Dynamics of Muslim World & Future of Palestine

The longstanding Palestine issue, which revolves around territorial and religious disputes dating back to the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, reached a critical juncture after the normalization of relations between four Arab League countries – Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Sudan and Morocco – and Israel. The normalization process was brokered and actively pushed forward by Trump Administration. Therefore, the change at the White House following presidential elections in November 2020, left the future of Abrahamic Accords uncertain.

Even before President Joe Biden’s policy on Palestine got clearer, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu aggressive actions of evicting Palestinians and annexing territory pushed the tensions between Palestinians and Israel to a flashpoint. Israeli police officers cracked down on Palestinian youth inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque and later bombarded and rained missiles on Gaza Strip in which nearly hundred people have been martyred so far.  Read More

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