JERUSALEM – President Biden is set to make his first trip since taking office to an oil-rich country in Saudi Arabia in July, with some observers saying the goal is to reduce fuel prices for consumers and face Iran’s nuclear program.
Relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia have been marked by historic failure. Earlier this year, Saudi Arabia rejected Biden’s request to stand out amid rising oil prices as a result of the Russian war in Ukraine. Mohammed Khalid Alyahya, who visited the Hudson Institute in Washington D.C., noted that the first thing to do is “Build a relationship that has been more rewarding in the United States and Saudi Arabia for eighty years. As recently. Long …”
In order to get closer to Saudi Arabia, Biden had to give up his election promise to treat the kingdom as an “outcast” state after the CIA assassinated Saudi columnist Jamal Hashukaj at its consulate in Istanbul.
“There is no way that a trip to Saudi Arabia will reverse President Biden’s initial attempt to worsen bilateral relations, as well as the humiliation and rejection of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman,” said John Hannah, a former national security adviser. President Dick Cheney. Fox News Digital.
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Hannah, a senior member of the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA), said the visit was “a great curse to the government imposed on them by the $5 a gallon price of gas, runaway inflation, and an accommodative policy towards Iran, which is standing still”.
Hannah continued: “Any sign of virtue from the first months the government was in office to fulfill the president’s campaign promise to turn Saudis into outcasts could have been good for the progressive left of the Democratic Party,” but she said Biden interprets it because the progressive constituency “failed miserably when it came to serving US national interests.”
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“The relationship between Arabs and the most powerful countries in the Islamic world is so poisoned that even the President of the United States does not answer the phone in the midst of the European crisis (Ukraine War),” he said. rice field. Added. “This is the biggest challenge to a US-led international system in the last three decades,” he said.
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According to a White House statement on Tuesday, Joe Biden visited Jeda, Saudi Arabia, and said, “The UN-brokered ceasefire in Yemen has resulted in the most peaceful period in Yemen since the beginning of the war seven years ago…the regional economy. Talk about the expansion of security with promising new infrastructure and cooperation, including climate initiatives, as well as the deterrence of threats from Iran, the promotion of human rights, and the guarantee of global energy and food security.”
Critics of the Biden monarchy urged him to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for its alleged involvement in terrorism and human rights abuses, and other critics were shocked by his policy change.
Ali Al-Ahmad, director of the Persian Gulf Institute in Washington, DC, said Biden’s decision to travel to the kingdom was seen as “one of the biggest mistakes” by the president of the United States. Noting that Biden, who he called the Saudis “fairies,” is equally weak in the face of friends and foes.
Now US allies in the region are saying that perhaps we should copy what Mohammed bin Salman is doing.
“The effect of this surrender is strategic because Putin encourages Russia and Xi Jinping in China to be more aggressive with the president who has been duped by the young Mohammed bin Salman,” Al-Ahmad said.
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Also, critical of Biden’s visit are the families who lost relatives in the 9/11 terror attacks.
“We appreciate the President’s commitment to do everything he can to support the 9/11 family community, but empathy is not enough. President Biden must do what past Presidents have not, which is to demand transparency from Saudi Arabia and accountability for those who supported al-Qaeda and the hijackers who murdered our loved ones,” said Terry Strada, National Chair of 9/11 Families United.
The 9/11 Families United organization is a coalition of family members of victims and survivors of the terrorist attacks. According to 9/11 Families United, declassified U.S. intelligence showed “a document seized in the days after the 9/11 Attacks from a Saudi agent who is known to have provided substantial assistance to the hijackers, showing a drawing of a plane and formula used to calculate the rate of descent required of an aircraft to reach a target on the horizon at a given speed.”
Brian Katulis, a senior fellow and vice president of policy at the Middle East Institute in Washington told Fox News Digital “It seems that the Biden administration’s Middle East policy approach is growing up, moving from adolescence toward a more mature phase of a balanced engagement with close partners in the region.”
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U.S. excessive partisanship and cheap politics aimed at transforming bilateral relations into a faction issue in U.S. domestic politics have already undermined and established U.S. ability to do things in the Middle East. You have achieved your goal. This is a US issue. “Saudi relations, and US-Israel relations. I hope this trip will help create a new and more lasting tone.”
Regarding human rights and the assassination of Kashgeji, Katouris advised: “It is also inconsistent with its efforts in-home social reform programs.”