Is something afoot between Israel & her Sunni Arab neighbors? (If not, why are Egyptian & even Saudi leaders suddenly talking so nicely to the Jewish State?)

This is very curious to say the least. Keep in mind the UN is wanting to start up negotiations for a two state solution later in May 2016. France will be leading the charge of these “peace talks”. The Golan Heights are likely to be a key point of discussion. As a solution to the Syrian civil war, some nations want to force Israel to give the Golan Heights to Syria. Israel says it will not surrender the Golan Heights. Stay tuned, about to get interesting…

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

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Is something afoot between Israel and her Sunni Arab neighbors? Consider a curious chain of events in the region over the past month or so:

  1. On the one hand, in recent weeks, the Israelis have flatly turned down an offer by the French to attend a summit in Paris later this summer aimed at kick-starting the moribund peace talks with the Palestinians. Israeli leaders say they keep calling for direct talks with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, but Abbas keeps refusing to come to the table. Abbas says he wants an international conference because he doesn’t trust Netanyahu to operate in good faith. Abbas supports the French approach.
  2. In recent days, however, the opposition leader of the Israeli parliament — Zionist Union chief Isaac Herzog — told reporters he is actively considering joining the Netanyahu government (likely as Foreign Minister) in order to pursue a “rare” opportunity for peace with Israel’s neighbors. “I…

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