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Saudi soldiers don't want to fight Yemenite Hussites

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About 4-xs of thousands of Saudi military personnel left the border bases without permission, fearing a possible order to start an offensive ground operation on Yemen, reports Mixednews with reference to the Arabic resource "Nahrain Net".

Saudi soldiers don't want to fight Yemenite Hussites


"According to Western intelligence, the Saudi military groups left their bases, military centers and checkpoints adjacent to the border with Yemen," writes the resource.

In turn, European sources said that "the unauthorized withdrawal of Saudi troops forced Riyadh to declare a cease-fire and abandon the attack on Yemen."

Information also appeared that from various military units of Saudi Arabia, about 10, thousands of soldiers, including both representatives of the regular army and the National Guard, deserted.

According to experts polled by the Arab resource, "the Saudi army does not have enough morale to conduct a ground operation against Yemen, and such an attack could be suicide for the Kingdom of Saud."

The publication reminds that a coalition led by Saudi Arabia bombed the position of Yemeni rebels for 32 days in order to restore the power of President Mansur Hadi, who was an ally of Riyadh, who fled the country.
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  1. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith April 29 2015 11: 45
    +40
    This is understandable, judging by the photo of the Saudi soldiers - their life is pretty good and no one wants to die. The poorer the people live, the easier it is to send them to death, and these long-fighting and living with good salaries, of course, will refuse to fight.
    1. Vend
      Vend April 29 2015 11: 51
      +30
      So they were also trained by instructors from the United States. Logical result laughing
      1. jjj
        jjj April 29 2015 12: 04
        +18
        Even at the very beginning of the conflict this was warned. But the Shiite population of the oil-bearing provinces may well provide hospitality to the Hussites. And then the Saudi petrodollars cried. And it was not necessary to help the United States destroy the USSR. Everything is back. What goes around comes around
        1. just exp
          just exp April 29 2015 12: 20
          +5
          but what they were formidable BEFORE the start of the fighting, it was so cool to take pictures with weapons and in camouflage, to build brave soldiers out of yourself, and as there was a chance to get a bullet, so suddenly they got sick of being brave warriors.
          daredevils w.
          1. padded jacket
            padded jacket April 29 2015 12: 38
            +5
            Quote: just explo
            but what they were formidable BEFORE the start of battles, it is so cool to take pictures with weapons and in camouflage, to build brave soldiers from yourself

            And how they "bravo" and "menacing" went to the front lol
            Saudi National Guard advances to border with Yemen
            1. Krasmash
              Krasmash April 29 2015 12: 57
              +5
              Quote: quilted jacket
              And how they "bravo" and "menacing" went to the front

              And the Arabs throw blood in the blood-show-off. The Jews will confirm. hi
        2. Chiropractor
          Chiropractor April 29 2015 12: 56
          0
          they really have nowhere to go - the C300 delivered to Iran by Iran itself is not needed - they have their own developments, but they will come in handy in Yemen, so the bombardment has curtailed ...

          and here it turns out and the pehtura fled ...
      2. Good_Taxist
        Good_Taxist April 29 2015 12: 32
        +3
        Real heroes !!!!!
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought April 29 2015 12: 11
      +3
      The Saudis have chosen the wrong strategy and are now beginning to slowly reap the fruits of their thoughtlessness.
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    4. tux
      tux April 29 2015 12: 38
      +1
      Quote: Sith Lord
      This is understandable, judging by the photo of the Saudi soldiers - their life is pretty good and no one wants to die. The poorer the people live, the easier it is to send them to death, and these long-fighting and living with good salaries, of course, will refuse to fight.


      I absolutely agree with you! Catch 32 pluses in karma! hi
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    6. Drmadfisher
      Drmadfisher April 29 2015 14: 11
      0
      Well, I don’t see in the photo okromya sabers
    7. yushch
      yushch April 29 2015 14: 27
      0
      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      This is understandable, judging by the photo of the Saudi soldiers - their life is pretty good and no one wants to die. The poorer the people live, the easier it is to send them to death, and these long-fighting and living with good salaries, of course, will refuse to fight.


