The Palestinian authorities described the visit of the UAE delegation to Israel as "a disgrace."

The designation - the UAE's first official visit to Israel - was invited by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and Finance Minister Yisrael Katz at Ben Gurion Airport on Tuesday.

The Israeli coordinators said that the five-hour visit will be limited to the air station near Tel Aviv, due to fears of Covid, and it comes after the two countries agreed to an arrangement in the White House to unify relations a month ago.

The visit will include marking the various arrangements.

Wasel Abu Yousef, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee, said the visit would only endorse the Israeli authorities' mistakes against the Palestinians.

Yusef said that "the relevant arrangements that were announced today and the assignments back and forth all offer the occupation solidarity to increase its hostility and violations against the Palestinians."

Speaking in Ramallah in the West Bank, he said that the proposals come at a time when Israel is expanding the illegal settlement movement.

In the Gaza Strip, Hazem Qassem said: "Such a visit will urge the occupation to pursue after the gradual expansion of the West Bank lands."

Palestinians have denounced through the online media the "double standards" of the rule for excluding visas for Emirati residents, noting that they are not allowed to move publicly within the concerned Palestinian areas.

Under the framework of the encrypted Israeli identity card, Palestinians in the concerned West Bank are not allowed to exit into the Gaza Strip and vice versa. Palestinian Jerusalemites are at risk of having their residency rights withdrawn if they live in the other areas concerned.

Israel does not allow the Palestinian refugees, who number more than 6,000,000 scattered everywhere, to re-visit their country in any way.

Likewise, the Palestinian administration has portrayed the standardization arrangements between the UAE and Bahrain separately with Israel as "treason" and the sale of land.


Hind Al-Otaiba, the supervisor of vital intersections in the unfamiliar service in the Emirates, said the mission was by the country's cleric for monetary affairs, Obaid Al-Tayer, and Economy Minister Abdullah Obaid Al-Marri.

As indicated in the Israeli government announcement, the various parties will agree on arrangements related to aviation, project security, science and innovation.

With their economies severely affected by the Covid pandemic, the United Arab Emirates and Israel are seeking to make quick profits from the deal deal that cut long periods of Arab agreement that there should be no relations with Israel until it achieves harmony with the Palestinians.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said that the two countries had similarly agreed to a visa-free travel game plan, making Emirati citizens the first to not need Israeli visas in the Arab world.

An Israeli auto service official said the two governments were also due to agreeing to an arrangement agreeing to 28 seven-day business trips between the two countries.

Promising opportunities

US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin, who went to a business dinner with the Emirati and Israeli authorities in Abu Dhabi last Monday, went with the designation aboard the Etihad flight.

The Sharia News Office of the United Arab Emirates (WAM) announced that it had previously held talks with senior Emirati officials about "the promising open doors for engagement that await the two peoples."

The United Arab Emirates and Israel put in place an expedited arrangement by the United States to unify relations on September 15, referring to the main arrangement with the Gulf state.


Bahrain adhered to this same pattern after a comparative understanding facilitated by the United States, and it joined the settlement known as the Ibrahaam Accords.

The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are the third and fourth Arab countries to unify relations with Israel, after the 1979 Israeli harmony that administered Egypt and the 1994 agreement with Jordan .