Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman inaugurated on Monday evening the Friedman Center for Peace Through Strength, an initiative to implement and expand the Abraham Accords between Israel and Arab states, Israel Hayom reported.
The opening event at Jerusalem’s Museum of Tolerance, where the center is located, put details of the historic accords on display, including the agreements’ economic aspects and potential initiatives on innovation.
Guest of honor included former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, FIFA President Gianni Infantino, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mrs. Sara Netanyahu, as well as numerous CEOs, entrepreneurs, and American, Israeli, and Arab government officials.
Also in attendance was Rabbi Zalman Wolowik, Shliach in the Five Towns, NY and a close friend of Friedman, as well Rabbi Shloimy Peles, who uses his connections to assist the work many Shluchim.
The aim of the new institute is to the expanding and scaling of the Abraham Accords Friedman helped broker last year among Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, Kosovo and Morocco.
The evening concluded with the world debut of the documentary film “Abraham Accords,” a five-part creation that sheds light on the accords and the part played by former US President Donald Trump and Emirati Ambassador to the US Yousef al-Otaiba.
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