Haaretz: The Netanyahu government embarrasses the signatories to the Abraham Accords

The head of the Emirates Policy Center, Dr. Ibtisam Al-Ketbi, said that the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "embarrassed" the Arab leaders who signed agreements with Tel Aviv, and that it is unlikely that other Arab countries would take the same step in the near future.

The Israeli newspaper Haaretz – which reported the news – quoted Al-Ketbi as saying that her country's government and its counterpart in the Arab countries that signed the "Abraham Accords" feel embarrassed in front of the Arab peoples, as they invested a lot in those agreements and are now looking for a solution.

Al-Ketbi added, in a speech she delivered during her participation in a conference in Israel, that the Netanyahu government "will not kill the Abraham Accords, nor will it cause the signatories to withdraw, but there will be no other signatories."

The Emirati political analyst said that the resumption of Saudi-Iranian relations, according to an agreement between the two countries last April, constituted a major setback to Netanyahu's vision and goals aimed at forming an expanded regional alliance to resist Iran's influence in the region.

The leader of the Israeli opposition, Yair Lapid, described at the time the restoration of relations between Riyadh and Tehran as "a catastrophic and dangerous failure of the government's foreign policy" led by Netanyahu.

Former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett commented, "The renewal of relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a dangerous development for Israel and a political victory for Iran."

Bennett considered that the resumption of Iranian-Saudi relations constitutes "a fatal blow to efforts to build a regional alliance against Iran," and stressed that this is "a catastrophic failure of the Netanyahu government, resulting from a combination of political neglect, general weakness, and internal conflict."

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