Regarding the normalization arrangements in between UAE, Bahrain, and Israel, Abbas stated they breach the Arab Peace Initiative in addition to the structures and pillars of an irreversible service in accordance with worldwide law.
He said the Palestinians remained committed to the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative, drawn up by Saudi Arabia, in which Arab nations offered to normalise ties with Israel in return for a statehood deal with the Palestinians and full Israeli withdrawal from territory captured in 1967.
In Bahrain, civil society organizations criticized the normalization of relations with Israel, saying that recognition should only come after the Palestinians obtain an independent state.
"Our plan is to bring in more countries; we will have more being announced very soon", Craft said, speaking to the Saudi-owned news channel Al Arabiya on Wednesday.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas slammed the recent US-backed decisions made by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to normalise diplomatic ties with Israel, calling the moves a "violation" of a "just and lasting solution under global law".
In this image made from UNTV video, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks in a pre-recorded message which was played during the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, at UN headquarters, in NY.
The UAE's deal with Israel had "created a deep crisis in the Arab League" and the move was followed "by a similar collapse by the Kingdom of Bahrain", Maliki said, quoting from the letter. "There is no honour in seeing Arabs rush towards normalisation during its presidency", foreign minister Riyad al-Maliki said.
In a pre-recorded video message, Abbas complained that, "The Palestine Liberation Organization has not given a mandate to anyone to speak or negotiate on behalf of the Palestinian people".
If Trump loses in the November 3 elections, the conference sought by Abbas would take place under a U.S. president Joe Biden, who is also a supporter of Israel but has vowed to promote a two-state solution.
With the UAE expected to receive advanced American F-35 stealth bombers in return for recognizing Israel, Saudi Arabia and neighboring Kuwait, both staunch allies of the US, "are likely to bide their time and hold out for bigger prizes", the report said. Yes, I do."He said there may be up to nine Arab countries interested in making peace with Israel".