TEHRAN (Iran News) – Zionists Wary of Tehran-Riyadh Ties . In recent days most of media outlets in their reports claim that the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia are set to restore ties and this has turned to a nightmare for the Zionist regime and it is trying to some extent stop restoration of good ties between two important Muslim countries.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Sunday called for unity among Muslims saying it is a matter of principle and a clear religious duty, commanded by the Holy Quran. But everybody knows this fact that unity among the Muslim countries is not what the Zionist regime and its Western supporters want because a united Muslim world will be tough to be beaten and it can dominate the world in any fields.
So one can see this concern and embarrassment in the face and behaviors of the Zionists and their officials once in a while try to threaten Iran or other countries which are against the unity through resorting to any vicious plot.
Recently an Israeli newspaper apparently in an article revealed the concern in the Zionists’ camp over thawing of the relations between Tehran and Riyadh. Israeli newspaper Haaretz in its article wrote, “
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian returned from his visit to Syria, Egypt and Russia with good news: Talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran had gone “a good distance,” he said. Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh was more generous with details, saying the talks had proceeded “without interruption” and had focused on ties between Iran and countries in the region, mainly the Persian Gulf States. The war in Yemen was also discussed.”
“Riyadh and Tehran have already signed a number of agreements, Khatibzadeh said. According to diplomatic sources who spoke with Arab journalists, consulates are expected to open in the two countries soon. A full normalization agreement is expected within weeks, with embassy openings to follow,” the daily added..
“If the negotiations between the House of Saud and the Islamic Republic of Iran do result in an agreement and normalization, this will be the final chapter of the anti-Iranian coalition. Israel relied heavily on this coalition, of which it considered itself an unofficial member, to the point where the common denominator between Israel and Saudi Arabia led to hope of a renewal of Saudi ties with Israel,” the daily reiterated.
Saudi-Iran ties might remove the obstacles to a direct channel between all Arab states and Iran. Evidence of this can already be seen in statements by Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, who in a phone call with his Iranian counterpart last week said: “Good relations with Iran are an important interest of Jordan’s,” Haaretz added.
The Israeli newspaper added, “The renewal of close ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia is ostensibly a major blow to Israel. Not only is there a fundamental disagreement between Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Biden regarding Iran’s nuclear program and the deal Washington seeks, but the bubble of the Arab anti-Iranian coalition – one that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inflated with hot air – is about to burst. Saudi planes would not have joined a coordinated assault on Iran with Israel without U.S. approval, and even during the Trump administration the U.S. made clear that it was headed for diplomacy, not war.”
This Zionist paper went on to say, “The UAE signed cooperation agreements with Iran two years ago, which did not prevent it from signing a peace agreement with Israel. Qatar is a veteran business partner of Iran. Other members of the coalition, such as Egypt and Jordan, are mainly onlookers. The Arab states, especially Saudi Arabia, that sought to heighten their status in Washington by marketing their common struggle with Iran, could in Trump’s day rely on Israel’s lobbying, albeit not very successful. Now they realize the battle against Iran is no longer a valuable commodity and Israel is a go-between that charges commission but doesn’t deliver the goods.”
So with this confession one can realize that the Zionists and the West are the main losers of unity among Muslim states and governments in those countries should settle their differences and make friend and to become a united fist to punch on the face of any ill-wisher.
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in his Sunday speeches slammed the move by certain regional governments to normalize ties with the Israeli regime as “a great sin and mistake”. “These governments should reverse the move, which goes against Islamic unity and should make up for their great mistake,” Ayatollah Khamenei noted.
The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Supreme Leader has always called for unity among Muslims because it is well ware that the Zionist can catch the fish from the muddy water and they are after creating rift among Muslims.
So it is wise Saudi Arabians to restore ties with Iran and to continue friendship because this move can strengthen them and Muslim world and will reinforce the Muslims’ position in the world. It seems Saudi officials are gradually realizing that it is useless to rely on the other countries than the regional states and work with them for prosperity and a better future for the world of Islam which is in dire need of unity while the Zionists are working hard to hinder it through some of their lackeys in some states.
Muslims will unite soon it may take time but it will happen despite the plots of the Zionists.