Driven by the threat of Iranian dominance, nations from the Arabian Peninsula continue their rapprochement with Israel
The office of Prime Minister Netanyahu has just made public a video clip from a closed to the press dinner in which he participated with senior officials from the Arab world. The dinner took place at the security conference in Warsaw that dealt primarily with Iran. The clip shows unusual, but very positive from the Israeli standpoint positions expressed by such high-level officials as the foreign ministers for Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. The speakers clearly identified Iran as the major problem in the Middle East and the desire to realign their priorities in a way that would bring them closer to Israel and form an Arab-Israeli Iranian alliance. This comes on the heels of Netanyahu’s meeting with the Omani foreign minister yesterday.