December 18, 2020
Asifa Bhutto Zardari, left, a leader of the Pakistan Democratic Movement, an alliance of opposition parties, attends an anti-government rally, in Multan, Pakistan, Nov. 30, 2020. (AP/Asim Tanveer)
Which Asian, Muslim majority country could be the next country planning peace with Israel?
By Lauren Marcus, World Israel News
On Tuesday, Israel Hayom reported that a senior government official from a large Muslim-majority Asian country recently visited Israel, despite the two countries having no diplomatic relations.
In an Army Radio interview this week, Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen suggested that the country may be Indonesia. But Indonesia vehemently denied that it is in normalization talks with Israel, reported CNN.
So which Asian, Muslim majority country could be the next country planning peace with Israel?
Noor Dahri, founder of British think tank Islamic Theology of Counter Terrorism, says Pakistan is on the verge of a normalization agreement with the Jewish stare.
“Good News for Pakistanis,” Dahri tweeted.