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Saudi Arabia Announced Breaking Diplomatic Relations With Iran

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Saudi Arabian authorities announced the severance of diplomatic relations with Iran. Riyadh said that the Iranian government violated international law and did not take proper measures to protect Saudi diplomatic missions in Tehran and Mashhad. It should be recalled that on the eve of these Iranian cities, the embassy and consulate buildings of Saudi Arabia were crushed by protesting against the execution of a Shiite preacher. Saudi preacher al-Nimr was executed after his conviction by the Saudi "court" of "complicity with terrorism".


Saudi Arabia has sent materials about the attacks on the diplomatic mission in Iran to the UN Security Council with a request to put pressure on the Iranian authorities.

Saudi Arabia Announced Breaking Diplomatic Relations With Iran


After a while in Riyadh they declared a rupture of diplomatic relations with Iran. At the same time, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia expressed in the spirit that the Iranian authorities are encouraging the "extremist demonstrations" of the Shiites, both in Iran and in Saudi Arabia. Reports about it TASS.

In response, the Iranian authorities issued several statements commenting on the actions of official Riyadh. In one of these statements, it is said that the Saudi authorities will not be able to divert attention from the reprisal of an Islamic cleric by breaking the diplomatic relations and only aggravate their strategic miscalculation.
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  1. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 4 January 2016 08: 42
    +37
    Bleed the Saudis from Iran and I even guess who ...
    1. horoh
      horoh 4 January 2016 08: 45
      +17
      Yes, it’s not difficult to guess who, and even for what ...
      1. BilliBoms09
        BilliBoms09 4 January 2016 09: 33
        +14
        Bleed the Saudis from Iran and I even guess who ..
        Not so simple. The Saudis are also in the hands of these pogroms. Sanctions are lifted from Iran, the first tankers have gone to Europe. And then the pogroms of diplomatic missions. "It's not civilized. Dear Big Brother, renew the sanctions."
        1. theadenter
          theadenter 4 January 2016 10: 01
          +3
          This is not a reason for sanctions.
          1. BilliBoms09
            BilliBoms09 4 January 2016 10: 13
            +7
            This is not a reason for sanctions.
            For adequate states - yes, for the most "democratic", the most "peace-loving" and in general, the very reasons are not needed - they organize themselves ... hi
            1. theadenter
              theadenter 4 January 2016 11: 08
              +2
              So it was already that they imposed sanctions in general for invented reasons. I don’t think that they need any pogroms of diplomatic missions there.
              It will be necessary to introduce sanctions - they will do something more convincing.
              1. BilliBoms09
                BilliBoms09 4 January 2016 12: 00
                -1
                It will be necessary to introduce sanctions - they will do something more convincing.
                So pogroms are only the first act of a political "tragedy" or ... "comedy". They need to "correctly" adjust the opinion of the electorate, otherwise they have been repeating for a year that Tehran has changed and everything is so "white" and "fluffy. And then immediately declare it a" global evil "... not comme il faut, the local" electorate "will not understand. elections soon.
            2. asiat_61
              asiat_61 4 January 2016 13: 25
              +4
              So call it: PASSENGER OF DEMOCRACY.
        2. lis-ik
          lis-ik 4 January 2016 14: 31
          0
          47 souls to the next world, also somehow not civilized. The majority of them are al-Qaeda, but there were quite decent people, but about the diplomatic relations the Saudis were simply offended, you know the hot ones!
          1. svd-xnumx
            svd-xnumx 4 January 2016 18: 22
            +2
            47 souls to the next world, also somehow not civilized. The majority of them are al-Qaeda, but there were quite decent people, but about the diplomatic relations the Saudis were simply offended, you know the hot ones!

            The main method of capital punishment in Saudi Arabia is decapitation (cutting off the head), according to the requirements of Sharia.

            In addition to decapitating an Arab saber (the most common type of execution), stoning is also used [source not specified 1079 days] and (rarely; primarily for women) execution. In special cases, there are even cases of crucifixion of a decapitated body. [1] [2] Most executions take place in public, most often in the central [source not specified 1079 days] city square.

            There is a state executioner post in Saudi Arabia. The position of the chief executioner of Mecca is inherited in the al-Bysshe family, and each heir is approved for the position by the king himself. Currently, the main executioner is Abdullah ibn Saeed al-Bishi. Executions in Mecca are held on the square in front of the gates of Abdel Aziz, before that they were carried out opposite the Al-Haram Mosque.

            In 1995, 192 people were executed, in 2002 47 people were executed (45 men, 2 women), in 2003 - 53 (52 men, 1 woman), in 2004 - 36 (35 men, 1 woman), in 2005 - 90 (88 men, 2 women), in 2006 - 39 people (35 men, 4 women), in 2008 - 102 people, in 2009 - 69 people, in 2010 - 26 people, in 2011 - 82 people, in 2014 - 90, in 2015 - 157 people
            The last execution just fell under the "special case" and passed through the crucifixion.
      2. Furious bambr
        Furious bambr 4 January 2016 16: 39
        +1
        And Ukrainians will find the Kremlin’s hand in everything and will win that they have again forgotten about them
      3. Atrix
        Atrix 4 January 2016 23: 16
        0
        Quote: horoh
        Yes, it’s not difficult to guess who, and even for what ...

        You are wrong here. USA this is committed no need. Because if a war breaks out between Iran and the Saudis, then oil prices will skyrocket to such a level that the world has not dreamed of and the price of 200 dollars will still be normal. but I doubt that Russia will be able to rekindle this war. And the United States will not allow a military conflict.
        My personal opinion as a "sofa expert" wink
        1. Nosgoth
          Nosgoth 5 January 2016 05: 00
          0
          Not beneficial for the USA? What couch do you get such analytics from?
          The United States has allowed its oil to be exported, hence the increase in its price is an increase in real income, and not in the number of printed "green papers".
    2. vlad66
      vlad66 4 January 2016 08: 49
      +25
      And the Saudi embassy was beautifully burning, and it’s not possible for children to blaze. But it’s the water to the Americans mill, if Tehran clings to the Saudis, it’s obviously not going to Syria.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 4 January 2016 08: 59
        +73
        Quote: vlad66
        .And this is the water at the mill of the Americans, if Tehran clings to the Saudis, it will clearly not be up to Syria

        Do not be bullshit. It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the KSA and Iran, but was sent by proud sheikhs to three cheerful letters. The Saudi monarchy finally lost its shores and placed its interests in the region above the interests of other states.
        An interesting movie starts there. But it seems that the entire ruling royal dynasty of Al-Saud has decided to leave for the "land of the eternal hunt." In case of inevitable defeat, they will be hanged by their families - with wives, children and concubines. And there is where to turn around - there are several thousand princes alone and a family of many got it by the very "I can not".
        I really hope that, at the same time, the small (in size, but not in the mucking) shkatar Qatar will also fall under the distribution.
        1. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 02
          +20
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          In the event of an inevitable defeat, they will be hanged by families - with wives, children and concubines.

          They deserve it! Bred like cockroaches in the kitchen and lost fear!
          1. Weyland
            Weyland 4 January 2016 11: 26
            +10
            Quote: Oleg147741
            Bred like cockroaches in the kitchen and lost fear!


