Netanyahu: WikiLeaks 'Vindicates' Israel on Iran
Also Shows Arab Leaders Asked U.S. To Bomb Tehran
WND reported in September 2009 Saudi Arabia is cooperating with Israel on the Iranian nuclear issue.
One Egyptian intelligence official said Saudi Arabia had been passing intelligence information to Israel related to Iran. He affirmed a report from the Arab media, strongly denied by the Israeli government, that Saudi Arabia has granted Israel overflight permission during any attack against Iran's nuclear facilities.
The Egyptian official previously told WND that Prince Saud Al-Faisal, the Saudi foreign minister, has been involved in an intense, behind-the-scenes lobbying effort urging the U.S. and other Western countries to do everything necessary to ensure Iran does not obtain nuclear weapons. Such weapons would threaten Saudi Arabia's position of influence in the Middle East...
WikiLeaks: Israel Consulted PA Before Gaza War
WND Reported At The Time Leaders Petitioned Jewish State To Hit Hamas
WND first reported in December 2008 that Israel had consulted with the PA before the war that month, and that PA President Mahmoud Abbas had petitioned Israel to launch a massive military raid against his Hamas rivals in Gaza...
Guess Who Wants To Give Up West Bank?
WikiLeaks Documents Show This Leader Supports Further Land Swaps
JERUSALEM – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a delegation of visiting U.S. lawmakers he supports further land swaps with the Palestinians and that he does not want his country to govern the strategic West Bank, according to classified documents released by WikiLeaks and reviewed by WND.
A February 2009 diplomatic cable marked "secret" recounted a meeting between Netanyahu and a delegation led by Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-Md.
"Netanyahu expressed support for the concept of land swaps, and emphasized that he did not want to govern the West Bank and Gaza but rather to stop attacks from being launched from there," read the cable...