(Worthy News) – Foreign Minister Yair Lapid on Thursday said that Israel was forming an axis of moderate Middle Eastern countries to oppose the religious extremism of Iran and its proxies in the region.
“Strategically, what we’re creating here is a diplomatic axis featuring Israel, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to present a pragmatic alternative to religious extremism,” he said during a visit to Morocco in which he inaugurated the Israeli diplomatic representation in the North African country as a symbol of the normalization of the relations between the two nations.
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