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Israel’s Alternatives: How the Jewish State is Preparing for an Uncertain Future (2/8)

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Interview any random set of men on the street about the condition the United States and the answers are likely to be unanimous; the nation is in precipitous decline. This reality is equally as obvious to the Jewish oligarchy which currently governs the country. The Jewish elite have used the world’s sole superpower as a tool for achieving their innumerable goals at the expense of all else, but this state of affairs cannot continue for much longer, and the governing classes are aware of this. As the United States continues to flounder in its ability to project power and as its influence rapidly approaches complete dissolution, the Jewish State of Israel has found itself a new set of bedfellows. These new found friends of Israel will be the subject of an ongoing examination by White-Papers in the weeks and months to come. 

Second on the list of Israel’s new and greatest allies is the United Arab Emirates, popularly referred to by the acronym UAE. Israel and the UAE made headlines when in September of 2020 the two countries signed the Israel-United Arab Emirates Normalization Agreement, commonly refered to as the Abraham Accords. This document, signed in the presence of former US President Donald Trump, formalized diplomatic relations between Israel and the UAE and established a framework for cooperation. This same framework was later utilized by two other Arab monarchies: Bahrain and Morocco to establish their own formal diplomatic relations with Israel and futher split the once united Arab world. Before the year 2020 only the Kingdom of Jordan and the Arab Republic of Egypt had recognized the Jewish state.

Israel, officially a Jewish state, and the UAE, which is a federation of small Arab gulf monarchies, are two nations which could not seem more different, not least because one nation is a radically supremacist state open about its intentions to either expel or genocide the Palestinian people and the other, the UAE, is comprised of the same ethnic, religious and cultural stock as the Palestinians Israel is so doggedly oppressing. Despite these seeming differences the two countries are fixated on many of the same policy areas and the whims of the absolute monarchs which rule the UAE come above any concerns of their population. Israel and the UAE share particular angst with regard to the issues they feel the United States government has largely failed to address their concerns, namely over the issue of Iran. And thought they only just formalized diplomatic relations in 2020, the two nations have been partners for decades and unofficial allies since at least the year 2010.

In the first article of this series a new trade link between India and Israel was discussed, which as dedicated readers may remember involves a rail line from Israel to the UAE and then the UAE’s ports serving as the entry and exit points for Indian goods to the Arab peninsula and wider Middle East. This has most recently been expanded with Israeli confirmation a a “mega-railway” project connecting the country with the UAE from Haifa, Israel’s largest port city, to Abu Dhabi.

In a short time trade between the partners has doubled to over 2 billion US dollars in goods in 2021 and more than 200,000 visits by Israelis have been made to the UAE. The client status of the United Arab Emirates seems to have been firmly cemented. New institutions have come to life such as the UAE-Israel Business Summit and just eight days ago the UAE and Israel signed their names to a free trade agreement, the first such agreement in the Middle East.

Much like the situation with India, the UAE’s increasing economic ties with Israel have led them to make a series of foreign policy decisions which are so much in favour of the Israeli’s that there is no other possible explanation than the prioritization of integration with a new Israeli alliance takes precedent over historic racial and cultural ties. Specifically the United Arab Emirates has fallen silent on the issue of Palestine. Such is the state of affairs that it is now left to Iran, the tiny State of Kuwait and a smattering of online White Nationalists to carry the torch for the Palestinian cause in their fight against Jewish power.

The UAE is assisting Israel in more than one realm when it comes to Middle-Eastern security, however. The Emirates has been prosecuting an intense war in Yemen against Iranian backed Houthi’s fighting to free their country from a pro-Western government. And while a truce may have been temporarily declared the UAE is not giving up its regional gains such as the island of Socotra which though formally under Yemeni sovereignty has been effectively annexed by the Emirates and is being exploited by both the itselfand Israel to build joint military installations. The effective annexation of Socotra allows for the UAE and Israel to control the entrance to the Gulf of Aden which leads into the entrance of the Red Sea and eventually to the southern end of the Suez Canal. This means that the Israeli-UAE joint forces could shut down nearly 15% of the world’s container traffic on a whim.

With the ink on a free trade deal still drying and the United Arab Emirates announcing plans to invest over 10 billion dollars in private Israeli corporations in the coming years it can be state with complete certainty that the United Arab Emirates has abandoned any semblance of Arab unity. The Arab League is a failing institution and with the Abraham Accords prying nations away from an Arab-centric vision of the Middle East we are likely to see more Arab states fall into line with the promises of prosperity and stability that a new Israeli led alliance has to bring.

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