Palestinian funding from Arab countries dropped by 85% in 2020

Their financial situation deteriorated amid the coronavirus pandemic, but also during a period when normalization agreements were being negotiated between several Gulf states and Israel.

Abdullatif Al Zayani, Benjamin Netanyahu, Donald Trump, and Abdullah bin Zayed
US Amb. to UN: Another normalization accord will come in next days

A potential third Israel-Arab state accord comes following the recent normalization agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

The flags of the United States, Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are projected on a section
Diplomacy built Israeli-Arab peace. The private sector will sustain it

As the normalization train moves forward, the most pressing question is when, not if, another country jumps aboard.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Foreign Minister Abdullah bin
Netanyahu, Bahrain leader speak on the phone

The phone call, which took place during the coronavirus cabinet meeting, was about possible ways of cooperation between Israel and Bahrain.

Bahrain king says accord with Israel not directed against any country

Sporadic street protests have broken out in Bahrain since it signed the accord with Israel earlier this month.

Sudan talks with UAE, US could lead to normalization with Israel - report

If Sudan's's requests for economic aid are met, it could take only days to announce a normalization agreement between Sudan and Israel.

My Word: Prayers, peace, politics and a pandemic

Last year, we hadn’t heard of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus; this year, there was no escape.

PIJ leader: Gaza terror groups have military presence in West Bank

"Soon we will develop new equations that may reach joint military action," said Nakhalah, stressing that there is "no binding truce."

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas gestures beneath a poster of the late leader Yasser Arafat
Palestinian anger should be directed inward - analysis

The Palestinians have a right to be angry – but that anger should be directed at their leaders.

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