On the 19th anniversary of 9/11, President Trump has announced he has successfully brokered another breakthrough peace deal in the embattled Middle East region.

The president announced on Friday that the Arab Kingdom of Bahrain and the state of Israel have agreed to normalize relations via a joint statement declaring peace. Trump broke the news on Twitter following a three-way phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the King of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa bin Salman al-Khalifa, according to reports from the White House.

“Another HISTORIC breakthrough today! Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal – the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days!” Trump celebrated.

The president also tweeted the joint statement the three countries signed to establish “full diplomatic relations” between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain.

According to the statement, King Hamad will join PM Netanyahu and the United Arab Emirates at the White House on September 15th for a historic signing ceremony. Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani and Netanyahu will sign a Declaration of Peace.

Acknowledging the timing significance of the deal, the president said, “There’s no more powerful response to the hatred that spawned 9/11 than this agreement,” Fox News reported.

President Trump’s successful effort to normalize relations between Bahrain and Israel comes just weeks after the UAE’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed also agreed to peace with the Jewish state as well. This was the first time a Middle Eastern country officially recognized Israel’s sovereignty.

Last week, President Trump oversaw another historic agreement between Serbia and Kosovo, in which Serbia agreed to move its embassy to Jerusalem, and Kosovo agreed to recognize Israel.

Trump praised the deal on Twitter, “Congratulations to @predsednikrs Vucic for announcing the move of Serbia’s Embassy to Jerusalem by July. It is a brave and historic move!”

Following the UAE-Israel and Serbia-Kosovo deals, the Bahrain-Israel agreement is now the third peace deal President Trump has brokered in the Middle East within just one month.

It is also notable that, upon the historic flight US officials, including Jared Kushner, and Israeli officials took to the UAE, solidifying the new relationship, Hamas-controlled Palestine agreed to a ceasefire with Israel. President Trump also announced this week that the US is withdrawing more than 2,000 American troops from Iraq.

In recognition of the president’s monumental foreign policy achievements, on Friday a member of the Swedish Parliament nominated Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize for a second time within a week. The first nomination was for the UAE-Israel agreement, and the second is for the Serbia-Kosovo deal.

Magnus Jacobsson announced his official nomination on Twitter, “I have nominated the US Gov. and the governments of Kosovo and Serbia for the Nobel Peace Prize for their joint work for peace and economic development, through the cooperation agreement signed in the White House. Trade and communications are important building blocks for peace,” he wrote.

Any world leader who achieves even one lasting peace deal in the Middle East deserves to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, let alone three. Although the Left was convinced that, if Trump was elected, he would start World War III, he has thus far proven himself to be the president of peace.

White House Adviser Jared Kushner said it best, “We’re seeing the beginning of a new Middle East and the president has really secured alliances and partners in trying to pursue that.”

19 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks that sent us to an almost endless war in the Middle East, we are finally stepping into an era of reconciliation. Hopefully, our new Middle Eastern partners will remain committed to the treaties they signed in aspirations of peace.