The Israeli newspaper said that the recent US positions on Riyadh “weaken the regional alliance against Iran at a time when the United States is showing less willingness to confront the regime of the Ayatollah”, referring to the Biden administration’s intention to return to the nuclear agreement from which former President Donald Trump withdrew in 2005. 2018.
The report indicated that Israel will watch carefully what the Biden administration said that it will not lift the sanctions until Tehran complies with its obligations that it evaded from the nuclear deal. “Time will tell whether that will happen.”
The Jerusalem Post reported that in recent years Saudi-Israeli relations have grown so closely that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “secretly met” the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, in the kingdom.
The newspaper said, “Saudi Arabia, without Washington’s help, will not be enthusiastic about rapprochement with Israel,” which has deepened its relations with Arab countries led by the Emirates.
She emphasized that the Saudis and the Israelis would continue rapprochement in the face of a “common enemy” in Iran.