In his last days, Trump issued a military decision regarding Israel … and his father

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He ordered the expansion of the main US military command in the Middle East

Outgoing US President Donald Trump has ordered the expansion of the main US military command in the Middle East; To include Israel, according to US officials, according to “Sputnik.”

In detail, the last-minute reorganization of the US defense structure, which the pro-Israel groups have called for for a long time, aims to encourage cooperation against Iran, according to the American Wall Street Journal.

According to the newspaper, the move means that the US Central Command will oversee US military policy that includes Israel and the Arab countries, in a decades-long exit from the US military command structure that was established there due to the sharpening between Israel and some Arab allies of the Pentagon.

The move is the latest in the Trump administration’s series of policies to shape the national security agenda that it bequeaths to President-elect Joe Biden. The change was recently commissioned by Trump, but has yet to be announced.

A source in President-elect Biden’s transition team declined to comment on the move.

In the wake of the agreements that led to the normalization of relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the pro-Israel groups have intensified their efforts to assume the central command responsibility for military operations and to plan to promote greater cooperation between Israel and its Arab neighbors, according to the newspaper.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working on forming a team to crystallize an Israeli vision during talks with US President-elect Joe Biden’s administration about Iran and the Iranian nuclear program.

On Wednesday, the Israeli “Walla” website quoted officials in Netanyahu’s office as saying that “the team will include representatives of the National Security Council, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defense, the Army, the Mossad and the Atomic Energy Commission.”

The website stated that “Netanyahu wants to appoint a high-ranking official from him to head the crew, and to be a special envoy for talks with the new US administration before the return of potential states to the nuclear agreement with Iran.”

The site indicated that Netanyahu had asked Defense Minister Benny Gantz last week to assume exclusive responsibility for crystallizing Israel’s position on the subject of the nuclear agreement. Gantz responded to Netanyahu, saying that “this is not a private commercial interest for one person, and that policy should be determined by joint deliberations of the security apparatus, and a discussion in the small cabinet for political and security affairs (the cabinet).”

Estimates in Israel indicate that “the Biden administration and the Israeli government will enter into a clash due to the major differences between them on the Iranian issue. Biden announced during his election campaign that he will enter into negotiations with Iran and work to return to the nuclear agreement in the event that Iran returns to its full implementation.” Netanyahu considers such a move a fatal mistake. ”

Advisers to Netanyahu say they are “concerned that Biden’s advisors on foreign and security policy are composed of Obama’s advisers, and that some of them are the architects of the nuclear deal.”
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In his last days, Trump issues a military decision regarding Israel … and the target is Iran

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Outgoing US President Donald Trump has ordered the expansion of the main US military command in the Middle East; To include Israel, according to US officials, according to “Sputnik.”

In detail, the last-minute reorganization of the US defense structure, which the pro-Israel groups have called for for a long time, aims to encourage cooperation against Iran, according to the American Wall Street Journal.

According to the newspaper, the move means that the US Central Command will oversee US military policy that includes Israel and the Arab countries, in a decades-long exit from the US military command structure that was established there due to the sharpening between Israel and some Arab allies of the Pentagon.

The move is the latest in the Trump administration’s chain of policies to shape the national security agenda that it bequeaths to President-elect Joe Biden. The change was recently commissioned by Trump, but has yet to be announced.

A source in President-elect Biden’s transition team declined to comment on the move.

In the wake of the agreements that led to the normalization of relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the pro-Israel groups have intensified their efforts to assume the central command responsibility for military operations and to plan to promote greater cooperation between Israel and its Arab neighbors, according to the newspaper.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working on forming a team to crystallize an Israeli vision during talks with US President-elect Joe Biden’s administration about Iran and the Iranian nuclear program.

On Wednesday, the Israeli “Walla” website quoted officials in Netanyahu’s office as saying that “the team will include representatives of the National Security Council, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defense, the Army, the Mossad and the Atomic Energy Commission.”

The website stated that “Netanyahu wants to appoint a high-ranking official from him to head the crew, and to be a special envoy for talks with the new US administration before the return of potential states to the nuclear agreement with Iran.”

The site indicated that Netanyahu had asked Defense Minister Benny Gantz last week to assume exclusive responsibility for crystallizing Israel’s position on the subject of the nuclear agreement. Gantz responded to Netanyahu, saying that “this is not a private commercial interest for one person, and that policy should be determined by joint deliberations of the security apparatus, and a discussion in the small cabinet for political and security affairs (the cabinet).”

Estimates in Israel indicate that “the Biden administration and the Israeli government will enter into a clash due to the major differences between them on the Iranian issue. Biden announced during his election campaign that he will enter into negotiations with Iran and work to return to the nuclear agreement in the event that Iran returns to its full implementation.” Netanyahu considers such a move a fatal mistake. ”

Advisers to Netanyahu say they are “concerned that Biden’s advisors on foreign and security policy are made up of Obama’s advisers, and that some of them are the architects of the nuclear deal.”

January 15, 2021 – Jumada Al-Akhir 2, 1442

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He ordered the expansion of the main US military command in the Middle East

Outgoing US President Donald Trump has ordered the expansion of the main US military command in the Middle East; To include Israel, according to US officials, according to “Sputnik.”

In detail, the last-minute reorganization of the US defense structure, which the pro-Israel groups have called for for a long time, aims to encourage cooperation against Iran, according to the American Wall Street Journal.

According to the newspaper, the move means that the US Central Command will oversee US military policy that includes Israel and the Arab countries, in a decades-long exit from the US military command structure that was established there due to the sharpening between Israel and some Arab allies of the Pentagon.

The move is the latest in the Trump administration’s series of policies to shape the national security agenda that it bequeaths to President-elect Joe Biden. The change was recently commissioned by Trump, but has yet to be announced.

A source in President-elect Biden’s transition team declined to comment on the move.

In the wake of the agreements that led to the normalization of relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain, the pro-Israel groups have intensified their efforts to assume the central command responsibility for military operations, and to plan to promote greater cooperation between Israel and its Arab neighbors.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is working on forming a team to crystallize an Israeli vision during talks with US President-elect Joe Biden’s administration about Iran and the Iranian nuclear program.

On Wednesday, the Israeli “Walla” website quoted officials in Netanyahu’s office as saying that “the team will include representatives from the National Security Council, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defense, the Army, the Mossad and the Atomic Energy Commission.”

The website stated that “Netanyahu wants to appoint a high-ranking official from him to head the crew, and to be a special envoy for talks with the new US administration before the return of potential states to the nuclear agreement with Iran.”

The site indicated that Netanyahu had asked Defense Minister Benny Gantz last week to assume exclusive responsibility for crystallizing Israel’s position on the subject of the nuclear agreement. Gantz responded to Netanyahu, saying that “this is not a private commercial interest for one person, and that policy should be determined by joint deliberations of the security apparatus, and a discussion in the small cabinet for political and security affairs (the cabinet).”

Estimates in Israel indicate that “the Biden administration and the Israeli government will enter into a clash due to the major differences between them on the Iranian issue. Biden announced during his election campaign that he will enter into negotiations with Iran and work to return to the nuclear agreement in the event that Iran returns to its full implementation.” Netanyahu considers such a move a fatal mistake. ”

Advisers to Netanyahu say they are “concerned that Biden’s advisors on foreign and security policy are made up of Obama’s advisers, and that some of them are the architects of the nuclear deal.”





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