* Trump to host Israeli, Arab leaders for historic peace signing UAE and Bahrain to sign the Abraham Accords with Israel at the White House Tuesday, as the two Arab nations establish full relations with the Jewish State.
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
* The Significance of the Israel-UAE Deal Later today, leaders from Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will sign an agreement to pursue normalized relations.
* Five reasons why Israel's peace deals with the UAE and Bahrain matter High-level delegations from Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will sign a historic US-brokered peace deal at the White House on Tuesday.
* Timeline: Israel-Gulf normalization moves follow years of failed diplomatic initiatives Israel’s normalization accords with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to be signed on Tuesday follow a history of peace efforts between Israel, the Palestinians and their Arab allies that have failed to overcome decades of distrust and violence.
* Decrying normalization, Palestinians warn of Third Intifada Palestinian protests against the normalization agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain could lead to a new intifada, Palestinian activists warned on Tuesday.
* NATO's Nightmare: A War Between Greece and Turkey U.S. and other Western leaders have long worried about what to do if an armed conflict ever erupted between two NATO members.
* EU foreign affairs chief: Europe faces threat from three ‘re-emerging empires’ Speaking in Parliament on Tuesday, Josep Borrell said the three resurgent “empires” were Russia, China and Turkey.
* Greek PM says EU must show 'tangible solidarity' on migrants, Turkey Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called on Tuesday for “tangible solidarity” from the European Union in tackling the migrant crisis and tensions with Turkey in the east Mediterranean region.
* As Arab Gulf starts opening to Israel, Palestinians face a reckoning Israel’s rapprochement with Gulf Arab states has left the Palestinians feeling abandoned by traditional allies and clutching an old playbook in a rapidly changing Middle East, analysts and critics say.
* Emergencies Make Awful Law: Why are Casinos Treated More Favorably than Churches During a Pandemic? The government may not discriminate against religion in general or any particular religion in particular. It need not exempt religious institutions or practitioners from rules that are generally applicable to similarly situated institutions or citizens, but it may not impose especially onerous rules on religion that limit its free exercise.
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