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What Bahrain’s deal with Israel really means

12 September 2020

12:19 PM

12 September 2020

12:19 PM

On September 15, representatives from the oil-rich Kingdom of Bahrain will meet Israeli leaders at the White House to sign a historic peace deal. It will normalize relations between the Muslim state and the Jewish one, not long after the United Arab Emirates concluded a similar pact. Expect more such ‘normalization deals’.

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