Israeli foreign minister calls for a “strategic partnership in energy between the Eastern Med and the Gulf”.
The fact is that the Arab states that have rushed to establish ties with Israel had already ditched Palestine.
Such an accord would depend on progress in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, he says.
The reported visit would take place less than two weeks before Netanyahu faces re-election.
Emirati, Bahraini authorities have launched a PR campaign to cultivate their image as havens of inclusion and tolerance for Jews.
The Arabs and Iranians must not fall into a trap as they will be the primary sufferers in case of conflict as outsiders watch.
UAE’s first ambassador to Israel meets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Says he will work tirelessly to "strengthen the political ties between our two countries".
The statement marks the first response from a Gulf Arab leader to President Joe Biden’s announcement earlier this month.
US will work with Israel to build on regional normalisation agreements, says Biden national security adviser.
It is hoped Biden will at least temper some of the more overtly pro-Israel policies of Trump.
A 10-member team including both Arabs and Jews is spearheading a social media campaign to win over acceptance in Gulf.
FM Qureshi stresses need for strengthening Islamabad’s ties with GCC countries.
Minister praises "positive role played by Saudi Arabia in the resolution of outstanding issues" among Gulf countries.
Officials have said they are trying to get more countries to recognise Israel or warm existing ties to it.
Official says out of the two possibilities, one country is in the Gulf and the second is further to the east but is not Pakistan.
Members of the GCC must learn to be self-reliant when it comes to matters of defence and embrace open societies.
Morocco this week became the fourth Arab nation since August to announce a US-brokered deal to normalise relations with Israel.
The elephant in the room is Saudi Arabia.
Morocco is the fourth country since August to strike a deal aimed at normalising relations with Israel.
External powers have determined the Arabs’ fate.
Prince Turki al-Faisal warns any normalisation deals need to help Palestinians obtain their own independent state.
Under EU guidelines, settlement products should be clearly labelled as such when exported to member countries.
Saudi official agency says permission was granted on UAE's request; Benjamin Netanyahu welcomes development.
It is obvious that narratives are changing within the Muslim bloc.
Pakistan has nothing to gain and everything to lose from siding with either Riyadh or Tehran.
The Dubai carrier will fly the route twice daily.
"I will leave to them to discuss the meetings that they may have had or may not have had," he says.
It is clear that fervent moves are being made in the shadows to bring the Arabs and Israel closer to each other.
The health ministry has dismissed any link to the PM's reported visit to the futuristic Red Sea city of Neom on Sunday.