Wahhabi Arab leaders and Israel become united against Iran

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Published in Iran
Thursday, 21 May 2015

Wahhabi Arab leaders and Israeli diplomats have agreed to strengthen security ties between their governments and Israel especially against Iran.

Saudi Arabia may be willing to permit Israeli jets to use its airspace in the event of an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities.
Israeli diplomats and Arab leaders decided these in an official meeting held in Jordan.

Israeli diplomats and representatives of several Arab states that don’t have formal relations with Israel met in Jordan for clandestine talks, Israel Radio reported Tuesday.

Envoys from the European Union and the United States also attended the meeting, which focused among other things on regional security cooperation should American influence in the Middle East diminish.

Some of the Wahhabi Arab diplomats expressed a desire to strengthen security ties between their governments and Israel, but said such cooperation would be contingent on advances in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the report said. The countries in attendance were not named in the report.

A slew of recent reports indicate that covert ties exist between Israel and Gulf states because of their shared concern over Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

Those ties are expected to grow stronger amid a pending deal between Tehran and the world powers over Iran’s nuclear program — a deal that would see a lifting of economic sanctions in return for downsizing the program.

An outline of the framework accord decided upon in Lausanne, Switzerland, in early April was met with criticism both in Jerusalem and in predominantly Sunni Gulf states.

A February report hinted that Saudi Arabia may be willing to permit Israeli jets to use its airspace in the event of an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities.


On the other hand, Iranian State Tv reported that diplomats from certain Arab counties that do not have open diplomatic relations with the Tel Aviv regime have had a secret meeting with Israeli officials in Jordan.

The report, published on Tuesday by the Arabic website of Israeli radio station Voice of Israel, did not specify the nationalities of the Arab diplomats who are said to have been present at the meeting, Ma’an news agency reported.

During the purported meeting, the Arab representatives expressed their relevant states’ interest in cooperating with Israel over “security” matters in the Middle East.

The report added that delegates from the European Union (EU) as well as the United States were also in attendance of the secret meeting.

Moreover, several Arab diplomats said countries in the Middle East should be preparing for a “new reality” in the region.
Egypt and Jordan are the only Arab countries that have open relations with Israel.

On April 15, 2014, then Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Tel Aviv is holding secret talks with some Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, in an effort to create diplomatic relations to unite against Iran.

“There are contacts, there are talks, but we are very close to the stage in which within a year or 18 months it will no longer be secret, it will be conducted openly,” Lieberman said, Hebrew-language Yedioth Ahronoth reported.

The newspaper also quoted the Israeli minister as saying that some new “peace” accords between Israel and Arab states would be signed in 2019.

Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, however, vehemently denied the existence of any such talks with Tel Aviv.

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