Foreign minister says talks with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait held in attempt to establish diplomatic ties based on common fear from Iran.
Israel is holding secret talks with some Arab states that do not recognise it, looking to establish diplomatic ties based on a common fear of Iran, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Yedioth Ahronot in an interview published on Monday.
Amongst the countries he was in contact with were Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, Lieberman said – the first such disclosure by a senior Israeli official.
The two nations swiftly denied the existence of any talks with Israel.
Both these states, along with most other Arab nations, have traditionally been highly hostile towards Israel, which has only signed peace deals with two neighbours – Egypt and Jordan.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s bid to establish a “secret diplomatic channel” with Saudi and Kuwait is nothing but blunt hypocrisy.
As long as the PLO is denied status as a “peace partner”, based on their refusal to recognize the state of Israel.
Are you Israeli?
Forget getting a tourist visa. No Israeli air plane can even fly over Saudi Arabia. This Middle Age styled Islamic kingdom is also one of the main sponsor of Islamic terrorism, not any day better than Iran.
Not surprisingly, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait reject having any “secret talk” with Israel. Again the Arabs seems to stand united. But Israel is on the verge of collapse, not holding on their own principles.
What can we learn from this?
The International pressure on Israel will one day force the Jewish state to surrender. And on the table, is the Islamic inspired Saudi “peace plan” for the Middle East.
because those will be days of distress unequalled from the beginning, when God created the world, until now – and never to be equalled again.
Behold: Israel will not escape the age of distress, chaos and panic. Many Israeli leaders do not search for their Messiah, nor do they have any fear of God. The true Messiah have died for the sins of all Israelis. There is no other way through their troubles, than to surrender to Him.
Written by Ivar