At last, we are witnessing a historic shift in the Middle East: the normalization of relations between Arab countries and Israel. This summer, the U.S. brokered the Abraham Accords, normalization agreements between the Jewish state and two Arab countries— the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. In October, Israel and Sudan also reached an agreement. More are expected to follow. Arab-Israeli normalization is the way to peace with Palestinians explains the historical importance of Arab countries finally welcoming peace and normalization with Israel. It also sheds a light on how the accords call into question the basic premise of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement which advocates for the anti-normalization and delegitimization of the State of Israel.