      Apparently the fact is that the bulk of the military are immigrants from neighboring states serving for money, that is, mercenaries. And as you know, mercenaries really do not like when they are killed, because they then need to spend the money earned. That's a fact on the face, but in Russian x..ren on the snout. =)
  2. Lt. Air Force stock
    Lt. Air Force stock April 29 2015 11: 46
    +2
    And for Bentley? ... They don’t want to either? ...
    1. reservist
      reservist April 29 2015 11: 50
      +10
      Quote: Lt. air force reserve
      And for Bentley? ... They don’t want to either? ...

      why bentley to the dead?
      1. Lt. Air Force stock
        Lt. Air Force stock April 29 2015 11: 54
        +1
        Quote: reservist
        why bentley to the dead?

        The family will remain, they will sell it for $ 500000, money is never superfluous. The Air Force has already promised Bentley, what is worse than ground forces?
        1. reservist
          reservist April 29 2015 11: 58
          +1
          Quote: Lt. air force reserve
          why is the ground forces worse?

          probably no worse, but I suspect that training a good pilot costs significantly more than a good infantryman, tanker, artilleryman ...
          1. Lt. Air Force stock
            Lt. Air Force stock April 29 2015 16: 26
            0
            Quote: reservist
            probably no worse, but I suspect that training a good pilot costs significantly more than a good infantryman, tanker, artilleryman ...

            So there it is, only the top Air Force and Navy officers were not allowed into the high command. Here to take the USSR and Russia, the Air Force General or the Admiral of the Navy, they never commanded districts, they never headed the general staff of Russia or were deputy chiefs of the general staff, they were never ministers of defense. The maximum that a military man could achieve in these types of troops was to become the Commander of the Russian Air Force or the Commander of the Russian Navy, it is not fair that ground officers are always in favor.
            1. reservist
              reservist April 29 2015 17: 11
              0
              but in the earlier history of Russia there were exceptions:
              Kolchak Alexander Vasilievich in 1916 promoted to rear admiral, in 1919 promoted to full admiral, awarded the title of Supreme Ruler
              Admirals Kornilov, Istomin, Nakhimov commanded the defense of Sevastopol
              Menshikov Alexander Danilovich in 1726 became full admiral
              Apraksin Fedor Matveevich was granted admirals in 1707, commanded the fleet and ground forces in the Baltic
            2. IGS
              IGS April 29 2015 17: 15
              0
              This does not diminish skills, professionalism and respect for the Navy and Air Force. The "red button" is worn by a naval officer. But, you must admit, it will cause bewilderment: Commander of the Central Military District in the rank of .... Vice Admiral. Everyone has their own business.
              PS Interesting, how would you react if the commander sent artillery lieutenant colonel to the submarine?
              1. Lt. Air Force stock
                Lt. Air Force stock April 29 2015 17: 29
                0
                Quote: IGS
                Commander of the Central Military District with the rank of ... Vice Admiral. Each has its own business.

                The Central Military District is not only ground forces, it is also the Air Force, also the Taimyr Peninsula is included in the zone of responsibility of the Central Military District and not only, and the Northern Fleet also has an indirect relation to the Central Military District.
              2. Lt. Air Force stock
                Lt. Air Force stock April 29 2015 17: 36
                0
                Quote: IGS
                PS Interesting, how would you react if the commander sent artillery lieutenant colonel to the submarine?

                The high command is universal. In the USA, often the chief of staff committee is headed by an admiral (an analogue of the Russian General Staff). In Europe, NATO forces command the United States Air Force General ...
                1. IGS
                  IGS April 30 2015 01: 39
                  0
                  In the USA, often the chief of staff committee is headed by the admiral (an analogue of the Russian General Staff
                  The comparison is somewhat inappropriate, I hope smile no need to explain why in the states of the Navy take a dominant role. And we have the Ground Forces. Each has its own doctrine.
                  In Europe, NATO commands the combined forces
                  Well, this post, for me, effective managerial amusing laughing
        2. reservist
          reservist April 29 2015 12: 04
          +5
          Quote: Lt. air force reserve
          The family will remain, they will sell it for $ 500000, money is never superfluous.

