Normalization

Hazem El Amin
The “Anti-Israeli Resistance” was never born out of a just cause or a lack of justice. Its members will applaud Bashar al-Assad wherever he goes, starting with his sending volunteers to Russia and ending with his visit to Abu Dhabi. The Abraham Accords do not pose any problems to them when the Emirates are on their side in their wars against their peoples, and their relationship with Vladimir Putin is a good example of this.
Hadeel Rawabia
A controversial deal under Emirati sponsorship suggests to build a solar power plant in southern Jordan to help generate electricity for Israel, while a desalination plant on the Israeli shore should help supply desalinated water to the ever drier Kingdom. 
Diana Moukalled
All the evils seen in recent days in Gaza, Lod and Jerusalem are the inevitable and explosive result of the Israeli occupation that has lasted for over 70 years.
Sara Arifi
Normalization under the auspices of the United States of America may not actually achieve any interests for Sudan, nor help remove Sudan’s name from the list of ‘terrorism sponsors’ … meaning that what the Trump administration is doing, is nothing but maneuvering around for its own interests and no one else’s.
Samar Faisal- Saudi Journalist
During the past few years, warning signs have emerged regarding preparations for normalization of relations with Israel, and some expected at that time that this step would constitute the accession of the Saudi crown prince to the royal seat …
Daraj
“Is it reasonable that a journalist or a cartoonist should ask for the government’s permission before writing an article or drawing a cartoon?”
Majed Kayyali- Palestinian writer
The step UAE took towards normalizing relationships with Israel paved the way to a new stage in Arab-Israeli relations, as it placed the Palestinian Cause on the shelf, brushed Arab rights aside, and turned a blind eye to the real face of Israel as a colonial, settler, racist, and religious state in the Arab world.
Malik Wannous
Many people have developed a fear that the agreement may lead to the increase of Emirati aggression against other peoples and countries, as is the case in Yemen and Libya at the time being.
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