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October 24, 2013

Lacking Trust in Obama, Israel and the Gulf States Are Quietly Drawing Closer Together

Topics: Israel, Middle East News and Perspectives, Political News and commentaries

Given the worldwide meltdown of trust in Obama, and seeing a hopelessly naive America (under Obama's presidency), Jews and Arabs are finding common ground to face a growing Iranian menace.

Recent remarks by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have fueled renewed speculation of behind-the-scenes links between Israel and the Gulf monarchies.

Netanyahu, speaking at the UN, said that "the dangers of a nuclear-armed Iran and the emergence of other threats in our region have led many of our Arab neighbors to recognize, finally recognize, that Israel is not their enemy."

He added: "This affords us the opportunity to overcome the historic animosities and build new relationships, new friendships, new hopes."

There have been subsequent rumors of visits by senior Gulf officials to Israel, to discuss matters of common interest.

While it is difficult to acquire details of these contacts at the present time, it is a near certainty that they exist, on one level or another. Conversations with Israeli officials suggest that much is happening behind the scenes.

Israel and the key states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (most importantly, Saudi Arabia) share core views on the nature of key regional processes currently underway, and their desired outcome. These commonalities have existed for some time, and it is likely that the contacts are themselves not all that new.

There are three areas in which Israel and the countries of the GCC (with the exception of Qatar) are on the same page.

They are: the urgency of the threat represented by the prospect of a nuclear Iran, the danger represented by the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood over the last two years, and the perception that the United States fails to understand the urgency of these threats and, as a result, is acting in a naive and erroneous way on both.

Read the rest HERE.

We could call this the natural result of Obama's pro-Muslim Brotherhood positions and a general sense among our allies that he can't be trusted - juxtaposed with our enemies no longer fearing us.

Posted by Hyscience at October 24, 2013 3:24 PM



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