            Brood cockroaches, - said the father, - and the cockroaches will have rights. Rights obvious to everyone. ... Singers will come and chant them. They will come to you and sing about the great sorrow of the cockroaches doomed to perish. (Saint-Exupery, "Citadel")
        2. vlad66
          vlad66 4 January 2016 09: 09
          +20
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          An interesting movie starts there. But it seems that the entire ruling royal dynasty of Al-Saud has decided to leave for the "land of the eternal hunt." In case of inevitable defeat, they will be hanged by families - with wives, children and concubines. And there is where to turn - there are several thousand princes alone.

          The movie is actually interesting, the states have something to blame about breaking diplomatic relations, the UN Secretary General also mumbled something, but on the one hand the Saudis of these snickering princes and kings have long been waiting for the devil with frying pans.
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 4 January 2016 10: 04
            +6
            The movie is actually interesting
            The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, at least in the photo, looks like our Bunshu. Ugh, you, an infection, that is, against Oleg Menshikov from "State Councilor". laughing
        3. MIKHALYCH1
          MIKHALYCH1 4 January 2016 09: 29
          +3
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the KSA and Iran, but was sent by proud sheikhs to three cheerful letters.

          laughing laughing crying All these "proud" sheikhs are just pawns in a big BV game ... They are experts in camels ..))))
        4. Vladimir 1964
          Vladimir 1964 4 January 2016 09: 47
          +8
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Do not be bullshit. It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the KSA and Iran, but was sent by proud sheikhs to three cheerful letters. The Saudi monarchy finally lost its shores and placed its interests in the region above the interests of other states.

          Yes, colleague, I find your point of view much more realistic than the Mikhalych and Company groups. True, I somewhat disagree with you about the "loss of the coast". It seems that these actions of the Saudis were just the same were carefully thought out. Their internal and external situation in the country is too complicated now and they "decided to fix it" by provocation, quite clearly understanding that Iran will not go for open aggression. Iran is determined, and strongly, to exit the sanctions regime.
          Something like this subjective thinking, colleague. hi
          1. Oleg14774
            Oleg14774 4 January 2016 10: 07
            +2
            Quote: Vladimir 1964
            Yes, colleague, I find your point of view is much more realistic than groups

            I think this site is "harmful" to some extent. By reading it, American analysts can begin to make the right recommendations for the American government.
            1. Vladimir 1964
              Vladimir 1964 4 January 2016 10: 10
              0
              Quote: Oleg147741
              I think this site is "harmful" to some extent. By reading it, American analysts can begin to make the right recommendations for the American government.


              I agree with you, colleague. laughing
              1. Vladimir 1964
                Vladimir 1964 4 January 2016 10: 40
                +1
                Quote: Oleg147741
                I think this site is "harmful" to some extent. By reading it, American analysts can begin to make the right recommendations for the American government.

                Quote: Vladimir 1964
                I agree with you, colleague.


                They did not understand us, colleague, but it's a pity. wassat
          2. avva2012
            avva2012 4 January 2016 10: 11
            +2
            Iran is determined, and moreover, strongly, to withdraw from the sanctions regime.
            Colleagues, I don’t understand something, apparently, but did the UN Security Council impose sanctions in response to Iran’s nuclear program? What does it have to do with Saudi Arabia? With it began YaV? Not. It seems to me, as usual, the UN will bleat, and there, even though carpet bombing from both sides, it will have nothing to do with sanctions.
          3. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 4 January 2016 10: 43
            +10
            Quote: Vladimir 1964
            True, I somewhat disagree with you about the "loss of the coast". It seems that these actions of the Saudis were just the same carefully thought out.

            Despite the fact that the Saudis are waging war with Yemen without any particular success, the breakdown of diplomatic relations with Iran is not a very thoughtful step.
            If Iran enters the war with the SA, it will not be able to fight on two fronts for a long time, however ...... this option is guaranteed to raise oil prices to the previous level of 100 green per barrel and above. Then, by the way, and it was not at all accidental that the USA lifted the ban on oil sales, which had been in force for 40 years.
            I do not think so for 30 dollars they are going to sell it! Despite the fact that daily production (at a profitability of 80 per barrel) they have 9 million barrels, and consumption of 18 million.
            So, given the fact that today there is a squabble among the Saudi princes for the throne, it is not difficult for the United States to organize a "decision" on the execution of a Shiite preacher (he was sentenced to execution a couple of years ago, but the sentence was carried out only now), in order so that the "necessary prince" would push the "unnecessary prince" aside and, along the way, remove the "excess oil" from the market. By the way, the price has already gone up the hill.
            So it is thought that it was not the Saudis who thought carefully here, but the mattresses.
            1. PSih2097
              PSih2097 4 January 2016 15: 57
              +1
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              what it seems to be that carefully thought out here are not the Saudis, but the mattresses.

              it’s called splashing a kerosene into a fire in the Middle East, otherwise the fire is kind of sluggish, according to the parties concerned, is blazing ...
              on the other hand, the confrontation between Sunnis and Shiites lasts more than one century, as they cut each other and will be cut.
        5. APASUS
          APASUS 4 January 2016 10: 08
          +4
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the gap in diplomatic relations between KSA and Iran

          It is believed that the Americans, within the framework of the general strategy, began to give their wards countries a certain freedom of action, but the local short-sightedness, when making some decisions, is simply eye-catching. These are both Ukraine and Georgia and Saudi Arabia, although in the global understanding the Saudis did everything right. they lead the world to a war of Shiites and Sunnis, for the USA this is the ultimate dream!
        6. Alekseev
          Alekseev 4 January 2016 10: 17
          +5
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          But it seems that the entire ruling royal dynasty of Al-Saud has decided to leave for the "land of the eternal hunt."

          That's right!
          Army KSA - a crowd of highly paid, gluttonous and self-righteous unwilling to risk their "life", although they have a lot of weapons.
          That's where for a place for a real Arab spring ...
          And, what is important, it will be difficult to manipulate oil and gas prices in this very "spring".
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 4 January 2016 16: 37
            0
            U, where are you from? The army is like an army. SA, set up, that's for sure. If Iran tries, which is unlikely, to be calm, then perhaps this country will stretch for several more years. Ah, so Khan. And there is nothing good in Russia. As the saying goes, it’s good for the American, the Russian hemorrhoids.
            1. anfil
              anfil 4 January 2016 20: 55
              +1
              Quote: avva2012
              Ah, so Khan. And there is nothing good in Russia. As the saying goes, it’s good for the American, the Russian hemorrhoids.

              Putin on the Saudi conflict with Iran: A cup of coffee, please
              In connection with the emerging conflict of the Saudis with Iran, I allow myself the prafraz of an old joke.

              Three leaders were aboard one of the ships - President Putin, King Salman and President Rouhani.

              Zone of turbulence, thunder, phenomenon of the Creator.

              “My children, it has appeared to you that the world descend into the burning East, where each of you plays his own big game.” I will fulfill one desire of each. The first to speak, Salman

              - Let not a single Persian remain on the earth

              “Now you, Hassan!”

              - The path will disappear from the face of the earth all the Saudis

              - Your word, Vladimir!

              - And the wishes of colleagues will be fulfilled?

              - Of course, my word of God

              “Then a cup of coffee, please.” You can without sugar.



