US President George W. Bush was wrapping up a visit to Israel on Friday before heading on to the world's biggest crude producer Saudi Arabia for talks on record oil prices that have hit Western consumers hard. In Israel Bush attended celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Jewish state, and in Saudi Arabia he was to mark the 75th anniversary of Washington's close ties with the conservative Muslim oil kingpin. Bush aides have said that, at more than 125 dollars a barrel, oil prices will top the agenda during the US president's talks with King Abdullah and other Saudi officials. But analysts said Bush's Saudi hosts were likely to raise their own concerns about Washington's failure to do more to advance the Middle East peace process, amid growing fears that the influence of Shiite Iran is soaring on the back of Arab frustration.