The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation Radio "Makan" revealed that well-informed sources in Washington, said that about three Arab countries will normalize their relations with Israel soon. They will follow the example of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).\r\n\r\nAccording to "Makan", after Israel signed a peace agreement with the United Arab Emirates, informed sources in Washington told the, Al-Quds, newspaper that the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Sultanate of Oman and Sudan would soon take the same step of the UAE.\r\n\r\nThe sources expressed their belief that it is a matter of a very short time for Bahrain and Oman.\r\n\r\nAn Israeli official confirmed, in an interview with "Makan" Radio in Hebrew, that the Kingdom of Bahrain could be the next Arab country that will establish official relations with Israel.\r\n\r\nIn turn, US President Donald Trump said he believes that the Palestinians will seek peace when they see more Arab countries conclude peace agreements with Israel.\u00a0He indicated that the annexation plan is not currently on the table.\r\n\r\nTrump added that the approval of Tel Aviv to suspend the annexation of parts of the occupied West Bank lands is a "great concession by Israel."\u00a0He noted that the annexation process "is not currently on the table."\r\n\r\nTrump described the peace agreement between Israel and the UAE as a "big breakthrough."\r\n\r\nIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has confirmed his commitment to annex parts of the occupied West Bank lands, stressing that he will not give up the process.\r\n\r\nNetanyahu stated that the annexation issue will remain on the table and that it is still on the agenda, adding that he is the one who put the annexation issue on the table, and he is committed to it in coordination with the American administration only."\r\n\r\nIsrael's PM indicated that the American president asked Israel to wait temporarily for the issue of annexation.\r\n\r\nThe US Presidents advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner expected that Israel and another Arab country would announce the normalization of relations between them in the foreseeable future, similar to the agreement concluded between Israel and the UAE.\r\n\r\nWhen asked about the possibility of concluding a deal similar to the Israeli-UAE agreement in a period before the US presidential elections, Kushner, in charge of the file of the Middle East peace process, told reporters on Thursday that he thinks there is a very high possibility" to achieve this.\r\n\r\nHe considered that the deal between Israel and the UAE "melted the ice between the two countries" and that the\u00a0USA hopes to see other countries do the same.\r\n\r\nHe pointed out that the United States was engaged in talks on normalization with several other countries, but suspended it when there was "clear progress" in negotiations with the UAE, and decided to focus on this path and complete it first.\r\n\r\nOn his part, Trump's National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien stressed that there are "other countries ready" to follow in the footsteps of the UAE.\r\n\r\nThe UAE will become the third Arab country after Egypt and Jordan to establish full diplomatic relations with Israel.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman announced its support for the decision of the United Arab Emirates regarding relations with Israel within the framework of the historic joint declaration between it and the United States and Israel.\r\n\r\nThe spokesman for the Omani Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed his hope that "this decision will contribute to achieving comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the Middle East and in a manner that serves the aspirations of the peoples of the region in the sustainability of the pillars of security and stability and the advancement of the causes of progress and prosperity for all."