Talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia have raised concerns in the Jerusalem Post that the article could jeopardize the "Ibrahim Accords" (agreements to normalize Arab relations with the Zionist regime).
A few days ago, it was announced that the representatives of Iran and Saudi Arabia had held the fifth round of their talks in Iraq. Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, described the talks as positive, and Axius reported that the two sides had reached an agreement during the talks.
The Jerusalem Post writes that US President Joe Biden has decided to reduce his country's presence in the Middle East (West Asia) region and has changed the geopolitical relations of the region:
The United States has been very active in the region over the past decades. Nevertheless, the presidential administration has taken many steps to show that it intends to reduce the US role in the Middle East, and this has led to a change in the geopolitical relations of the region.
The Zionist newspaper quotes experts as saying that Saudi Arabia is very worried about the US move. "They (the Saudis) see the American desire to resume the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan (CJAP) and that is why they call themselves Must be looking for other friends.
Israel is Saudi Arabia's closest friend in this regard, as the two sides have similar interests in this regard. We [Israelis] would like to see them get closer to us, but they want to look at all the options.
Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime have been cooperating secretly in various fields over the years. However, Riyadh, unlike Arab states such as the UAE and Bahrain, has not yet made public the normalization of its relations with Tel Aviv.