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Trump Says ’Four or Five’ More Arab Countries Looking for Normalization With ‘Israel’
By Staff, Agencies
US President Donald Trump said Wednesday that another "four or five" Arab states are looking to join the so-called Abraham Accords between the US, the Zionist entity, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
"I talked to two of them yesterday and they are ready to try," Trump said at a press conference.
"You're going to have a whole level of ‘peace’ in the Middle East without blood all over the sand," he claimed.
Trump told the reporters he expected Saudi Arabia to join the pact at a certain point in the future, clarifying that this was mostly his gut feeling based on several discussions with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
In an interview with ‘Israeli’ Channel 12 that went on air Wednesday, the Zionist regime’s top spy Yossi Cohen, who has been a key figure in forging the Zionist ties with Arab states, said that an ‘Israeli’-Saudi normalization was a possibility.
He refused to reveal whether he had met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the heir to the Saudi throne and the country's de-facto ruler.
Trump's statement comes on the back of Tuesday's historic ceremony at the White House which saw the US, the Zionist entity, Bahrain and the UAE ink a host of accords providing for ‘Israel’-UAE and ‘Israel’-Bahrain normalization.
Trump did not specify which states he was expecting to join the normalization drive next.
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