Algeria Rejects Any Normalization With Israel Under And Above The Table

date 2017/04/10 views 501 comments 1

icon-writer By: Mohamed Meslem /*/ English Version: Med.B.

Algeria is still regarded as one of the worst enemies of the Zionist state, according to the political and media discourse in this country, whose Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu argued that the Arab countries no longer consider the Hebrew state as an enemy state.

This belief was enshrined in a report worked out by the second Israeli television channel, in which it drew a map on behalf of Arab countries’ printing press with the Hebrew state, with Algeria publicly and under the table, rejecting any normalization of any kind with Israel.
The report of the Hebrew channel expose the Arab countries that pretend to be loyal to Tel Aviv, but it maintains bridges of diplomatic and reconciliation links in secret. In contrast, the report acknowledged that there is no communication between Algeria and the Zionist entity, neither in secret nor in public.
The report pointed out that only 16 countries do not have diplomatic relations with Israel and do not recognize it. Algeria is at the top of these countries, which include Afghanistan, Pakistan, Malaysia, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Libya.
"Israel is closely monitoring the development and strength of the Algerian military arsenal, which alone can form a military alliance," the report said.
There are only three countries that do not have diplomatic relations with the Jewish state. According to the report, Bhutan, which lies in the Himalayas between China and India, the Republic of Bangladesh and North Korea, 32 countries are members of the United Nations as 193 countries, worldwide don’t recognize the Zionist entity.
The report also refers to some countries which pretend not to have diplomatic relations with Tel Aviv, but in fact have invisible bridges of interest, and the reference here, according to the source, is applying  to Morocco, Tunisia, Qatar, Oman and the UAE, while countries that have direct diplomatic relations with Tel Aviv include Egypt and Jordan.
"For the first time since the establishment of Israel, the Arab states do not consider Israel as an enemy, but as an ally," Netanyahu claimed in a statement to new American President Donald Trump.
The Israeli channel spoke of other countries that were friendly to the Jewish state but later turned into a bitter enemy, such as Iran, which recognized Israel in 1950, only two years after it was established, and then became the fiercest enemy of Tel Aviv after the Khomeini revolution of 1979.
The report also spoke about countries that had relations with Israel in the 1990s, such as Niger, Mali and the Comoros, but these relations were cut off later on, a description that applies to Venezuela's relations with Israel, which were severed under late President Hugo Chavez in the aftermath of the brutal Zionist military aggression against the Gaza Strip in 2009.

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