Dozens of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered Tuesday in front of the White House to protest the signing of deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain to normalize the bilateral relations.

Iran PressAmerica: "This is a backstab to the Palestinian people," said Zeina Hutchison, head of a coalition of pro-Palestinian associations behind the rally.

"What they call a peace deal is endorsing the occupation and apartheid," says the 39-year-old activist, who was born in the Palestinian territories and now lives in Virginia.

"It's not new but it's visible -- they are investing in colonization," She said.

Mark Zayyad, a 54-year-old New Yorker who traveled to Washington for the demonstration, said: "Donald Trump is destroying the Middle East."

"This peace is wrong," he added.

Senan Shaq of the US Palestinian Council said Trump "does not have the right to determine the solution to give the Palestinian land to the Israelis."

The activists gathered in Washington, draped in keffiyehs and carrying Palestinian flags, marched outside the White House chanting slogans such as "Free Palestine."

"If you want to make peace, it's fine. But Palestinians deserve to have something too. We are humans too," thundered 76-year-old Rashid Awad.

In recent months, the process of normalizing relations between some Arab regimes in the region and Israel has intensified.The compromise agreement between the UAE and then Bahrain with the Zionist Regime has led to a widespread negative reaction in the Islamic world.