Who Said the Enemy of My Enemy Is My Friend?


The phrase 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend' is believed to be of Arabian origin and there is also a similar Chinese proverb.

It is unknown who used this phrase, however the idea of the quote is two parties that have a common enemy can use this as an advantage and work with one another to achieve a similar goal. There are many examples of this throughout history such as Britain and France uniting together in World War I against Germany.
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