              And that’s all we need to know about the beneficiaries of a possible confrontation.
              Marina Yudenich, FB Post
        7. Corporal Valera
          Corporal Valera 4 January 2016 10: 38
          +1
          And oil, unpredictably, went uphill. Blown away Saudis shale watering
        8. good7
          good7 4 January 2016 10: 47
          +2
          Well, here, half of the parrots are to blame for America, which is 300 years old. There is nothing that hostility has been going on for about 1500 years since the assassination of Ali ibn Abu Talib. For them it is, as it was yesterday. Any fire there causes a fire, and then a preacher of oppressed Shiites was executed, if Iran had nuclear weapons there the glassy would already be glazed!
        9. avt
          avt 4 January 2016 11: 05
          +14
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Do not be bullshit. It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the KSA and Iran, but was sent by proud sheikhs to three cheerful letters. The Saudi monarchy finally lost its shores and placed its interests in the region above the interests of other states.

          Yes, they are, as if overwhelmed by their own greatness, doing whatever they want on the peninsula, well, except for Israel - they are too short to swing their hands at it, so they are friends.
          Quote: vlad66
          The movie is actually interesting, the states have something to do with the gap in diplomatic relations

          This is the next series. We must pay tribute to the USA - they, like Saddam, when he got into Kuwait, will wait and remove the froth from the situation of this jam. They don't give a damn what will happen to the Saudis - in both cases they win. If it is not childishly flaring up there, I recommend that you pay attention to how the USA successfully "guessed" with the lifting of the FORTY-YEAR ban on the sale of its oil abroad. Again, the Saudis keep their grandmothers in $ USA. So, if necessary, arrest and you can profit as with the seizure of funds from Iran, Libya, etc. In short, this Saudi trick that stirred up the Shiites in the region is a very good reason for the USA to start implementing its maps drawn a long time ago for the redistribution of land in the region with the creation of new states and delay the creation of a new one, painful for many countries , the hot seat of war, its own economic bankruptcy, for which the stoned camels, who were crazy about their own greatness, the campaign did not have the intelligence to understand the simple and uncomplicated fact that they all do not swallow money - "I will buy everything" - said the gold, I will take everything "- said bulat "and in a real war they will burn like a steam locomotive - they are no fighters and they will not have enough pennies in a long, even partisan war. To destroy everything there with a nuclear bomb, for which they gave money to Pakistan, which they probably bought themselves, but this campaign will be an act of suicide, euthanasia, so to speak.
        10. theadenter
          theadenter 4 January 2016 11: 10
          +1
          I still think that the United States is losing control of the Middle East. There they simply do not perceive it as before - an invincible and formidable superpower.
          1. avt
            avt 4 January 2016 15: 26
            +4
            Quote: theadenter
            I still think that the United States is losing control of the Middle East.

            No. They will lose control when they withdraw their troops and, accordingly, the regional headquarters from Qatar.
            Quote: theadenter
            There they simply do not perceive it as before - an invincible and formidable superpower.

            If you look carefully, from the moment of the color revolutions, exactly after the Iraqi epic, they changed tactics. Now the USA does not seek to penetrate and control the same oil-bearing regions, but by creating chaos in them, they control the communication routes, placing bases on the principle of forts in development when developing the west of America. Yes - there isn’t enough strength for everything, hence the change of tactics, but by no means a strategy of global dominance, but who and what in the encompassed regions thinks of them .... they are in the phalos.
        11. 4 wheels
          4 wheels 4 January 2016 15: 13
          +2
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          It seems like a personal Saudi initiative

          Lather right, comrade! And the rest of the alignment is also smart!
        12. Atrix
          Atrix 4 January 2016 23: 25
          0
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Do not be bullshit. It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the gap in diplomatic relations between KSA and Iran

          Totally agree with you. You need to understand that Iran is able to block the Strait of Hormuz, which will block the supply of oil and liquefied gas. One country will only benefit from this: Russia, non-hydrocarbon prices will skyrocket and 2008 prices will seem divine. And I think it will last for a long time, Iran’s mined straits I think will immediately strike at oil refineries and ports. In short, if the world begins, the oil crisis awaits laughing
      2. Junior, I
        Junior, I 4 January 2016 09: 07
        +8
        So for this, the Americans are pitting to weaken the aid to Syria and prolong the conflict.
      3. Good_Taxist
        Good_Taxist 4 January 2016 15: 07
        +2
        It's bad that oil will rush up - for Russian "business" happiness - for OUR Future is a brake ...
        but stock up with seeds and kvask :-))))
      4. Semurg
        Semurg 4 January 2016 17: 50
        +1
        Quote: vlad66
        And the Saudi embassy burned beautifully, and it’s quite possible that it’s not a child’s life.

        I remember at school the teacher told how the Russian embassy was smashed 200 years ago in Iran, the ambassador of the Russian Empire Griboedov who wrote good books was still killed there. It is remembered in the 20th century that the American embassy was smashed in Iran, probably this is their long-standing national fun to smash foreign embassies for various reasons. And on the site I watch a lot of people support this generally wild tradition.
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    3. Proxima
      Proxima 4 January 2016 08: 51
      +18
      What a news!!! Breaking up diplomatic relations is an extreme measure. In history, you can find many examples when countries fought against each other, but there was no diplomatic rupture, for example, Khalkhin Gol and so on. Looks like something extremely serious is planned.
    4. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 4 January 2016 09: 02
      +19
      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      Bleed the Saudis from Iran and I even guess who ...

      The fate of the American six is ​​hard - CA!
      1. Drawn into the war in Yemen.
      2. Involved in the financing of the IG.
      3. In full steam, they are moving towards a civil war with the Shiites.
      4. Forced to sell the remnants of their oil for nothing.
      5. And now - a break in relations with Iran.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 4 January 2016 09: 09
        +10
        Quote: Voha_krim
        The fate of the American six is ​​hard - CA!

        For God's sake, you don't have to look everywhere for the American trail. The Saudis are their own spiteful Buratins. We do not know what kind of mess there is in the ruling dynasty between the half-mad king and many different princes, hereditary and not so. Perhaps the aggravation of the conflict with Iran is precisely the echo of such "battles of bulldogs under the carpet."
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 4 January 2016 09: 27
          +11
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          . The Saudis themselves are vicious Pinocchio. We don’t know what kind of graters there are in the ruling dynasty between the half-mad king and many princes,

          It seems to me that the reason is simple oil, Iran is getting out of Western sanctions and is already starting to supply oil to the market and earn income, naturally the Saudis and all these sheikhs have a serious competitor, so they began to draw the Middle East even more into the war. This is just my private opinion. request
          1. Voha_krim
            Voha_krim 4 January 2016 09: 37
            +3
            Quote: vovanpain
            I now think that the reason is simple-oil

            Latest news about oil:
            MOSCOW, Jan 4, 09:30 - RIA Novosti. World oil prices are rising against the backdrop of the conflict between Riyadh and Tehran, writes The Wall Street Journal.
            "Oil prices jumped 3% on Monday following the escalation of political tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran over the weekend, as well as concerns about possible disruptions in oil supplies," the newspaper writes.
        2. avva2012
          avva2012 4 January 2016 10: 19
          +4
          For God's sake, do not look everywhere for the American trace.
          You know, but the United States, it is profitable to settle everyone on BV. Why did they even create ISIS? Just for this. Destabilization of the entire oil-bearing region. First, the "Arab springs", now the turn of the monarchies. If they fall apart, in their place the devil knows what to form (as in Libya), but the oil will remain. In a year or two, new mongrels will be sworn in and through private companies and PMCs, they will be in charge of the region, even formally, not paying attention to any UN there.
    5. Proxima
      Proxima 4 January 2016 09: 05
      +11
      Before taking this kind of steps, the Saudis need to cut to their noses that militarily they are a complete zero, compared to Iran. This can be confirmed by any expert in the Middle East. Or do they think that the States will lay bones for them?
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 4 January 2016 09: 38
        +7
        Quote: Proxima
        Or do they think that the States will lay bones for them?

