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Saudis Might Support Israeli Strike on Iran


The US earlier had proposed a limited no-fly zone in Syria to enable rebels to train and receive arms in Jordan without aerial interference by Assad

The US earlier had proposed a limited no-fly zone in Syria to enable rebels to train and receive arms in Jordan without aerial interference by Assad

Forbes’ Peter Cohan cites a weapons dealer who thinks that this June Israel will be using a Saudi air base for an attack on Iran’s nuclear site.

Why would Saudi Arabia support Israel instead of attacking it? Cohan asks and answers – Because Saudi Arabia is dominated by Sunnis, while Iran’s ayatollahs are the Sunni’s sworn enemies – the Shi’ites. His source believes that Saudi Arabia’s rage against the Shi’ites exceeds its dislike of its Jewish neighbors.

He may be exaggerating about Saudi rage, but he’s on the money about Saudi fears. If you think Israel is concerned about the Iranian bomb, wait until you listen to the Gulf states’ view on the notion that a nuclear Iran will be dominating their region.

Cohan’s source also says Israel is planning to occupy southern Lebanon again, concurrent with its attack on Iran, in order to take control of the millions of missiles that Iran has stationed there.

And the U.S. will not be an innocent bystander, Cohan completes his doomsday-in-June prediction. His source believes that U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan to support the Israeli attack on Iran.

So, do your shopping early, pick up that book you’ve been meaning to finish, be extra nice to your spouse and kids – because, come June, life as we know it might get way complicated.

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4 Responses to “Saudis Might Support Israeli Strike on Iran”

  1. Hanna says:

    I teach English as a Second Language, preparing foreign students to learn in American universities. Many of my students are Saudis. At first I was afraid to tell them I was Jewish, but after a few months I felt I needed to be open. They have all been fine with it, and they have told me that they are taught to be tolerant of differences. I’ve had serious problems with Muslim students from some other countries, but not with the Saudis. This says nothing about the nation as a whole, but it does say something about the young, emerging professional class.

  2. Paul McGowan says:

    I am concerned with the saudi’s supporting Israel’s with the use of their air bases.

  3. Michael Kerjman says:

    This story is a good sci-fi of America moving troopers from Afghanistan into Iran to assist US citizens locally in their reviving activities after Israel demolishing the local nuke facilities with unpredictable results caused by Saudi professionals having unknowingly for the IDF replaced regular ammunitions for a nuke stuff while preparing this operation.

    I refuse even trying to believe in such an international cooperation in the Mayan end-of-the-world year in-between Madonna’s (29 may) and Lady Gaga’s (August, 2012) concerts in Israel.

    Let’s better to discuss an issue of avoiding international disgust at and following it, the UN sanctions for an Israel’s atrocities possibly demonstrated in this case by deliberately dragging the visa processing time Hamas fans of these singers to attend the events punctually.

  4. perlcat says:

    From the US: Good luck with that. You are in our prayers, as this is a difficult situation, and you have to do what you have to do to protect yourselves.

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