Saudi Crown Prince first Saudi official to recognize Israel’s right to exist; Prince addresses Iran, anti-Semitism; Salman:
I believe the Palestinians and the Israelis have the right to have their own land.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman officially recognized Israel’s right to exist in a recent interview that was published on Monday.
It was the first time a Saudi official recognized Israel’s right to exist. Saudi Arabia until now has never officially or publicly recognized the Jewish state, any cooperation or talks held in secret and denied by both countries…. more
Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly met with Israeli officials during Egypt visit this week; Second reported secret meeting between prince and Israeli officials.
Reports surfaced Wednesday morning that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman secretly met with Israeli officials during a visit to Egypt this week.
Reports first surfaced in Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, reports later claiming the meeting was centered on the peace process, Iran and combatting radical Islam in the region…. more
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has formally rescinded his resignation following a consensus deal reached with rival political parties.
The announcement came at the end of the first cabinet meeting to be held since Lebanon was thrown into a political crisis following Hariri’s stunning November 4 move.
Hariri shocked the nation with his bizarre resignation in a televised broadcast from Saudi Arabia last month, citing Hezbollah’s meddling in in regional affairs as a main reason for stepping down…. read more
Kerry reports that Israel, S. Arabia and Egypt all pushed USA to bomb Iran ahead of nuclear deal; Countries called on Obama to bomb Iran as “that is the only thing they understand and that is the only way you will stop them having a nuclear weapon,” Nov. 29, 2017.
Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry claimed that Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt pushed the Obama Administration to bomb Iran ahead of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Speaking at a the Ignatius Forum in Washington Tuesday, Kerry spoke at length on the nuclear deal, defending it and additionally claiming that both Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt pushed the United States to bomb Iran. Kerry, who met with Prime Minister Netanyahu, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, all leaders calling for military action on Iran’s nuclear program…. read more
Russia, Turkey & Iran to hold summit on Syria next week Presidents of Turkey, Iran and Russia to meet on Syria and regional developments next week; Russia vetoes renewing UN inquiry on Syrian army chemical weapons attacks; Russia: We condemn chemical weapons use, Nov. 17, 2017…. read more
The leaders of these nations are coming together to have a talk on Syria. If nothing else this shows who is in control of Syria.
Before this meeting-
Last week, Iran finalized its takeover of Lebanon when Hariri resigned, and reportedly fled to Saudi Arabia…. read more
Iran has taken over Lebanon because the “Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri” left Lebanon and went to Saudi Arabia. Hezbollah is Iran’s proxy and “effectively controls Lebanon.“… read more
Majority of member state representatives attend emergency meeting in Cairo; Arab League condemns Iran, officially refers to Hezbollah as “terrorist organization”; Lebanon claims “Israeli aggression” and “right of the Lebanese to resist it and foil its plans by all available means”, Nov. 20, 2017.
The Arab League held an emergency meeting in Cairo Sunday, the meeting centered on Iran and its destabilization of the region and Hezbollah.
The meeting was arranged by Saudi Arabia with majority of member states sending ministers and diplomats to Cairo. Kuwait, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain endorsed and supported the meeting.
Officials focused on Iran and its proxies in the region, mainly Hezbollah, which the League officially condemned as a “terrorist organization”, as well as Houthi rebels in Yemen and Iranian forces in Syria…. read more
EIRUT – The Lebanese president appeared to defend Hezbollah as necessary to resist Israel on Monday, after an Arab League statement accused the group of terrorism and noted it is part of Lebanon’s coalition government.
“Israeli targeting still continues and it is the right of the Lebanese to resist it and foil its plans by all available means,” President Michel Aoun’s office quoted him as saying in a Tweet.
The heavily armed Shi’ite Muslim Hezbollah, formed by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, fought Israel’s occupation of Lebanon in the early 1980s and says its weapons are still needed against Israel.
Saudi Arabia, a regional rival of Iran, opposes Hezbollah’s role as a military force in Syria and has accused it of helping the Houthi group in Yemen and militants in Bahrain…. read more
Isaiah 17:1 The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.
I am watching the Middle East very closely. It appears that Saudi Arabia has no choice but war with Iran. With the fall of ISIS, the way is now clear for Iran to move its army into Syria which will threaten Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Iran is very aggressive throughout the region and the Saudis are backed into a corner.
If Iran moves it army into Syria or attacks Saudi Arabia, Israel will be forced to attack Iran which also means Hezbollah and Hamas. Israel can’t let Iran defeat Saudi Arabia. This war will drag Egypt into it.
No matter what keep you eyes fixed on the Lord Jesus coming for his bride!… read more