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Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria

 
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Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
Of course they are. They are the ones running the show.





Paris (CNN) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking Sunday from Paris, where he met with Arab League ministers, said Saudi Arabia has approved international military intervention in Syria.

"They support the strike," Kerry said after meeting with Saudi foreign minister Saud al-Faisal.

Saudi Arabia is a diplomatic heavyweight in the Arab world, but hasn't publicly called for an international military reprisal after a reported chemical weapons attack last month by the Syrian military against rebels.

With its vast air force and bases, Saudi Arabia could offer a lot of resources to Western militaries.

But it's not expected to participate directly in any attack on Syria, because that would be likely to inflame a widespread Arabian Peninsula antipathy against Western military forces intruding into Arab affairs.

Kerry also said the Arab League ministers unanimously condemned the August 21 incident.

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09/08/2013 10:42 AM
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Oh well then. The Saudis are cool with Americans dying in yet another war.

So let's roll.
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09/08/2013 10:44 AM
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Oh well then. The Saudis are cool with Americans dying in yet another war.

So let's roll.
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rofl
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Re: Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
With its vast air force and bases, Saudi Arabia could offer a lot of resources to Western militaries.

But it's not expected to participate directly in any attack on Syria, because that would be likely to inflame a widespread Arabian Peninsula antipathy against Western military forces intruding into Arab affairs.

more link
[link to www.cnn.com]
 Quoting: Tethered Soul


Somebody please make this stop. The stupid is really starting to burn.
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Re: Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
Just saw a very prominent program on the Russian "Vesti" news channel this evening. Make no mistake that the Russian public are well informed about what's going on in Syria.

It led me to this article on the website of the Russian first channel (1tv.ru) which lays the blame for all of this on the Israelis and the Saudis, suggests that the US has become nothing more than mercenaries, that Obama is, indeed, looking for a way out of this mess, and that he and the US need help to find that door.

[link to translate.google.com]

"America in the face of President Obama has done a lot of steps to try to improve relations with Iran. This situation is totally unacceptable for either Israel or Saudi Arabian. Saudis are very interested in the fact that the United States is not just got into this war, not just so they bombed and they fled, they are extremely interested in the fact that this war was as long as possible. And the goal, in general, is quite clear. They categorically, simply imperative to involve Iran in this war, "- says the expert on the Middle East Anatoly El Murid.

In an attempt to explain why contrary to common sense and a general reluctance to fight the West, however, every day is getting closer to irreparable, again and again come back to the infamous Obama's red line, to a point that has long passed. In this case, the question of whether or not it is applied in Syria, chemical weapons are secondary. Saving the world is now supposedly depends on the ability of President Obama to save face.

"The fact that President Obama has decided to convene the Congress, could be a signal that he was looking for a way not to go to war in Syria, while not admitting that he is too weak to fight it. Course, in the end, it may start the war but then it will definitely be a regional war, and, perhaps, the world. And he does not want it. And I think right now the most important thing to help the U.S. to find the door to get out. U.S. sick and weak, a great empire for centuries is no more. So they should just help out there without creating problems, "- says the analyst of France Thierry Meyssan.
 Quoting: google translation of 1tv.ru article
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Re: Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
Of course they are. They are the ones running the show.





Paris (CNN) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking Sunday from Paris, where he met with Arab League ministers, said Saudi Arabia has approved international military intervention in Syria.

"They support the strike," Kerry said after meeting with Saudi foreign minister Saud al-Faisal.

Saudi Arabia is a diplomatic heavyweight in the Arab world, but hasn't publicly called for an international military reprisal after a reported chemical weapons attack last month by the Syrian military against rebels.

With its vast air force and bases, Saudi Arabia could offer a lot of resources to Western militaries.

But it's not expected to participate directly in any attack on Syria, because that would be likely to inflame a widespread Arabian Peninsula antipathy against Western military forces intruding into Arab affairs.

Kerry also said the Arab League ministers unanimously condemned the August 21 incident.

more link
[link to www.cnn.com]
 Quoting: Tethered Soul


one of the main ring leaders....
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Skull n Bones strikes again
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Of course the Saudi's are OK with it ... THEY are doing everything they can to assist their pals, Al Qaeda, spread the backwardness of the Sunni branch of Islam.
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09/08/2013 04:28 PM
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Yeah but what do the people he works for think.
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Re: Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
Is that supposed to be a surprise?


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