Israeli occupation of two Saudi islands

The Palestinias, Lebanese, Syrians and Egyptians have refused to forget the occupation of their ancestral lands by the Zionist regime. However, the Saudi ‘royals’ or the Western Zionist-occupied mainstream media have hardly ever mentioned the Jewish army’s occupation of Saudi Arabia’s Tiran and Sanafir Islands in 1967.

The two islands are located at the southern end of the Gulf of Aqaba, leading to the Red Sea.

Tiran Island, which has an area of about 80 square kilometers, is located at the inflow of the Straits of Tiran. Sanafir Island, with an area of 33 square kilometers, also lies to the east of Tiran.

The two islands were given to the former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser for logistics use in the Six Day War of 1967 against Israeli forces.

However, the islands have been occupied by Tel Aviv since Egypt’s defeat.

The Straits of Tiran, which has remained under the control of Tel Aviv, has strategic significance since it serves as Israel’s only direct access to the Red Sea.

Regional observers say while Saudi Arabia has maintained a total silence on its own Israeli-occupied islands, it vigorously pursues baseless claims by the United Arab Emirates against three tiny Iranian islands in the Persian Gulf.

It seems the Saudi ‘royals’ are quite happy with Jewish occupation of two Muslim island as small price to keep powerful western Jewish lobbying groups off their backs. After all US-Israel are helping Riyadh to keep the ‘Arab Spring’ away from the Kingdom.

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