In his WSJ op-ed, Kushner also says Israel and Saudi Arabia are close to sealing a normalization deal and calls on Biden to seize the opportunity.
“The kingdom dipped a toe in the water by granting overflight rights to Israel and, most recently, allowing an Israeli racing team to participate in the Dakar Rally,” she Kushner. “The Saudi people are starting to see that Israel is not their enemy. Relations with Israel are in the Saudi national interest and can be achieved if the Biden administration leads.”
But Saudi Arabia is not the only country closing in on deals with the Jewish state, claims the former adviser to Trump, whose team helped to broker Israel’s normalization pacts with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar and Morocco.
“There are also several more countries on the brink of joining the Abraham Accords, including Oman, Qatar and Mauritania,” he writes. “The table is set. If it is smart, the Biden administration will seize this historic opportunity to unleash the Middle East’s potential, keep America safe, and help the region turn the page on a generation of conflict and instability.”