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    Experts: Israel is not ready for proxy war for Saudi Arabia

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    Post by Rocky Sat 18 Nov 2017, 2:35 am

    Experts: Israel is not ready for proxy war for Saudi Arabia
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    Baghdad - Agencies
    An Israeli military leader met Thursday with a Saudi news site to feed on an imminent alliance between Tel Aviv and Riyadh to wage a war against Tehran, but experts doubt Israel's readiness for such a war.
    Iran, as a regional power increasingly influential in the region, is a common enemy of the kingdom and of Israel, which have no diplomatic relations.
    Against the background of the historical rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia, tensions have increased sharply in recent years against the backdrop of regional wars, the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri and the intercepting of a rocket launched by the Houthis from Yemeni territory towards Riyadh.
    It is not surprising, then, that the war of words between the two regional rivals has reinforced assumptions about secret talks being conducted by the Kingdom and Israel and the possibility of a military operation against Iran or the Lebanese Hezbollah, Tehran's ally and "great enemy".
    In this light, the statements made by General Gadi Eisenkot, the Israeli chief of staff, to the Saudi news website Elaph should have aroused public interest. In this exclusive interview, Eisenkot said that "the greatest real danger in the region is Iran," stressing the need to stop its "expansion".
    The Israeli chief of staff stressed the existence of "many common interests" between Israel and Saudi Arabia, expressing his country's willingness to share with Saudi Arabia the necessary information "if necessary" to stop the Iranian threat, as well as its willingness to "exchange experiences with moderate Arab countries, .

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