Israel offers Arab state the opportunity to tackle Iran together — Analysis
Naftali Bennett is the Israeli Prime Minister who has visited Bahrain for the first time.
Naftali Bennett, Israeli Prime Minister, said that Iran is a menace to both Israel and Bahrain. He suggested they might team up against Tehran during his visit to the Gulf monarchy.
“We will fight Iran and its followers in the region night and day. We will aid our friends in strengthening peace, security, and stability, whenever we are asked to do so,”Bennett made the promise in an interview on Tuesday with Al-Ayyam, a Bahraini outlet linked to the state of Bahrain.
Tehran’s efforts to be a terrorist were attributed by the PM. “destroy moderate states”To replace them, they will be moved to the Gulf. “bloodthirsty terrorist groups.”
He was asked about the possibility that an alliance could be formed to counter Iranian influence. This might include Israel, Bahrain and other Arab countries. “We all understand that we face the same challenges, so why not work together to tackle them?”
Bennet was the first Israeli Prime Minister to ever visit Bahrain. He assured journalists “Israel is a strong and reliable country.”
Tal Kelman (Israeli general) first proposed the concept of such a bloc last year. According to Kelman, who heads the IDF’s Strategy and Third Circle Directorate, “the moderate axis”Resist Israel, Bahrain and the UAE as well Jordan, Egypt, Jordan, Egypt, and other countries. “the radical axis”Iran and his “remarks” “proxies”In Lebanon, Syria and Yemen.
As part of the Abraham Accords (a US-backed effort to normalize relations between Israel and Bahrain after decades of war), Israel and Bahrain were able to resume their bilateral relations late in 2020.
Bahrain, a tiny island country of 1.5 million people, is home to around 1.5 million. Although the majority of its inhabitants are Shia Muslims and it has a Sunni ruler, most of it is Sunni. The rulers in Manama have been concerned by Tehran’s activities as Iran, which is located less than 800 kilometers (497 miles) away, often faces accusations from its rivals of supporting Shia groups in other countries.
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