          I imagine how the wives of the deceased will share half a million tugriks ...
          1. St Petrov
            St Petrov April 29 2015 12: 28
            +6
            sons. They will all share

            Saudi women generally instead of furniture. Purely give birth to a son

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          3. STALGRAD76
            STALGRAD76 April 29 2015 12: 40
            +2
            Yes, where does the wife, you know their legislation ?? Maybe after the death of her husband, his inheritance passes to his family (father, brothers) and not to his wives (they can have many wives) women have meat without rights .....
            1. reservist
              reservist April 29 2015 12: 51
              0
              from wikipedia
              With regard to the right of inheritance, according to the Qur'an, a certain part of the state of the deceased must be given to the heirs. Compared to male heir a woman can receive only half of the property. Sunni Muslims may bequeath a third of the property to the heirs not according to the Qur'an. The part of the inheritance, not determined by the will, is divided between the heirs on the male

              something from the inheritance probably still falls to the wives ...
            2. Sauron80
              Sauron80 April 29 2015 12: 54
              +1
              I wonder where the democracy watchmen look? ;))
              Why do not the demons bring democracy to the Saudis, lost in their ignorance? )))
  3. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets April 29 2015 11: 46
    +10
    These are warriors, it’s a pleasure to see. smile
    1. jjj
      jjj April 29 2015 12: 06
      +4
      And realizing this, you begin to peer with suspicion at the igil balaclavas. It may well turn out that these thugs came "on safari" from Europe and America
  4. Sergey K.
    Sergey K. April 29 2015 11: 48
    +4
    The same guys. Did you think the war game is to spit? The fighting spirit that you are so lacking is not acquired over the years, you need to be born with it !!
  5. Belarus
    Belarus April 29 2015 11: 49
    +3
    Yeah, like the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the Armed Forces of Ukraine. And there are inveterate type of the National Guard and PSov.
  6. Dr. Livesey
    Dr. Livesey April 29 2015 11: 50
    +9
    Well then, Allah himself ordered the Hussites to quickly take up the positions left by the Saudi warriors! laughing
    1. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 April 29 2015 12: 06
      0
      Quote: Dr. Livesey
      Well then, Allah himself ordered the Hussites to quickly take up the positions left by the Saudi warriors! laughing

      Surely already occupied. wink
  7. Dmitry 2246
    Dmitry 2246 April 29 2015 11: 53
    +4
    But what about the 32-day bombing of Yemen?
    A salary of 10 tons?
    Yes, just stand up for the faith and Muslim shrines?
    The patriotism and discipline of the "most equipped army" of the Middle East is fascinating.
    Starting a war, you must make allowance for moral decay in society and how the army is its face.
    1. just exp
      just exp April 29 2015 12: 21
      +4
      so it’s one thing when you get a big salary for no reason, because you are a soldier, another thing is to get it for being a soldier.
    2. Flooding
      Flooding April 29 2015 12: 38
      +1
      Quote: Dmitry 2246
      Yes, just stand up for the faith and Muslim shrines?

      And not only. The generals have already found a panacea
      Quote: http://saudia-press.com/ministr-oboronyi-rasporyadilsya-vyidelit-summu-v-1-mln-r
      ialov-kazhdoy-iz-semey-muchennikov-pavshih-v-srazheniyah-s-husiitami /
      THE MINISTER OF DEFENSE HAS ORDERED TO ALLOCATE THE AMOUNT OF 1 MILLION RIALS TO EACH OF THE FAMILIES OF Martyrs Fallen in Battles with the HUSSIES ...

      thus the families of the fallen martyrs, in addition to a life-long widow's pension at the rate of 75% of the salary of a fallen soldier (for ordinary soldiers this is at least 9 thousand rials ($ 2) per month), + payments for children in the amount of 400 minimum wage per month. ($ 1) for each child + social protection and subsidies for children's education, received a lump sum in the amount of $ 806 266 each of the families. Therefore, we can safely say that in addition to religious enthusiasm and patriotism, the soldiers of Saudi Arabia have something to fight for in the material sense, and they are 666% sure that if they die, their families will never be left behind by the Muslim state for which they gave their lives.

