Netanyahu: Israel-Saudi Normalization Could End Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

(Jewish Insider) Melissa Weiss - Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was charged by Israel's President with forming the next government after the Nov. 1 Knesset elections, predicted in a new interview that Israel and Saudi Arabia reaching a formal peace agreement would "effectively end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." "Understand that the Abraham Accords, the peace treaties that Israel had with four Arab states: the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco - that didn't happen without Saudi approval....And I assure you, [Riyadh] wasn't negative about it." Normalization with Saudi Arabia would "open up all sorts of possibilities...connecting the Saudi rail system," giving Saudis "direct accessibility to Israeli innovation and technology."

2022-11-17 00:00:00

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