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Saudis to Obama: We Will Not Tolerate a Nuclear Iran

The Saudis are signaling that they will unleash a pre-emptive war in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia has spent billions in arms and training its forces.

Saudi Arabia has spent billions in arms and training its forces.
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Originally published at The American Thinker.

Individuals who have even visited Israel, or who observe Judaism, or who carry a Bible are banned from Saudi Arabia.  Yet Saudi Arabia’s Israel-hating King Abdullah just flew in an Israeli scientist to have dinner with him, to enjoy some royal hospitality, accept a medal and the $200,000 “Arab Nobel Prize.”  It’s a not-so-subtle message to President Obama: the unthinkable can happen, so don’t assume the Saudis won’t join with Israel to bomb Iran.

Obama’s new Iran policy moves the Mid-East closer to war over oil and religion — Sunni Saudis versus Shia Iranians.  There is no more strategic commodity than Gulf oil to the entire world economy.  American national security stakes could not be higher.   Iran’s end game, some say more than an attack on Israel, is to seize the Saudi oil fields.  There is a Shiite majority in the oil province that the Saudi Princes fear could be turned by Iran.  The Saudis no longer see the U.S. as an ally in stabilizing the Middle East.  We have become a force for chaos. The UK Telegraph:

Chris Skrebowski, editor of Petroleum Review, said the great unknown is how Saudi Arabia will react to a move deemed treachery in Riyadh… The great question is whether they can live with this deal, or whether it is intolerable,” he said.

Mr Skrebowski said the Middle East is a tinder box, in the grip of a Sunni-Shia civil war comparable in ideological ferocity to the clash between Catholics and Protestants in early 17th Century Europe. Saudi Arabia has already shown how far it will go to protect its interests, helping to overthrow Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.

The Saudis are signaling that they will unleash a pre-emptive war in the Middle East in response to Obama’s nuclear capitulation to Iran.  These signals are an effort to change Obama’s decision to prop up the mullahs and green light their nuclear program.  Can the Saudi threats become real?  It’s a wild card our President is willing to play.

The Saudis are allowing leaks on a deal to get nuclear weapons from Pakistan. Larry Bell in Forbes:

Pakistan is rumored to have recently delivered Shaheen mobile ballistic missiles (a version of the U.S. two-stage Pershing I, with a range of more than 450 miles) to Saudi Arabia, minus warheads. Mark Urban, the diplomatic and defense editor of BBC’s “Newsnight”, told a senior NATO decision maker earlier this year that “Nuclear weapons made in Pakistan on behalf of Saudi Arabia are now sitting ready for delivery.”

The Saudis are not so secretly negotiating with the Israelis.  This goes beyond allowing the use of Saudi air space, to active support in a bombing raid on Iran. Bell again:

A diplomatic contact told the London Sunday Times that “The Saudis are furious and are willing to give Israel all the help it needs” to counter the unresolved nuclear threat, noting that their relations with the U.S. had been breached by Obama’s overtures to Iran.

This new cooperation represents a major policy realignment given the fact that satellite images show a new Saudi CSS-2 missile base capable of deploying A-bombs with launch rails pointing towards both Iran and Israel. According to the Times, Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency and Sunni royal rulers of Saudi Arabia are even developing joint contingency plans for a possible attack on Tehran’s nuclear program.

There is also talk by the Saudis of using oil prices to punish America for Obama’s betrayal.

Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the UK …Ambassador Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, who was speaking to the British Times, called the Obama administration’s “rush” to embrace Tehran “incomprehensible.”

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17 Responses to “Saudis to Obama: We Will Not Tolerate a Nuclear Iran”

  1. Allen Miller says:

    That would be something! Saudi Arabia and Israel becoming Allies! I like that!!!

  2. Larry Rosen says:

    Obama seems OK with Iran nukes, but the Saudis not… hum…

  3. JoAnn Morris says:

    Saudi’s know something Obama doesn’t?? Hum…

  4. Maria Dale says:

    HA HA HA!! THATS FUNNY!

  5. Allen, I doubt the word allies should be used by either party. Mutual but separate interest –at least on the cameras.

  6. Thomas Oja says:

    “The enemy of my enemy” in operation.

  7. Eduardo Mazo says:

    long live the King of Saudi we support your denounce to Iran.

  8. It is more important how the neighbors of Iran feel– israel and saudi arabia in terms of their safety –than what Obama feels or thinks

  9. Saudi’s Know Barry Is A Muslim Nazi !

  10. Problem Saudis don’t have the nads to do anything about it..

  11. Saudi’s king worship to G-d of Abraham, respect to him!

  12. I told ya Jim Ezekiel 37 38 I wasn’t making that up

  13. No man can go against the G-D of Abraham, is sac, and Jacob nor his people Israel and survive not even America

  14. Terry Beals says:

    We see the old saying come true that if my enemy and I have the same enemy, we are friends. Much like the US and Russia during W W 2.

  15. An enemy of my enemy is my friend.

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