Washington - President Donald Trump, hoping to clinch the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize before leaving office, announced that he has deals in the works to extend the Abraham Accords, which currently spell out peace terms between Israel and a number of Middle Eastern countries, to "many, many countries".
Among the new countries which have agreed to peace with Israel are Bolivia, Iceland, Fiji, New Zealand, Nicaragua and Tibet.
"No one has ever done a deal like this,. It's massive," said Trump. "All of these countries were preparing to go to war with Israel, just like the other ones we included in the previous deals."
The other countries that are currently in the Abraham Accords, including Morocco, Dubai and the United Arab Emirates, have never actually sent any troops to fight Israel. The U.A.E. expects to receive advanced fighter jets from the United States for signing the deal, which they can use against other countries in the Middle East like Yemen and Iran, in Trump's bid to win a "Peace Prize".