The head of the Israeli settler group Yesha Council, David Elhayani,[he], accused Mr. Netanyahu of “betraying” some of his most loyal supporters and of “deceiving half a million people in the region and hundreds of thousands of voters.” Oded Revivi [he], the mayor of Efrat, a settlement of more than 9,000 people south of Jerusalem, supported Netanyahu, arguing that “the Israeli agreement to defer the application of Israeli law in the Jewish settlements of Judea and Samaria was a fair price to pay,” adding that it could change the way settlements are viewed.  Beit El Settlement Mayor Shai Alon and Shomron Regional Council President Yossi Dagan also criticized the agreement.  In 1971, when the United Arab Emirates became an independent country, the first president of the United Arab Emirates called Israel an “enemy.”  The United Arab Emirates and the United States have had a strategic relationship since the 1990 Gulf War and increased after the September 11 attacks to a significant U.S. Air Force presence at Al Dhafra Air Force Base  In November 2015, Israel announced the opening of a diplomatic office in the VaE, which would be the first time in more than a decade that Israel was officially present in the Persian Gulf.  Eighty MPs voted in favour of the agreement, including many members of the opposition. Only 13 MPs – all on the common list of the Arab majority – voted against the agreement and criticized it as a plan to undermine the Palestinian people. Amira Hass wrote that the agreement was the result of the Palestinian Authority`s continued neglect of relations with the United Arab Emirates. According to hate, diplomatic relations were severed in 2012 by the PLO to deny the UAE`s good relations with Mohammed Dahlan, the political enemy of PLO President Mahmoud Abbas. The PNA`s animosity towards the UAE continued to June 2020, when the PLO rejected aid sent by the UAE during the COVID-19 pandemic, by the grounds that it was it was felt without prior agreement and through an Israeli airport.
Hatred is a PLO more concerned with domestic politics than with governance, which contributes to economic decline and strained external relations.  Recognizing the new era of peace and friendly relations between them, as well as central stability for the well-being of their respective peoples and the region, the parties commit to regularly examining and reviewing issues and concluding detailed agreements and arrangements for coordination and cooperation.