With great support from the Emirates and Bahrain, the son-in-law of former US President Donald Trump and one of his advisors, Jared Kushner, inaugurated a new institution to support the normalization of relations between new Arab countries and the Zionist occupation state after he completed the normalization of relations between the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan with the occupying Zionist enemy, according to agreements made during his tenure as Trump’s advisor.
These agreements accepted by the regimes in those countries were completely rejected by all peoples, which announced that it does not represent them, but those who signed it.
According to Kushner’s institute, actual steps have begun to establish the “Abraham Institute for Peace” to expand the conclusion of normalisation agreements between the occupying entity and new Arab countries.
the Institute announced that among the contributors to the establishment of the Institute was the Zionist businessman Haim Saban. It said that it is an independent institution not framed within party organizations or bodies, and the former US envoy Avi Berkowitz, ambassadors from Bahrain, the UAE, the occupation state, and the United States will soon announce joining this new institution in order to spread the culture of peace.
The institute also stated that the founders of the institute “intend to include other democrats in the institution as well as international advisers from the region.”
In the same context, Trump’s son-in-law revealed that he had written a book about his experience in the success and conclusion of the normalization agreements that were made over the past months between the UAE, Bahrain and the Zionist occupation state.
He also announced believing that the Arab world is no longer boycotting the Jewish state and relations are flourishing between countries, including Israel.
The American news website Axios said that the foundation will be non-partisan, non-profit and will be funded with private donations and that the headquarters of this new foundation has not yet been set, nor has the date been set yet.
The website also revealed that it was joined by the Emirati ambassador in Washington, Yousef Al-Otaiba, the Bahraini ambassador to Washington, Abdullah Rashid Al Khalifa, and the Israeli Foreign Minister, Gabi Ashkenazi, and it expected the joining of representatives from Morocco and Sudan.
The Foundation’s CEO will be Rob Greenway, who was formerly the senior Middle East advisor at the National Security Council for Donald Trump.
It is worth noting that in the meantime, the Palestinian territories are witnessing a wave of widespread anger and violent clashes between the people of Palestine and the occupation soldiers and the Zionist settlers, due to the dispossession of the homes of the Palestinian people and the annexation of new settlements, as well as the repeated attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque and denying the worshipers access to its yard.