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Trump is responsible for the weakening of the anti-Iranian coalition (Haaretz)

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — “All the regional leaders who supported Trump in his radical policy against Iran are now busy with their own problems and are wary of the US president’s commitment to his strategy against Tehran,” Haaretz writes.

The Israeli daily Haaretz has published an article signed by Amos Harel who believes that President Donald Trump is “partly responsible” if the so-called anti-Iranian alliance has obviously weakened both regionally and internationally.

The author of the article believes that “the Saudis too may not want to risk a conflict with Tehran” when they see very clearly the reservations of Donald Trump regarding a frontal military confrontation with Iran.

Amos Harel adds that in recent months some discomfort has settled in the relations of the Arab states of the southern Persian Gulf with Washington.

“At the beginning of August, the United Arab Emirates gave up its commitment to the Saudi war against Yemen, and in mid-September Saudi Arabia suffered the worst attack on its oil installations,” writes Harel. trying to suggest any Iranian involvement in this matter.

Moreover, the author believes that “Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi faces a new wave of protests against the economic crisis and the repression of opponents … At the same time, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is facing serious difficulties after the parliamentary elections last Tuesday.”

Amos Harel stresses: “The bottom line is that all the regional leaders who supported Trump in his radical policy against Iran are now busy with their own problems and are wary of the US president’s commitment to his strategy. against Tehran.”

According to the author of the article, Trump fears that another war that would affect the oil markets, jeopardizes his chances of reelection in a little over a year.

Amos Harel concludes: “Washington’s policy vis-à-vis Iran seems to be stalled for the moment and US allies in the Middle East have their doubts.”

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