Israeli Fighter Jets Deployed in S. Arabia to Prevent Coup


SAUDI ARABIA

FARS NEWS – 18 Israeli fighter jets along with two Gulfstream aircraft landed in Saudi Arabia on Thursday to prevent any hostile or military moves by former Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz who was replaced with Saudi King Salman’s son. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by James Benn on 06/22/2017 - 7:07 pm

    “The power struggle inside the House of Saud came to light earlier this year when the Saudi king began to overhaul the government and offered positions of influence to a number of family members.”

    Luvvly they’re keepin’ it all in the family. Y’know, at the end of the day and the going down of the sun, the only people you can trust, is ya family. The Jews know this. The Mafia knows it. And apparently the House of Saud does too.

    “Washington has asked for more money to defend the Saudi regime and Riyadh has recently paid $200bln to the US for the costs of its support for the war in Yemen,” Saleh al-Qarshi told FNA. “This is apart from the huge amounts of money that Saudi Arabia pays to the US treasury for protecting its crown,” he added.

    Makes ya proud to see Yanklandia’s magnificent commitment to democracy. After all it was for this mighty principle that She signed up for WWI and II. And the self-same reason Bushette Jr bombed Baghdad in 2003. It appears the Isreal is similarly motivated. So nice of them to fly into Saudi Arabia on Thursday at the ‘demand’ of freshly minted crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

    So whadda we got? ‘Mooslim’ (Wahabist) Saudia Arabia. ‘Christian’ America. And ‘Jewish’ Isreal. ALL united in their fundamental commitment to democracy. And, umm, freedom.

    Or is the other way around? Freedom and democracy? One or the other. I always get confused…

  2. #2 by Derek on 06/23/2017 - 2:17 am

    Interesting, add to that Saudi making the following demands to Qatar, i bet that USS Liberty documentary didn’t help;
    ‘Close al-Jazeera’: Saudi Arabia issues Qatar 13 demands to end blockade
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/23/close-al-jazeera-saudi-arabia-issues-qatar-with-13-demands-to-end-blockade
    The first is;
    Curb diplomatic ties with Iran and close its diplomatic missions there. Expel members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and cut off any joint military cooperation with Iran. Only trade and commerce with Iran that complies with US and international sanctions will be permitted.

  3. #3 by NLG on 06/23/2017 - 2:30 am

    LOL! A friend in need is a friend indeed, huh? Shows you just how close they are…

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