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The Sunday Times: Israel tends to agree with Iran on Assad and prefer to stay

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The Sunday Times: Israel tends to agree with Iran on Assad and prefer to stay

Post by rocky on Sun 22 Apr 2018, 2:15 am


The Sunday Times: Israel tends to agree with Iran on Assad and prefer to stay


The Sunday Times published an article in the Sunday Times that Israel and Iran have been exchanging denunciation and threats for a long time. It is not important here that they are not natural enemies, separated by more than 600 miles, and there are no border disputes between them , And when it comes to the future of Bashar al-Assad in Syria, Israel tends to agree with Iran that it is better to remain in power, fearing what will follow the collapse of the regime in Syria.
The article explores the historical background of the Israeli-Iranian relations that flourished during the Shah's era as part of a strategic alliance between the two countries based on their lack of confidence in the Arab countries. The relations deteriorated after the Islamic revolution in Iran in 1979.
According to columnist Sir Friedman, Israel prefers Trump's administration to take a tough line against Iran and, by pressing the Americans to play an active role against Iran, has forged a partnership that has remained unlikely with Saudi Arabia. The Palestinian issue remains a barrier to closer rapprochement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is another example of the kind of problems he is now facing as the dominant foreign power in Syria, and that Russia is the only country in a position to talk to both the Iranians and the Israelis. , But there is no evidence that he has the power to impose a solution on both sides.
Friedman concludes that this is one of the situations in which fighting rhetoric should not turn into a war. A confrontation on a large scale will bring enormous risks to both Israel and Iran.


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