7. Middle East Strategic Agenda: Following the Abraham Accords: The parties are ready to join forces with the United States to develop and launch a “Middle East Strategic Agenda” to expand diplomatic, trade, trade and other cooperation at the regional level. They are determined to cooperate and cooperate appropriately with the United States and others to advance the cause of peace, stability and prosperity in relations among themselves and for the Middle East as a whole, including by trying to promote regional security and stability; seize regional economic opportunities; Promote a culture of peace throughout the region and consider joint aid and development programmes. The parties welcome the progress they have made in working together to treat and develop a vaccine against the Covid-19 virus, a sign of the enormous potential for cooperation between them in the health sector. Recognising the importance of building relationships in the fields of health and medicine, the Parties shall cooperate in areas such as medical education, training and simulations, innovations in digital health and artificial intelligence in healthcare, and emergency management and preparedness. Other leaders and factions, including the Islamic Jihad movement in Palestine, unanimously rejected the deal, according to Al Jazeera. The head of the Palestinian National Initiative, Mustafa Barghouti, said they were not surprised by the recent steps taken by the UAE and the fact that the Emiratis have never tried to fight Israel. He added that this could encourage other nations to ignore the Palestinian issue. The head of the Lasity Liberation Front, Wasel Abu Yousef, said the deal only gave Israel more influence over its occupation. ANP Social Affairs Minister Ahmed Majdalani said they were not aware of the deal in advance and that the UAE was deceiving others while unilaterally changing the Arab world`s approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on September 1 accused the UAE of betraying the Islamic world, Arab countries, and Palestine.
Khamenei explained that normalization will only be temporary, but that the UAE will still have to bear the shame of the deal. He accused her of working with Israel and Kushner against the interests of the Muslim world, hoping that the country would soon regret what it did.  Joe Biden, Trump`s opponent in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, praised the deal because it “builds on the efforts of several governments to promote a broader Arab-Israeli opening, including the Efforts of the Obama-Biden administration to build on the Arab Peace Initiative.”  “This is a black day in the history of Palestine,” Ahmad Majdalani, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization`s Executive Committee, said in an interview just before the Palestinian ambassador to the Emirates was recalled in protest. “This agreement is a complete departure from the Arab consensus. The Palestinian people have not allowed anyone to make concessions to Israel in exchange for anything. The head of israel`s Yesha Council settler group, David Elhayani, accused Netanyahu of “betraying” some of his most loyal supporters and “deceiving half a million people in the region and hundreds of thousands of voters.” Oded Revivi, the mayor of Efrat, a settlement of more than 9,000 people south of Jerusalem, supported Netanyahu, arguing that “the Israeli agreement to postpone the application of Israeli law in Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria is a fair price,” adding that this is how settlements are viewed. may change.  Beit El Settlement Mayor Shai Alon and Shomron Regional Council President Yossi Dagan also criticized the deal.
 News International reported that after consultations and after examining the pros and cons of overseas developments, Pakistan will take a position on the agreement between Israel and the UAE. .