MUNICH - Saudi Arabia and Israel both called on Sunday for a new push against Iran, signaling a growing alignment in their interests, while US lawmakers promised to seek new sanctions on the Shi'ite Muslim power.
Turkey also joined the de facto united front against Tehran as Saudi and Israeli ministers rejected an appeal from Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for Sunni Gulf Arab states to work with Tehran to reduce violence across the region.
While Saudi Arabia remains historically at odds with Israel, their ministers demanded at the Munich Security Conference that Tehran be punished for propping up the Syrian government, developing ballistic missiles and funding separatists in Yemen.
Sunday, February 19, 2017
AT MSC17 SAUDI ARABIA AND ISRAEL UNITE AND CALL FOR ACTION AGAINST IRAN
Meanwhile, it was the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia with assistance from Great Britain who unleashed the international cutthroat Jihadis onto Syria, with the plan to also unleash them onto Iran and Lebanon.