Alan Dershowitz nominates Jared Kushner and Avi Berkowitz for a Nobel Peace Prize for their work on the Abraham Accords, peace deals between Israel and Arab nations.
The Abraham Accords are not a real peace deal, which even conservative outlets like the National Review have admitted. Less conservative critics have called Kushner’s work “absurd” and even “dangerous.”
But the Abraham Accords may help Israel in its long-term efforts to tackle Iran and dismantle Palestine, so it’s only natural that Alan Dershowitz would consider this a mighty accomplishment.
Dershowitz is an attorney who previously represented Jeffrey Epstein, as well as Donald Trump in his first impeachment trial. (Trump’s second impeachment trial will also be led by a former Epstein attorney.) We’re not sure when he first met Trump, but he was a client of Trump’s mentor, Roy Cohn.
Dershowitz has been accused of using Epstein’s “services,” as well as being an attorney for Mossad. Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s father have also been accused of working for Mossad. One of the prosecutors in Epstein’s trial said his hands were tied because Epstein “belongs to intelligence.”
Dershowitz has said that his job is using his voice “for the defense of Israel.” He spends his free time visiting college campuses to “counter anti-Israel elements.”
In the last week of his presidency, Donald Trump did a favor for Dershowitz by lifting sanctions on one of his criminal clients.
Photo: U.S. Embassy Jerusalem