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If a political solution to the Syrian problem is not followed, Saudi Arabia will increase the supply of weapons to opposition forces

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If a political solution to the Syrian crisis is not found, Riyadh will increase efforts to military support the Syrian opposition, reports RIA News statement by Saudi Foreign Minister Adil al-Jubeira.




Questions of a political settlement of the situation in Syria were considered this week in Vienna by the heads of the foreign affairs agencies of almost 20 states. It is noted that "the meeting participants managed to reach agreement on a number of points, in particular, they supported the preservation of the integrity of Syria and its state institutions."

“In case of failure of efforts to find a political solution to the Syrian problem, Saudi Arabia will strengthen support for the moderate opposition in the country, in particular, will supply it weapons»- Al-Jubeir said in Bahrain at a meeting of the discussion club.
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  1. Observer2014
    Observer2014 1 November 2015 09: 30
    +23
    If a political solution to the Syrian problem is not followed, Saudi Arabia will increase the supply of weapons to opposition forces
    Wow, who would doubt it! Already this way and that they are looking for an excuse. But not for anything, just give us an excuse. And a barrel of oil will cost a very long time, very expensive.
    1. Finches
      Finches 1 November 2015 09: 39
      +39
      The threat itself is about nothing! The Saudis are funny guys. They have a lot of money and they constantly buy the most sophisticated and high-tech weapons, which even their own army cannot master, but only ruins, but since there is a lot of money, the sheikhs do not sweat and buy new ones! So I see how the Arabs will give the French opposition Leklelrk tanks of fabulous price, three camel drivers armed only with the knowledge of a couple - three suras from the Koran will immediately climb into it, and a tank stuffed with ultra-modern electronics will attack only after hearing the magic "Allah akbar!" laughing
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 1 November 2015 09: 42
        +7
        Observer2014 (5)
        If a political solution to the Syrian problem is not followed, Saudi Arabia will increase the supply of weapons to opposition forces
        Wow, who would doubt it! Already this way and that they are looking for a reason.But don’t give us anything but a reason. And a barrel of oil will cost a very long time, very expensive.

        That's right! soldier Nefig to Saudis is forced to climb!
        Saudis think they are the smartest laughing
        1. Baikonur
          Baikonur 1 November 2015 09: 53
          +12
          Saudi Arabia will increase arms supplies to opposition forces
          Well then, our Aerospace Forces will have to completely erase the "opposition forces" from the surface of the Earth!
          1. guard
            guard 1 November 2015 19: 39
            +3
            If a political solution to the Syrian problem is not followed, Saudi Arabia will increase the supply of weapons to opposition forces

            Apparently the West is trying to agree on Syria, while dictating its own conditions! Why, the Saudis are the mouthpiece, the West does not want to be a laughing stock, talking about some kind of red lines, and then move them or even pretend that he does not remember anything!
            1. Kasym
              Kasym 2 November 2015 02: 21
              0
              Two very interesting points.
              1. It will be too late while they look for diplomatic ways. This opposition will either run into the IG, or will die, or they will kill it.
              2. IG, if Assad wins, will need to legalize his power. And Medina and Mecca in the SA will be a good target for such plans. So neither in the Caucasus will they trample (where they will get it on the neck), but in the oil-rich SA.
              That is why, and of course the United States, as without them, is forcing the Saudis to be so "active". The military SA did not achieve any particular results. It remains for diplomats to bawl. The king was getting ready for Moscow. I wonder who will bring in the retinue? The Saudis like the nuclear power plant (16 units) are interested in weapons, they seem to want to trade. Therefore, this is diplomatic chatter. Arabs respect strength. Yes, with Syria, they realized that the Kremlin is "responsible" for its words and "does not throw" friends. So they will have to negotiate, and the supply of weapons may disrupt much-needed dialogue for them. Yes, and "Caliber" has proved that the American bases may not help if it is difficult. hi
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      3. Andrea
        Andrea 1 November 2015 10: 33
        +4
        Quote: Finches
        Saudi guys are funny. They have a lot of money.
        Many, many, but they are already beginning to groan.
        Leklelrk tanks of fabulous price, three camel drivers will immediately get into it

