This Is The Main Reason Why Biden Went To Saudi Arabia

by Ezequiel Doiny

On October 15, 2021 Caroline Glick reported in Israel Hayom “In his remarks at the Knesset event marking the anniversary of the Abraham Accords, Opposition leader and former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “So long as they said you can’t make peace with the Arab world without peace with the Palestinians, we couldn’t make peace. We broke the Palestinian veto and brought four historic peace agreements, the Abraham Accords.”  

“Who were “they” who insisted on giving the Palestinians veto power over Arab-Israeli peace?
 “Among others, “they” were Merkel and her colleagues in the EU and the Democrats, who also boycotted the White House signing ceremony. Their desire to maintain “the Palestinian veto” over Arab-Israeli peace was never a simple matter of priorities. It was a fundamental conviction grounded in antisemitism.    

“In granting the Palestinians a veto over Israeli-Arab peace, Merkel and her colleagues effectively rejected Israel’s right to exist. All Palestinian leadership factions from the PLO to Hamas reject Israel’s right to exist. All are committed to Israel’s physical destruction. The Palestinians justify their genocidal position by denying that the Jews are a nation and their historic ties to the Land of Israel.

“By placing the keys to peace in the hands of antisemites sworn to the destruction of the Jewish state, Merkel and colleagues effectively said the Arab war against Israel is justified and should be maintained indefinitely. In other words, they said Israel has no right to exist.    This brings us to Lapid and Bennett, who slobbered over Merkel on Sunday. The Lapid-Bennett government has an uneasy relationship with the Abraham Accords for two reasons. First, they don’t like the deals because their nemesis Netanyahu made them. And second, most members of the government, which is controlled by leftists and the Muslim Brotherhood-aligned Islamist party, want to give the Palestinians their veto back…”

Biden didn’t go to Saudi Arabia to expand the Abraham Accords he went there to undermine them by bribing the Saudis to give back to the Palestinians their veto over Arab-Israeli peace.

 On July 17, 2022 Arutz 7 reported “Saudi Arabia will not agree to fully normalize relations with Israel unless a two-state solution is implemented, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told CNN on Saturday.  

“We have said that Saudi Arabia supports the Arab Peace Initiative,” al-Jubeir told the news outlet. “In fact, we offered it. We have made it clear that peace comes at the end of this process, not at the beginning of it.”  The “Israel-Palestinian Issues” appeared in the joint statement between the US and Saudi Arabia. 

“Regarding Israel-Palestinian issues, the two sides underscored their enduring commitment to a two-state solution, wherein a sovereign and contiguous Palestinian state lives side-by-side in peace and security with Israel, as the only way to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in accordance with the internationally-recognized parameters and the Arab Peace Initiative.” the statement read. 

“The leaders noted their determination to remain closely coordinated on efforts to encourage the parties to demonstrate – through policies and actions – their commitment to a two-state solution. The United States and Saudi Arabia welcomed all efforts that contribute to reaching a just and comprehensive peace in the region.”

On July 18, 2022 Arutz 7 reported “Head of the General Authority of Civil Affairs of the Palestinian Authority, Hussein Al-Sheikh, thanked Saudi Arabia’s king and crown prince for their “firm stance on the Palestinian issue” after the country insisted that Israel implement the two-state solution before a normalization of ties could take place.”

Trump achieved the Abraham Accords by giving incentives for the Arabs to normalize relations with Israel before the Palestinian issue was solved, Biden sabotaged Trump’s achievement by doing the opposite, he gave the Arabs incentives to declare that Israel should implement the two-state solution before a normalization of ties could take place.

Biden gave several incentives for Saudi Arabia to give Palestinians the veto over Arab-Israeli peace. On July 15, 2022 the White House reported “Today, President Biden met in Jeddah with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, our hosts for the upcoming Summit with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Council (GCC) countries plus Egypt, Iraq, and Jordan. 

“In a meeting with King Salman and then an extended working session with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and their respective delegations, the United States and Saudi Arabia finalized a number of international and bilateral agreements that serve the interests of the American people and a more integrated, stable, and prosperous Middle East region.  These results of this meeting include the following: 
” …Sustaining the UN-Mediated Truce in Yemen: The two delegations held a detailed discussion of the situation in Yemen, and both committed to taking steps to doing everything possible to extend and strengthen the UN-mediated truce, which has led to fifteen weeks of peace, the quietest period in Yemen in years, and translate it into a durable ceasefire and political process. President Biden reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to help Saudi Arabia protect and defend its territory and people from all external attacks, particularly those launched by the Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen.  He also welcomed Saudi Arabia’s strong commitment to the truce, particularly leading, in tandem with the Yemen government, efforts to resume direct commercial flights from Sana’a to Amman and Cairo for the first time in seven years.  The President also welcomed the Kingdom’s financial support to Yemen’s Presidential Leadership Council, which will help improve basic services and economic stability to ease the suffering of Yemenis. This support includes a pledge to provide over $1 billion for development projects and fuel support, in addition to a joint Saudi and Emirati $2 billion deposit to the Central Bank of Yemen…  
“Cybersecurity Cooperation:  President Biden welcomed the signing of two bilateral agreements on cybersecurity with Saudi Arabia’s National Cybersecurity Authority – one with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the other with the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).  Through these memoranda of cooperation, the United States and Saudi Arabia will expand their existing bilateral relationship on this critical issue, share information about cybersecurity threats and activities of malicious actors to enhance the shared defense of our nations, and collaborate on best practices, technologies, tools, and on approaches to cybersecurity training and education.  

“Cooperation in Space Exploration:  The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are expanding cooperation in all fields of space exploration, including human spaceflight, earth observation, commercial and regulatory development, and responsible behavior in outer space.  President Biden welcomed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signing the Artemis Accords and reaffirming its commitment to the responsible, peaceful, and sustainable exploration and use of outer space.  

 ” …Enhanced Maritime Security Cooperation:  The U.S. and Saudi Arabia reaffirmed their commitment to preserving the free flow of commerce through strategic international waterways like the Bab al-Mandab and the Strait of Hormuz, through which 40 percent of the world’s energy passes every day, through multiple joint naval task forces, including:  
“Red Sea: Newly-establish Combined Task Force 153, focused on international maritime security and capacity building efforts.  Gulf of Oman and North Arabian Sea: Saudi Arabia will soon assume command of Combined Task Force 150, which reinforces shared maritime security objectives. 

“Unmanned and AI Integration:  Saudi Arabia will soon participate as part of the 5th Fleet’s Task Force 59, which for the first time integrates advanced technologies like unmanned vessels and artificial intelligence to enhance maritime domain awareness.

” Integrated Air Defense Cooperation:  The two sides reviewed developments in improving air defense integration and protection of Saudi Arabia’s territory and people from external threats, including missiles, drones, and UAVs.  This cooperation includes U.S. military support and far-reaching foreign military sales cases with emphasis on defensive systems and advanced technology.  The United States affirmed it would accelerate our cooperation with Saudi Arabia and other partners in the region to counter unmanned aerial systems and missiles that threaten the peace and security of the region.  President Biden affirmed the United States’ commitment to working with Saudi Arabia and other allies and partners in the Middle East to integrate and enhance security cooperation.  In particular, the United States is committed to advancing a more integrated and regionally-networked air and missile defense architecture and countering the proliferation of unmanned aerial systems and missiles to non-state actors that threaten the peace and security of the region.”

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