Calling it a "truly historic day", Mr Trump said on Friday that Israel and Bahrain were establishing full diplomatic and commercial relations.
The UAE reached the agreement with the Jewish state last month. Iran's foreign ministry blasted the diplomatic overture on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the first business deals between Israel and the UAE are being signed, and direct flights between the two countries are set to start next month. This indicates that some powerful players in the League clearly feel uneasy about condemning the deal, and thereby upsetting the US.
Bahraini worker Ali Abdallah said he hoped the deal would help regional peace and stability and would facilitate all Muslims being able to pray at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Bahrainis have previously criticised their government's engagements with Israel, including last June's conference in Manama to launch a US-led $50 billion economic formula for Israeli-Palestinian peace.
"The Bahraini, Israeli, American agreement to normalise relations is now part of a bigger package in the region, it isn't about peace, it is not about relations between countries".
Turkey also condemned the deal, saying it would "further embolden Israel to continue its illegal practices. and attempts to make the occupation of Palestinian territories permanent".
A Palestinian man holds a crossed out poster depicting Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa during a protest against Bahrain's move to normalize relations with Israel, in the central Gaza Strip September 12, 2020. The move represents another foreign policy win for the president as the USA approaches the November presidential election. It's very very important not only for the Middle East but for the world. Expectations have been voiced ever since that the other countries of the region will follow the UAE's example.
The world for Israelis became a lot larger with USA president Trump negotiating a peace deal with a growing number of countries in the Middle East and the Gulf Region.
However, sinc Bahrain's armed forces are much smaller Israel is unlikely to see the F-35s as a threat to their security.
"The U.S. government is using all means of incitement, intimidation and pressure" to achieve the goal, she added.
European nations have welcomed a peace accord agreed between Israel and Bahrain.
"The American efforts aim to approve the Israeli plan of annexing what remains of the Palestinian lands, which is a flagrant violation of global legitimacy and worldwide resolutions", Ashrawi noted.
Ebrahim Noonoo, the head of Bahrain's Jewish community, said the agreement would enable Israelis to come to Bahrain to visit its synagogue and cemetery, where family members may be buried. "On the contrary, it will bring division and instability", she concluded.