An Arab offensive threatens Iran’s tides of terror and intolerance.
Washington Times: Arab nations have long been under pressure from the rest of the world to take a leading role in fighting acts of terror committed by Arabs. Now a Saudi-led coalition of 34 Arab and Muslim nations has been assembled to do just that, opening another key front in the war on terror.
But the Arab offensive on terror has become something else as well: Iran’s worst nightmare.
Driven by U.N. Security Council Resolution 1373, enacted in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the U.S., Arab states have taken serious measures against global ideological terror emanating from one of the world’s most prodigious state sponsors — Iran.
Even when the Obama administration showed a lack of cooperation — or interest — in the region, the Gulf Cooperation Council and Arab leaders made the right decision.