After the signing of the Abraham Accords, media influencers rushed to claim that the accords didn’t matter, were fake, or a sham because the UAE, Bahrain, and Israel had never been at war. Many Democrats on social media were just looking for an easy one-sentence put down and don’t know anything about the region, but the same meme was spread by people who know better like The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg, fresh off embarrassing himself with the false “suckers” story.
“Peace treaties are made between warring parties, and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have never been at war with Israel,” Goldberg writes.
This is a ridiculously dumb and dishonest argument.
Jordan and Israel signed a peace treaty some 20 years after their last formal war. And even during the Yom Kippur War, the two countries had a secret understanding.
Does Goldberg believe that peace treaty was a sham? Of course not, it was a Clinton affair.
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