        And I think that the United States will not do anything, but will let everything go (if I may say so) by itself. Recently, states have been allowed to export oil. Why do you think now, and not earlier? Yes, most likely because as a result of a possible conflict between the SA and Iran, oil will skyrocket in price, and this is exactly what the Americans need. Therefore, it seems to me that the states clearly had a hand in this conflict.
        1. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 44
          +4
          Quote: СРЦ П-15
          Recently, states have been allowed to export oil.

          There is one "BUT" there is a lot of "light" oil in the storage facilities of the states, and they use heavy oil. So what is there in fact, no one knows. And one more thing, if, according to statistics, Americans consume more than they extract at the moment. So it is not yet known where the dog fumbled.
          1. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 4 January 2016 10: 07
            +1
            Quote: Oleg147741
            And one more thing, if according to statistics, Americans consume more than they currently produce.

            This is so, but with expensive oil, the United States will again increase the production of shale oil, which is currently unprofitable and has fallen dramatically. And now, they will be selling shale oil, thereby controlling the price that is beneficial to them.
            1. Oleg14774
              Oleg14774 4 January 2016 10: 16
              +4
              Quote: СРЦ П-15
              shale oil, which is currently unprofitable and has fallen dramatically.

              Everything is logical, but it would be beneficial for amers to buy cheap oil for candy wrappers and ruin the Russian economy. This would be more logical, but why this happened is not completely clear. I think that the SA broke the chain. Raising the oil level in a short period of time (especially shale oil) is not so easy, it has its own technologies. It’s not just having drunk and arranging the oil bushes to pump out the finished oil, there you have to put in more mini plants and plus an infrastructure to them, and the infection of your territory is not buzzing. It's easier again, for candy wrappers, to pump oil from others. But in the future, when others do not have it, they will be on the horse!
              1. SRC P-15
                SRC P-15 4 January 2016 10: 25
                0
                Quote: Oleg147741
                Everything is logical, but it would be beneficial for amers to buy cheap oil for candy wrappers and ruin the Russian economy.

                The point is, apparently, that along with the "collapse" of our economy, the production of shale oil in the United States is sharply falling. And there it is not so simple: companies producing this oil have received a lot of loans, but there is nothing to give them back. In simple terms, a large shale bubble is inflated there, threatening to burst. So the Americans are using every chance to prevent this bubble from bursting. hi
                1. avva2012
                  avva2012 4 January 2016 10: 45
                  0
                  In addition, they can leave Russia for later, "where will she go?" First, they will rake in resources on the BV, but then with "new forces ...".
      2. aiden
        aiden 5 January 2016 04: 43
        0
        Have you seen the Iranian Armed Forces in action? From the history of examples is not necessary. Something seems to me that they have the same Polish army.
    6. Red_Hamer
      Red_Hamer 4 January 2016 09: 28
      0
      There will be a ***, oil will go to growth, and who can do it? The ruble will rise in price on this, and what then are your conclusions?
      1. Proxima
        Proxima 4 January 2016 09: 44
        0
        Quote: Red_Hamer
        There will be a ***, oil will go to growth, and who can do it? The ruble will rise in price on this, and what then are your conclusions?

        Does the ruble in the world currencies segment take your lion's share? Yes, maybe this is good for us, just the States of the two evils choose the lesser.
      2. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 45
        +8
        Quote: Red_Hamer
        On this, the ruble will rise in price,

        Yeah, still say that gasoline will become cheaper!
        1. Egevich
          Egevich 4 January 2016 13: 01
          0
          Quote: Oleg147741
          Quote: Red_Hamer
          On this, the ruble will rise in price,

          Yeah, still say that gasoline will become cheaper!


          and you have a good sense of humor ... black humor ...
    7. Red_Hamer
      Red_Hamer 4 January 2016 09: 33
      +2
      Oil will rise, and the ruble will go to the top, let them bite
      1. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 46
        +2
        Quote: Red_Hamer
        Oil will rise, and the ruble will go to the top

        Yes, holy naivety. An expensive ruble is not profitable for industry. So forget it! China forcibly drops the yuan.
        Quote: Red_Hamer
        let them bite

        Then yes, I will not argue!
        1. i80186
          i80186 4 January 2016 10: 07
          +1
          Quote: Oleg147741
          Yes, holy naivety. An expensive ruble is not profitable for industry. So forget it! China forcibly drops the yuan.

          About the ruble it was clear back in 2013, well, when vodka went up two and a half times. What is most interesting, the ruble fell just as much. Again, you need to understand that the price of vodka is the price of gunpowder / solid rocket fuel. smile
          1. Oleg14774
            Oleg14774 4 January 2016 10: 18
            0
            Quote: i80186
            you must understand that the price of vodka is the price of gunpowder / solid rocket fuel

            YES wink , here I somehow didn’t catch the relationship! Sorry
            1. your1970
              your1970 4 January 2016 14: 28
              +1
              At he reduced everything to nitrocellulose:
              "And if vodka is not driven from sawdust-
              so that we have three or four five bottles "© V.V.
      2. tajik-airya
        tajik-airya 4 January 2016 23: 58
        0
        and you rejoice. A country that is only alive with oil doesn't shine anything good. In your case, Sechin will not receive 3 million in his pocket, but 7 million. So I don’t hang joys to Russians / Russians
    8. seti
      seti 4 January 2016 10: 06
      +2
      Well, God forbid that it was so. I would even be glad if the cold war did not begin between them but the real hot war. It would seem cynical that it would be very, very beneficial to us. We would supply and rearm Iran. Someone else is Saudi and all one would all end with the status quo. That's just people on both sides would die in vain. But more Saudis were battered because they live much better and are not used to hardships. Well, oil prices skyrocketed.
      1. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 10: 21
        +4
        Quote: seti
        I would even be glad if the cold war did not begin between them but the real hot war.

