As soon as the Gulf Cooperation Council blacklisted the Lebanese party of Resistance - Hezbollah - on Wednesday, Zionist mass media welcomed the resolution, considering it "critical and serious."
As soon as the Gulf Cooperation Council blacklisted the Lebanese party of Resistance - Hezbollah - on Wednesday, Zionist mass media welcomed the resolution, considering it "critical and serious," reflecting a great relief among Israelis who have been seeking to fight Hezbollah from the Arab gate.
Former Zionist foreign minister Tzipi Livni hailed the GCC resolution as "an important step, while Zionist daily Maariv stated that "blacklisting Hezbollah is an achievement that serves Israel."
Moreover, the entity's mass media correlated the GCC resolution against Hezbollah with "the ongoing coordination between Saudi Arabia Israel," which has recently emerged to public through exchanging visits between both parties.
"Arab world is approaching closer to Israel's stances, which has been revealed through the Saudi delegations' visit to Israel, as well as when Saudi Arabia decided to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist organization," the presenter of Tonight at Six talk show for Zionist Channel 1 said.
"It is very important and dramatic development," he added.
For his part, Yoval King, an expert of Arab affairs, said that "it is an important resolution," recalling that it is not the first time that Gulf states blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist group.
"They had labeled him as 'militia', and announced that violence and provocations he is carrying out in Syria, Yemen and Iraq contradicts with the moral and humanitarian values," King said.
The Saudi-Zionist coordination witnessed a major shift on the Syrian arena in the face of axis of Resistance, as Zionist sources revealed discussions took place between the armed groups operating in Syria on one hand, and Riyadh and Tel Aviv on the other, about the Syrian developments following the ongoing truce.
"Syrian opposition groups, funded by Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Israel are meeting with their sponsors and discussing with them whether they can make gains in the meantime," Shmerit Maeir, a Zionist analyst of Arab affairs, said during an interview on the Jewish Channel 2.
"Israel needs a key chair on this table whether through the American players or others, because the bases will now determine whether Hezbollah is allowed to do what the ISIL and Al-Nusra Front are banned from doing. If this really is to happen, we will be facing a major catastrophe," Maeir stressed.
The Zionist position was symmetrical to the Saudi's, as it doesn't rule out the possibility of communicating with the armed groups, like Al-Nusra Front and ISIL in order to coordinate for later steps in Syria.
The GCC, which has been committing a genocide in Yemen since March 2015, held a meeting on Monday during which it blacklisted all Hezbollah affiliated institutions.