        And the trash of a simple one among them, like ours, is not measured in store.
        It's time to raise the question in the UN about the recognition of these monsters as terrorists and Arabia too. It is a pity the "exceptional" will not give them. By the way, it also does not hurt to equate them with terrorists, based on the results of their foreign policy.
        In fact, the same terror only with the wrong hands.
        1. Finches
          Finches 1 November 2015 11: 08
          0
          Such questions will not pass, but to bomb the "moderate" opposition a little, to take control of the arms supply channels, including from Saudi Arabia ... I think that our VKS in Syria can do it!
      4. masterovoy
        masterovoy 1 November 2015 11: 57
        0
        Modern youth of the "Saudis" have a very decent education, including a military one. Of course, experience and psychological preparation are not enough, and from the former belligerence, mostly memories remain ...
        1. Slobber
          Slobber 1 November 2015 13: 00
          +1
          Modern youth "Saudis" have a very decent education

          The fact that they study at top universities, the same university or the RUDN University does not make them educated, moreover, it is just the youth who are now being radicalized there against Western values ​​and against the throne too. Do not mislead people.
      5. Lelek
        Lelek 1 November 2015 12: 42
        0
        Quote: Finches
        So I see how the opposition Arabs will give French tanks Leclelrc a fabulous price, three camel drivers armed only with the knowledge of a pair - three suras from the Koran, will immediately climb into it and a tank stuffed with ultra-modern electronics will go on the attack only after hearing the magic "Allah akbar!"


        I do not think that by the term "opposition" Al-Jubeir meant Bedouins, and among the ISIS thugs there are advanced specialists who will be able to use these weapons (and Bahrain still needs to write off these weapons in order to buy new ones - there is a lot of free money).
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      1. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 1 November 2015 09: 45
        +16
        They threaten us.? And if we increase the number of airstrikes and the Syrian and Iraqi army drive the devils to the borders of Turkey and to the Saudis? The Turks will fight back, but the Saudis are not sure ... But they have something to rob ..))))
        1. gg.na
          gg.na 1 November 2015 10: 58
          +2
          And let them remember !!! Our VKS have very long and muscular arms !!! lol
    3. shuhartred
      shuhartred 1 November 2015 10: 16
      -19%
      Quote: Observer2014
      .A barrel of oil will cost a very long time, very expensive.

      And the Russian economy will finally grunt. No really, what a "peremoga" for us.
      1. severbob
        severbob 1 November 2015 10: 32
        0
        the economy of Russia can only be saved by the Yellowstone Caldera on it only in time to fuck
    4. sa-ag
      sa-ag 1 November 2015 10: 19
      -6
      Quote: Observer2014
      But not what, give us just a reason. And a barrel of oil will cost a very long time, very expensive.

      Oh, how Iran will rejoice, such a vacant niche and oil will again go into minus
    5. Maxom75
      Maxom75 1 November 2015 10: 44
      +3
      Jebhat al-Nusra is almost destroyed, the remains are thrown into ISIS, and this was the opposition of the Saudis. It's a shame to spend 10 billion bucks, and the result is zero. The Russians flew in and buried Saudi loot in the sand of Syria. The problem is that the Syrian army does not have enough ammunition for artillery and MLRS, there are few armored vehicles left, and without the use of these means the offensive will freeze. We need equipment, but we do not give it yet.
      1. Steppe
        Steppe 1 November 2015 12: 47
        +2
        I’m not sure that it will be so simple to deal with bandits just by bombing them. I believe that evil cannot be defeated until the ideology that generates this evil is destroyed, and until there are people who can instill this ideology. Kill these - they will be replaced by new ones. It is enough to educate children accordingly and instill these beliefs in youth. So, sprinkling cannibals with bombs, we only contribute to the regulation of their numbers. Ideology must be smashed. So the bastards sitting in the USA, Israel and Saudi Arabia are much more dangerous than ISIS with comrades.
        1. kolyhalovs
          kolyhalovs 2 November 2015 06: 14
          0
          If all carriers of ideology disappear, ideology disappears, is not it?

          and while there will be people who can instill this ideology

          Theoretically, while there are at least 2 people on earth, one of them can instill some kind of ideology.

          Kill these - they will be replaced by new ones

          Here! It’s just business: to make sure that new ones do not come to replace. And the more they are pressed (informationally or physically), the fewer newcomers will be.

