This time around, it seems Israel os absolutely on the winning side. Or, perhaps more cautiously, on the side of the few who are not embarrassed by the tsunami of leaks, specially in the Middle East. However, the revelations and the fact they happened will shift relationships somewhat, move them , and require time to readequate and for the dust to settle down. Whether that outcome is beneficial to Israel remains to be seen. What will the official Saudi discourse be from now on? Will it come out of the closet regarding its true stance vis a vis Iran, or will it try to mend relations with its shiite rival? Same with Egypt, Jordan, UAE, Bahrein, etc. What will the USA do now? Wikileaks entered post-modern history for better or for worse.
U.S. says it killed 10 AQAP Islamist militants in four air strikes in Yemen since April 23 (Reuters)
from the article: WikiLeaks fiasco doesn't embarrass Israel one bit