If Qatar normalizes ties with Israel, following the UAE and Bahrain, in addition to the anticipated deal with Sudan, then the region will be facing a genuine breakthrough given Doha’s strong ties with “Hamas” and the “Muslim Brotherhood,” Israel’s Channel 13 reported, citing Israeli officials.
Israel also said Friday it will not oppose the US sale of “certain weapon systems” to the UAE following an agreement with Washington to upgrade its capabilities to preserve its military edge in the Middle East.
Remarkably, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz and US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper signed a deal that ensures Israel’s qualitative military edge (QME) in the region.
The deal signed between Jerusalem and Washington will enable long-term procurement plans that will provide Israel with advanced weapons systems, “significantly upgrade its military capabilities, fortify Israel’s security and regional military superiority and preserve its qualitative military edge in the coming decades.”
Also, Alon Ben David from Maariv newspaper said that Tel Aviv is working on making a diplomatic breakthrough with Qatar. If this endeavor succeeded then the Middle East will be introduced to a big change, he noted.
Israel looks forward to a bigger Qatari role in the Gaza Strip where Hamas lays hands.
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