          By the way, I think that few people are familiar with the ideology of the Islamic State (banned in Russia), declared and carried out in reality. For example, I am not familiar. I didn’t even read the quran. But they are well acquainted with their methods. And the question is: does the end justify the means?
    6. theadenter
      theadenter 1 November 2015 18: 40
      0
      Why such a cynical injustice? The world is fighting terrorism, and all sorts of inadequate countries are helping terrorism and there’s nothing for them!
  2. avvg
    avvg 1 November 2015 09: 31
    +4
    Apparently the sheikh was very upset; it was not possible to overthrow Bashar al-Assad.
    1. venaya
      venaya 1 November 2015 09: 56
      +2
      Quote: avvg
      Apparently the sheikh was very upset, unable to overthrow Bashar al-Assad.

      If you just overthrow, their tasks are further advanced, they need to set exactly his person. Tell me: how do these actions differ from trivial intervention? Why, by what right do they allow themselves to behave this way? Something in international relations happened irreversibly, the experience of the amers was very encouraging, for something very indecent.
      1. atalef
        atalef 1 November 2015 15: 17
        -2
        Quote: venaya
        If you just overthrow, their tasks are further advanced, they need to put their own person

        And so will their man be, is it not clear?
        Yesterday Lavrov said - the Syrian people should decide the fate, we are not specifically holding on to Assad
        Then, why did Russia suddenly recognize the SSA?
        The same is very simple. it is clear that Assad's Alawite army will not climb into the Sunni regions (we see this), because it understands that they cannot capture them, and even more so do not hold on --- they need a partner, who? SSA only .-- but they are Sunnis
        and supported primarily by the Saudis and the West
        Now the only question is the role of Assad
        Saudis say that he would leave now, before the elections, Russia and Iran insist. that after the election.
        But the aspect is very simple. The Saudis and the West are afraid of freezing the conflict and the situation - not war, not peace.
        This situation is beneficial for Russia and Iran. again for one reason
        ASAD in power (like the Alawites) - 70% of Sunnis will not remain (as a result of elections) in Syria, they will vote only for Sunnis - another option is not even worth considering
        Now it’s clear that the Sunni authorities will have a kind of choice who to choose as sponsors
        1. Russia and Iran (Christians and Shiites) - who supported Assad and fought against the SSA
        2.Saudia (the main country of the Sunni world, Arab, with the sea of ​​dough) and the West
        I think you should not be a genius to understand who they choose. and who just kicked out and as you know - purely democratically
        Well, in general, this is also if Syria does not fall apart (which again is very likely)
        My opinion has not changed and so far there are no prerequisites to change it
        Russia got into the war at the wrong time and most importantly on the wrong side (although to imagine Russia supporting the Syrian opposition is the same neither is realistic) - and so. it was not fucking to go there. in advance to a non-winning situation, and even for the weak side.
        Quote: venaya
        , by what right do they allow themselves to behave this way?

        Because war is a continuation of politics
        1. BARKHAN
          BARKHAN 1 November 2015 18: 50
          +3
          Hello dear atalef.
          If you follow your logic, then Russia will have to allow the FSA to temporarily fight with ISIS, and then clean them up little by little ... So that Lavrov does not say during the "negotiations", but Russia will never abandon the Alawites and Shiites, at least while Putin is in power Otherwise, why did you even have to climb there. The terrorist fire could be jammed remotely. But then Tartus would be covered, respectively, and the ability to scan the Mediterranean Sea. It seems the choice was between a bad and a very bad scenario.
          1. atalef
            atalef 1 November 2015 19: 26
            -2
            Quote: Barkhan
            Hello dear atalef.
            If you follow your logic, then Russia will have to allow the FSA to temporarily fight with ISIS, and then clean them up little by little ... So that Lavrov does not say during the "negotiations", but Russia will never abandon the Alawites and Shiites, at least while Putin is in power Otherwise, why did you even have to climb there. The terrorist fire could be jammed remotely. But then Tartus would be covered, respectively, and the ability to scan the Mediterranean Sea. It seems the choice was between a bad and a very bad scenario.

            Well, you don’t need to allow the SSA to fight ISIS, they are so at war (periodically) with each other.
            Will Russia abandon the Alawites and Shiites. And how do you think - what will happen if the elections are held and the Alawites will certainly remain overboard - how will you help them in the state of Syria? Will you send the contingent?
            What is the scenario? I think it was earlier to get on and remove Assad to some kind of pro-Russian figure (; 4 years ago) - of course secular and Sunni, now it’s too late - either pan or disappeared - but to defeat it is necessary to introduce ground troops - although this is a question whether the result will bring
            1. IS-80
              IS-80 1 November 2015 20: 09
              0
              Quote: atalef
              What is the scenario?

