During the September 15 ceremony at the White House, agents from the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel agreed to arrangements to normalize relations between the Gulf states and Israel.

Despite the fact that US President Donald Trump tweeted the event as "a prominent day of harmony in the Middle East," these arrangements are far from providing any kind of compromise in the Middle East, as they are merely confirmation of the long and calm relationship between countries. The three that were not in conflict or battle with each other.

The standardization arrangements make this current relationship formal and open up to more established financial relations and military coordination. The overt and overt commitment, in any case, cannot exist as long as the Palestinians are under occupation.

The previous truces between Egypt and Israel in 1979 and Israel and Jordan in 1994 did not take into account standardization among individuals, and relations remained very cold until now.

Due to the confirmation of the Bahraini agreement with Israel, there were massive fights in the capital, Manama, against the move of the nearby administration through joint drafting by the political affiliations grouping and the common community in the country, including the Bahrain Bar Association, who remained against this arrangement. .

In the Arab world, resistance to unification with Tel Aviv remains solid in light of the fact that the public views Israel as an illegal force. Despite this push, governments are rushing toward these arrangements, ignoring the demands of their countries.

With regard to the understanding of standardization between Manama and Tel Aviv, Amnesty International indicated that no discretionary arrangement could alter the legitimate obligations of Israel as the governing power. It also posted on its Twitter page that "any session focusing on a just and lasting goal of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must prove the expulsion of illegal Israeli settlements."

The cycle of harmony should also include "stopping the deliberate violation of fundamental freedoms, ensuring justice and paying compensation to victims of violations under international law."

By agreeing to these arrangements, Israel made no concessions. Tel Aviv agreed to suspend its arrangements to add the West Bank only to calm chaos inside and outside the country. However, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made it clear that the suspension is not permanent, and on the ground, Tel Aviv is continuing to expand its settlements as evidenced by the approval of the establishment of 5,400 new settlements in the West Bank at the beginning of October.

Once again, the commentary extended to the Gulf rulers from their energetic audiences on the Palestinian cause.

As far as it is concerned, Israel is misusing the standardization event to add more Palestinian lands and demolish more Palestinian homes.

For a long time, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain were like most of the Arab world. Each rejected authority is linked to Israel at discretion and demands that recognition be implemented in kind to grant the Palestinians their full rights in their free state, which depends on the 1967 suburbs and East Jerusalem as its capital. The new agreements with Tel Aviv, however, violate this for quite some time now that dominated a ruling that was a pivotal resource for the Palestinians and weakened a long-standing Arab position calling for an Israeli withdrawal from the areas concerned.

On what harmony?

Referring to the "land for harmony" result, Netanyahu said at a news gathering in late August that the arrangement to build full strategic ties with the United Arab Emirates shows that Israel does not have to withdraw from the desired land in question. By the Palestinians to achieve harmony and unification with the Arab countries.

"As the Palestinians and many others on this planet who have agreed with them have indicated, harmony cannot be reached without complying with the Palestinian demands, including the removal of settlements, the isolation of Jerusalem and the withdrawal to the 1967 lines," Netanyahu said in a statement. Video explanation. "No more. This idea of   harmony through withdrawal and shortcomings has passed from the world."
The mind-boggling evidence of Netanyahu's rejection of harmony is, obviously, the settlement enterprise that extends efficiently, strengthens the occupation and makes another the base on the ground.

If the occupying government prime minister really needs to achieve harmony, his first step must be to genuinely end all developments in the areas concerned.

As it was distributed in the Middle East Monitor, the former head of the Israeli Mossad organization, Shabtai Shavit, said in late June of 2019 to Israel day by day, that Tel Aviv does not need harmony and that in the absence of an opportunity, it would have done so with PA for a long time in the past.

Likewise, Netanyahu withdrew from addressing the Palestinian Authority in light of tension from the Israeli right, which confirmed that "they will kill him in the downtown area" if talks open today.

And Shavit continued, "We (Israel) are the most cohesive in the Middle East ... At this time, it is likely that no Arab alliance will be formed that would endanger (Israeli) presence as it did in the 1960s and 1970s."

With regard to the Oslo Accords in the mid-1990s - the last major endeavors to be settled - Shavit said that the Israeli right has since painted this arrangement as a "violation," considering that if they continued in this way, there might be harmony.

The myth of Netanyahu says that business as usual can be supported with uncertainty and that the global network, preoccupied with more urgent misfortunes in the Middle East, is losing enthusiasm for the Palestinian cause.

Logic is outside the norm

As far as it is concerned, Russia said that it would be unacceptable to think of harmony in the Middle East without settling the Palestinian issue, noting that regardless of whether there was "progress" in unifying relations between Israel and a few Arab countries, "the Palestinian issue remains severe." And it would be a mistake to think that without finding an answer to it, it would be reasonable to make sure that adjustment continues in the Middle East.

Moscow has encouraged regional and global players to "increase facilitation efforts" to understand the issue, including, "Russia is ready for such joint action," which is contained within the quadripartite Middle East political cohesion mediators structure and in close coordination with the Arab League and outside it. The ministry said.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said earlier this month that a unilateral Israeli withdrawal from his respective areas could lead to harmony in the Middle East.

The battle over Palestine has been raging for a very long time, and the current circumstances are more ambiguous than they have been since 1948, since the "catastrophe" of the Palestinian exodus, while Trump's "arrangement of the century" is allegedly focused on an indisputable goal of the dispute, preventing everyone from Obtaining the rights of indigenous Palestine on its respective foundations.

Indeed, even his colleague, Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, requested that the state office resign using the phrase "confirm the occupation," declaring that Israel had an "option" to "add" a few, but impossible, numbers throughout the West Bank.

Additionally, Israeli-Palestinian Transactions Envoy Jason Greenblatt stated that West Bank settlements "do not constitute an obstacle to harmony." He refused to use the term "occupation" in a meeting with European Union agents and adopted Friedman's views regarding the extension.

In this painful circumstance, when the answer seems more disturbing than at any other time, Tel Aviv needs to rethink its activities that make up its quiet dreams, recognizing that by unifying it with the Arab countries, it cannot alienate the Palestinian mind because it is not 'not only in the heart'. The Middle East, however, is at the core of Israel's strength.

Tel Aviv should cease its settlement practices that include activities undertaken in this context against Palestinians, for example, restricted exchanges, evictions, home demolitions, and home confiscations, which are illegal under international law and an obstacle to a just arrangement.

It is essential that, to this end, important arrangements on all recent status issues between Israelis and Palestinians must be resumed. They must base their agreement on universal boundaries and universal law with full respect and implementation.