That comes at the expense of the rights of the Palestinians, and at other times sheds light on the popular voices rejecting this normalization.
The “Israeli Eye” program will also discuss excerpts from the Hebrew television that shed light on how it covered the agreements with the UAE and Bahrain.
The program also touched on the Hebrew channels’s presence during normalization, as the Hebrew Channel No. 13 correspondent said: “A concert known in advance in Gaza is being bombed, and here they are signing a peace agreement, despite what is said that the late President Anwar Sadat created a model, but 26 years later. A peace agreement signed by “Israel” 27 years and two days after the signing of an agreement between “Israel” and the PLO, it is the Oslo agreement. “Israel signs recognition from two important Arab states in the Persian Gulf, penetrating a circle of hostility that has been closed for years. It is true that there was.” Relationships under the table, but their appearance on the table is very important to all of his messages.
It also sheds light on the popular opposition inside Bahrain that rejects normalization with the Israeli occupation entity, and on the most prominent Israeli television reports about this event, where Israeli commentators ask about normalization, what the Arab affairs correspondent Roi Qais said: “It is unlike the Emirates, where citizens race In general, with the leadership, the story in Bahrain is different, because there is more vocal opposition. ”
The guest of the program, a researcher on Israeli affairs from Peru, Samir Lubani, confirmed that he is not a stranger to these regimes, especially the confrontation regimes, that have been plagued by agreements or some of them who actually went into internal wars.
Lubani said that the Israeli situation is not strong. If we see the demonstrations inside the Israeli entity, Netanyahu will follow the airport. They are exploiting all the Arab weaknesses, in terms of what is happening in Lebanon, in Syria, and in Yemen, and what is happening in Libya and Iraq all of that, they exploit that. They are aiming for a basic idea of how the Emirati administration could preserve the Zionist ally, whether through continuous supplies from the cancellation of the Oslo agreement, which he benefited from, making Jerusalem the Israeli capital, and annexing more settlements, as the entity annexed 40% of Sector (C) in the West Bank.
Lubani noted that the difference between the UAE and Bahrain is that Bahrain has a national experience.
The “Israeli Eye” program also sheds light on the preoccupation of the Israeli press and media. These days, there is talk about Kushner and the Israeli flights through Saudi airspace to the Emirates.
The program also discusses what was published on Israeli television about Iran’s commitment to the conflict with “Israel.”
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Guests of this episode:
Researcher on Israeli affairs from Beirut, Samir Loubani