The conditions that Saudi gave to establish relations with Israel

Last Updated on May 5, 2024 3:42 am

The United States has again begun to struggle to establish diplomatic relations with the occupying Israel, the world’s most powerful Muslim country, Saudi Arabia. The country believes that stability will return to the Middle East if Israel has bilateral relations with Saudi Arabia. In such a situation, Saudi Arabia has given difficult conditions to establish relations with Israel.

The country’s condition, if Israel wants to establish diplomatic relations with them, is to establish an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza, withdraw all Israeli troops from Gaza, and stop illegal settlements in the Palestinian territories.

Columnist Thomas Friedman said this information in a column written in the New York Times.

He wrote, “Israeli-Saudi relations will be established only if Saudi conditions are accepted.” Their conditions are: withdraw from Gaza, stop settlements and establish an independent Palestinian state within three to five years.’

However, this columnist said that the chances of this agreement being reached under the current Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, are very low. But the deal will happen whenever a government comes to Israel willing to accept the Saudi conditions.

As part of the deal, the US will provide security to Saudi Arabia. Besides, they will also help them in nuclear infrastructure.

Source: The Times of Israel

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