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High-ranking Israeli delegation in Riyadh, say reports

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According to Israel-based Rotter website, in the recent weeks, a senior Israeli delegation visited the Saudi capital of Riyadh to confer with Saudi leadership concerning regional developments.

Yesterday, In spite of Israeli Military Censor’s explicit proscription, Israeli channel 10 reported the details of a clandestine visit made by a leading Israeli delegation to KSA, discussing the close relationship between Tel Aviv and Riyadh.

Tzvi Yechezkeli, an Israeli expert on Arab and Middle- East affairs pointed to the uncertain date of the alleged visit, saying: “due to the strict measures instructed by Israeli Military Censor, further details shall remain shrouded in secrecy. For decades, the oil-rich Saudi Arabia sought to conceal its surreptitious links with Israel, though this age-old approach changed with King Salman’s ascension to throne along with ambitious princes who don’t regard overt ties with Israel as a source of embarrassment”.

Yechezkeli added that the Palestinian issue has been pushed to sidelines and Saudis are eager to boost mutual ties with Israel, further adding: “Americans have abandoned the [Middle-East] region, thus Saudis seek Israeli help and cooperation on whatsoever issues related to Iran and this evidently bolstered their relationship”.

Middle-East’s political landscape is rapidly re-shaping as hundreds of Saudi-backed rebels flee to Turkish, Jordanian and Lebanese borders amid Syrian Arab Army (SAA) making fresh gains in strategic areas, and on the other hand, a new powerful pro-Hezbollah alliance developed recently in neighbouring Lebanon. Syria peace talks and a spectrum of stability in the region faced Israel with the nightmare of strong Syria and recurring axis of resistance in international arena. Political spectators believe the increasing international isolation is the common factor, drawing up Riyadh to Tel Aviv and vice versa, hence the timing of recent Israeli visit can be understood to ask Saudis to cancel their military aid to Lebanon, inflaming the southern front in Syria and new media campaign against Hezbollah.

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4 Responses to "High-ranking Israeli delegation in Riyadh, say reports"

  1. Ramirez  March 3, 2016 at 6:42 am

    Question is, if KSA goes what replaces it ? Looks
    like Greater Israel to me !!

  2. LC  March 2, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    Last month I linked to a source showing The first of the Al Saud Lizards was a Khazarian phony Jew & a criminal working as MI-6 agent in Egypt when English Royal Lizards & RKM had him start WAHHABI which was murdering Muslims!!! That became granddaddy of ISIS!!!!

    But::: now with all Saudi Lizard crimes of recent times Islamic countries must create a coalition to take control of their religious sites in Arabia & if Saudi Lizards object to it them they should chase’m out into the deserts to live with other family lizards!!!!

  3. Peter Johnson  March 2, 2016 at 10:22 am

    The Sodom Arabians are too dumb to realise their new friends would like nothing more then their return to the Stone Age, or better yet complete extermination.

  4. Snoop Dough  March 2, 2016 at 9:46 am

    Looks like these devilish beasts from the underworld are planning something big, hope Iran and Russia consider this matter with all available means!

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