"The greatest danger to Israel is the strategic arc that extends from Tehran, to Damascus to Beirut," he added.
In Israel, so much of the regional picture is seen through the prism of Iran. So it's not the Arabs that most worry Israel at the moment. It's the Persian bazaar, described a long time ago by an American diplomat as a "mindset that often ignores longer-term interests in favor of immediately obtainable advantages, and countenances practices that are regarded as unethical by other norms."
Israel worries that its allies will be overly enthusiastic buyers.