(Worthy News) – The decision by three Arab states to make peace with Israel can be credited both to efforts by the White House under US President Donald Trump administration and the recognition by these Sunni states that doing so would bolster their security against ongoing threats from Turkey and Iran.
Iran and its proxies interfere in Arab states while promoting their Shiite revolutionary ideology, while Turkey pushes the Muslim Brotherhood’s Sunni revolutionary ideology throughout the region. For both these countries, the normalization deals struck between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Sudan have been a shock to the system.
“Iran is a tactical enemy for the [Persian] Gulf states because the regime is controlled by Shiite fanatics who want to destroy the Sunni regimes in the Gulf,” Harold Rhode, a former adviser on Islamic affairs in the US Defense Department who was in Iran during the early months of the Islamic Revolution, said. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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