Saudi Arabia to open its first embassy in Israel, says Saudi Arabia’s former chief spy    

The former Saudi Arabia’s head of general intelligence and Riyadh’s ambassador to the United States and the United Kingdom, Prince Turki Al Faisal Al Saud told the Egyptian al-Ahram daily that Saudi Arabia and Israel are inching closer every day to a comprehensive rapprochement. 

The former Saudi spymaster also expressed hope that Saudi Arabia can inaugurate its first embassy in Israel in the next few months. 

Earlier last week, Prince Turki shared a stage with former director of Mossad, Efraim Halevy and former US Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Michèle Flournoy during a conference in New York City, where they discussed about the future of Iran’s nuclear deal and the Syrian six-year civil war. 

“We can solve the ongoing crises in the Middle-East only when a strong cooperation between Washington, Tel Aviv and Riyadh can emerge in the highest levels. We believe that current situation is suitable for our tripartite alliance and we urge President Trump’s administration to shoulder its responsibilities in this regard,” al-Ahram quoted Prince Turki Al Faisal as saying. 

Prince Turki’s egregious participation in a symposium with high-ranking Zionist officials has sparked online backlash in Arab social websites to Saudi Arabia’s despicable cooperation with the Israeli regime. 

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