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Voices from the Arab Press

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world

Bipartisan bill seeks to promote normalization between Israel and Arab countries

The bill notes that “Despite the risk of retaliatory action, a rising tide of Arab civic actors advocate direct engagement with Israeli citizens.”

No preelection gifts from Arab leaders to Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu seems to truly believe the Arab world has despaired of the Palestinians, gotten on with its business and all obstacles to cooperation with Israel have now been lifted.

In push for Trump peace plan, Avi Berkowitz met with Arab state officials

Avi Berkowitz, representative for international negotiations, traveled to participate in the Munich Security Conference and met with senior officials from four Arab countries.

RABBI MARVIN HIER (center) and Rabbi Abraham Cooper (right) of the Simon Wiesenthal Center meet with
Bahrain Center for Coexistence teaches tolerance amid antisemitism

“Bahrain, under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, has made it a top priority to build a better and more tolerant Middle East," said Elan Carr.

Despite differences in approach, Arab states condemn Trump peace deal

Following meeting of Arab League, Abbas taking his case to additional international groups, plans to end up at Security Council

US seeks normalization of ties between Israel, Arab states

The remarks from the US official came in wake of the Palestinian decision to reject the administration's peace plan.

SWEDISH CLIMATE change activist Greta Thunberg (center) takes part in a climate strike protest durin
Voices from the Arab press: Davos and underestimating climate change

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.

Netanyahu: Israel to have normal ties and peace deals with Arab countries

Moderate Arab states have publicly insisted that they will only make peace with Israel once a deal has been reached.

Iraqi Jewish refugees stand in a refugee absorption camp. established in Israel in 1950.
Jewish refugees left $150 billion in property in Arab countries

Some 850,000 Jews were forced to flee their homes in Arab countries across the Middle East in the days leading up to and following the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.

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