As we are watching history unfold before our eyes with the progress of the Abraham Accords, we should remember that candidate Joe Biden has promised to renew the Iran nuclear deal if elected.
Yet the very thing that has united countries like the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with Israel is their common opposition to their common enemy, Iran. What would happen if America now re-empowered Iran? In the words of Ambassador David Friedman, it would be “a disaster.”
Sudan has now announced its desire to join the accords, hoping to shed its international terrorist status. And there is real hope that other countries, like Saudi Arabia, will soon follow suit. It is America that is brokering these deals with Israel and these Muslim nations.
Should America now reinstate the Iranian nuclear deal, which could deal a fatal blow to this historic, forward movement?
Are we willing to throw away all that because we abhor some of Trump’s style? Reinstating the nuclear deal with Iran would make the Iran-Turkey alliance more deadly.
On one of my recent trips to Israel, I was struck by the degree of enthusiastic support for Trump from the man on the street, among both the religious to the irreligious.
In the rough and tumble world of Israeli politics, Trump’s worst qualities hardly raise a concern. Instead, for them, they saw results, tangible results. And some of those results were the difference between life and death.
Earlier today, Monday, I received an email sent out by Israel Today, which stated, “There’s serious concern among many Israelis that if Joe Biden wins tomorrow’s U.S. presidential election, he’ll reinstate Barack Obama’s less-than-friendly approach to the Jewish state.
“In an urgent effort to avoid that, Jewish leaders gathered in Hebron today to beseech God to grant President Donald Trump four more years in the White House.
“According to these Israeli leaders, this election ‘will impact the future of the state of Israel.'”
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SOURCE: Charisma News