Iran and the Abraham Accords: Order vs. Disorder
UANI Outreach Coordiinator Bob Feferman writes: "Last month we marked the first anniversary of the Abraham Accords that normalized relations between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Since then, Israel has signed normalization agreements with Morocco and Sudan. These four Arab countries, together with Egypt and Jordan, represent great hope for the future of the Middle East. In order to nurture that hope, the international community must unite to confront Iran and its destructive behavior in the region. To do that, it is first important to see the big picture. Too often, when violence breaks out in the Middle East, there are very few analysts who are able to connect the dots and help us understand the wider regional context."