Hundreds of people protested in the occupied territories against the “secret” oil deal between the Israeli government and the United Arab Emirates.
Ahlu Sunna News Service (ABNA) – Hundreds of people protested in the occupied territories against the “secret” oil deal between the Israeli government and the United Arab Emirates.
Russia Today, citing the regime’s Arabic-language broadcaster, said the rally took place on Saturday at the invitation of environmental groups.
The groups have been raising awareness of the agreement and its environmental implications since the August 14th edition of the Associated Press.
According to the report, the deal was signed last September by the so-called “Abraham Accord.”
Agreements The United States has seen the facilitation of common agreements between the United Nations and the United Nations, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The détente agreements are summarized by all Palestinian factions, as well as many regional peoples and governments. He called the opposition a “backlash” from Palestine and a reason for secession from Israel.
A joint Israeli-Emirati joint venture between Tel Aviv, a European-Asian pipeline company, and the Red-Red Bridge.
“The agreement is a step towards strengthening new diplomatic ties and increasing Israel’s ambitions,” the AP wrote.
As part of the agreement, the port of Elat in the occupied territories will be the “Emirates Oil Road leading to Western markets.”
Local groups have called on the Israeli Supreme Court to intervene.
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