ARE YOU SITTING DOWN? Editor-in-Chief of major Arabic news outlet, ‘Al-Arabiya,’ is demanding that Obama listen to Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

israelsaudiIn a stunning op-ed by the editor-in-chief of a fiercely anti-Israel paper, Faisal Abbas admits Netanyahu is right, Iran must be dealt with (Maybe Obama does deserve his Nobel Prize. Who would have thought Israel would ever be allied with Egypt, Jordan, UAE, and Saudi Arabia in a war against Muslims?)


INN  Al-Arabiya‘s English edition editor-in-chief Faisal J. Abbas wrote a surprising op-ed on Tuesday, calling on US President Barack Obama to listen to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu after the latter addressed Congress on the dangers of an Iran nuclear deal being formulated.

Abbas, whose paper is openly anti-Israel and Saudi-owned, began by scornfully conceding “it is extremely rare for any reasonable person to ever agree with anything Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says or does. However, one must admit, Bibi did get it right, at least when it came to dealing with Iran.”


The editor backed Netanyahu’s recent comment that Middle Eastern countries are collapsing creating a void being filled by “terror organizations, mostly backed by Iran,” in an op-ed following an article by a Saudi columnist similarly supporting Netanyahu’s appraisal.

Despite this being perhaps the only thing that brings together Arabs and Israelis, the only stakeholder that seems not to realize the danger of the situation is Barack Hussein Obama, who is now infamous for being the latest pen-pal of the Supreme Leader of the World’s biggest terrorist regime: Ayottallah Ali Khamenei,” Abbas wrote.



He opined “the real Iranian threat is not JUST the regime’s nuclear ambitions, but its expansionist approach and state-sponsored terrorism activities which are still ongoing.”

“Not only is Iran responsible for sponsoring Shiite terrorist groups, but Sunni ones too,” he added. “In fact, according to the U.S.’s own State Department, Tehran was home to a number of Al-Qaeda facilitators and high ranking financiers.