OUTRAGEOUS REPORT: US Seeks Israel’s Silence On Iran Deal In Exchange For Saudi Peace Deal

FILE - In this photo released by the Saudi Royal Palace, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, right, welcomes U.S. President Joe Biden to Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, July 15, 2022. (Bandar Aljaloud/Saudi Royal Palace via AP, File)

The Biden administration wants to buy Israel’s silence about a renewed Iran nuclear deal in exchange for brokering a Saudi-Israel normalization deal, Yisrael Hayom reported on Thursday.

Israel’s Strategic Affairs Minister Ron Dermer and National Security Adviser Tzachi Hanegbi flew to Washington on Wednesday for talks with Biden administration officials about both the possibility of a renewed nuclear deal with Iran and a Saudi-Israel deal.

The report quoted former political officials as saying that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would be interested in such a deal as he has expressed strong interest in the past in achieving a peace deal with Saudi Arabia. However, a source from the Prime Minister’s Office denied it, telling Yisrael Hayom: “Israel has not changed its position. Israel is working in every possible way, via all channels and levels, to oppose any attempt to allow Iran to reach nuclear capabilities and weapons.”

On the other hand, according to what Danny Citrinowicz, a Research Fellow in the Iran Program at the Institute for National Security Studies, told Yisrael Hayom, there’s not much Israel could do to stop the Biden administration, which has proven to be obsessed with the charade of ‘diplomacy’ with the Islamic Republic,  from reaching a deal with Iran.

As YWN reported on Wednesday, the Biden administration is currently holding talks with Iran on a possible nuclear deal via Oman.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)


  1. It actually makes much more sense than you think.
    Many experts, including the BESA Center, think that the threat of a nuclear Iran is the only thing that could interest the Saudis in peace with Israel. Bibi has alluded to this in his Jordan Peterson interview.
    It’s not as ‘outrageous’ as it seems.

  2. Mr. Obama must be running the Biden administration through the guise of Mr. Biden.

    Mr. Obama will do anything to secure his administration’s legacy of the Iran Deal even if it comes at the cost of the existence of Israel because he really doesn’t have any other legacy to leave other than the Iran Deal.

  3. Obama has actually been out of the loop on virtually all matters since Biden moved into the WH. Obama noted that he and Biden have spoken rarely and their conversation over the weekend about the debt limit deal was their first conversation in several months and his last visit was nearly a year ago for the unveiling of their portraits.
    For good or bad, Biden, Sullivan and Blinken are charting their own course on Iran and everything else.

  4. Calling it outrageous is outrageous. Is Israel entitled to anything from the US? Each country will do what is in their best interest. Israel wants to continue to rely on the US? Then it will have to decide what is in its best interest. Outrageous.

  5. Iran deal means us cheaper gas more friends better economy but a Saudi deal means a vacation place not peace with Islam or Arabs saying that is like saying that the Russians like Putin

  6. They don’t want cheaper gas.

    They want passive, compliant Jews. More askanim signing up to endorse their “anti-semitism plan” would help.

  7. This why Hashem had Trump lose and then win again 4 years later, to anull the Obama damage, and then again to annul the Biden damage