Israel and Arab countries do not have any official diplomatic relations for long time. The conflict between the Israelis and the Arabs is the Middle East. The United Nations has established Israel, a nation under the control of Jews in Palestine in the late 1940s, in territory inhabited by Palestinian Arabs. Israel was placed in the midst of Four Arab nations Egypt, Jordon, Syria, and Lebanon. The presence of Israelis has led to constant contention between Israel and the Arabs. However, news reports have exposed corporations and hidden diplomatic relationships between Arabs and Israelis, in the hunting of mutual goals against the regional enemy Iran.
Now, Israel has gained more diplomatic recognition internationally than at any time since independence. Some Arab countries have come around to accept the existence of Israelis and are beginning to establish ties. As of August 2020, 163 of the 193 UN member states recognize Israel. However, 30 UN members of which 17 are the members of the Arab League who still do not accept Israel.
After Egypt’s peace treaty with Israel in 1979, followed by Jordan’s in 1994, the United Arab Emirates is has become the third gulf country (after Egypt and Jordan) that is most likely to recognize Israel. In 2015, Israel opened a diplomatic office in the Emirate capital tied the International Renewable Energy Agency; Israeli athletes have participated in the regional competitions in the UAE; senior Israelis officials have visited Abu Dhabi; and also participated in Dubai’s World Expo 2020, which is now scheduled to open in October 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In August, UAE haveestablished full diplomatic ties to reach a deal to normalize relations with Israel, paving the way for other Arab Nations to do the same but angering the Palestinians. Discreet contacts between the UAE and Israel have been under ways for years but still, the details of this normalization deal were kept secret for a long time. President Dolan Trump announced that Israel and UAE would establish Full normalization of relations and that is exchanged Israel would forgo for now declaring sovereignty and suspending annexation over occupied West Bank territory. The deal between Israel and UAE would lead to greater corporation on investment, technology, energy, tourism, direct flights,security, business relations, and many other areas. These two countries allow regular direct passenger flights, open embassies, and trade ambassadors for the first time in history. This deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful, prosperous, and secures the Middle East. According to the Emirati Government, the agreement would immediately stop Israel plans to annex parts of the West Bank and provide an opportunity for the Palestinians and Israel to renew negotiations to end their conflict.
But this agreement generated an immediate backlash and said as a black day in the history of Palestine. The Palestinians felt abandoned by the Arab Nations leaving them to remain locked in an untenable status even without the threat of annexation. Palestinians continue to say no to accept their existence and clinging to their belief that others will keep up the fight to eliminate the Israelis altogether.