Israel Launching Regional Security Pact
By Micah Halpern
Monday March 1, 2021
Israel has launched an effort to create a regional defense pact.
The idea is to come to strategic agreements with numerous countries in the region, bonding together as a group, enabling group members to better protect themselves from aggressive outliers.
This defense pact will function similarly to NATO. If one country is attacked it is, by treaty, seen as an attack on all member nations.
The plan was reported by KAN, a Hebrew language radio network in Israel. It credited Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi with the idea for the plan and the follow through.
So far, the players joining Israel are UAE and Bahrain. I predict that both Egypt and Jordan will follow suit.
The outliers that will be isolated in this defense pact are Iran and Syria.
This could be a very useful – and intimidating, defense tool.
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