      And this is no less than 270 thousand dollars.
      So you look and reach the front line ...
  8. Smoked
    Smoked April 29 2015 11: 53
    +1
    Hmm, what will they do when ISIS comes to them?
  9. serg1970
    serg1970 April 29 2015 11: 54
    +4
    Well, what about the Saudis? Did your Abrams with hired staff help you?
    1. reservist
      reservist April 29 2015 12: 01
      0
      so the Saudis seem to be not abrams ...
      Tanks during the large-scale Saif al-Abdullah exercises of the Saudi army in Khafar al-Batin, near the border with Kuwait, April 2014. Photo: Faisal Al Nasser / Reuters

      http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/386/jxjt27.jpg
      1. just exp
        just exp April 29 2015 12: 22
        +2
        they also have abrams, a modification specifically for the M1A2S Saudis.
      2. Flooding
        Flooding April 29 2015 12: 24
        +2
        Quote: Ineta
        The base of the tank fleet is 340 American M1A1 / 2 Abrams, there are also 514 old American M60A3 and 320 French AMX-30

        M-60 just in the photo you brought

        Found an interesting modification on the Arab resource
      3. reservist
        reservist April 29 2015 12: 28
        +3
        was wrong, there are abrams too
        Saudi Arabia is a rich country. It spends significant funds on defense (up to 10–11% of GDP), but money is spent stupidly, often corruptly. As a result, the army is equipped very well, but somewhat at odds and unsystematically. The number of armed forces of the kingdom is 224 thousand people. The most prestigious are the fleet, air force and air defense - this is where the princes of the royal house go to serve.

        The Saudi’s aviation is quite strong - more than 300 combat aircraft (F-15, Typhoon, Tornado), about 200 helicopters, including 80 percussion Apaches. But it is not enough to have modern aircraft - you need to be able to use them, you need to have normal intelligence and interaction. None of this is mentioned either by the Saudis or their “voluntary assistants”.

        The ground component of the Saudi army totals 150 thousand people, but half is the National Guard. These troops include 8 light infantry motorized brigades armed with wheeled armored personnel carriers, jeeps and mortars. In general, something like internal troops. The National Guard is perfectly motivated - people are personally selected by the king and the highest members of the ruling house. But these troops are needed solely to maintain power in the kingdom, and they won’t have to fight in Yemen.

        А the regular army is 75 thousand people in 12 brigades: 3 tank, 5 motorized infantry, 3 light infantry, 1 landing. There are 5 separate artillery and MLRS regiments and a king protection regiment. There are about a thousand tanks in service, but only about 600 are part of the army (of which 315 "Abramsov M1A2", others - the ancient M60A3), the rest are in storage. There are also several thousand different armored personnel carriers, infantry fighting vehicles and armored vehicles of American and European production, up to 300 MLRS, more than 400 self-propelled guns, a lot of towed artillery and mortars.

        Strength, on paper, formidable. But saudi army almost never fought and mired in standard problems for such armies, such as fraud from top to bottom. All this is exacerbated by nepotism, corruption and the pre-emptive rights of representatives of the ruling house. There is simply no fighting coordination and serious exercises in the Saudi army. The weapons and equipment seem to be modern, but they are idiotic, even in the best parts. The real state of technology is not known to anyone.

        Service in these parts is not prestigious, princes do not go there. But there are many former slaves (until 1962 there was slavery in the SA) and mercenaries recruited from all over the Arab world. Especially a lot of Pakistanis.

        read here http://voenpolit.su/geopolitics/523-saudovskaya-araviya-na-puti-k-peremoge.html
  10. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 April 29 2015 11: 55
    +7
    the unauthorized withdrawal of the Saudi forces forced Riyadh to declare a ceasefire and abandon the offensive on Yemen

    This was to be expected. Specialists in the Middle East a month ago said that the army of the SA was not ready and could not fight. Now let's see how the SA will come out of the situation that it itself has created, hoping for direct assistance from the United States. The Saudis had long had to teach a lesson from which they would recover from 20 years of age.
    1. STALGRAD76
      STALGRAD76 April 29 2015 12: 36
      +1
      They will pay PMCs or try to draw other countries for their interest ...
    2. Green
      Green April 29 2015 12: 50
      +2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Specialists in the Middle East a month ago said that the army of the SA was not ready and could not fight.

      I thought it was a patriotic exaggeration when I read such articles, after all, the Arabs are Wahhabis, and they’re such cowards ...
      Bastards, how to sponsor the Chechen war - so they are the first, pissed off.
  11. GUKTU
    GUKTU April 29 2015 12: 03
    +3
    Perhaps I will support the ironic mood of the statements -Balls: I’ll take it into account, and fight - a shish with oil ...
  12. ratfly
    ratfly April 29 2015 12: 04
    +3
    What weapons do not sell, it does not fight. CA is a well-known buyer of weapons, and only zero. We also sold them a lot of things.
  13. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 29 2015 12: 04
    0
    Saudi vlipli about the most I do not want!
    And the meerkatos will throw them on a steep!
  14. Not served
    Not served April 29 2015 12: 04
    0
    Quote: Lord of the Sith
    This is understandable, judging by the photo of the Saudi soldiers - their life is pretty good and no one wants to die. The poorer the people live, the easier it is to send them to death, and these long-fighting and living with good salaries, of course, will refuse to fight.


