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Whatever may be happening behind the scenes, a complex system of public signalling is under way between Saudi
Arabia and Israel. And Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's recent comments to US magazine The
Atlantic should be seen very much in this light.
Asked if he believes that the Jewish people have a right to a nation-state in at least part of their ancestral homeland, the crown
prince - in effect the day-to-day ruler of Saudi Arabia - said: "I believe that each people, anywhere, has a right to live in their
peaceful nation. I believe the Palestinians and the Israelis have the right to have their own land.
"But," he went on, "we have to have a peace agreement to assure the stability for everyone and to have normal relations."
This kind of public recognition of Israel's right to exist in an area associated with ancient Jewish history is rare from a senior
Arab leader. It is, of course, not unprecedented. Egypt and Jordan already have a kind of peace with Israel. And many might
argue that the Saudi-sponsored Arab Peace Initiative - a regional peace plan which dates back some 16 years - really
marked a turning point in the Saudi outlook. It offered a full peace to Israel providing a variety of issues were resolved: return to
pre-1967 ceasefire lines; a just resolution of the refugee problem; and a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem.
Indeed, the Arab Peace Initiative has been dusted off and discussed at various intervals over the past decade and a half, since
it probably marks the only basis for a lasting agreement that might be acceptable to the region as a whole.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed made no explicit reference to the recent violence in Gaza (maybe the interview was conducted
earlier). It was left to his father, King Salman - in a telephone call with US President Donald Trump - to reaffirm Saudi Arabia's
"steadfast position towards the Palestinian issue and the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people to an independent state with
Jerusalem as its capital". This, of course, does not necessarily discount or disavow the crown prince's comments in his
interview. And it is the prince who is driving the process of wholesale reform in his country.
Where does this leave Israel-Saudi relations?
Context, as ever, is crucial. The warming has been under way for some time. Both countries were alarmed at what their
governments saw as the Obama administration's weakness in the region in the face of a rising Iran. Both opposed the Iran
nuclear agreement - the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). And both want to see much tougher action taken against
Tehran's spreading influence, not least in Syria.
Israel in particular has not missed any opportunity to brief, nudge and hint at the growing depth of its dialogue with Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia has been much more reticent. But Prince Salman's comments together with a recent decision to allow Air India
flights to and from Tel Aviv to transit Saudi air-space are tangible signs of a shift in Saudi Arabia too.
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