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Saturday, October 26, 2013

Kingdom Of Oil, Kingdom Of Sand

On US foreign policy in McClatchy:
Some experts countered that it’s too early to tell how much damage has been done to relations between the United States and one of its longest Arab allies.
They noted that some differences may prove to be irreparable, such as U.S. reluctance to be drawn more deeply into Syria. As a result, the Saudis could step up support for the most effective Sunni rebel groups, which are those linked to al Qaida.
“The Saudis will arm whoever the hell they please and that will deepen the sectarian dimension of the conflict,” said Daniel Serwer, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and a former senior State Department official.
Let Saudi Arabia pave its own way to dusty death. Its collaboration in the destruction of Syria will result in the end of the house of Sa'ud:

The godly will see these things and be glad, while the wicked are stricken silent.


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