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About the 'Energy for water' agreement: Implications and risks

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Isn't it weird that all the normalisation deals, or the alliance news with the Zionist entity, only come out from the former party, while the Arab side insists on secrecy until the last moment?!

Does this not indicate the nature of those agreements that collide with the collective consciousness of our peoples and our nation?

Does this not confirm that the Arab parties that are involved in these agreements are still aware that they are crossing popular red lines, and are getting involved in projects that people cannot be convinced of, in any case?

In fact, we remember this: we will always remember when the Jordanian Minister of Information went out on Monday morning, 22 November, to announce to one of the local radio stations that there is no Jordanian-Emirati-Israeli tripartite project related to energy and water and that everything that is happening is just research.

A few hours later, just as the Zionist sources had confirmed, the three parties were signing the "Declaration of Intent" for the project that had been talked about, in the same detail as the sources revealed.

Much has been said about the project that we are talking about, which still faces dismissive reactions on the Jordanian side, and it has been noted that everyone who talked about it, has repeatedly linked the project to the Jordanian officials' bragging about their success to overcome the "Deal of the Century", which we talked about in the previous article that Mahmoud Abbas's Authority was also........

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