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    Pay attention to shifting alliances in the Middle East after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, Rosenberg warns

    “Darkness is rising. Our enemies have been emboldened. Our allies are deeply rattled by President [Joe] Biden’s abject surrender to the forces of the radical Islamists, a Taliban movement in Afghanistan – literally snatching defeat from the jaws of victory,” Joel Rosenberg said in a recent interview.
    Pay attention to shifting alliances in the Middle East after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, Rosenberg warns | All Israel News

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    After US Pullout From Afghanistan, Alliances Shift in Middle East (dailysignal.com)
    scroll down the list to Rosenberg
    Last edited by SAT; 10-01-2021, 01:51 PM.

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    “The Arab world, not entirely, but largely is fundamentally reassessing, who is my friend and who is my foe? They see Iran the way Israel sees Iran, which is, the people are great, the leadership is evil, and the leadership is trying to build nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them,” Rosenberg pointed out.

    “Like Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, MBS, told me on the record… that he regards the supreme leader of Iran as ‘The new Hitler,’” Rosenberg said. “That tells you how closely aligned Riyadh and Jerusalem see the threat. And that was echoed all throughout my conversations with these Arab leaders.”
    From the interview above
    imvho it must be remembered Hitler conquered countries and right now "unions" are the goal
    Last edited by SAT; 10-01-2021, 02:01 PM.

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      AA/Over 300 prominent Iraqis publicly call for full peace with Israel - Millennium Weekend Ministries

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        Josep Borrell: There’s A ‘Mutual Wish To Further Intensify EU-Saudi Cooperation’ – Interview

        In a blog post on Thursday, Borrell described his visit to Riyadh, with stops in Doha and Abu Dhabi, as an opportunity to explore the response to “significant political change” in “a dynamic region” and “develop new forms of cooperation” between the EU and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
        Josep Borrell: There’s A ‘Mutual Wish To Further Intensify EU-Saudi Cooperation’ – Interview – Eurasia Review

        European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said during a visit to Saudi Arabia on Sunday that he had briefed his partners about the prospects of restarting nuclear talks with Iran and hoped that would happen "soon".


        EU discussed nuclear talks, Afghanistan with Saudi Arabia - The Jerusalem post (jpost.com)

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          Saudi textbooks show dramatic improvement in depictions of Jews

          Saudi Arabian textbooks showed significant improvement in 2021 in their treatment of non-Muslims and of violence in the name of Islam, according to a study by an Israel-based research organization.

          The removal of explicitly antisemitic and anti-Christian material is part of a trend of moderation in Saudi schools, said the IMPACT-se report titled “A Further Step Forward: Review of Changes and Remaining Problematic Content in Saudi Textbooks 2021–22,” released in late September.

          “The greatest changes have been made to lessons dealing with Jews, Christians, non-believers, and violent jihad; twenty-eight lessons featuring demonization of the other and religious intolerance were removed or heavily modified,” read the report. “An entire textbook unit on jihad was scrapped. While problematic material remains in Saudi textbooks, these represent profound changes in these categories.”
          Saudi textbooks show dramatic improvement in depictions of Jews -- study | The Times of Israel

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            EU releases first-ever strategy to fight antisemitism, promote Jewish life

            The 26-page program has three central goals — preventing antisemitism in all its forms, protecting and fostering Jewish life, and promoting Holocaust research, education, and remembrance.

            “We want to see Jewish life thriving again in the heart of our communities,” said European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. “This is how it should be. The strategy we are presenting today is a step change in how we respond to antisemitism. Europe can only prosper when its Jewish communities feel safe and prosper.”
            EU releases first-ever strategy to fight antisemitism, promote Jewish life | The Times of Israel

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              This is excellent SAT. Thank you!

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                There was one hmm in article from post 9 GH
                The “EU Strategy on Combating Antisemitism and Fostering Jewish Life (2021-2030)” proposed a number of concrete measures.
                2030 ... again

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                  Lapid: Abraham Accords countries helping Israel forge more ties

                  Lapid said the US, as well as Bahrain, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates are helping Israel in those efforts.
                  Yair Lapid: Abraham Accords countries helping Israel forge more ties - The Jerusalem Post (jpost.com)

                  As alliances shift in the Middle East, Christians and Israel are increasingly less portrayed as enemies

                  As alliances shift in the Middle East, Christians and Israel are increasingly less portrayed as enemies - All Arab News
                  Last edited by SAT; 10-05-2021, 05:35 PM.

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                    Senior diplomat hints Oman a top contender to normalize ties with Israel next

                    “We’re speaking basically to all countries in the region, in the Middle East and North Africa… They each have to decide when will be the right time for them and how to go about it. We’re speaking to all of them, Oman as well…we have ongoing cooperation,” Eliav Benjamin, head of the ministry’s Middle East and Peace Process Division, says in a briefing with international media.
                    Senior diplomat hints Oman a top contender to normalize ties with Israel next | The Times of Israel

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                      'Peace with more Arab nations not a question of if, but when'


                      "The Emiratis say to me: 'We are sister religions, and it's a shame that more than 70 years passed before the possibility opened for us to create this connection,'" says Rabbi Dr. Elie Abadie of the Jewish community in the UAE.


                      'Peace with more Arab nations not a question of if, but when' - www.israelhayom.com

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                        From Western Wall to Old City alleys, curious Israelis embrace Bahraini visitors

                        A man pulled up a plastic chair only feet away from the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City on Wednesday and sat himself down in the midday sun. Like the hundreds of Jews around him, he closed his eyes and began praying.

                        But unlike the ultra-Orthodox Jewish men on either side of him, dressed in black suits and white shirts, the man was decked out in an immaculate white robe down to his sandals and a red-and-white keffiyeh around his head and shoulders
                        From Western Wall to Old City alleys, curious Israelis embrace Bahraini visitors | The Times of Israel

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                          Pro-Iran groups are biggest losers in Iraq election, partial results show

                          An alliance of Iraqi candidates representing Shiite militias supported by neighboring Iran has emerged as the biggest loser in the country’s national elections, according to partial results released Monday.
                          Pro-Iran groups are biggest losers in Iraq election, partial results show | The Times of Israel

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                            In the category of "A picture is worth a thousand words"



                            pictures of bahrain at the western wall - Google Search
                            Last edited by SAT; 10-11-2021, 08:31 PM.

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                              This article makes you think about a whole lot of possibilities that could happen in the next year, before 2023

                              Turkish opposition deepens cooperation, heaping pressure on Erdogan
                              Six Turkish opposition parties are stepping up collaboration in their bid to unseat Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his AK Party in the 2023 elections, raising pressure on the president as opinion polls point to dwindling support for his ruling alliance.
                              Turkish opposition deepens cooperation, heaping pressure on Erdogan - www.israelhayom.com

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