Netanyahu pays an official visit to Oman
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife returned Friday from an official visit to Oman at the invitation of Sultan Qaboos bin Said. He was accompanied by Mossad Director Yossi Cohen and National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabat. The visit, Netanyahu’s first since 1996, was preceded by lengthy negotiations. On his return, the prime minister said: “The visit is a significant step in implementing the policy that is designed to strengthen ties with the countries of the region while leveraging Israel’s advantages in security, technology and the economy. “
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The sooner that the Palestinian issue is dealt with so that the majority of Palestinians agree to a deal under decent and reasonable circumstances the better. Iranian “concerns” will just fall and melt away and they’ll have to come to the table for a regional truce. Then we can all get on with life. War & force never works longer term.
OMAN is one of the very few Arabian states that is in cahoots with Iran. Thus, it is very surprising that Israel risked sending such high ranking officials there.