    As I understand it, Americans have long understood this, so before you start a database, you first start by impoverishing the population. Even at home, it’s only very successful, even though people and the poor become much aware of it.
    Ukraine is the best example. We are creating at our side the impoverished Slavic state that will simply hate us.
  15. plotnikov561956
    plotnikov561956 April 29 2015 12: 06
    +6
    Things are bad .... Georgians at least passed the cross..and these penguin pupils refused to smell gunpowder ..
    1. Belarus
      Belarus April 29 2015 12: 20
      +2
      Ahahahha))))) Thank you))) Your comment was made by my day)))) laughing
  16. Cat man null
    Cat man null April 29 2015 12: 13
    +6
    Saudi soldiers don't want to fight Yemenite Hussites

    No, that's not the point .. it's just that - Saudi soldiers don't want to fight. Do not care - with whom, just - they do not want to.

    Pacifists, mmm laughing
  17. Indifferent
    Indifferent April 29 2015 12: 14
    +1
    All these are temporary phenomena. If it comes, they will declare martial law in the country, introduce the death penalty for desertion, and how nice they go to slaughter. At first, many will die, and then they will learn how to fight! No need to make cattle out of them. You can fight, they fled. He will take power - they will go and lie down where they put them!
    They are the same people, albeit spoiled.
    1. just exp
      just exp April 29 2015 12: 24
      0
      if it’s locked, they’ll go for it if the sheikh’s regime is in jeopardy, but for now they will look for another way.
  18. Prussian
    Prussian April 29 2015 12: 18
    +1
    for the Yemenis, the Saudis are wild Arabs who have robbed and enslaved them for centuries, the Yemenis have four thousand years of historical consciousness, the biblical princess of Sheba was Yemeni.
  19. guznorodov
    guznorodov April 29 2015 12: 20
    +2
    Our Asian experts have long spoken about this, snickering Saudis will not die for the interests of others. Take this runaway President of Yemen, ask for help from the Saudis and other Arab countries to plunge their country into the Stone Age, kill thousands of their citizens in order to regain their chair. Yes, then whom the president should be burned.
  20. vanavatny
    vanavatny April 29 2015 12: 24
    +5
    when did the warriors come from well-fed punishers?
  21. Alekseir162
    Alekseir162 April 29 2015 12: 25
    +3
    “According to Western intelligence agencies, Saudi military groups have left their bases, military centers and checkpoints adjacent to the border with Yemen,”

