Sudan Has Agreed to Normalize With Israel According to Reports

Sudan has reportedly agreed to fully normalize relations with Israel, an initial report by Israel Hayom stated late Wednesday night. A formal and public announcement on the normalization of relations is expected to take place in the next few days. The normalization agreement will likely be done before the November 3rd US election.

The US had begun the process of removing Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism. The exact timing for that removal from the terrorism list is not clear.

Sudan would be following the UAE and Bahrain as recent arab countries that have normalized with Israel.

It seems that eventually up to 13 of the 22 members of the Arab league could normalize with Israel. Oman, Sudan, Comoros, Djibouti and Mauritania have been in talks for normalization. After MBS takes over Saudi Arabia, then Saudi Arabia will likely normalize. Iraq and Kuwait could eventually normalize.

Egypt 1979 and Jordan 1987 made peace with Israel. In the last two months, UAE and Bahrain normalized relations with Israel.

SOURCES- Jerusalem Post
Written By Brian Wang,