A Christian law firm is praising President Donald Trump for brokering yet another normalization of relations between Israel and a Muslim country.
President Trump announced on Thursday that Israel and Morocco have agreed to normalize relations marking the fourth Arab-Israel agreement in four months. As part of the deal, the U.S. will recognize Morocco's autonomy over the Western Sahara territory.
Liberty Counsel founder and chairman Mat Staver says this is a significant change in the Middle East.
“Morocco is a country that is totally Muslim,” he says, “so this is a sea change that has happened during the Trump administration that no one ever thought was possible.
There is another positive aspect to this agreement, which is the “disenfranchising” of the Palestinian Authority and the anti-Jewish “radicals” in its ranks, Staver tells One News Now.
President Trump has been nominated more than once for the Nobel Peace Prize after his administration brokered peace with numerous Muslim nations to the benefit of Israel.
"Any other president who has done this kind of action, within such a short period of time,” Staver says, “would overwhelmingly win the Nobel Peace Prize."
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