Bibi Lands in DC to Sign Peace Deals

Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu go to Washington to sign peace deals

Credit:Avi Ohayon/GPO

The United States helped with the recent peace agreements Israel made with her Arab neighbors. And now the U.S. will play host to the signing of these deals. The Jerusalem Post’s Lahav Harkov reports that Israeli PM Netanyahu arrived in Washington for the historic agreements:

Netanyahu emphasized the historic nature of the trip, in which he is set to sign normalization agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, only four days after the latter announced official ties with Israel on Friday…

Netanyahu said his conversation with Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa on Friday was “very warm” and that they decided to establish official peace and full ties between the countries.

“We now have two historic peace agreements with two Arab countries within one month,” Netanyahu told cabinet ministers. “I am sure that we all praise this new age… I want to promise you that each and every one of you through your ministries will be a part of it, because this is going to be a different peace…”

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