Opinion  Ronen Bergman
Oman is Israel’s link to the Middle East
Ronen Bergman
Published: 28.10.18, 23:27
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1. Oman is not Sunni nor Shia, but Ibadi, Terror Index of Zero
Steve Benassi ,   Plymouth, MN USA   (10.29.18)
Oman's strategic location on Gulf entrance, near Iran and Pakistan, makes it valuable real estate for the West.


2. they will have to lead their citizenry to reconciliation
with Israel, sooner or later. the earlier, the better.
3. weren't Israeli relations with Gulf States an open secret
Rafi ,   US   (10.29.18)
for many years? They certainly thrived openly during the Rabin premiership years in the early 1990's.

It was Netanyahu and his settlement policies that subsequently forced things underground for more than a decade.

It's only now that Israel's slowly getting back to where things were previously...
4. Send shaked in silk in a jacuzzi and ties will be formed
Tehraniporou   (10.29.18)
5. So Oman has the power to change/update the Koran& Islam.??!!
6. Oman will quake into the sea
Julius ,   Baltimore, Md   (10.29.18)
This Russian/Pole Netanyahu has to play his Gog and Magog role. Play on, play on.
7. Oman's courting of the Judeo-Nazi state is very unpopular
Khalid Amayreh ,   Occupied Jerusalem   (10.29.18)
among Arabs especially with the ongoing genocide in Gaza!
8. Normalizing Relations With Israel
Mike 71 ,   Los Angeles   (11.01.18)
Mahmoud Abbas complains that the Sultan of Oman and other Gulf State leaders will normalize relations with Israel before there is a resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. If so, there is something that he must do; he must act very quickly to normalize his own relations with Israel, before the Gulf State leadership does. Abbas should start by immediately resuming direct negotiations with Israel to reach a conclusion to the conflict. This would be a fascinating race; I would put my money on the Gulf State leadership to win, rather than the plodding tortus-like Abbas!
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