Saudi dictators feel the heat from Iranian dictatorship

“Any harm that comes across any of our countries is harm that touches us all.”

The Saudi crown prince Nayef  is more lucky than the Iranian leaders. To be able to suppress his own subjects, he receives US-support.

These are the words of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Nayef. He said this in a speech at a meeting of GCC interior ministers in Riyadh.

The warning comes following Ahmadinejad visit to an Island claimed by both Tehran and UAE. Saudi Prince: Any harm to any of the countries touches us all.

Saudi Arabia repeated on Wednesday that it would not tolerate threats to the Gulf Arab states’ sovereignty, the latest warning to Iran after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to an island claimed by both Tehran and the United Arab Emirates.

The warning, the third in as many weeks by a member of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), comes amid increased nervousness in the region over Iran.

“Any harm that comes across any of our countries is harm that touches us all,” Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Nayef said in a speech at a meeting of GCC interior ministers in Riyadh.

Source: Israeli daily Haaretz.

My comment:

Iran is basically envious on their competing dictators in Riyadh. The Saudis have free access to US dollars, and have their “holy sites” within their own borders.

Tehran has to struggle.

Not only is all the holy sites of the Shias in Persia located inside Iraq.  The Americans is ruling there too.

The whole basic for the Iranian-Iraqi war in 1980, was the fight for the Shia holy sites in Najaf and Karbala. If the Ayatollah regime was going to export the Iranian Revolution through the Middle East, they had at least be able to capture their own religious sites.

The Iranians were not even able to do that. Big talkers.

Written by Ivar

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