Will Saudi Arabia and Israel soon be allies?

Lap Lap
2 min readNov 21, 2022
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Will Saudi Arabia and Israel soon be allies?

That’s the question on many people’s minds as the two countries move closer together.

Saudi Arabia and Israel have a long history of conflict, but recent developments suggest that they may be ready to put aside their differences and work together.

There are a number of reasons why Saudi Arabia and Israel might become allies.

For one, they both share a common enemy in Iran.

Saudi Arabia and Israel are also both major oil-producing countries, and they could benefit from cooperating on issues related to energy production and distribution.

Additionally, the Trump administration has been supportive of both countries, and this could further encourage them to work together.

Of course, there are also many obstacles to Saudi Arabia and Israel forming an alliance.

The most significant obstacle is the Palestinian issue.

Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a strong supporter of the Palestinian people, and it is unlikely that they would agree to an alliance with Israel without some significant concession from Israel on this issue.

Additionally, many countries in the region would likely oppose such an alliance, and it is unclear if Saudi Arabia and Israel would be able to overcome this opposition.

Only time will tell if Saudi Arabia and Israel will become allies.

However, the signs are certainly pointing in that direction, and it is something that we should all be watching closely.



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