        On the one hand, of course, I was tired of everything, and I would like to "SHAKE", but on the other hand (we are still not Americans), I would like people to change their minds! All the same, we have one planet and we are all neighbors. And it is always better when neighbors help each other and do not quarrel! It is more profitable for everyone (I do not take the rotten world elite, these are non-humans).
    9. Gardener91
      Gardener91 4 January 2016 10: 26
      0
      Yes, they need Iran completely and completely. Only full control over the production and distribution of energy resources in the BV strategy in the long term will be these. They will not leave Azerbaijan alone.
  2. venaya
    venaya 4 January 2016 08: 44
    +8
    Iranian government violates international law and does not take proper measures to protect Saudi diplomatic missions in Tehran and Mashhad

    The provocation of this event by the Saudis, you see, is included in the concept of "international law". All this smells very much of an ordinary chutzpah.
    1. Walking
      Walking 4 January 2016 09: 34
      +4
      As it is familiar, first create an occasion, execute Shiites and a well-known preacher, and then when it flew back in embassies to start complaining to the UN. They created a problem for themselves.
    2. Victor Demchenko
      Victor Demchenko 4 January 2016 09: 54
      0
      Quote: venaya
      hutspoy.

      and this is, sorry. what if possible, explain the siroma, well, I don’t understand the newfangled squiggles ... request
      1. venaya
        venaya 4 January 2016 10: 25
        +1
        Quote: Viktor Demchenko
        ... well, I do not understand the newfangled squiggles ...

        This concept exists only in Yiddish and cannot be translated into other languages ​​due to the fact that there is no such phenomenon anywhere else. This is something like: a joke - shutspa - hutspa. Better look in the dictionaries, for me personally, this word means the exact opposite of all logic.
      2. Weyland
        Weyland 5 January 2016 00: 23
        0
        chutzpah - this is not literally translated (EMNIP, this is not Yiddish, but Hebrew), the meaning is super insolence: stepping on someone's foot, yelling: "why are you spreading your legs!" ... ChSKh, among the Jews, chutzpah is considered not a disadvantage, but an advantage.
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  3. Приговор
    Приговор 4 January 2016 08: 46
    +12
    Of course, the pogrom of the embassies is not good. But, this is the result of many years of Saudi politics. A country with Wahhabism as an official religion, a country in which people cut their heads and hands, a country without civil liberties, a country sponsoring terrorists around the world, a country paying for coups in neighboring countries - such a country cannot and should not count on a normal attitude towards it. Well, perhaps the hypocritical villains from the United States are ready to turn a blind eye to her. And then, while it is beneficial to them.
    1. asiat_61
      asiat_61 4 January 2016 14: 06
      +1
      I WANT TO REMEMBER: .. what measure you measure, such will be measured to you .. Not literally, but the meaning is true.
  4. nemec55
    nemec55 4 January 2016 08: 48
    +17
    Oh, how you want Iraq to emerge in the states of Syria, Chechnya, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Egypt, etc. So that the exceptional sniffed at the happiness of democracy that they sow around the world.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 04
      +11
      Quote: nemec55
      Oh, how you want Iraq to emerge in the states of Syria, Chechnya, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Egypt, etc. So that the exceptional sniffed at the happiness of democracy that they sow around the world.

      You know, to wish for evil is not good, but in this case it is not a sin, since this is exactly what they deserve!
    2. aiden
      aiden 5 January 2016 04: 48
      0
      Preliminarily destroying there yao, ho and all kinds of launch vehicles. And then there is a full sect, they will still launch somewhere, or in the chaos you indicated will deliver to other countries and there they will apply
  5. djqnbdjqnb
    djqnbdjqnb 4 January 2016 08: 48
    +7
    It’s hard to come up with more stupidity than this execution. And at the most suitable moment for us. This is worse than stupidity, this is Obamovism.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 47
      +1
      Quote: djqnbdjqnb
      It’s hard to come up with more stupidity than this execution.

      Not at all! There is still great nonsense!
  6. meriem1
    meriem1 4 January 2016 08: 53
    +17
    How long have the Bedouins in Arabia got down from the Ishaks and declared themselves kings ??? Who are they barking at? To Iran? On the Persians, a people with a thousand-year history !? They got bogged down in Yemen ... shshiites there they wet them. They got bogged down with Daesh, now this deep scandal! And now the war really started !!!!
    PS Especially the interpretation of a break in relations amuses !!!! "Interference in internal affairs ..." Who's barking there? "country" that has climbed everywhere and in everything around it? They were there heroin on NG defended themselves, or what ????
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 05
      +3
      Quote: meriem1
      did the Bedouins in Arabia get off the donkeys and declare themselves kings

      The trouble is that they got down, but did not learn anything!
    2. antiexpert
      antiexpert 4 January 2016 09: 47
      +1
      You can’t even imagine how wrong you are!
      It was not the Bedouins who declared themselves kings in Arabia, but an initiative group of Orthodox Jewish Jews, they would, of course, be glad to hide this fact, but this is a cruel truth)))
  7. blizart
    blizart 4 January 2016 08: 56
    +9
    As we were taught by diamat - the transition of quantity into quality. The ball weaves together tighter. This is a momentous event.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 4 January 2016 09: 36
      0
      Quote: blizart
      As we were taught by diamat - the transition of quantity into quality. The ball weaves together tighter. This is a momentous event.

      And not just a milestone event. It is necessary to link the unbound, and specifically the removal of the ban on oil exports to the United States and the drama in SA. With this dump, the United States is trying to remove several countries of the Arabian Peninsula and the Persian Gulf from the oil market. SA, Iran, Yemen and possibly the UAE. American ears will immediately come out, because the SA has dealt a severe blow to the American shale revolution. And the Americans, and even in the election year, the Saudis will not forgive this.
      1. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 49
        0
        Quote: Amurets
        SA has dealt a severe blow to the American shale revolution.

        Without a team with SSA, the Saudis could not afford this, and they are not fools to sell their goods cheaper. So would you have something to sell would be three times cheaper than it could be !?
  8. novobranets
    novobranets 4 January 2016 08: 57
    +6
    Saudi authorities announced the severance of diplomatic relations with Iran. Riyadh said that the Iranian government violated international law and did not take proper measures to protect Saudi diplomatic missions in Tehran and Mashhad.
    Did you step too wide, your pants won't burst? Oh yeah, they don't wear them. But still, the gap is dip. relationship is actually a declaration of war. It was calculated well, the ISIS bandits, pressed by the Syrian Armed Forces, are rolling back towards Libya and Turkey, and the PKK has intensified the onslaught and is about to close the border between Syria and Turkey, the Iranian Armed Forces are not badly helping them. Fosterlings of amerikosov die in batches. Guard! This is where the Saud, loyal allies of the "exceptional", arose. It was not difficult to imagine that the execution of a Shiite preacher would blow up Muslims in Iran and provoke the people to protest against the Saudis. Therefore, I think the execution was not without reason scheduled for this time. The Saudis are unlikely to go to war with Iran, but they can complicate the situation and delay forces from the fight against IS. This is my personal vision of the situation.
    PYSYT Here, Japan again started its dudu for the Kuril Islands. I’m not tired of them.
  9. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 4 January 2016 08: 59
    +5
    It’s like, for example, a sabaka who has bitten a passerby and will suddenly sue him! So the Saudis shit everyone and run to complain to the USA!
  10. Federal
    Federal 4 January 2016 09: 01
    +1
    There is enough ground for imaginations, what will happen next, but only experts will be able to give an adequate assessment of everything that happens, what will happen next and what scenario will play out in this situation. One thing is clear that the Saudis have already begun to "get it" in earnest.
  11. Yak28
    Yak28 4 January 2016 09: 03
    -1
    Saudi Arabia has a strong army armed with modern weapons, as well as comprehensive support from the United States and other terrorist organizations, so they are not afraid of breaking up deep relations or war with Iran.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 26
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      Saudi Arabia has a strong army armed with modern weapons, as well as comprehensive support from the United States and other terrorist organizations.

