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The UAE is starting a relationship with Israel, but what does the US want from Saudi Arabia?

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An agreement has been reached between the United Arab Emirates and Israel to restore relations, but now the United States has urged Saudi Arabia to mend its relations with Israel.

 According to AFP, Jared Kushner, son-in-law and adviser to the US president, said in a statement that Saudi Arabia, like the United Arab Emirates, should restore relations with. The adviser said Saudi Arabia’s move would weaken its common enemy, Iran, so it would be better to defend itself, while also helping the Palestinian people.

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 Jared Kushner said from a security and economic point of view, relations with Israel are in line with Middle Eastern countries, and many GCC countries are seeking major change in this regard. Establishing a relationship similar to that of the United Arab Emirates could create problems in Iran and divide, as the common enemy of Saudi Arabia and Israel is Iran, which is accused of aiding terrorist groups. Look at the people who do not want a peace agreement between Saudi Arabia and Israel, then a large number of these opponents come from Iran, so this proves that it is better between the two countries.

  It should be noted that a peace agreement has been reached between the United Arab Emirates and Israel to establish bilateral relations, where Israel will no longer include Palestinian territories, and both countries will work on a two-state solution. And the United Arab Emirates will work with Israel to build relations with other Muslim countries. Muslims from countries who have made peace with Israel will be able to come and live in Jerusalem to worship at the Al-Aqsa Mosque. It should also be noted that still no agreement has been reached between the UAE and Israel about the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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