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Despite UAE Visit, Bennett Unlikely to Find Backers for Iran War

Just like Bennett presumably sought to persuade his host to join the military threat against Iran, Mohammed bin Zayed presumably sought to calm the flood of aggressive verbiage coming from Jerusalem

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A week before Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s plane landed in the United Arab Emirates, a historic visit occurred in Iran: Tahnoun bin Zayed, the UAE’s national security adviser, came to Tehran following a five-year rift between the two countries. “We’re on the brink of turning over a new leaf in our relations with the UAE,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said about a week before the Emirati official’s visit.

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