      At face value it is true, but the US is unlikely to fit into an open confrontation. Modern weapons, they are modern in modern hands, and they work with territorial organizations when they are paid. If anything, then oil production will be the first to suffer, and there is no need to go to a fortuneteller. Oil will take off, the United States will begin to develop shale (or will not). Yemen and Iran, the Saudis will not pull.
      1. novobranets
        novobranets 4 January 2016 09: 35
        +4
        Quote: Oleg147741
        Yemen and Iran, the Saudis will not pull.

        In the news, slipping-saids are beginning to experience a budget deficit. What, huh? Considered so rich fellow and here you are, on the shovel request . Supported mattress covers. belay
        1. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 51
          +3
          Quote: novobranets
          Supported mattress covers

          My grandmother in my childhood said she couldn’t be with bad guys, they won’t bring me to good! Looks like SA wise grandmothers were not!
    2. novobranets
      novobranets 4 January 2016 09: 28
      +5
      Quote: Yak28
      Saudi Arabia has a strong army armed with modern weapons

      Have you heard the proverb, "Modern technology, in the hands of a savage, a piece of iron"? The Saudis made a good fortune on oil, bought new weapons, but they did not buy the ability to operate them. They have this technique more "for the interior", show-off in general.
    3. Proxima
      Proxima 4 January 2016 09: 35
      +8
      Quote: Yak28
      Saudi Arabia has a strong army armed with modern weapons, as well as comprehensive support from the United States and other terrorist organizations, so they are not afraid of breaking up deep relations or war with Iran.

      You are mistaken Dear. The Saudis have no chance of defeating Iran. Firstly, the population of S. Arabia is almost 4 times less, let me remind you that Iran has 80 million people. Secondly, the War with Iran will have a total character, and Iran has experience of the 8-year Iran-Iraq war, so the Saudis will not do with pinpoint strikes. And finally, third, compare the mentality of a Persian warrior and a "warrior" -Arab (oil huckster), and yet no one has canceled the fighting spirit of a soldier!
      1. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 52
        +3
        Quote: Proxima
        And finally, third, compare the mentality of a Persian warrior and a "warrior" -Arab (oil huckster), and yet no one has canceled the fighting spirit of a soldier!

        Five points! All! Then you can not comment on anything at all!
      2. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 4 January 2016 18: 47
        +1
        "compare the mentality of a Persian warrior and a" warrior "-Arab (oil huckster),
        but the fighting spirit of a soldier has not yet been canceled! "////

        Well, the "warriors" -Arabs (Saddam Hussein) pretty much piled on the warriors-Persians
        (Ayatollah Khommeini) during the long Iran-Iraq war.
        The losses of the Iranians were 4-5 times higher than the losses of the Iraqis.
        The Persians became famous for sending crowds of teenagers without weapons with
        volumes of the Koran in hands on the fortified lines of Iraqis. For mine clearance
        and reconnaissance in battle ...
        1. Proxima
          Proxima 4 January 2016 19: 24
          0
          Quote: voyaka uh
          "compare the mentality of a Persian warrior and a" warrior "-Arab (oil huckster),
          but the fighting spirit of a soldier has not yet been canceled! "////

          Well, the "warriors" -Arabs (Saddam Hussein) pretty much piled on the warriors-Persians
          (Ayatollah Khommeini) during the long Iran-Iraq war.
          The losses of the Iranians were 4-5 times higher than the losses of the Iraqis.
          The Persians became famous for sending crowds of teenagers without weapons with
          volumes of the Koran in hands on the fortified lines of Iraqis. For mine clearance
          and reconnaissance in battle ...

          Do not compare the most powerful army in the Arab world at that time (Iraq during the time of Hussein) and the Saudi army. And regarding the Iran-Iraq war, not everything was so bad in Iran. It, as you know, ended in a draw, but during the 8 years of the war, of course everything happened. And on this "it was" you can dream up anything, and children-sappers without weapons and losses are 5 times higher than that of the enemy. Does it remind you of anything? Do you need to explain why the Israeli propaganda was inclined to exaggerate the military successes of Iraq, and Iran, on the contrary, to underestimate?
    4. Wheel
      Wheel 4 January 2016 10: 07
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      Saudi Arabia has a strong army armed with modern weapons
      The fighting efficiency of this army is clearly shown in Yemen ...
      Not impressive however ...
    5. donavi49
      donavi49 4 January 2016 10: 31
      +2
      In Yemen, it’s somehow going badly. Even combat Nigers, SAS veterans, mercenaries, and others cannot turn the tide. The only thing that was done at 5 from the point of view of strategy was the bombing of the entire food fund of Yemen, all poultry farms, granaries, marinas and fishing bays. Everything is destroyed.

      But the Skuds are still shooting, even one Point machine is still operational.

      Moreover, flirting with the Babakhs of AQAP (they even wanted to throw them to the front) - led to the current severe crisis in Aden. Large AKAP groups infiltrated the city and began fighting. Moreover, with all, the Khadievites had already rained down and surrendered several districts, now the AKAP strangely enough holds back the IGs who have been holding the 1,5 district in Aden for a couple of months. The coalition is transferring Sudantsev and the UAE to help.


      However, the war in Yemen is a rather specific theater of operations with an extremely complex, motivated and skillful opponent (the civil war in Yemen has been going on since 90 of the year). Sometimes the offensive all depends on one serpentine, in one or two roads mined and shot through and that’s all. There are no forces to overcome.

      With Iran, the war will still be different, namely the forces of the Air Force, missiles, and navy. The land, if it goes, is through Iraq - and there are deserts. That is, fundamentally different conditions for fighting. Plus a motivation factor. The war in Yemen for the Saudis and their allies is seen as a regional upholding of zones of interest. But the war with Iran is a war with the main enemy, a war for the existence of the SA, which means Maserati, Villa and harem for each officer.
    6. antiexpert
      antiexpert 4 January 2016 12: 35
      +4
      Saudi Arabia is a country in which 25% of the population are employed, and the number of migrant workers - 60% of the total population, is a parasite country, what kind of combat capability can we talk about?
  12. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 4 January 2016 09: 03
    +1
    This mess is being conceived, with one goal to squeeze Russia out of Syria and the region! We have shown ourselves too effectively there ... They want to distract public opinion from Syria, and in the long run to drag Russia into a big war .. Well, cunning and everyone else do as usual and the profits are counting!
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 28
      +5
      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      This mess is being conceived, with one goal to squeeze Russia out of Syria and the region! Too we have shown ourselves there effectively ..

      And what side is Russia there ?! Or is it you, for pathos! :) If there is a fight at the Saudis, they will not be up to Syria, they will save their prince's asses
      1. MIKHALYCH1
        MIKHALYCH1 4 January 2016 09: 37
        +2
        Quote: Oleg147741
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        This mess is being conceived, with one goal to squeeze Russia out of Syria and the region! Too we have shown ourselves there effectively ..

