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Israel and UAE, pact Israel, the United Arab Emirates have moved to establish diplomatic ties between both countries.

Israel and UAE, pact Israel, the United Arab Emirates have moved to establish diplomatic ties between both countries.

Israel, UAE pact Israel, the United Arab Emirates have moved to establish diplomatic ties between both countries. This was accomplished, because of the support from the United States of America. These three countries have now called this, a historically move. These countries were in a business agreement, and with science and technology taking the president, they were able to accomplish back to challenge diplomacy between the United Arab Emirates, as well as Israel.

We all know the fact that science and technology in Israel are very much advanced, they have several techniques like desalination agricultural technology, which was used by multiple other countries. So one of the basic uses for the United Arab Emirates was importing of Science and Technology. When it comes to desalination, and also when it comes to agricultural technology. Israel is currently engaging itself in vaccine development for COVID-19. So shortly, United Arab Emirates can get the vaccine from Israel, so it is supporting and gaining access to Israeli research so that in case they're able to find out the same, can also be provided to the United Arab Emirates, and the most important of all, they have come together, because of a common enemy, and antipathy towards Iran, both Israel, as well as the United Arab Emirates have a common enemy in the form of Iran, and pressure from the United States of America, also played a major role when it comes to the peace deal.

When we go back to February 2019 the US had brokered, a security conference to build a global strategy against Iran, it bought multiple countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Israel, and all these countries had secret talks with the United States of America. So these secret talks have also led to the United Arab Emirates and Israel currently entering into consensus, and also building up their diplomatic ties. So the UAE's aspirations to play a major role in the Gulf region, also played a major par.t as entering into a diplomatic relationship.

When you look at the statements made by Benjamin, in the past, he had said that he wanted to annex the Jewish settlements in the West Bank. But after the deal was brokered, he has currently said that he does not want to annex, the Jewish settlement in the West Bank, and at the same time Israel and UAE would want to meet to sign the bilateral agreement, and that is in terms of investment, tourism, direct flight security telecommunication technology, energy, environment, and establishment of reciprocal embassies between Israel, as well as the United Arab Emirates.

 Now let us understand the historical background, when we know the historical background, we would be able to understand the significance of Israel, UAE, pact. When you go back to history books, you have to realize is that there was no country called Israel before 1945. The Jewish world overcame together and they established a country called us, Israel, the minute it was established the Arab countries did not take it lightly. They wage a war against Israel and as a result, the first war with Israel was in 1948. This included Arab countries like Egypt, trans Jordan, Syria, and Iraq, which fought the first war with Israel in 194. Because they fought a country called us, Israel, which became the home for all the Jews from different parts of the world.

So this led to Israel, winning overall these Arab countries because of the support from the United States of America, and to because of the technological superiority and also because of arms and ammunition to advance technology. After this war Israel also fought another three wars, one is in 1956, and that is the switch conflict. Second, was in 1967, which included the Six-Day War and third was in 1973, which included Yom Kippur War. Most important of all these three wars is the sixth day of the war. In this particular war, Israel was able to capture the Sinai Peninsula and Gaza Strip from Egypt, East Jerusalem, and West Bank from Jordan and Golan Heights from Syria. After these three wars were fought the Arab countries came together and they enter into a broad consensus. So in this broad consensus that all the Arab countries will not have peace with Israel, there'll be no talks with Israel, and at the same time, Israel will not be recognized as the country by any of the Arab countries. This consensus picked by Arab countries because of the capture of the Sinai Peninsula. 

This was the land of Egypt, so Egypt had to take it back from Israel, so they enter into a peace agreement, which was also monitored by the United States of America. They enter into a deal which is called Camp David accord of 1978. According to this particular deal, the Sinai Peninsula would be given back to Egypt, and at the same time, Egypt will recognize Israel, as the country.

So this peace talks, or the consensus, built by the Arab countries, was immediately violated by Egypt. So, Egypt happens to be the first country that recognizes Israel as the country because of the Camp David Accords of 1978, under the presidency of Anwar Sadat.

After Egypt, Jordan becomes the second Arab country to sign a peace treaty with Israel, which happened in 1993 is called the Oslo Accord. According to Oslo Accord, the Palestinian Liberation Organization recognized, Israel as the country, and at the same time, they were also allowed to form the Palestinian Authority in West Bank, and in Gaza. After this particular deal was brokered Washington Declaration was initiated by the United States of America, where there was the peace agreement between Jordan, as well as Israel.

When we go back to the year 1978 that particular peace deal, also said that there'll be full implementation of the United Nations Security resolution, 242, which demanded Israel withdrawing from all the occupied territories.

So in the present context, between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. Israel has not given any concessions to Palestine. The same was given in the past, but in the present context, concessions are not given. So Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, of the Palestinian Authority, who was seeking a two-state solution. as lashed out at the United Arab Emirates, and has called him betraying the Palestinian hope? Many countries including European powers and India have supported this very move at Palestinian leadership, as well as Turkey and Iran have opposed this move of the United Arab Emirates.

What are the geopolitical implications or ramifications? Because of this diplomatic ties. When we look at this particular picture, what we see is it is putting two important power blocks against each other, Israel, and UAE come together as they are fighting a common enemy to alienate Iraq.UAE will also be seen as a beacon of tolerance in the Middle East. It will also expose and bring across and advance its soft power by promoting cultural ties, and also religious tolerance and at the same time, United Arab Emirates will become a global center of commerce in the Gulf region. It is also planning to give the initiative to the startup ecosystems, which is another region, where Israeli companies would be able to launch their startups in the United Arab Emirates. These are some of the global ramifications of this issue.


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