Netanyahu: Arab countries view Israel as an ally, not an enemy
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says rise of radical Islam has brought Israel closer to Arab states in region • “Advancement of relations with the Arab world could help to promote a sober and stable peace between us and the Palestinians,” PM says.
“Countries in the region understand that due to the rise of radical Islam, whether it be the Shiite Islamic extremism of Iran or the Sunni Islamic extremism of the Islamic State group, Israel is not an enemy, but rather an ally … against this common threat that endangers us all,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday at a National Security College graduation ceremony in Glilot, just north of Tel Aviv.
The prime minister further noted, “I think this has another advantage. We have always said that the moment we solve or make progress or have a breakthrough
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