        And what side is Russia there ?! Or is it you, for pathos! :) If there is a fight at the Saudis, they will not be up to Syria, they will save their prince's asses

        There will be such a tangle that Syria will certainly be hooked .... The Turks won’t wait! And here we have the S-400, etc. ... We’ll have to shoot down, to the delight of the United States and Israel (they will then smile maliciously and express concern) Such things can begin ...
        1. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 55
          0
          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          You’ll have to shoot down

          Shoot down not build, if only not at home!
          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          to the joy of the USA and Israel

          There is a proverb, the one who laughs last laughs! Who do you think will establish peace there after all this ?! The one who knocked down or who laughed on the sidelines?
          1. MIKHALYCH1
            MIKHALYCH1 4 January 2016 10: 50
            +1
            Quote: Oleg147741
            There is a proverb, the one who laughs last laughs! Who do you think will establish peace there after all this ?! The one who knocked down or who laughed on the sidelines?

            Russians, as always .. We laugh through tears, helping and restoring everything ... We have such a fate! hi In the meantime, such things are going ....
  13. Monos
    Monos 4 January 2016 09: 04
    +5
    This is an occasion to press the tail of the Saudis.
  14. demoniac1666
    demoniac1666 4 January 2016 09: 05
    +2
    What a twist. The air didn’t just smell of war, it REPEATED !!! Now a large landfill can not be avoided ((((
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 4 January 2016 09: 22
      +2
      Quote: demoniac1666
      The air didn’t just smell of war, it REPEATED !!

      Only smell the smell? The harvest will be great, although on the other hand the usual redivision of the world.
    2. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 29
      0
      Quote: demoniac1666
      What a twist. The air didn’t just smell of war, it REPEATED !!! Now a large landfill can not be avoided ((((

      Very avoided!
  15. Mihalich17
    Mihalich17 4 January 2016 09: 06
    +3
    And let them declare war on each other there! )))
    The sooner the Saudis are mocked like an adult, the faster oil prices will soar! And all the arguments about "setting the region on fire" by the Americans are fairy tales for the elders ...)))

    - And from the wind from the East bent stacks,
    Presses to the rocks of the flock.
    Earth axis we moved without a lever,
    Changing the direction of the blow.
    - Do not be alarmed when sunset is not in place.
    Judgment Day is a fairy tale for elders.
    They just rotate the Earth wherever they want,
    Our interchangeable companies on the march.

    Happy New Year, comrades !!!
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 31
      0
      Quote: Mihalich17
      tales for elders ...)))

      Here, I agree 200% And the one who votes, having read literature, imagines himself an expert! ( smile again run into 102 minus)
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  17. Tujh
    Tujh 4 January 2016 09: 10
    +5
    Saudi Arabia has sent materials about the attacks on the diplomatic mission in Iran to the UN Security Council with a request to put pressure on the Iranian authorities.

    These "funny" guys, these Saudis, first shoot dozens of people, and then run to the UN Security Council for help and compassion.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 31
      +2
      Quote: Tujh
      "Funny" guys, these Saudis

      Duc Turks near, there is someone learning!
  18. Mihalich17
    Mihalich17 4 January 2016 09: 14
    +7
    "Shiite rebels in Saudi Arabia are burning government armored cars"!
    - It is necessary to help the rebels in the formation of democracy, DShK and RPG are needed first of all !!!)))
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 32
      0
      Quote: Mihalich17
      It is necessary to help the rebels in the formation of democracy, DShK and RPG are needed first of all !!!)))

      You are directly forcing you to put advantages!
      1. vadson
        vadson 4 January 2016 11: 05
        0
        RPG 7 production of the USA))))
  19. Gray 43
    Gray 43 4 January 2016 09: 19
    +3
    I think this will all end, otherwise the SA will go away (finally) in history, because they are still the warriors. The conflict in Yemen, support for bandits in Syria, internal strife, now difficulties with Iran and all this against the background of a budget deficit
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 33
      0
      Quote: Gray 43
      Iran and all this against the backdrop of a budget deficit

      And all this because they are friends with amers, or they have them! :)
  20. ML-334
    ML-334 4 January 2016 09: 24
    +1
    In my opinion, if I am not mistaken, the price of oil is implicated here. The United States began supplying oil abroad and this price is not beneficial for them. Therefore, they muddied with the Arabs.
    1. Mihalich17
      Mihalich17 4 January 2016 09: 31
      0
      You hang too much on the Americans, sir! )))
      Yes, they are powerful, but not omnipotent! )))
      1. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 35
        +2
        Quote: Mihalich17
        Yes, they are powerful, but not omnipotent! )))

        Well, throwing your "ally" to be devoured is the norm for them! Nothing personal just business.
  21. DesToeR
    DesToeR 4 January 2016 09: 26
    0
    Quote: Proxima
    Before taking this kind of steps, the Saudis need to cut to their noses that militarily they are a complete zero, compared to Iran.

    Well, of course, this is the last quarter of a century that Iran bought up the most advanced weapons from around the world in huge quantities. Russia has not yet delivered the S-300 system to Iran, but several hundred BMP-3s are in service in the SA army, as well as modern Leclerc tanks. If Iran has weapons, it is outdated in order.
  22. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 4 January 2016 09: 27
    +3
    You look at least the oil will rise in price, otherwise it becomes boring.
    1. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 4 January 2016 09: 57
      +1
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      You look at least the oil will rise in price, otherwise it becomes boring.

      Yes, how boring! There are enough miracles even without oil! :)
    2. Wheel
      Wheel 4 January 2016 10: 15
      +1
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      You look at least the oil will rise in price, otherwise it becomes boring.

      And what for you?
      Gasoline will not fall in price anyway. laughing
  23. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 4 January 2016 09: 29
    +1
    Riyadh stated that the Iranian government violated international law, while the Saudis themselves executed the entire opposition in full compliance with this international law.
  24. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 4 January 2016 09: 36
    +3
    The Saudis stepped too far. They don’t wear pants, therefore, they will earn a sprain in the groin. The shores of the Saudis are completely lost. Waiting for the occupation of CA by Iran? I do not believe that on the eve of the elections the mattress will engage in a war with Iran in order to grease the Saudi thugs who have finally lost their shores. And I really want to somehow mix Qatar with sand. He is very small, so inconspicuous. Well, maybe someone will miss, instead of Riyadh they will light up the palace in Dhaka? Something large-caliber, and more than once.
  25. vobels
    vobels 4 January 2016 09: 37
    +2
    "... by breaking diplomatic relations the Saudi authorities will not be able to divert attention from the reprisal against the Islamic clergyman and are only aggravating their strategic miscalculation ..."
    This reprisal is like a deliberate action with far-reaching bad goals. Only the outcome for the CA will most likely be disappointing.
  26. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 4 January 2016 09: 42
    0
    Quote: Ami du peuple
    Quote: vlad66
    .And this is the water at the mill of the Americans, if Tehran clings to the Saudis, it will clearly not be up to Syria

    Do not be bullshit. It seems that this is a personal initiative of the Saudis - the Americans have already condemned the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the KSA and Iran, but was sent by proud sheikhs to three cheerful letters. The Saudi monarchy finally lost its shores and placed its interests in the region above the interests of other states.
    An interesting movie starts there. But it seems that the entire ruling royal dynasty of Al-Saud has decided to leave for the "land of the eternal hunt." In case of inevitable defeat, they will be hanged by their families - with wives, children and concubines. And there is where to turn around - there are several thousand princes alone and a family of many got it by the very "I can not".
    I really hope that, at the same time, the small (in size, but not in the mucking) shkatar Qatar will also fall under the distribution.

