Other common threats include the alliance between Iran and the regime of President Bashar Assad in Syria and the spread of al-Qaida affiliates in the Mideast and Africa, Ynetnews.com reported.
An Israeli official source told Ynet some Arab states perceive U.S. foreign policy in the region as being in disarray. Some leaders see Israel as a regional stabilizer while others hope to use it as a way of influencing the U.S. government.
"Israel is a steady anchor to quite a few countries who consider it as reliable and standing behind red lines it has set," the source said.
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