Most Palestinians share their leaders` presentation of the agreements as a betrayal, Shikaki said, but they are also angry with Abbas for not addressing the parapublic warming trend between Israel and the Gulf countries for years. A majority believe that the agreements, with others to follow, put out of reach a negotiated two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian issue, perhaps permanently, he said. On 21 August, Prince Turki bin Fayçal Al Saud wrote in an obvious reply to Mr. Trump, who said on 19 August that he expected Saudi Arabia to accede to the agreement, that the price to be paid for normalizing relations with Israel would be the creation of a sovereign Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital. He added that any Arab country that wants to follow in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates should in future demand a higher price from Israel for peace.  Amira Hass wrote that the agreement was the result of the Palestinian Authority`s continued neglect of relations with the United Arab Emirates. According to hate, diplomatic relations were severed in 2012 by the PLO to deny the UAE`s good relations with Mohammed Dahlan, the political enemy of PLO President Mahmoud Abbas. The PNA`s animosity towards the UAE continued to June 2020, when the PLO rejected aid sent by the UAE during the COVID-19 pandemic, by the grounds that it was it was felt without prior agreement and through an Israeli airport. Hatred is a PLO more concerned with domestic politics than with governance, which contributes to economic decline and strained external relations.  Joe Biden, Trump`s opponent in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, praised the agreement, building on “the efforts of several governments to promote greater Arab-Israeli openness, including the Obama-Biden administration`s efforts to build on the Arab peace initiative.”  Some experts have rejected the role of the administration, other than the agreements themselves.
It is “the latest in a long chain of unintended consequences” that have fallen into the government`s fold, Martin Indyk, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel, wrote to Foreign Affairs. The American conservative called him “Diplomacy Potemkin.” According to the government of the Emirati Emirates, the agreement “immediately puts an end” to Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank and offers Israel and the Palestinians the opportunity to renew negotiations to end their conflict. Israeli officials use the word “suspend.” The difference in language represents the policy that the leader of each country faces. In the case of the United Arab Emirates, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed clearly felt compelled to show that normal relations with the United Arab Emirates were not free for Israelis. For Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the use of the term “suspend” is an attempt to appease pro-annexist groups and groups that have already criticized the agreement. India welcomed the agreement and said that the two nations were its allies and that it had always supported peace and prosperity in West Asia. Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had previously said that UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan had called him to discuss the agreement. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed the agreement as a path to peace in the Middle East and welcomed the suspension of the annexation of territories in the West Bank. British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian expressed similar sentiments, with the former adding that it was time for direct dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians, while the latter said it created an opportunity to resume talks.  France and Germany saw the agreement as the hope of a two-state solution.  German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi to congratulate him.  Israel has recently shaken the world by signing contracts with the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Bahrain.