Israel Likely to Sign historic ‘Non-Aggression’ Agreement with Gulf States in the Near Future

Former Qatari Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hamad Bin Jassim [File photo]

The Former Foreign Minister of Qatar is claiming that a non-aggression pact will soon be signed between Israel and the Gulf states; Morocco could be included as well.


Former Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim is claiming that Israel and several Gulf states are very close to signing a ‘non-aggression’ agreement that may very well also include the African country of Morocco who is in the midst of a diplomatic deal with Israel and the United States right now.

Jassim followed up on a tweet from 2019 that was focused on the deal of the century, stating that “Now it (the deal of the century) will be followed by a non-aggression agreement between Israel and the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council in addition to Egypt, Jordan and possibly Morocco.”

Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz took to Twitter near the end of 2019, stating, “Recently I have been promoting, with the backing of the prime minister, a diplomatic initiative to sign ‘non-aggression agreements’ with the Arab Gulf states.”

During his speech to the United Nations in September, Katz stated, “We have no conflict with the Gulf states, and we have common interests in the field of security against the Iranian threat as well as in developing many joint civilian initiatives. Israel has a lot of capabilities in many areas, including high-tech, innovation, agriculture and water technology, which can help the Gulf states, and the Gulf states have a lot of capabilities that can help Israel as well. I hope that this cooperation will lead to the signing of peace agreements between our countries, as we did with Egypt and Jordan.”

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