On August 14, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey was considering withdrawing its ambassador from the UAE or even ending its diplomatic relations with the UAE after the UAE and Israel reached a peace agreement. According to Al Jazeera television on August 15, Erdogan said on the 14th that “actions against Palestine are intolerable. Now that Palestine is closing its embassy (in the UAE) or withdrawing its diplomats, this is the same thing for us. ” Erdogan said he had told Turkey’s foreign minister that Turkey could take another step towards ending its diplomatic relations with the UAE, or withdraw its ambassador to the UAE. Turkey’s foreign ministry said on the 14th that history would never forgive the “hypocrisy” of the peace agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, which “changed the political order of the Middle East”. On August 13, with the help of U.S. President trump, Israel and the United Arab Emirates reached a historic peace agreement, which will open the normalization of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The agreement, known as the Abraham accord, is the first such agreement between an Arab country and Israel since Israel and Jordan signed a peace treaty in 1994. Netanyahu and crown prince Muhammad subsequently issued a joint statement, saying that Arab Israeli relations were in response to “President Trump’s request to achieve a diplomatic breakthrough”, and that Israel would “suspend swearing sovereignty over the regions mentioned in the vision of peace, and focus its current work on expanding relations with other Arab countries and the Muslim world”. Palestine has attacked the agreement, calling it a betrayal of Palestine and calling for its withdrawal. A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the agreement amounts to “Treason” and should be withdrawn.