              I think most likely just preventing the formation of another hotbed of chaos instead of the state. If Syria is destined to be divided into separate states, then this process should be as peaceful and legal as possible.
              Quote: atalef
              I think it was earlier to get in and put Assad on some kind of pro-Russian figure

              Taki Yanukovych? laughing
            2. Catafract
              Catafract 1 November 2015 21: 31
              -1
              now you can watch the entertaining sight.
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  3. Yuri Sev Caucasus
    Yuri Sev Caucasus 1 November 2015 09: 33
    +15
    Well then, it’s time for the Hussites to help with lethal weapons. So to say an equivalent answer =)
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 1 November 2015 09: 46
      +12
      Quote: Yuri Sev Caucasus
      Well then, it’s time for the Hussites to help with lethal weapons. So to say an equivalent answer =)

      And make sure that innocent SAUDI RIALS suffer.
    2. paxil
      paxil 1 November 2015 09: 53
      +1
      Quote: Yuri Sev Caucasus
      Well then, it’s time for the Hussites to help with lethal weapons. So to say an equivalent answer =)

      Iran helps the Hussites quite well, there is its patrimony. smile
    3. avt
      avt 1 November 2015 09: 57
      +3
      Quote: Yuri Sev Caucasus
      So to say an equivalent answer =)

      For a long time, the Saudis did not receive a "Point U" campaign at their airfields and bases, well, so someone can scratch at the Yemeni bottom-hole and find and repeat a dozen others.
  4. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 1 November 2015 09: 36
    +6
    I would extend this idea. If the Saudis increase aid to the "opposition", consider the existence of this Wahhabi nest.
    1. Igor39
      Igor39 1 November 2015 09: 52
      0
      Yes, they have to be bombed for a long time, it is necessary to declare that the regime is illegitimate and needs to change and go Caliber, about 700 pieces and then aviation, the problem of terrorism in the warhead will be solved.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 1 November 2015 09: 55
        0
        Mountain shooter
        If the Saudis increase aid to the "opposition" to consider the existence of this Wahhabi nest.
        Honestly, THIS IS TIME TO DO IT!
        Moreover, at the international level!
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    3. 2s1122
      2s1122 1 November 2015 10: 20
      +2
      We can’t go to them without an invitation to visit, because we are polite lol but we can send holiday presents from the Caspian laughing
      But in reality, the Saudis have weight in the Arab world and the supply of weapons can spoil the nerves of everyone.
    4. Azitral
      Azitral 1 November 2015 11: 14
      0
      A beacon of profit inevitably shines through an arbitrarily thick fog. What is the national interest of the Russian Federation, so to speak - in the limit? That KSA and Qatar no longer trade in oil, for whatever reason. In this case, we, in fact, will get Europe, and, in the end, we will be able to tightly control Eurasia. War, rebellion, purchase of capacities, man-made disasters on a massive scale, the fall of an asteroid - it doesn't matter. The roadmap method consists in setting an ideal result in front of oneself, and then taking successive steps in this direction. He took a step - and looked where to step further. The main thing is that practical, beneficial results are achieved every time. Then it may turn out that the achievement of the original "ideal" goal is no longer relevant. Syria is an excellent example of a first step of this kind. Let's try, see where to go next. First, execution, then concretization of FURTHER planning.
      1. 2s1122
        2s1122 1 November 2015 13: 21
        0
        Then the next step should be a system for linking the trade in energy resources and other products only for rubles. According to the prinse, you take one price for rubles,% more for currency. preservation of capital in other banknotes of any state.
  5. Rigla
    Rigla 1 November 2015 09: 37
    +12
    A political decision is not far off wink a few more months of bombing fellow and the Syrian army will clean out all this "opposition" and other bullies from the country. Free elections will be held and there will be a political decision drinks
  6. allexgordeev
    allexgordeev 1 November 2015 09: 38
    +2
    photo class! For analysts, a sea of ​​information ... Miracle!
    1. Humpty
      Humpty 1 November 2015 09: 57
      0
      You do not need to be an analyst to pay attention to such a collection.
      The ears are some indicative of those who did not hide.
    2. 2s1122
      2s1122 1 November 2015 10: 29
      0
      In the sense of a call to dad: "Dad, Dad, Russians are constantly throwing me through some dick fellow at the conference"
  7. Comrade Bender
    Comrade Bender 1 November 2015 09: 42
    +3
    The Saudis are nervous. They are losing influence on the situation in Syria, and so they begin to issue ultimatums. However, they suddenly caught on, you have already been pushed to third roles in the crowd.
  8. dmitrymb
    dmitrymb 1 November 2015 09: 45
    +3
    Tear these jackals-Saudis to shreds and there will be peace in the Middle East !!!
    1. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin 1 November 2015 10: 31
      +1
      Quote: dmitrymb
      Tear these jackals-Saudis to shreds and there will be peace in the Middle East !!!

