Palestinians should quit blaming Arab allies for their failures, feuding and violence, and take responsibility. There’s a brave new dawn in Arab-Israeli relations: Which Arabs have the courage to embrace it?
Khalaf Al Habtoor
Khalaf Al Habtoor is the chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, an international business conglomerate with interests in real estate, hotels, the automotive industry, education and publishing, based in the United Arab Emirates. Twitter: @khalafalhabtoor
The old ways of hatred and wars have gained us nothing. Joining the new path of Arab-Israeli peace and cooperation would strengthen the Palestinians – and it would be a big win for Beirut, too
I am a lifelong supporter of Palestinian rights. I am also a realist. Reducing tensions between Israelis and Palestinians will end 70 years of misery – and enable the Gulf states and Israel to halt our common enemy: Iran
Israel is going nowhere, and we in the Arab world have to deal with it. That means offering Israelis prosperity, security and friendship; all Israel needs to do is overcome their prejudices and give Palestinians their rights