WASHINGTON - When US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shared with the world on Tuesday evening the details of the Deal of the Century, meant to bring peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, they made a point of telling the Palestinian leadership that the entire world will stand alongside them to help if they agree to discuss the deal. The two leaders were not fibbing, ambassadors from the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Bahrain participated in the rolling out of the White House's peace plan; showing that these important Middle Eastern countries are on the bandwagon, at least officially. Oman, which recently went through the passing of its long-serving Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said, is wary of the growing influence of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which had pushed its influence into Syria and Yemen in recent years as well as working hard, allegedly, to reach better ballistic missile capacity.Egypt, one of the most meaningful countries in the Arab world, was not present. Not a single Palestinian leader, from the West Bank, the Gaza Strip or the Palestinian diaspora, was present as well. "This is a deal between the Zionist regime (Israel) and America. Interaction with Palestinians is not on its agenda. This is not a peace plan but a plan of imposition and sanctions," Hesameddin Ashena, an advisor to the Iranian President, tweeted.Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba of the UAE, Ambassador Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa of Bahrain and the Ambassador Hunaina al-Mughairy of Oman were in the East Room of the White House. In the same room were such noted people as Sheldon Adelson and his wife Miriam. The Adelsons are known backers of both Trump and Netanyahu.