Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before a press conference at the Casa Rosada presidential house in Buenos Aires on September 12, 2017. (AFP/ JUAN MABROMATA)
Times of Israel By: Raphael Ahren
Netanyahu offers few clues as to possible compensation, but says everyone wants in on Israel’s anti-terrorism know-how.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Israel could receive something from moderate Arab states in return for cooperating in anti-terror efforts, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday.
“Today there’s almost no government, in the entire world, that is not willing to cooperate with us on the matter of [fighting] terrorism; it almost doesn’t exist,” he told reporters at a briefing. “Even if their public statements may say the opposite, in fact it doesn’t really exist. It almost doesn’t exist. That’s a major change, and it shows appreciation for our capabilities.”