While we approach to the move of United States embassy to Jerusalem, the media reports on holding a friendly women’s basketball match between UAE and the occupation regime of Jerusalem.
In the same vein, Yonatan Gonen, responsible for the virtual diplomacy of the Arab section at the Zionist Foreign Ministry, in a commentary expressed satisfaction at organizing the contest saying that sport was a victory and Israel and the Emirates held a basketball match together.
It is reported that the match was held on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the announcement of the existence of the Zionist regime (lousy Palestine).
Earlier, the first bike tour of the Giro d’Italia held in the occupied territories with presence of the teams from the two Arab countries of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
On the other hand, the Palestinian news agency, Safa, reported on Friday (May 11th), quoting a Western diplomat wrote that at a ceremony in the Israeli embassy on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of this fake regime at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Cairo, Osama Ahmed al-Nahli, the new ambassador of Saudi Arabia and Rashed Bin Abdul Rahman Al Khalifa, Bahrain’s Ambassador were there too.
The Saudi ambassador denied the news on Twitter.
In this regard, the Bahraini Foreign Minister also supported the Israeli regime’s invasion of Syria, calling it “self-defense.”
The normalization of the relations of some Arab countries with the Israeli regime is one of the most important changes which accelerated, especially after the arrival of Salman bin Abdulaziz in Saudi Arabia in 2015.
Prior to 2015, there was a relationship between some Arab states of Persian Gulf region and the Israeli regime, but these relations were not public.
The Persian Gulf Cooperation Council has doubled since June 2017, when tensions increase between Qatar and three members of the council, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt with Qatar. The three countries of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain, which form a pillar of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council, took a common foreign policy on Israel.
This common foreign policy includes the formal recognition of this regime, the normalization and strengthening of relations, as well as the removal of the issue of Palestine from the priority of foreign policy of these countries.
It seems that some Persian Gulf states have demonstrated with their political movements in recent years that not only they are not opposed to the transfer of the US embassy to Jerusalem but also seek to normalize relations and build a close relationship with the ancient enemy of the Muslim world, the regime of Zionist
This morning (May 12th), US President Donald Tramp wrote in a message on his Twitter page that in the next week, when the US embassy in Israel is transfered to Jerusalem, is a great week. I congratulate everyone.