The law also enshrines Jerusalem as the capital and Hebrew as its state language, leaving Arabic with a mere special status.
Oman's Sultan Qaboos meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Muscat during the latter's unannounced visit to the Gulf country. (Omani Royal Palace / AFP)
For the Gulf States and the Saudis, a common threat means that Israel is becoming part of the solution instead of playing its old role as the core of the problem.
(MENAFN - Jordan Times) Despite the deep sense of pessimism in the region about a peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the Israelis a
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s trip to Oman at the end of October was a historic occasion, marking the first time an Israeli prime minister visited the Gulf state since 1996.