Israel had signed peace agreements with Egypt in 1979 and with Jordan in 1994. But the UAE, along with most other Arab nations, has not recognized Israel and has not yet had formal diplomatic or economic relations with it. The head of israel`s Yesha Council settler group, David Elhayani, accused Netanyahu of “betraying” some of his most loyal supporters and “deceiving half a million people in the region and hundreds of thousands of voters.” Oded Revivi, mayor of Efrat, a settlement of more than 9,000 people south of Jerusalem, supported Netanyahu, arguing that “the Israeli agreement to postpone the application of Israeli law in Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria is a fair price,” adding that it is about how settlements are viewed, could change. [40] Beit El Settlement Mayor Shai Alon and Shomron Regional Council Chairman Yossi Dagan also criticized the deal. [37] Israel and the UAE announced an agreement that will lead to a full normalization of diplomatic relations between the two states, a move that will reorganize the order of West Asian politics, from the Palestinian issue to Iran. The contract was signed on September 15, 2020. The treaty recognizes the sovereignty of each state, obliges the two states to exchange ambassadors and conclude bilateral agreements on various subjects, including visa agreements, and will enter into force upon ratification. [32] The agreement was ratified by the Israeli government on October 12 and ratified by the Knesset on October 15. .

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