The plan calls for a Palestinian capital for a future state of Palestine to be outside and east of the Israeli West Bank barrier in the part of East Jerusalem, which includes Kafr`Aqab and the Shuafat and Abu Dis refugee camps.   Martin Indyk described the Palestinian side as “just a splinter of East Jerusalem.”  It would bear the name that the Palestinians would like to name, perhaps al Quds.  According to Mr. Dubuisson, the designation of a place as Jerusalem is a “semantic game”, a fragmented unity in several neighbourhoods far from each other, separated by the communities and main streets of Israel and which have little in common.   Abu Dis is repeatedly referred to as a “depredation, lawless enclave” described as “gang-ridden slum” or as a dark neighborhood, with “a single main street and higgledy alleyways that draw strange angles” and a bulky concrete separation wall on the other side of Jerusalem.  Regional security is also an important aspect. There are no official nuclear states in the region. However, it is very clear that Israel and Iran can have nuclear weapons and that others are trying to acquire them; but until recently, the status quo meant that there was no need to hurry. What`s going on now? It is understandable that both countries are primarily concerned with their neighbours and, despite the good relations between Washington and the Arab States, the United States is still a long way off. “The second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days,” he tweeted. For the Palestinians, this erasure of the conflict further distances them from their objectives and the legitimate means of seeking them.
At the same time, the de facto annexation in the form of settlement construction continues; And in the midst of this “historic peace agreement,” airstrikes continue in Gaza, destruction ends in Jerusalem and clashes have broken out in the West Bank between protesters and Israeli forces. After attempting civil (and sometimes non-civil) disobedience, numerous peace initiatives and legal reparation through international mechanisms, the Palestinians have very few opportunities. And as with most nations, they will consider their leadership to protect their rights, interests and security. Demonstrations and demonstrations were held in many cities in Pakistan to condemn the agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel.  Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to the President of the United States, condemned Kuwait`s position. However, according to Al Jazeera, his conviction was widely shared on the Internet as positive.  However, the Government of Kuwait itself has remained silent on the agreement. On 18 August, 37 Kuwaiti MPs asked them to condemn the agreement.  Two days earlier, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas, citing unnamed government sources, had indicated that the Kuwaiti government`s position vis-à-vis Israel was unchanged.  Israel and the United States share the United States` suspicions against the Iranians. This also applies to Bahrain. Until 1969, Iran claimed that Bahrain was part of its territory.
Bahrain`s Sunni leaders also see part of their dormant Shiite majority as a possible fifth column for Iran. This would never have been done without Saudi Arabia`s agreement. The Saudis were behind the Arab peace plan that called for Palestinian independence. In addition, the parties express their common interest in establishing and developing mutually beneficial cooperation in the area of exploration and use of space for peaceful purposes, in a manner consistent with national legislation and the international obligations of each party.