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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Israelis and Saudis in bed together? -- By Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times

Politics make strange bedfellows, as we all know, and sometimes it's a weird bed, indeed. You can bet that when Israel and Saudi Arabia snuggle under the covers together, it's a king-size bed, and there's an enormous bundling log between them.

The governments in both Jerusalem and Riyadh, each with a wary eye on Tehran, have separately concluded that Barack Obama and the Americans are unreliable partners in peace. These Arabs and the Jews have begun, on their own, planning a realistic response to the Iranian bomb that portends only catastrophe for everyone in the Middle East.

Once enemies, Israel's Mossad intelligence agency and the Saudi government are working on contingency plans for destroying Iran's nuclear-warfare facilities, if necessary, after the West — sans France — and Iran conclude a deal later this week in Geneva to appease the Iranian appetite.

"Both the Israeli and Saudi governments are convinced that the international talks to place limits on Tehran's military nuclear development amount to appeasement and will do little to slow the development of a nuclear warhead," The London Sunday Times reported over the weekend.

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