Iran Kicks as Israel, Morocco Reach Peaceful Agreement

A senior advisor to the Iranian parliament speaker, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, on Friday, said Morocco is betraying the Palestinian nation by concluding a peace agreement with Israel.

The peace deal was brokered by U.S. President Donald Trump.

The two countries have agreed to reopen liaison offices in Rabat and Tel Aviv, with subsequent opening of full-fledged embassies.

President Trump announced on Thursday that Israel and Morocco agreed to establish full diplomatic ties and air travel between the two nations.

“The normalisation of Morocco’s ties with the fake regime that occupied Jerusalem is a betrayal stabbing Palestine’s resistance in the back,” Abdollahian, the Special Aide to the President of the Islamic Parliament of Iran in International Affairs, said.

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Morocco has become the fourth Arab country this year to reach an agreement on the normalisation of ties with Israel after the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Sudan.

Morocco controls much of Western Sahara, while the pro-independence Polisario Front in the region’s south sees the kingdom as an occupant.

Since the Trump-sponsored Abraham Accords system came in place, the Iranian authorities view each new peace agreement with the Jewish state as a betrayal of the Palestinian authorities.

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