The Gulf states have compiled a proposal to take unprecedented steps toward normalization with Zionist entity if the Israeli side in turn freezes settlement construction in parts of the occupied West Bank and eases trade restrictions in the Gaza Strip, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The report is based on details from a document that was prepared during discussions between various Arab countries. According to the report, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which are leading the proposal, also updated the American administration and the Zionist entity on the bid.
The Arab countries suggest taking steps such as establishing direct telecommunication lines between the Zionist entity and some of the Arab countries, permitting Zionist airlines to fly over the airspace of Gulf states and abolishing trade limitations with the Zionist entity. Additional normalization steps being weighed include the granting of visas to Israeli athletes and business people interested in visiting Gulf states. In return, the Gulf states are demanding that the Netanyahu government take significant steps to advance the peace process with the Palestinians, in particular the freezing of construction outside settlement blocs.
Source: Israeli media