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Tells US audience, “New voices in Iraq, Libya and even Syria seek to strengthen the Abraham Accords”

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Ayoob Kara (Left) is seen with Kenneth Abramowitz, Chairman of Citizens For National Security, in Florida. (Photo: Facebook)

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Ayoob Kara, who served as Israel’s Communication, Satellite and Cyber Minister, conducted a tour of major centres in the United States during Thanksgiving, and throughout provided observations and comments regarding Israeli and Middle East affairs.

Notably, in Wellington, Florida he stated to the Citizens for National Security that, “The Israeli and American governments are coordinated in their opposition to the Abraham Accords and are not enthusiastic about them, even though more countries are ready to sign agreements.”

In his estimation, “The US must know that the war in the Middle East is not between Iran and Israel and not between Shias and Sunnis. It is a war where the Shiites want to reconstruct their history, occupy and change the identity of the region, and use Israel to conquer the Arab world to realize their ambition to rule the entire world.”

“The Arab Spring mistake must not be repeated,” he cautioned. “Returning to the Iran deal means returning to radical Islamism and terrorism. Sanctions on Iran must be intensified until the mullahs are overthrown and this will save the world from a third world war. Any further agreement strengthens the Sons of Abraham Alliance and crumbles the ayatollahs regime. There are new voices in Iraq, Libya and even Syria that seek to strengthen the Abraham Accords which I was the first to believe in, recognize and act for.”

Kara met with Florida Congressman Michael Watts, telling him that the right way to stop Iranian aspirations to take over the Middle East – especially Syria – depends upon the Abraham Accords. Making an agreement with the Palestinians is not the solution, as Iraq and five other states are on the way. Watts heard that US support for the Abraham Accords is currently unconvincing and urgently needs to be changed, so that these agreements can move forward and be signed.

In a meeting with Persian Jewish leaders in New York, Kara emphasized that the Abraham Accords must be strengthened and that the sanctions on Iran must continue. “In order to strengthen Israel, the United States and the Abraham Accords and to create good conditions for additional new agreements thanks to the economy, I was asked by the Shmueli family to open a new economic business relationship with the Gulf countries and the rest of the world to promote innovation in additional markets.”

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The Katzenelson family of Chicago discussed establishing three more medical centers in the Middle East with Kara, with one slated for Dubai.  While there Kara also met with Kurdish dissidents from Iraq.

“The Kurds mentioned at the meeting the Holy Places for the Jews guarded by Kurds, and especially the Tombs of the Prophet Mordechai, Daniel, Younes, Nahum (in the City of Elkosh) and others, adding that the Jews had a State of Al-Khadibia led by Queen Helen Arbil who was very supportive of Jerusalem.”

According to Kara, “The Kurds are true friends of Israel. We did a lot for them in the Netanyahu government and even today my dream is to see the Kurds with Iraq overcome Iranian pressure, and following the recent elections in Iraq, to become part of the Bnei Avraham Agreements.”  

According to Kara, “”The State of Israel is not Bennett, Michaeli and Abbas. The state of Israel is me and every citizen in Israel. We will not wait for approval to work for Israel. We sacrificed enough for it, so as not to let it be destroyed with hatred. We will preserve and promote economic agreements with the Gulf states.”   

Rachel Avraham is a political analyst working at the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Public Relations and Human Rights.  She is the author of “Women and Jihad: Debating Palestinian Female Suicide Bombings at the American, Israeli and Arab Media.”  

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