Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is to found an organization called the Abraham Accords Institute for Peace, to work on deepening the normalization agreements he helped strike between Israel and Arab countries during his time in the White House.

Iran Press/America: Kushner was instrumental in bringing the so-called Abraham Accords to fruition. The normalization deals were arguably the former US president's main foreign policy achievement and the biggest breakthrough for relations between Israel and the Arab world for 25 years.

Axios news website reported on Wednesday that the institute is non-partisan, non-profit, and will have a five-year mandate. It is being funded through private donations and will focus on "increasing trade and tourism" between the five signatory countries: Israel, Bahrain, the UAE, Morocco, and Sudan, and developing programs to foster "people-to-people" connections.

According to the American news website, former White House envoy Avi Berkowitz; Israeli-American businessman and Democratic Party donor Haim Saban; the UAE and Bahraini ambassadors to Washington, Yousef Al-Otaiba and Abdulla Al-Khalifa respectively; as well as Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi are all set to be involved in the project.

The non-partisan, non-profit organization will have a five-year mandate and be funded through private donations.

According to a statement, it will focus on increasing trade and tourism between the five signatory countries — Israel, Bahrain, the UAE, Morocco, and Sudan — and developing programs to foster people-to-people connections between the countries.

It will also "provide analysis of the benefits of normalization and the potential benefits additional Arab countries can receive if they join the Abraham Accords."

With the pressures of Trump to make the Arabic regimes' ties normalized with the Israeli regime, UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco reached an agreement with the Israeli regime on full normalization of diplomatic ties.  

These agreements have been widely criticized in the Islamic world.