The cats are out of the bag.
The talk of a Saudi -"Israeli" alliance is no more a secret.
"Israeli" Ynet daily reported that a new kind of ‘peace' is taking shape before our eyes. It's no longer cold, indifferent and hostile one, but "peace" hiding in the highest places of the government echelons.
"Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announces at his own initiative that he talks to Netanyahu, and Bibi makes a comment about "an interesting conversation with the Egyptian president."
It further mentioned "As for the angry king of Jordan, the street no longer has to launch protests against signs pointing to normal relations. Everything is concealed, and "Israel" is drifting away."
"Now, a third partner is entering the picture. The young crown prince from Saudi Arabia, who is imposing a new political, economic and maybe even social order. As far as he's concerned, the sky's the limit. Who should we believe: Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz, who is scattering statements about covert contacts and cooperation, or Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, who is firmly denying this, and insisting that such things never happened?"
Meanwhile, "There are too many signs stacking up on the ground that there is, in fact, a dialogue going on at a high rank."
"The test will take place soon: will the Saudis issue entry visas for the "Israeli" chess team, and how will be greeted, if at all? The new peace draws the boundaries of the "good guys" camp versus the "bad guys" camp in our neighborhood, between the moderate Sunni-Muslim axis and the evil Shiite axis, as Iran has already succeeded in settling in four capitals: Baghdad, Damascus, Sanaa and Beirut. The Revolutionary Guards are not on an annual field trip; they have come to gain strongholds."
"Together, the new peace partners are learning to assess the dimensions of the next conflict. We should take note of the warnings from one side (Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah) and the "all clear" signals from our side. No one is planning to initiate an adventure in Lebanon against the Iranians and Hezbollah's missile arsenal. No one in Riyadh, Cairo and Amman will assume responsibility for taking the first step against Iran, when no one knows where and how it will end. And peace? It will remain in its new, covert place, moving away from the civil level, because the leaders are busy."
Source: Ynet, Edited by website team