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    The Israeli Chief of Staff is ready to exchange information with Saudi Arabia

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    The Israeli Chief of Staff is ready to exchange information with Saudi Arabia Empty The Israeli Chief of Staff is ready to exchange information with Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Fri 17 Nov 2017, 2:48 am

    The Israeli Chief of Staff is ready to exchange information with Saudi Arabia
    The Israeli Chief of Staff is ready to exchange information with Saudi Arabia Irq_969935351_1510864350
    The head of the Israeli army's general staff told an Arab electronic newspaper that Israel was ready to exchange "intelligence" with Saudi Arabia, saying the two countries had a common interest in confronting Iran.
    According to Reuters, Lieutenant-General Gadi Eisenkot told the Saudi-owned newspaper Elaph in what she said was her first interview with an Arab newspaper that Israel had no plans to attack Hezbollah.
    Saudi Arabia has stepped up pressure on its arch-foe Iran, accusing Tehran of trying to expand its influence in Arab countries and often doing so through proxies, including Hezbollah.
    The growing tension between Tehran and Riyadh has fueled speculation that common interests may prompt Saudi Arabia and Israel to work together against what they see as a common Iranian threat.
    Saudi Arabia stresses that any relationship with Israel depends on Israel's withdrawal from the Arab territories occupied since the 1967 war.
    Asked if Israel had exchanged any information with Saudi Arabia, Isnakot said: "We are ready to share information if necessary. There are many common interests between us."
    He added that the election of US President Donald Trump on the basis of a program calling for increased pressure on Iran provided an opportunity to establish new alliances in the Middle East,
    Both Saudi Arabia and Israel regard Iran as the main threat to the region.
    "We have to prepare a big and general strategic plan to stop the Iranian threat and we are ready to exchange experience with the moderate Arab countries and share intelligence to confront Iran," Eizenkot told Elaph, who said the interview was conducted by an Israeli Arab journalist in the office of the Israeli chief of staff.
    Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced his resignation this month in a surprise move that plunged Lebanon into a new political crisis.
    Hariri's resignation has pushed Lebanon to the forefront of the regional conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, which also includes Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Bahrain.
    Speculation about Israel's possible military action against Lebanon has increased. Israel views Hezbollah as a strategic threat.
    "We have no intention of launching any attack against Hezbollah in Lebanon and reaching a state of war, but we will not accept a strategic threat to Israel," Eisenkot said in response to a question about expectations that Israel might launch a military operation against Hezbollah. Finished


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