The Arab League has 22 member states. It was founded in Cairo in March 1945 with six members.
Oman, Comoros, Djibouti and Mauritania are also in talks with Israel to normalize relations. Israel already had peace deals with Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Sudan and the UAE.
Here are the members of the Arab League.
Algeria Rejecting Bahrain Peace deal, normalized Comoros Talking Djibouti Talking Egypt Peace deal, normalized Iraq People not on board Jordan Peace deal, normalized Kuwait People not on board Lebanon Under Iranian influence Libya in chaos Mauritania Recognized Israel 1999, froze 2009. Likely Next Morocco Peace deal, normalizing Oman Talking Palestine Rejecting Qatar People not on board Saudi Arabia Visits, Negotiations Somalia Not Impossible Sudan Peace deal, normalized Syria (suspended) in chaos Tunisia Publicly rejecting United Arab Emirates Peace deal, normalized Yemen Rejected
SOURCES – NY Times, Worldometers, Wikipedia
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