An important background impacting the Accords is the historic status of Jews in Algeria and Morocco, an indicator of each of these two countries’ contemporary attitudes toward Israel.
Algerian foreign minister accused Morocco of utilizing Pegasus spyware developed by Israel's NSO Group to spy on citizens and politicians.
Palestinian Media Watch submitted a complaint to the International Olympic Committee against Jibril Rajoub for praising boycotts of Israel at the Tokyo Olympics.
During this speech, the Moroccan scene, internal and external, is reviewed with the frankness and transparency that his majesty has become accustomed to having toward his people.
Moroccan King Mohammed VI urged the neighboring country Algeria to work with Morocco for the development of both countries' relations.
Judoka Fethi Nourine and his coach Amar Benikhlef annouced their withdrawal from the Olympic competition to avoid meeting an Israeli athlete during the event.
The Algerian news outlet Algeria Part reported last week that Younès' daughter, who has been living in France for several years, married an "Israeli Arab,”— an Israeli national of Palestinian origin.
While Chad had cracked down on extremism there is now concern of growing chaos. The burden on Algeria as a center of stability now grows.
It should be noted that the journey undertaken by the Israelis and the Moroccans since the 1960s brings these two nations closer, to have eventually reestablished relations under the Abraham Accords.