Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed (MbZ) is taking part with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on a mission to incite US President Donald Trump to declare war on Iran to serve their expansionist interests.
When the US announced sending an aircraft carrier and launchers to the Gulf, President Donald Trump seemed to listen to his ardent allies to strike Iran, prevent it from exporting its oil and push its system to fall.
After targeting Saudi and UAE oil vessels in the port of Fujairah last Sunday, the drums of war were beating in the Middle East, and people close to those who are enthusiastic predicted that Washington uses the situation to discipline Tehran.
Those keen to strike Iran are Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The three wish for war between America and Iran is being listened to at the White House by US national security adviser John Bolton.
Iran calls them the name of the four (B)s because their names start with the letter B: Bolton, ben Zayed, ben Salman and Benjamin Netanyahu.
Earlier, Netanyahu said that “Israel and all the countries of the region and all countries seeking peace in the world to should stand by the United States against the Iranian aggression.”
In the media, close decision-makers in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi were pleased with the movements of US forces in the region and saw it as an indicator of the imminent US war on Iran.
But the war seemed far from their hopes, as the parties on Tuesday stressed the desire to reduce tension and stressed that the fighting is not already possible.
The US president has denied a plan to send huge crowds of troops to the Gulf in anticipation of a military confrontation with Iran.
During his visit to Russia, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stressed that his country does not want war with Iran, but is pressing it to change its destructive policies, as he put it.
In an indication of the containment of the situation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that there is the hope of finding a political solution to the crisis on Iran and that Russia will help in achieving this goal.
Reuters quoted US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia John Abizaid as saying that there is a need for a thorough investigation to understand what happened in Fujairah and then Washington take a “reasonable responses short of war.”
The ambassador stressed that it is not in the interests of Iran, the United States or Saudi Arabia to explode a conflict in the Middle East.
Contrary to what Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia are hoping, Washington is more than once ready to enter into political negotiations with Iran for understanding on its nuclear program.
Last week, Trump stressed that he had no intention of harming the Iranians, saying they could call his phone number from Switzerland and contact him in time to settle disputes.
On the other side, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran was not seeking a war with the United States despite growing tensions between the two arch enemies.
The UAE regime is Israel’s ally in the face of Iran, serving its ambitions for expansion and influence in the Middle East, which explains close cooperation between the two sides at all levels, especially security and military coordination.