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Are you surprised? I am not

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Submitted by Nissim Avraham (Canada), Jul 21, 2006 at 09:06

Hi Daniel

Why would you be surprised to see Saudi Arabia and Egypt siding with Israel? Do you think that Iran is the worst enemy of Israel? Iran's rise in the Middle East conflict is the largest threat to the security of Saudi Arabia or the false hegemony of Egypt in our region. It's out of fear that they are pointing at Syria and Iran as the reason for the instability in the Middle East.

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