Israeli talks with Gulf countries to confront the “Iranian threat”

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The Jerusalem Post reported that Israel had held talks with Gulf states in order to form a defense alliance to confront “common enemies,” namely Iran.

The newspaper quoted an Israeli official as saying that “informal talks took place with Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain, to enhance cooperation between them.”

She pointed out that “the four countries consider Iran a great threat, especially if it continues with its nuclear project,” saying that “there is much that can be achieved through expanding cooperation.”

In a related context, the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, met yesterday, Tuesday, the new Emirati ambassador to his country, Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Khaja, according to the “Times of Israel” website.

“We are changing the Middle East, we are changing the world,” Netanyahu told the Emirati ambassador.

The meeting was also attended by Netanyahu’s National Security Adviser, Meir Bin Shabat, and other officials.





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