[size=30]Zionist newspaper reveals the completion of Ibn Salman to the "American-Saudi-Israeli alliance"[/size]
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Direction Press / Special
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A US-Saudi-Israeli alliance is to complete the so-called "century deal" between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and US President Jared Kouchner's brother-in-law, an Israeli newspaper reported Friday.
The newspaper Yediot Aharonot said in a report that US interests in Saudi Arabia depend not only on the purchase of weapons by Riyadh but on a plan to eliminate the Palestinian cause from the Saudi player in ending the existence of Palestinian groups through reconciliation.
She added that Mohammed bin Salman is not interested in Palestine at all, but seeks to be a regional force in the region, indicating that the meeting of Ibn Salman with Trump came after the latter's meeting with the Prime Minister of the Israeli entity Benjamin Netanyahu.
"I am trying to persuade Trump to withdraw from the nuclear agreement or to make amendments to it. This is rejected by European countries," she said, adding that the US administration sees in Saudi Arabia the way to normalize relations between the Zionist entity and the Arab states.