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A clause in the UAE-Bahrain accords with Israel leaves ‘door wide open’ to Jewish prayer at holy site.

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A statement embedded in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain normalisation agreements with Israel, brokered by the United States, may lead to the division of the Al-Aqsa compound because it violates the status quo, analysts say.

According to a report by NGO Terrestrial Jerusalem (TJ), the statements mark a “radical change in the status quo” and have “far-reaching and potentially explosive ramifications”.

Non-Muslims can visit but cannot pray at the site. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu affirmed this status quo in a formal declaration in 2015. If this changes in the years to come is can open a door for the new Temple. All it needs is a mayor event to put things in motion; This could be a regional war (Ezekiel 38/39) that is won by Israel.

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