In another report criticizing Netanyahu, Channel 12 journalist Aviv Bochinsky asks: “Do you know what is causing the anger?” The credit is what causes the anger. I have heard the US President, Donald Trump, twice (!) Thanking his aides who made peace. Then Netanyahu went up and thanked those who had made peace. Not for his Israeli aides, but for those American aides … You want help? For example, Bruce Kashdan, who was appointed by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs as ambassador to the Gulf in order to present Israeli interests there, and to open representations immediately after the signing of the Oslo Agreement, has been working on making this peace for thirty years. I do not know if Kashdan was invited to the ceremony announcing the signing of the agreement ».
This talk intersects with what was said by the security and intelligence affairs analyst at Haaretz newspaper, Yossi Melman, who criticized Netanyahu in a report dated 8/17/2020, and touched on the important role of Kashdan in normalization and his close relationship with the Gulf rulers, saying that “when the Mossad fighters were poisoned Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh, the prominent leader of Hamas, in 2010, the envoy of the foreign minister, Bruce Kashdan, was also present there. The head of the Mossad at that time, Meir Dagan, did not bother to inform him in advance of the assassination, which he knew from foreign reports. Days later, he told Mohammed bin Zayed, like Shadhan, that he knew that he had not participated in the operation or had been informed of it.
This is only one of the examples indicating the depth of trust that, according to Melman, “has been built in the past twenty-five years between two Kashdans, who work on a private contract and whose official title is (the Chancellor), and the rulers of the Gulf Emirates.” He adds, “Kashdan is a humble person who does not seek propaganda and works under the radar … There are those who take advantage of that, such as the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and do not take him with him on travel and meetings. While he will be replaced by the head of the Mossad, Yossi Cohen, and, to a lesser extent, the head of the National Security Council (the National Security Council), Meir Bin Shabat.
But Kashdan, whose name appeared recently, has an outdated role that dates back to the period in which the “Oslo Accords” was signed. On March 1, 2002, the Israeli journalist, Ben Caspet, wrote a series of press reports under the title: “You Don’t Understand the Reality of the Situation | Security Minister (Binyamin Ben Elazar) to Prime Minister (Ariel Sharon): You are making a big mistake. ” In this group, Ben Caspet reviewed a number of meetings between Muhammad Dahlan, Muhammad Rashid, Minister of Security Elazar, and other Israeli officials, which were held at the Sheraton Tower Hotel in the settlement of Ramat Gan. Ben Caspit explains how the two Muhammads (Dahlan and Rashid) secretly arrived, and how they entered the hotel through the service elevator, not the visitors’ elevator. The aim of this meeting was to reach a formula whereby Israel eases the siege on “Abu Ammar”, and in return the latter would arrest the resistance fighters who assassinated the Israeli Minister of Tourism, Rehavam Zeevi, in the Regency Hotel in occupied Jerusalem.
In conclusion, the Israeli community was concerned, and wanted at any cost to stop the guerrilla operations in the occupied territories. As for the two Muhammads (Dahlan and Rashid), they were, according to Bin Caspet’s description, “disappointed and tired.” However, this formula did not satisfy Sharon, which prompted Israel to search for another way out. What does all this have to do with “our friend” Bruce? In a second report on the same page, under the subtitle “The Saudis Have Made a Breakthrough,” Ben Caspit talks about that in recent months, the Americans have exerted severe pressure on the Saudis in the wake of the bombing of the twin towers in New York, especially as it turned out that the largest number of those who carried out the operation were from Saudis. Among those pressures, the Americans demanded the democratization of government, change of educational curricula, and an end to incitement. The actual translation of these pressures was the normalization of relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel. On the one hand, the former would not find any embarrassment in that, while the second would have used this normalization to show itself in a position of openness to peace, especially since the Americans criticized, for the first time, the siege that Israel practiced on Arafat. But Sharon was also not encouraged by the right’s rejection of the idea. And here came the turn of Bruce Cashdan, who was requested by the Israeli Foreign Minister, Shimon Peres, in the same week. In this context, Ben Caspit refers to the role of Kashdan, “a man of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who moves in complete secrecy and has been working for years in the Gulf Emirates, and knows Saudi officials very well.”
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