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Without exception, each and every country in the Middle East was so frustrated and angered by President Obama’s obsession to cut a deal with Iran at any cost, that the leaders were forced to communicate with each other and find their own ways to secure their own futures.Old hostilities were put aside when faced with this new danger.He was talking about talking to them about multiple topics, not only about efforts to creating a solution with the Palestinians.Conversations like those signal a new approach to problem solving and portend well for successful conclusions to conflicts and crises.These states were extremely interested in having that information.Those exchanges blossomed into relationships, as Israel began to help those Arab countries who wanted assistance solving internal problems with water shortages, irrigation and technology.This fascinating half day tour provides an insight into Dubai's rich history.Depart from the meeting point to the Jumeirah Mosque; Photo stop at the Jumeirah Mosque (the guide will explain the significance of the mosque whilst conducting a quick walk-around with the guests); Photo stop at the Zabeel Presidential Palace; Visit the Dubai Museum; Ride an Abra to Deira Souq; Spend Time at Spice Souq; Spend Time at Gold Souq; Option to stay in the Souq for shopping or take the bus back to your hotel.
He was referencing the leader of the United Arab Emirates, the President of Egypt and the King of Jordan.Finally, the path opened and evolved into real discussions about terror, radical religious groups, sharing intelligence and other issues—like the continual Palestinian crisis.The exchange and dialogue between Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Israel is impressive.The distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab is more than just a stunning hotel, it is a symbol of modern Dubai.The hotel is situated on Jumeirah Beach 15 km south of Dubai.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has, for the first time, openly and very casually, revealed that Israel and many Arab leaders have open and ongoing dialogue. At a May 10th press conference, the Israeli prime minister clearly stated: “The initiative that I’m referring to are regional initiatives—meaning, aided by the Arab countries in the region to reach a real deal with the Palestinians.” In other words, Netanyahu is clearly saying that he had spoken to not one or two, but several Middle East leaders preceding the press conference.