    A good "army", Ukrainians must be sent there for an internship.
  22. tagir.safin
    tagir.safin April 29 2015 12: 28
    +2
    What kind of army is it that is afraid to fight?
  23. htlernjh
    htlernjh April 29 2015 12: 31
    +2
    I think it’s time for Putin to declare inadmissibility of a violation of human rights in Ymen and to designate the special liberating and exclusive role of the Russian Federation in protecting human rights to life and freedom of choice, protection from Saudi slavery over the oppressed Ymens. , armor, S-300. Help the comrades of Tsmen to gut the Satsditov as a Tuzik heating pad. Rahrenachit all Saudi oil fields. And it is best to cut off oil supplies. The result will be super: oil prices will skyrocket, the Americans will throw all their strength in there, forgetting about the brave ukrov, and we ... at this time we will pull Bendera at the most ...
    1. alexvdv78
      alexvdv78 April 29 2015 13: 37
      +1
      Dear, will you be ready to fork out for gasoline at home in case of an increase in oil prices? After all, if in 2008 oil fell, but the price of gasoline crawled to our bottom. And now, at the current dollar rate, yes, at 100 bucks a barrel, can you imagine what price we will have fuel? But the price of fuel lies in each product. For itself, expensive gasoline will pull all prices up. And no one will reduce prices not for fuel. So the high cost of oil is a double-edged sword.
  24. Tribuns
    Tribuns April 29 2015 12: 31
    0
    Echoes of the Press: "Events in Yemen are causing serious concern in neighboring Saudi Arabia, which accuses its sworn enemy, Iran, of financial and military support for the rebels. According to Riyadh, Tehran seeks to create a Shiite foothold in the south of the Arabian Peninsula. We should not forget that Saudi Arabia has always viewed itself as the guarantor of stability in Yemen and the defender of the Sunni majority.Iran, for its part, claims that it provides only moral support to the Houthis.According to a number of analysts, Iran is persistently trying to split the Middle East on a religious basis. have strong positions in Lebanon, Syria (Alawites), Iraq, Bahrain and Yemen, as well as in Azerbaijan ... "
  25. IAlex
    IAlex April 29 2015 12: 33
    +1
    Actually, Libya, Iraq, and Afghanistan have clearly shown the level of training and capabilities of pro-American collaborationists, incl. absolutely nothing surprising in this ...
  26. STALGRAD76
    STALGRAD76 April 29 2015 12: 33
    +1
    Here is how? And even rewards in the form of a lamborghini as pilots does not help ??
    Fed up hungry is not a friend! A wealthy, not a poor warrior is not ready to take risks for his country and he has no personal plans at all ...
  27. kaplei
    kaplei April 29 2015 12: 37
    +2
    Purely hypothetically imagine that the Saudi soldiers would fall into the fighting of the Donetsk airport? How much would they fight there ??? That's the same laughing I'm certainly not a special expert, but I suspect that all these highly equipped armies are imprisoned for war only with 100% air supremacy priority. What is this fighting spirit in the army? When Bentley's fee ... Faced with serious military force, certain states will quickly cease to exist. This is the Shiites, Kurds, the same Syrians, to lose, and there’s not much to retreat ... Draw conclusions yourself hi
  28. Horst78
    Horst78 April 29 2015 12: 40
    +1
    In my fake. In Saudi Arabia, the laws are too harsh for it to be so easy to move away and even more so desert. This is a GUARANTEED death.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket April 29 2015 13: 07
      0
      In Saudi Arabia, the army is basically hired and consists mainly of Pakistanis and immigrants from other Arab countries and they fight purely for money. It is from the Saudis that their Air Force consists, and even then only pilots in their mass.
      Therefore, such a difference in the actions of the Air Force and ground forces.
      Therefore, a clash with the armed forces of Iran, if it takes place, will be for Saudi Arabia - death is similar.
  29. fomkin
    fomkin April 29 2015 12: 44
    +3
    Do not have them all seriously.
  30. 65 Centurion
    65 Centurion April 29 2015 12: 53
    +1
    Well, the sheikh gave each of the pilots a Bentley for bombing flights, but what about these? - did not come out with a snout? The risk of getting a star and going forward with your feet is greater than that of flyers, and instead of a reward, a shish with butter! So nay sheikh thinks - either every land soldier needs a Rolls-Royce - or let him go to fight the Houthis !!!
  31. Tambov Wolf
    Tambov Wolf April 29 2015 12: 57
    0
    With our people and the Armed Forces, a huge Empire can be built and the EU and the USA can be made to shake. But there are no Stalins, and there will be no sense with cowards and hucksters, only spitting from the "partners".
  32. zurbagan63
    zurbagan63 April 29 2015 13: 12
    0
    The superpowers did not work out of Arabia ... screwed up. War will break out with renewed vigor. Islamists will feel weakness and the next goal will be Mecca. Prepare the money, gentlemen of Saudi Arabia, for redemption.
  33. prishelec
    prishelec April 29 2015 13: 37
    0
    What, the serene life of the Saudis came to an end? .. I'm not surprised that they do not want to fight!
  34. RuslanNN
    RuslanNN April 29 2015 14: 09
    +1
    I would not take it seriously. These are the de Arabs who created the Caliphate at the time. Yes, the Jews hit them in the tail and mane, but here on the other side there are the same warriors. And given that no one has abolished the death penalty in Saudi Arabia and you can easily part with your head, the Saudis will not run away. Another thing is that the Egyptians and their ilk will throw ahead, there are enough hungry there.
  35. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina April 29 2015 20: 44
    0
    And if they trample on the Saudis? Oil will not help them here. She will get, like a tidbit, to the winner.