Background

The Abraham Accords is a series of treaties normalizing diplomatic relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco, facilitated by the U.S. Administration between August and December 2020. In the span of five short months, these four Arab states were joined by Egypt and Jordan in making peace with Israel. The agreements were called “The Abraham Accords” in honor of Abraham – the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Abraham Centre for Peace (ACP) focuses on realistic assessment &discussion for promoting & enhancing peace and diplomatic relations between Israel and the Arab/Muslim World – with an additional focus on developments in the ME/Gulf/Iran/Afg regions directly impacting UAE other partner’s national interests. as a private academic activity without diplomatic/official limitations. The research activity will help projecting the importance of peace between the Muslim world and Israel.