Simultaneously, what has been referred to as the “cold peace” with Egypt has warmed up a great deal since the beginning of the Abraham Accord process.
In the past two-plus years Israel has signed agreements normalizing relations with four Arab/Muslim countries. The agreement with Sudan has remained in suspense until that country sorts out its domestic political problems. However, the agreements with Morocco, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have been enthusiastically implemented by both sides, resulting in greatly increased travel, trade and investment relations. In the case of Morocco, even a defense agreement has been signed.