The French "Intelligence Online" site said that the CIA, with the election of Joe Biden, found itself on the same wave with the White House for the first time in four years.

He pointed to a report prepared by the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee that identifies sources of concern that will require the special attention of the "CIA" around the world.

In the Middle East, the report indicates that Saudi Arabia was mentioned 33 times in the 157-page report, while the UAE was mentioned 18 times, Iran 4 times, and Qatar one time.

The report pointed out that the cases of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Saad Al-Jabri led to a consensus between the White House, the "CIA" and Congress, despite the Republicans' control, on concern about Saudi Arabia, indicating that the kingdom poses a threat to US national security

Because of the oil wars it started.

It reveals that Congress wants the intelligence to focus more on the Saudi oil sector, and the kingdom's nuclear plans, and proposes to stop its intelligence support in Yemen.

On the other hand, the report states that lawmakers are asking intelligence to shed light on the military cooperation between the UAE and China, as well as what Abu Dhabi’s relations with Russia are, explaining that Mohammed bin Zayed, who was previously seen as a regional leader, found himself under fire because of his wars in Libya, Ethiopia and elsewhere, according to the report.