In 1967, the Arab League convened in the capital of Sudan and passed a famous resolution declaring "no peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, no negotiations with it." Today, Sudan agreed to normalize relations with Israel.
Sudan has normalized relations with Israel, making it the 3rd nation to do so this year. The #AbrahamAccords are providing a historic forum for building trust and fostering peace among neighbors.
Breaking: Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize ties in a U.S.-brokered deal, ending decades of hostility
Israel, Sudan Agree to Normalize Ties in U.S.-Brokered Deal
The Khartoum Summit, following the 6-Day War, was hosted by Sudan & it’s where the Arab League passed the resolution known as "The Three No's" — ‘NO peace with Israel, NO recognition of Israel, NO negotiations with Israel.’ Fast forward to today’s news👇
This is really something
To assuage Islamists and pro-Bashir hard-liners over an Israel deal, Sudan’s transitional govt persuaded the U.S. to give Khartoum millions in financial aid & take the country that once sheltered bin Laden off the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Breaking news: Sudan has agreed to normalize relations with Israel. Me: - "Yes, yes, yes" has finally replaced 1967's "three no's of Khartoum" - This is a major development, confirming Israel's increased acceptance by Arabic-speaking governments
Adding another state to the growing list of countries normalizing ties with Israel is a foreign policy victory that Mr. Trump can tout ahead of the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential elections via
Sudan Agrees to Normalize Ties With Israel: via