In the past few years, we have seen a trend towards the normalisation of ties between Arab-Muslim states and Israel. Since the Abraham Accords in 2020, Israel has formally normalised ties with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan. In 2021, the Israeli ambassador to Singapore expressed Israel’s interest to expand the wave of normalisation with the Muslim-majority states in Southeast Asia, namely Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei. Perhaps most significantly, prior to October 7th this year, there were prospects of a normalisation agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia, mediated  by  the  United  States.  However,  with the  resurgence  of conflict  in  Gaza,  the  political dynamics of the Middle East are set to shift again.