Israel PM tell Trump’s critics ‘dead wrong’ on Middle East peace efforts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu aforesaid Tuesday that President Trump’s critics were “dead wrong” in predicting that the Trump administration’s tries to bring peace to the center East would fail — once a series of landmark U.S.-brokered deals were signed earlier this month.
Addressing the annual U.N. General Assembly in a very pre-recorded speech, Netanyahu said it absolutely was Trump who selected a distinct path to peace — “a path anchored in reality.”
“He recognized national capital as Israel’s capital; he recognized Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights Heights; and he place forward a practical peace set up that acknowledges Israel’s right, addresses Israel’s security wants and provides the Palestinians with a dignified realistic path forward if they create peace with Israel,” he said.
Netanyahu continued, “The critics argued that every of those steps by President Trump would kill the probabilities for peace. Well, they were wrong. Dead wrong.”
He spoke simply period of time once the sign language of the “Abraham Accords” at the White House. Those deals, signed between Israel and also the United Arab Emirates, and Israel and Bahrain, saw the normalisation of relations between the 2 Arab countries and Israel — a collection of deals that Trump hailed as “the dawn of a new Middle East.”
Netanyahu, who was present at the ceremony, told the U.N. that he believes more peace agreements with other Arab states will follow
“Now two Arab states have decided to make peace with Israel, and more will follow,” he said, before rejecting the idea that the deals would make an Israel-Palestinian deal less likely. “The expanding circle of peace will not make an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians less likely.”
“It will make peace between Israelis and Palestinians additional likely,” he said.
He went on to urge the international community to square up to terrorist teams like Party of God. bearing on the recent explosion in Beirut, wherever Hezbollah holds an excellent deal of power, Netanyahu pointed to an image of a secret Hezbollah arms depot established on the brink of a gas service associated an entrance to a Hezbollah missile factory. each were within the Beirut neighborhood of Janah.
He inspired the individuals of the world to act now, warning that if it explodes, another tragedy like last month’s may hit their country.
“I inform the people of Lebanon, Israel means no harm. But Iran does,” he said. “Iran and Hezbollah have deliberately put you and your families in grave danger.”
Earlier in the day the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, announced that his country would be running for a seat on the U.N. Security Council for the 2022/23 session.
He said his nation’s call for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital remained “a firm demand,” and said he hoped that the signing of the peace agreement with Israel, “will provide the opportunity for the Palestinians and also the Israelis to re-engage in negotiations to attain peace.”