The delegation of US and Israeli officials flew together on an El Al Israeli Airlines commercial jet whose special flight number was "973" -- the international dialing code of Bahrain.
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Israel and Bahrain will sign on Sunday a “joint communique on establishing peaceful and diplomatic relations” during a visit by a joint Israeli-U.S. delegation to Manama.
“This is the Kingdom’s clear stance on the Palestinian cause in the hopes of implementing the two-state solution to bolster global security and peace,” he added.
No longer covert, Israeli foreign intelligence chief visits Bahrain to discuss cooperation between the two countries
The head of the Israeli foreign intelligence service (Mossad) Yossi Cohen held talks in Bahrain with two senior security and intelligence officials, according to the official Bahrain News Agency, only a few weeks after the two countries agreed to normalize their relations.
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Bahrain’s interior ministry said on Sunday it had foiled a “terrorist attack” early this year that was backed by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Chaired by Speaker Fawzia bint Abdulla Zainal and Shura Council Chairman Ali bin Saleh Al-Saleh, the session was attended by Foreign Minister Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Alzayani and Parliament Affairs Minister Ghanim bin Fadhl Al-Bouainain.
The Kingdom of Bahrain’s minister of Foreign Affairs said the peace deal his nation signed with the State of Israel marks “a historic move towards establishing peace in the Middle East and a brave exceptional step to enhance regional security and stability, while preserving the legitimate ...
Netanyahu and King Hamad commit to establishing diplomatic relations and to seeking a ‘just, comprehensive, and enduring resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict’