Israeli spymaster sees ‘one-time’ chance for peace with Arabs sharing Iran worries

In this Sunday, July 3, 2016. photo, Yossi Cohen, director of Mossad, Israel's state intelligence agency, attends the funeral of Miki Mark who was killed in an shooting attack in the West Bank Friday, in Jerusalem. Mark was killed by Palestinian gunman while driving his family near Hebron. His wife and two teenage daughters were wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

The chief of Israel’s Mossad spy service has said that Israel and the Arab countries have a unique opportunity to establish peace in the region. Common interest, regional tensions with Iran and open communication with the US and Russia present a once in a lifetime window of opportunity for a comprehensive peace.