Bahrain-Israel Deal Shows Why Trump Deserves Nobel Peace Prize

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(President Trump participates in a signing ceremony of the Abraham Accords)

(President Trump Participates in a Bilateral Meeting with United Arab Emirates)

(President Trump Participates in a Bilateral Meeting with the Prime Minister of the State of Israel)

(President Trump and The First Lady Participate in an Abraham Accords Signing Ceremony)

Media www.rajawalisiber.com – Today, President Trump is welcoming the Prime Minister of Israel and the Foreign Ministers of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to sign the historic Abraham Accords at the White House.

“President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to establish peaceful relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors, which took a big step forward Friday with the announcement that Israel and Bahrain will establish diplomatic ties,” Rabbi Abraham Cooper writes for Fox News.

After 72 years with only two peace deals involving Israel, President Trump has now helped complete two such agreements in just the past month.

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