When David Ben-Gurion, Israel`s first prime minister, and Eliyahu Sassoon, its first ambassador to Ankara, invented Israel`s “periphery doctrine” against the Arab states` “resistance front,” it was seen only as a temporary policy.55 For decades, the ultimate guarantor of survival was, in the eyes of the dominant Israel, peace with its Arab neighbors. To this end, the following peace agreements were concluded with Egypt, Jordan and the Oslo Accords. However, the strategy was never “autonomous”, but agreed with a policy of “protection” that relied heavily on Jabotinsky`s concept of the “iron wall”56, which provided for the maintenance of a qualitative military lead over its regional adversaries. On August 13, 27, 2020, Anwar Gargash, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, announced the UAE`s agreement on normalization of relations with Israel and said that his country wished to address the threats facing the two-state solution, especially the annexation of Palestinian territories, and called on Palestinians and Israelis to return to the negotiating table. He hinted that he did not think there would be an embassy in Jerusalem until there was a final agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis.  According to US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “Israel and the UAE will fully normalize diplomatic relations… . .