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The Saudi Bull in Arab China Shop. The Saudi-Israeli Marriage of Convenience against Syria and Iran | Global Research

Obsessed with the “Iran threat,” which leads to its warmongering in Syria, Saudi Arabia is acting like a bull in a china shop, wreaking regional havoc in an already Arab fragile political environment and creating what George Joffe’ of Cambridge University’s Centre of International Studies, on last December 30, called the “second Arab cold war,” the first being the Saudi-led cold war with the Pan-Arab Egypt of Gamal Abdul Nasser since the 1960s.

 

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Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

All male culture of Saudi Arabia greatly resembles Shia Theological Seminaries of Qum. The latter was probably built by inspiration from the former.
The fact that Qum has been Iran's historical Sodom & Gomorra is also another undeniable social/historical fact.
Can't wait for an Anthropological study of homosexuality amongst seminary students of Qum.

dohelzen

dohelzen منم آن مست دهلزن که شدم مست به میدان دهل خویش چو پرچم به سر نیزه ببستم

Semen Warriors of Israel

Sometimes, culture shock is inevitable. Consider the following:

In Saudi Arabia’s all male culture where women are hardly allowed to roam in the public, Israelis have found a niche market. There seems to be a long standing symbiotic relationship between Israel and Saudis. After all, they practically speak the same language. For example, the word for excrement is common to both Saudi and Hebrew; it has the same pronunciation; “Kha ar - ra”.

Anthropological studies of Sodom and Gomorra reveal ritualized homosexuality practiced by the early Israelites and other Jew tribes. Even between the Jew tribes, there was a radically different cultural perception of a proper masculine upbringing can be. (continoued)






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irajkhan

iraj khan Peace Is The Way

Israel and Saudis belong to each other.
Two reactionary warmongers, one supported by its Oil money and the other supported by the Zionists manipulated western powers and they both belong to the dustpan of history.

freeiran1

freeiran1

Saudi Arabia has always relied upon others to protect itself. UK and then USA have protected them since the kingdoms inception. Paid Pakitsan to build a bomb to have some leverage against Israel. Supported Iraq to do its dirty work to prevent Iran's expansion and weaken it under IRI. Supported Syria again to reduce influence of Iran and to protect itself by stoking sectarian conflict. Now it is buying off Egyptian military in the hope of using it if they need it. GCC confederation is another scheme to protect the KSA regime. Hopefully, all of this are desparation measures. The only thing going for it is high oil prices and over a half trillion dollars in the revenue annually. I know Saudi Arabian society is conservative and lazy but hopefully somehow they will realize that the corrupt regime must go. Iranians should smarten up and make peace with the west and help put a nail on the cuffin of this mother of all evil regimes. I'm surprised that all the countries affected by this criminal regime are not sponsoring strife in SA similar to what SA has done in Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Lebenon, Afghanistan, and even Iran. Give them their own medicine.

jgarbuz

jgarbuz

There is no "marriage." The Arabs are inveterate opponents of a Jewish state as are most Muslims, even though there is nothing in the Quran that negates the right of the Jews to have their own state. The Saudi sunni regime is in great fear of the powerful shia Iranian regime and knows that no one can protect them as the US disengages from the region. In the end I think they will bow before Persian power but meanwhile they need somebody, anybody, to help save them.

Bavafa

Bavafa   'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory  Mehrdad

Birds of a feather flock together.

A marriage made in hell.

Mehrdad