Saturday, November 7, 2020

President Trump Deserves the Nobel Prize For Peace

Whether or not President Trump wins a second term in the White House, his place as a peace maker will be noted in the annals of history. Unlike his predecessor in the White House, he deserves the Nobel Prize for Peace. He has been nominated to receive the Nobel Prize for Peace by the eminent law professor, David Flint, who is among four Australian law professors who nominated President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize on the basis of the “Trump Doctrine.”
In fact, the peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as well as Bahrain, and Sudan (in the process of being completed) is vastly different and far more productive than the peace that President Jimmy Carter negotiated between Egypt and Israel or that between Jordan and Israel. Unlike the “cold peace” between Israel and Egypt, which essentially is a deal between two governments that left the people out of it, Trump’s peace is all inclusive. The peace President Trump brought to fruition between the UAE, Bahrain, and Israel has all the elements of a warm and enduring peace that involves people to people interactions. Whereas, the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt were based on territory (the entire Sinai Peninsula returned to Egypt in exchange for peace) for peace; the September, 2020 Abrahamic Peace is based on peace for peace, something Israelis have yearned for since independence. Under Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, few Egyptians ventured to visit Israel, and when they returned, they were “black listed.” At the same time, thousands of Israelis flocked to Egypt. The Jordanian-Israeli peace was slightly better. Still, it involved Israel returning a small piece of land to Jordan. While Jordanian workers come to Israel to earn money, they are not spending money as tourists would. Conversely, the Abrahamic Peace is an attractive peace that is underlined by commercial and trade exchanges, tourism, intelligence and defense partnership, health, and educational cooperation.
The foreign policy “experts” advised President Trump to entice first the Palestinians to make peace as all of his recent predecessors have done. In other words, give them a veto power to block any regional peace between Arab states and Israel; Trump realized that he is dealing with a Palestinian dictatorship that has little interest in the welfare of its people. He rejected the advisors “advice,” and chose another way. He brought together the common interests of the Arab Gulf states and Israel.
Trump presides over historic Arab-Israel deals
President Trump has vouched that an additional five moderate Sunni-Arab states are set to make peace with Israel. In Israel, Trump is considered the most pro-Israel president in history. But it was not just in the Middle East that Trump achieved the previously unachievable peace. He also did it between the European Balkan nations of Serbia and Kosovo. The majority of ethnic Albanian Muslims in Kosovo, previously part of Serbia, split away from Serbia in 2008, in what turned out to be a bloody conflict. Trump brought the two parties together in the White House, and convinced them to end the conflict, and sign a peace treaty.
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