Jerusalem: Media in the United States and the Middle East had claimed that ‘The conflict between Israel and the terrorist organisations from Gaza will have a direct impact on the Abraham agreement signed between Israel and the Arab countries. As a result, the cooperation between Israel and the Arab countries will end.’ However, Brigadier General Dr Meir Elran, retired Israeli military official, stated that ‘There is no basis to the claims that the Abraham Accord will end because of the Israel-Hamas conflict. This conflict will not affect the cooperation with the countries participating in the agreement.’
A major conflict was sparked between the Israeli military and Hamas from the Gaza Strip. Repercussions of the strife were felt in the emergency meeting held by the ‘Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’ (OIC). Leaders from Iran, Turkey, Pakistan and Malaysia held Israel responsible for the conflict. At the same time, Iran and Turkey accused the countries of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan, which are cooperating with Israel, of being equally responsible for the conflict.
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