Bahraini King meets an Israeli rabbi, say reports

پادشاه بحرین و مارک اشنایر

According to Jerusalem Post, the Bahraini despot Hamad bin Isa al Khalifa met with Rabbi Marc Schneier, the president of the Foundation of Ethnic Understanding, in the Bahraini capital of Manama. The Bahraini king sees the direct relation with Tel Aviv only a matter of time. The New York-based rabbi, for his part considered the axis of resistance as Israel and Arab sheikhdoms’ common enemy and this common animosity harbingers a peace accord between Tel Aviv and Arab capitals.

A senior Israeli delegation has allegedly visited the Saudi capital of Riyadh to confer with Saudi leadership concerning regional developments.

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.
Political experts believe GCC states gave Israel a much-needed legitimacy by labeling Lebanon’s Hezbollah a ‘terrorist organization’.

The Jordanian newspaper Raialyoum, regarded the recent GCC decision of labelling Hezbollah as ‘shameful’ and saw it as prelude to further persecution of other resistance factions in the Middle-East region.

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  1. Carnaptious  March 9, 2016 at 12:25 pm

    “So a Bahraini king and an Israeli rabbi walk into a bar” … sounds like the premise to a bad joke, but I doubt anyone other than Israel’s “leaders” will find the punchline – more death, destruction, and chaos – particularly amusing.

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