      I doubt it until the customer will fulfill the kipish alive.
  9. jetfors_84
    jetfors_84 1 November 2015 09: 47
    +2
    Who are they to put forward ultimatums? Bags of money
  10. DIVAN SOLDIER
    DIVAN SOLDIER 1 November 2015 09: 48
    +3
    Why these countries are so mad I don’t understand, the Balts are not so mad as these with rags on their heads ..
  11. APASUS
    APASUS 1 November 2015 09: 48
    +3
    I think this region is on the eve of a huge conflict, there are too many components and everyone wants to decide the fate of the region. Yes, and the Americans will not be able to suffer another defeat in the external arena ............. it’s sad that we will get stuck here .
    Although positive aspects can be found everywhere, 2-3 missiles accidentally arriving in the oil port of Saudi Arabia will make it more accommodating and raise the price of oil to heaven
    1. paxil
      paxil 1 November 2015 09: 57
      +1
      Quote: APASUS
      , 2-3 missiles accidentally arriving in the oil port of Saudi Arabia will make it more accommodating and will raise the price of oil to heaven

      Considering that they have no production except oil, in the event of a Saudi conflict, you can lose income by 2 dozen missiles am
    2. sa-ag
      sa-ag 1 November 2015 10: 22
      0
      Quote: APASUS
      will raise the price of oil to heaven

      And why is it that so many want to raise the price of oil? :-)
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 1 November 2015 13: 23
        +2
        Quote: sa-ag
        Quote: APASUS
        will raise the price of oil to heaven

        And why is it that so many want to raise the price of oil? :-)

        By the fact that the state in the person of officials and economists, even theoretically do not want to slam off oil revenues, even if they have been declaring this for about 20 years. And revenues to our state in the light of recent events will be very useful ............. .. Do you really think we have forgiven Crimea and Syria, now another year, well, a maximum of two and there will be Karabakh 2, Transnistria 2, Ukraine 2, we are on the eve of really big events, how sad it is to admit it.
        Syria is just a prologue of events!
  12. Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 1 November 2015 09: 53
    +2
    It is noted that "the participants in the meeting managed to reach an agreement on a number of points, in particular, they supported the preservation of the integrity of Syria and its state institutions."


    From this phrase, the idea follows that before Russia entered the fight against ISIS, the issue of the integrity and state structure of Syria was not considered. In this case, it turns out that our intervention served to preserve Syria as a unique political entity on the political map. There is a certain sense of pride. If our leadership would make some efforts within the country to preserve and increase its own state, then probably the feeling of pride in our own country will be much more complete.
    Somehow such thoughts are sometimes visited in the morning, Dear colleagues. hi
  13. BOB044
    BOB044 1 November 2015 09: 54
    +1
    “If efforts to find a political solution to the Syrian problem fail, Saudi Arabia will strengthen support for the moderate opposition in the country, in particular, it will supply it with weapons,” al-Jubair said in Bahrain at a discussion club meeting.
    Do not scare Russia and Syria with such statements. As you want, you still will not.
  14. Vova Vasilievich
    Vova Vasilievich 1 November 2015 09: 56
    +1
    They made money for oil
    But they forgot to buy brains.
    And from his stupidity
    "Friends" are being brought to Syria.

