By eliminating the prospect of annexation, at least for now, it effectively eliminates a huge potential bone of contention between Israel and the West, not only the Europeans, but also the United States. So this is one of those agreements that, at first glance, may not seem as significant as some of the others we have talked about. Jared Kushner, the top Trump administration official who participated in negotiations on the deal, said in an interview with CBS News that the deal would make the Middle East more peaceful and hopeful, meaning fewer U.S. troops would need to be deployed to the region.  Foreign Secretary Mike Pompeo said the deal was an important step toward stabilizing the region and good for the world.  Unlike the handshake between Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the White House or the Camp David agreement between Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Menachem Bégin of Israel in 1978, this agreement seems more pragmatic, less historical and symbolic, more a product of calculation than of the historian. Each side receives something, each camp gives up something. A deal that was made under the wrong circumstances. Gantz thanked Trump, Netanyahu and Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan for the implementation of the peace agreement and said he showed an alliance between Middle Eastern nations that wanted stability and mutual cooperation.
He also showed Israel`s eternal desire for peace with neighboring countries, while improving Israel`s image on the world stage and creating a better future for the region.  At the request of journalists, Netanyahu admitted to hiding the negotiations with the UAE from blue and white because the United States asked him to do so.  The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps warned the UAE that it would face dangerous effects on the deal. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called the deal a “grave mistake” and warned the UAE not to allow Israel to be safe in the Gulf. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called it a betrayal of Arab and non-Arab countries in the Middle East. A group of protesters with fewer than 100 residents gathered on August 15 outside the UAE embassy in Tehran, chanting “Death for America” and “Death for Israel.” Protesters also burned Israel`s flag.