stands behind this agreement. Truly, GCC individuals have been solid allies of the Palestinian reason, and their feelings for the equivalent are genuine. So why has the GCC chosen to change course now?
The significant fault for the GCC’s disappointment with the Palestinian administration can be ascribed to the force battle among Hamas and Fatah and their previous allyship with key GCC adversaries, for example, Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood. Be that as it may, this arrangement establishes the framework of an assembled coalition against Iran and its intermediaries inside the Middle East. With America’s favoring, the GCC has embraced another multipronged methodology pointed toward strengthening the tension on Iran. To start with, they plan on drawing in the European nations to destroy Hezbollah’s impact in the Middle East. This would be upheld by full and unrestricted strategic help of Israel that would be all set to limits to settle its long-running fight with Iran.