Is the old saying "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" a trustworthy statement - or to what extent is it that?

The proverb says (or perhaps just insinuates) that there can be trust and for those that you share a common enemy with. Is that quite sensible? 'Cause I believe there will be just an alliance rather than an allegiance between them. Right?!Wink

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