Thousands of Hamas terrorists launched an attack on Israel just one day prior to an Israel-Saudi Arabia peace deal, leading many to wonder what may be going on behind the scenes.
The attack, beyond the capacity of Hamas alone, strongly suggested support from a nation-state, who many experts believe is Iran.
China has a notable interest in preventing the deal, as the country relies on Saudi oil and wants to establish energy security through partnerships with Iran and Russia. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)
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Iran’s intention to disrupt the signing is most likely linked to its desire to maintain regional influence.
The U.S. faces challenges in Ukraine, Israel, and potentially Taiwan, but aligning with Israel and engaging with Saudi Arabia could still offer opportunities.
Additionally, India’s support for Israel and its democratic nature make it a potential long-term partner for the U.S.
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