    Russian ace sends a bomb,
    From Igil only litter.
    No money and no business
    Again, the Arabs are not destiny.
  15. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 1 November 2015 10: 03
    +3
    This oil puddle has gotten too crazy. They get so caught up in the fact that the SAR army "accidentally" in the course of pursuing terrorists will cross the border and establish a constitutional democratic system and order among the Arabs. And our VKS will "accidentally" help them.
    1. Buffalo
      Buffalo 1 November 2015 14: 43
      0
      That's for sure! The SA decided, probably, that it was inviolable, that it could not be bombed, like Syria.
      I would see what would happen to the kingdom if they destroyed two shrines, as ISIS did, in Syria, and at the same time their oil fields. After that, they would have to breed camels in order to survive.
  16. Dimon19661
    Dimon19661 1 November 2015 10: 09
    +2
    Saudis sitting on an oil barrel making such statements rely on US and NATO assistance in the event of a threat of armed conflict in their direction. The current leadership of this country shows absolute stupidity and shortsightedness. Where is the guarantee that they will not be next? Now, when the world is rapidly growing the second pole of power (Russia, China and partly India) to make such statements is at least irresponsible.
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 1 November 2015 10: 15
      +1
      Quote: Dimon19661
      Saudis sitting on an oil barrel making such statements rely on US and NATO assistance in the event of a threat of armed conflict in their direction. The current leadership of this country shows absolute stupidity and shortsightedness. Where is the guarantee that they will not be next? Now, when the world is rapidly growing the second pole of power (Russia, China and partly India) to make such statements is at least irresponsible.

      They obviously hope for Israel .. (not in vain they whispered with them a year ago) Israel is not visible on the map ... But this cancer cell, which has spread tentacles to many countries of the world and in Russia including .. (no offense ..)) )))
      1. Azitral
        Azitral 1 November 2015 11: 27
        +2
        Yes, visit you, after all, in Israel! There is nothing more distant from the image of a cunning Jew, financier, swindler, gesheftmacher than a living Israeli. They work a lot, taxes and prices are high, the Palestinians are right here, with knives and Kassad rockets. And nothing, in the streets they make noise, gesticulate, and generally hold their tail with a pistol, do not lose heart. I have never been a Jew, just, as a doctor, I am firmly convinced that in order to form a correct opinion, you need to look (and, if necessary, touch) directly. As in no case should a patient be consulted by phone.
  17. mmk
    mmk 1 November 2015 10: 12
    +1
    Quote: avvg
    Apparently the sheikh was very upset; it was not possible to overthrow Bashar al-Assad.

    They sniffed with the Americans, they only talk from them now, and they are allegedly out of business, and it is clear that they have a bargain.
  18. NDR-791
    NDR-791 1 November 2015 10: 12
    0
    “If efforts to find a political solution to the Syrian problem fail, Saudi Arabia will strengthen support for the moderate opposition in the country, in particular, it will supply it with weapons”
    What an owl about a pillar, what a pillar about an owl ... It makes no difference to us that the Americans will throw new weapons into the desert, that their Saudis are friends.
  19. bmv04636
    bmv04636 1 November 2015 10: 19
    0
    The most interesting thing at the current oil prices is that the Saudi fund will melt very quickly. And for this, the Saudis began to abruptly withdraw their assets from Western economies. And who knows, besides oil, what else can Arabs sell?
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 1 November 2015 10: 31
      +3
      Quote: bmv04636
      The most interesting thing at the current oil prices is that the Saudi fund will melt very quickly. And for this, the Saudis began to abruptly withdraw their assets from Western economies. And who knows, besides oil, what else can Arabs sell?

      White camels with golden teeth .... laughing
  20. RuslanNN
    RuslanNN 1 November 2015 10: 23
    +4
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    I would extend this idea. If the Saudis increase aid to the "opposition", consider the existence of this Wahhabi nest.

