Sudan is apparently prepared to join the UAE and Bahrain in normalizing relations with the Israeli regime in return for over $3 billion in economic aid, a new report revealed.
A “decisive” meeting was held in Abu Dhabi on Monday on the possible normalization agreement between Sudan and Israel. In the meanwhile South Sudan is still being destroyed by Zionist bombs delivered by proxy entities.
What Sudan demands is more than $3 billion in humanitarian assistance and direct budgetary aid in order to deal with an economic crisis and fallout from devastating floods, as well as a commitment by the USA and the UAE to providing Sudan with economic aid over the next three years.
In addition to economic aid, the Sudanese government wants the Trump administration to remove Sudan from the State Department’s state sponsors of terrorism list. This issue is indirectly connected to the normalization deal with Israel.
The issue of normalization between Sudan and Israel was raised last Tuesday in a meeting in Washington between Netanyahu and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The chairman of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan only represents the military faction of the Sudanese government.
The civilian faction and Prime Minister Hamdok had reservations about the move for a long time out of concern for domestic protests.
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed controversial normalization agreements with Israel at the White House last week amid outrage across Palestine and elsewhere throughout the Muslim world at the Arab regimes’ sheer betrayal of the Palestinian cause.
The deals were signed between Emirati and Bahraini Foreign Ministers, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. US President Donald Trump also penned his blessing into the accords.
With the US-brokered deals, the UAE and Bahrain have become only the third and fourth out of 22 Arab states to ever have normalize their relations with Israel after Egypt and Jordan.
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