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Why the Palestinians Should Join the Abraham Accords

Palestinians, like Arab states outside the Accords, have zero or little influence over Israel. Joining this key new axis of influence would be a stunning pre-emptive strike

Bishara A. Bahbah
Bishara A. Bahbah
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Bishara A. Bahbah
Bishara A. Bahbah

One of President Joe Biden’s major stated goals for his trip to the Middle East is to bolster the Abraham Accords. Mind-bogglingly, the Accords were initiated by none other than the Trump Administration in 2020. They were designed to bypass the thorny Palestinian-Israeli conflict by forging direct ties between Israel and Arab states.

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