    You give democratic elections in Saudi Arabia. It is necessary to help overthrow Tirana and carry out democratic transformations in the country, raise the issue of respect for human rights, democratic values ​​and the rights of sexual minorities. Aw, where are you, the gay men and the main shit-democrats, not noticing?
  21. Mercury
    Mercury 1 November 2015 10: 30
    +1
    It’s time to prepare Bedouins loyal to Russia and stuff the crowd with Uzbeks from Moscow construction sites so that the crowd will be more and create the Saudi People's Republic!
  22. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 1 November 2015 10: 30
    +1
    Connect the Saudis and the Americans to the sidelines of history ... These creatures spit on the whole world, considering themselves above all, and therefore interfere in the sovereign affairs of all other countries that are not subject to them. But because we need to think about conducting color revolutions in these disgusting countries
  23. Alexander S.
    Alexander S. 1 November 2015 10: 37
    +2
    In case of failure to find a political solution to the Syrian problem, the Russian Federation will strengthen support for the Syrian army, in particular, will continue to supply it with weapons and provide assistance to its airborne forces
  24. Awaz
    Awaz 1 November 2015 10: 39
    +3
    The Saudis themselves are driving themselves into an illegitimate situation ... Although they do not correspond to any norms of modern democracy, their explicit and direct participation in financing bandits and terrorists, when it comes out sideways.
  25. tissot72
    tissot72 1 November 2015 10: 41
    +2
    In Saudi Arabia, the regime is absolutely illegitimate: there is not even any talk about elections, and most importantly at the moment in the Western world - THE RIGHTS OF GAYS, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgenders are NOT FOUND (God forgive me for such words !!!). I would venture to suggest that pederast parades are also banned am Therefore, ISIS needs to be squeezed out precisely for them to restore order, after which, at new prices in the oil market, all costs will be tripled pay off.
  26. roskot
    roskot 1 November 2015 10: 46
    +4
    And this will tell the Syrians how to live?
  27. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 1 November 2015 10: 49
    0
    Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
    Why these countries are so mad I don’t understand, the Balts are not so mad as these with rags on their heads ..

    OBAMagluupo stated that Russia is not a superpower. He showed that he wants to prick Putin at the household level. He means he is very wounded .. Well, these different petty fools were happy and let's have funny faces. So I think
  28. Maks-80
    Maks-80 1 November 2015 10: 53
    +2
    It is time for us to supply modern weapons to the Hussites in Yemen.
  29. 31rus
    31rus 1 November 2015 11: 00
    +2
    The Saudis could not and will not be able to change anything fundamentally, but this is their style from under the silence, they have climbed right into their ears now, there is nothing more to shine if they do not change their policies, there will be a collapse of new or new states, their stubbornness and pour out, and it will be beneficial to almost everyone, the next Qatar
  30. meriem1
    meriem1 1 November 2015 11: 01
    +1
    Ha!!! Let him do it! Kurds loyal to Assad VERY need a weapon !!!
  31. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 1 November 2015 11: 05
    +2
    To the Saudis, that on the forehead, that on the forehead - everything is one.
    They got stuck in Yemen without confidence in victory and with the prospect of defeat from the Hussites, and everyone is looking at Syria.
    We, too, would not hurt to throw them a topic for reflection, that in the event of open support for the "Syrian opposition" we will supply the Houthis with weapons and intelligence.
  32. Zomanus
    Zomanus 1 November 2015 11: 22
    +4
    The Saudis are threatening, we are hammering militants with bombs ...
    Until the Saudis openly try to get us,
    we will surely kill all the militants.
    You do not forget our main task-
    to dig as many militants in Syrian land as possible.
    Do not disperse to neighboring countries, where America will protect them,
    namely kill and trick. A meat grinder, in fact ...
  33. Urri
    Urri 1 November 2015 11: 31
    +1
    Quote: Zomanus
    we will surely kill all the militants.
    You do not forget our main task-
    to dig as many militants in Syrian land as possible.


    ISIL carts rush through the desert, which successfully switched to a maneuverable, mobile war, takes the initiative, delivering counterattacks wherever it wants. In the conditions of the Second World War, from 1941 to 1943, not a single aircraft near the front line could calmly appear on the road, because in the air in the absence of a massive mobile MZA, couples of German fighters flying out on a free hunt simply outraged. And with the advent of armored FW-190s as part of hunter pairs, the situation on the rallies became generally bad. Nobody even managed to take into account the attack planes approaching the WWI, they carried whole columns with impunity, made no more than one approach. Today, only one such aircraft, a piston one, with guns and armor, the same Focke-Wulf, would drive ISIS carts into caves and sheds in half Syria. IMHO
    1. Buffalo
      Buffalo 1 November 2015 16: 00
      0
      A good disease is sclerosis ...
      Only, that's bad luck, ISIS has MANPADS.
  34. mamont5
    mamont5 1 November 2015 11: 56
    +1
    It looks like it's time to ship weapons to Yemen.
  35. Wolka
    Wolka 1 November 2015 12: 19
    0
    bluff mare, or rather saudi ...
  36. ML-334
    ML-334 1 November 2015 12: 50
    0
    And I'm still waiting for the monkey "looking at two fighting tigers" to finally descend to turn into a third tiger.
  37. 2s1122
    2s1122 1 November 2015 12: 56
    0
    Quote: Volka
    bluff mare, or rather saudi ...

