It is a diplomatic achievement for President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who has largely negotiated the agreements with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. “This is peace in the Middle East without blood in the sandy sand,” Trump added. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the agreement was a “dramatic breakthrough for peace” and the beginning of a “new era.” WASHINGTON – Israel and two Arab nations signed agreements at the White House on Tuesday to normalize relations, a step toward a reorientation of the Middle East, but one that does not address the future of the Palestinians. Agreement to improve international tax compliance and implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act with exchange of notes As part of the agreement, the United States agreed to recognize Moroccan sovereignty over the entire Western Sahara, a former Spanish territory in which international negotiators failed to settle a long-standing dispute. Memorandum of Understanding on Combating The Research and Development of Terrorism, with Annex Although the United States signed the final agreement at the White House during the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords negotiations – under which Palestinian leaders recognized Israel`s right to exist and Israel recognized Palestinian autonomy in Gaza and the West Bank – the parties to the dispute signed the final agreement at the White House , the United States did not negotiate. The United States and the Bill Clinton administration played a greater role in 1998 when they encouraged negotiations between Israel and the PLO, which culminated in Clinton`s parameters for a two-state solution. Since then, successive governments have proposed their own plans for a two-state solution: George W. Bush`s Roadmap to Peace, Secretary of State John Kerry`s Six Principles and Trump`s Peace for Prosperity. But there was at least a potentially undecided moment between them when Mr. Trump said that if re-elected, he would try to strike a deal with Iran, which has so far refused to negotiate with him after withdrawing from the nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration in 2015. Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani said the country opposed any normalization of relations with Israel, which would only encourage its repression against the Palestinians.  On 20 September, hundreds of people protested against the Peace Agreement of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with Israel and burned an Israeli flag. Protesters called both countries “traitors,” while criticizing the United States and “Zionist allies.” They also called for any normalization with Israel to be criminalized.
 But analysts have noted that Kushner`s initial goal of an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is as far away as ever, months after Palestinian leaders announced a peace plan that he spent years dying upon his arrival. 1. Each party informs the other party, subject to Article IX, paragraph 1, of its enforcement actions which may affect the important interests of the other party, in the manner provided for in this article and Article XI.