The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation revealed the upcoming Arab countries that will establish diplomatic relations with Israel, after the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.
The commission said today, Sunday, that “there is a belief prevailing among decision-makers in Israel that the Sultanate of Oman is the next country that will establish diplomatic relations with Israel after Morocco.”
It also suggested that “Saudi Arabia will join the ranks of peace even before the transfer of power in the White House.”
The commission quoted Israeli political forums as saying, “Despite Riyadh’s displeasure at the leakage of the meeting between Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu three weeks ago in the city of Neom, in the northeast of the kingdom, the Saudis want other countries to precede them to normalization with Israel,” Before they join the peace process. ”
Besides, a senior Israeli official in Jerusalem said that “contacts are underway with other Muslim countries to normalize relations with Israel, foremost among which is Pakistan and Indonesia, in addition to Niger, Mali, Djibouti, Mauritania, Comoros, Brunei, Bangladesh and the Republic of the Maldives.”
Source: Israel Broadcasting Corporation