    And the bald camel will be right laughing
  38. Urri
    Urri 1 November 2015 13: 17
    0
    Then the bald camel. The head of state, after all
  39. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 1 November 2015 13: 34
    -1
    The situation was reproduced exactly one to one. The situation with Ukraine, with the participation of our army, and as a result of various cunning plans, is driven into a negotiation dead end. As a result, a European coalition is being organized against us, which has unrealistic demands on us and spread rot for us.
    The situation in Syria, with the participation of our army, and as a result of various cunning plans, is driven into a negotiation dead end. Now the Middle East coalition is being organized against us and they are voicing unrealistic demands, they will soon begin to spread rot.
    Who is this clever man in the Kremlin who, by making incredible efforts, drags us along this endless rake?
  40. Urri
    Urri 1 November 2015 13: 59
    +1
    Quote: chunga-changa
    Who is this clever man in the Kremlin who, by making incredible efforts, drags us along this endless rake?


    In the context of the transition of the conflict to the stage of open war, the value of the diplomat decreases, he loses his political influence within the ruling elite of his country. I really do not want to lose, influence is leaving - power, opportunities, the basis for internal political maneuver are leaving. This is where the annoying proposals "to help military diplomatic means" follow "upward", which outwardly are very tempting, provided that the proposer is able to fulfill the promise. And the proposer does not care about the result, it is in demand only in the process. He is not going to fulfill the promise. And if the result is negative, he participates in the process. But it didn't work out - well, I didn't, I didn't. These are all the intrigues of a cunning enemy. By the way, everything I wrote was perfectly understood by Hitler, who repeatedly warned Ribbentrop about personal responsibility for the implementation of his foreign policy proposals, and twice almost gave the order to shoot him. True, this later led to such intimidation of Ribbentrop that he and Moisish almost failed at the very initial stage of the same operation "Cicero".
    These aspirations are instantly captured by clever shaves, with which, of course, you have already lost the very fact of entering into negotiations with them. Only the unconditional surrender of the enemy, according to Zhukov, is the constructive basis of negotiations with any ally or neutral.
    You don’t need to go far for examples. And Poroshenko’s future loyalty was repeatedly advertised by the same Zurabov, and Akhmetov’s loyalty. It took a year to realize that with the help of a double agent, Akhmetov, and his economic allies in Moscow, the Anglo-Saxons really bred the UPR, prolonging the conflict, forcing them to temporarily abandon part of the Donbass.
  41. slizhov
    slizhov 1 November 2015 15: 50
    +1
    the fact that the cow mumbled does not mean anything!
    The cock is more important - he yelled and a new day has come !!!
  42. cergey51046
    cergey51046 1 November 2015 15: 58
    0
    If Saudi Arabia will support terrorists and illegal armed groups in Syria, then the world community will wipe Saudi Arabia off the face of the earth.
  43. Urri
    Urri 1 November 2015 17: 20
    +1
    Quote: Bison
    A good disease is sclerosis ...
    Only, that's bad luck, ISIS has MANPADS.


    Good one. For you the news. The sense of MANPADS against the piston attacking the PMV is zero. Here, rather, an anti-helicopter mine would do. Well, a heavy machine gun. Just they did not have time in World War II, do not have time, and now. Especially when moving in groups of 3-5 cars. A large column is a goal for a completely different plane
  44. razved
    razved 1 November 2015 17: 29
    +1
    Of course, I do not pretend to be an expert on the Middle East, but it seems to me that it is time for the Saudis to think about their own fate, and not try to decide the fate of other countries.
  45. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 1 November 2015 20: 37
    0
    And why not the Hussites to plant a simple and reliable weapon in a decent amount? So, in recognition of the fact of understanding the hints.
  46. Horn
    Horn 2 November 2015 06: 27
    0
    And when did the Saudis become weapons manufacturers? In human terms, all this Arabic verbiage means: "The United States, through its sixes in the Arabian Peninsula, will supply the gangs of radicals with weapons, regardless of whether they have a political platform. If only they fought against Assad."
  47. Wolka
    Wolka 2 November 2015 07: 38
    0
    it seems the time has come to point the Saudis to their place ...