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‘Israel’ Developing Contacts with Arab Countries – Netanyahu
By Staff, Agencies
Zionist Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu boasted of the occupation entity’s developing ties and contacts with Arab and Muslim countries.
Netanyahu’s remarks came on Sunday evening during an address at the opening session of the 46th Annual Leadership Mission of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, held at the Inbal hotel in Jerusalem.
"I've been developing contacts with the Arab countries and Muslim countries, and I can tell you there's scarcely one, two, three Muslim or Arab countries around the world that we don't have deepened ties with. Sometimes it comes out in the open,” Netanyahu added as he boasted warming ties with those countries.
He further recalled his “very moving visit to Oman last year,” in addition to “a very moving visit with the president of Sudan two weeks ago.”
Relatively, the first ‘Israeli’ airplane passed two days ago over the skies of Sudan.
“This is quite a change,” Netanyahu said, adding that flights “can now fly directly over Sudan right to Brazil, Argentina, and they can stop on the way in another country, Chad, which also resumed relations with us recently.”
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