Pakistani officials may have met with Israelis amid rumors of a peace deal

Pakistani officials may have met with Israeli officials amid rumors, including diplomatic circles, that Pakistan could be the next country to normalize ties with Israel.

Among those who have spoken out about this potential is Noor Dahri who founded the British branch of thought Islamic Theology against Terrorism.

He has been very active on twitter, regarding the meeting, noting, “Soon I am going to reveal a secret but successful recent meeting between a Pakistani politician and Israeli politics in Tel Aviv. ”

Dahri provided more information about the trip in this i24 interview.

Pakistan has refused to reject profiteering on an agreement with Israel.

But Dahri said in his i24 interview that he had previously said that former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif sent two delegations to Israel to investigate the normalization of ties and Benazir Bhutto met with the Israeli delegation in Washington and sent a group production to Israel.

Pakistan has been publicly hostile to Israel over the Palestinian case, but has a long history of hidden ties between the two countries, Dahri said in a phone interview with Post Jerusalem.

Opportunity is now open also in light of the shifting geopolitical reality in which such a relationship with Israel is no longer a taboo in the Arab and Muslim world, Dahri said.

This includes the United States Abraham Accords where Israel was routinely governed by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain and is currently doing so with Sudan and Morocco.

“Open them [Pakistan] telling our people that we are not going to move forward without the establishment of a Palestinian state, “Dahri said.

But detention is a difficult situation because of Abraham’s treaties and the opportunity to deal normally with Saudi Arabia, he said.

“Now is the time, because Arab countries want Pakistan to openly establish ties with Israel, he said.

The Arab states want to break Pakistan away from Turkey and Iran’s alliance and bring it into their emerging diplomatic circle with Israel, Dahri said.

Saudi Arabia has pressured the UAE of Pakistan to normalize relations with Israel, as well as reduce relations with Turkey, “he said.

Pakistan hopes a deal with Israel will help it develop its ties with Saudi Arabia, which has halted financial support and oil exports to Pakistan, Dahri said. Pakistan-like ties with the UAE are at a low level, so the UAE has suspended visas for Pakistani citizens, he said.

Pakistan living and working in Saudi Arabia will boost Pakistan’s economy by $ 1.5 billion to $ 2.5 billion, so the country’s economy would shrink if the visa ban is not reversed , he said.

“Both Arab countries [Saudi Arabia and the UAE] called on Pakistan to suspend alliance with Turkey and normalize relations with Israel.

“As a reward Saudi Arabia will resume financial support and start importing oil to Pakistan” and the UAE would reiterate visas, he said.

Pakistan also needs an alliance in the region, to balance India’s growing ties with Middle Eastern countries such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Israel, he said.

The Trump administration has continued to work in recent weeks to create normalization treaties between Israel and Arab, Muslim and African states.

White House special adviser Jared Kushner is expected to travel with the Israeli delegation to Morocco next Tuesday.

Israeli Information Minister Eli Cohen has speculated that other treaties could include Oman and Indonesia, but has not mentioned Pakistan.