Saudi Arabia Braces For “Nightmare” — Closer Relationship Between U.S. and Iran

Peace and Freedom

By Angus McDowall

RIYADH (Reuters) – When Saudi Arabia’s veteran foreign minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal, made no annual address to the United Nations General Assembly last week for the first time ever, his unspoken message could hardly have been louder.

Prince Saud al-Faisal

For most countries, refusing to give a scheduled speech would count as little more than a diplomatic slap on the wrist, but for staid Saudi Arabia, which prefers back-room politicking to the public arena, it was uncharacteristically forthright.

Engaged in what they see as a life-and-death struggle for the future of the Middle East with arch-rival Iran, Saudi rulers are furious that the international body has taken no action over Syria, where they and Tehran back opposing sides.

Unlike in years past, they are not only angry with permanent Security Council members China and Russia, however, but with the United States, which they believe has repeatedly let…

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0 thoughts on “Saudi Arabia Braces For “Nightmare” — Closer Relationship Between U.S. and Iran”

  1. The Saudi(s) paid for his education at Harvard (well, they paid for HIS NAME to be on rolls). It would be a huge mistake on his part to betray them.

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