    It is very likely that in the USA all the allies are starting to score.
  27. parusnik
    parusnik 4 January 2016 09: 44
    +1
    The Americans are saving their oil shale industry ... And they have brewed a "Shiite" revolution in the SA ... Bolivar cannot bear two, in the sense of the Saudis they cannot bear two wars ... with Iran and the guerrillas in Yemen ... And the USA ... will not support the Saudis .. .Own oil is closer to the body ...
  28. nagel_Oz
    nagel_Oz 4 January 2016 09: 45
    +2
    The "funny guys" knew what they were doing, along with the ISIS bandits, they executed the opposition leader (he had been with them since he was 12). This is not just the execution of everyone in a row, it is an outright spit towards the Shiite population. Did they know about the consequences? Obviously. But how much they calculated their "multi-move" is still not obvious.
  29. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 4 January 2016 09: 46
    +1
    Can burn the entire region. There is not far from the great warriors on our continent.
  30. Jurkovs
    Jurkovs 4 January 2016 09: 48
    0
    Now it remains to find out whether the Saudis have a joker in their sleeves, or they just think that they have it. It is understood that Pakistan created atomic weapons with the Saudi money, and the Saudis always believed that with the aggravation of the situation with Iran they could get it from Pakistan. Without this joker, there is no way to fight with Iran. And here it is very important how much the US still controls Pakistan, and how much Pakistan has already managed to get under the influence of China.
    "The mouse ran, waved its tail" .... and the Third World War began.
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 5 January 2016 00: 32
      0
      Quote: Jurkovs
      The Saudis have a joker in their sleeves, or they just think that they have it


      "Remember, sonny, 4 hearts and a queen of tambourine - this is far from a royal flash!" (from) laughing
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  31. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 4 January 2016 10: 04
    +2
    Quote: Oleg147741
    Yeah, still say that gasoline will become cheaper!

    Yeah, they’ll rather find life on Mars and .... shorter than valentism belay
  32. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 4 January 2016 10: 09
    +1
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    And I really want to somehow mix Qatar with sand. He is very small, so inconspicuous. Well, maybe someone will miss, instead of Riyadh they will light up the palace in Dhaka? Something large-caliber, and more than once.

    It would be nice, as in the song: "Eh, one more time, many more times"
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 5 January 2016 00: 40
      0
      Quote: Alget87
      Well, maybe someone will miss, instead of Riyadh they will light up the palace in Dhaka?


      And Bangladesh for what? fool The capital of Qatar is Doha!
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  33. 31rus
    31rus 4 January 2016 10: 14
    0
    Dear, the Saudis and Turkey are playing their own "game", secret negotiations between the Saudis and the Turks are also talking about this, but as for the United States, they are unlikely to seriously interfere, there is another player Israel, that is how it can and will help, fear of Iranian influence , very strongly affects the psyche of the Israelites, now there is information about the supply of the "Iron Dome", for the Saudis, this conditional axis Turkey-Saudi Arabia-Israel, they will try to conduct their own policy, which will turn out, it is clear that there is nothing good at once, for these countries first of all, if not the collapse of something close to this, well, the EU should think about which side to take, here they will not get off with refugees alone. Russia will continue to bomb, we will strengthen the Navy, perhaps the Aerospace Forces and not only fighters. the hour of truth, whether the United States wants or does not want this region, they are essentially losing, the allies are playing their game, and cooperating with Russia, despising defeat
  34. gingerbread man 59
    gingerbread man 59 4 January 2016 10: 32
    +4
    although we are couch strategists. but we understand perfectly if you fill up the Amers. put them below the baseboard. then all the troubles of terrorism on earth will disappear. all will coexist peacefully and all Amerov’s satilites will become kind and affectionate.
  35. Prutkov
    Prutkov 4 January 2016 10: 51
    +5
    By a strange coincidence, all this happened at the moment when the first American oil tanker set sail from its native shores. Two years ago, many analysts wrote about the strong desire of the states to enter the world oil market. But the low price of fuel in the states themselves and, conversely, high in the world interfered. And then a proposal arose that the Americans would first try to lower the oil price to a minimum, squeeze out competitors, and then they would try to raise the oil price in the world to a level convenient for them. And for this you need to set something on fire somewhere. At first, they tried to isolate Russia, "challenging it to a battle in the Ukraine," but it didn’t work, setting Russia on fire was also not very successful, the option of war with Russia did not suit because of large unacceptable losses. Therefore, they set fire where it is easiest to set fire. And if at the same time their satellites burn out, then this does not bother them. And the time was chosen when Iran had not yet had time to rearm.
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 4 January 2016 10: 58
      +4
      Do you think Iran will manage without us and we will not fit into the conflict, even with weapons? It is doubtful. The USA plays at all tables, they have five aces up their sleeves. Anyway, we’ll be hooked one way or another.
    2. padded jacket
      padded jacket 4 January 2016 11: 14
      +3
      Saudi Arabia is not even able to cope with the "bare-legged" Houthis in Yemen, let alone Iran, their only hope is that the US terrorists from ISIS and Israel will take their side.
      By the way, the situation there is very reminiscent of the events in Lebanon and Gaza where the Israeli troops armed to the teeth, despite the massacres of civilians during the barbaric shelling of cities, were unable to suppress the national-patriotic movements opposing their aggression.

  36. VohaAhov
    VohaAhov 4 January 2016 11: 05
    +3
    We are waiting for an increase in oil prices.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 4 January 2016 16: 09
      +2
      Quote: VohaAhov
      We are waiting for an increase in oil prices.

      If a big conflict breaks out between the SA and Iran, the oil price will skyrocket, as shipping in the Persian Gulf will be interrupted. Iran is undoubtedly blocking it, although of course the results of their "skirmish" are ambiguous, Iran has a rather weak and decrepit Air Force and the Navy does not shine with novelty (large ships), but there are a lot of anti-ship missiles with long range and various missile boats.
      And the neck of the strait is very narrow and in some places a little more than 50 km. smile
      1. padded jacket
        padded jacket 4 January 2016 16: 28
        +1
        Meanwhile, the situation is heating up:
        Bahrain recalled its ambassador from Iran
        “Bahrain has decided to recall its ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran. Bahrain considers the charge d'affaires of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Kingdom of Bahrain persona non grata and asks him to leave the country within 72 hours, ”RIA Novosti quotes the statement by the country's Foreign Ministry.
        https://russian.rt.com/article/120621
        Sudan recalled ambassadors from Iran
        The Republic of Sudan declared the Iranian ambassador persona non grata and demanded all employees of the diplomatic mission to leave the country. It was also decided to recall the Sudanese ambassador from Iran, "the administration of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said in a statement.
        http://www.dp.ru/a/2016/01/04/Sudan_otozval_poslov_iz_I/

        Yes, but Iran used to help Sudan, and even was considered one of its few allies.
        Opinion from Washington.
      2. retardu
        retardu 4 January 2016 16: 55
        0
        IMHO, pokaznapriyayut and stop.
        Saudi Arabia is not profitable war
        and Iran will not climb, firstly it will not pull the war with the SA and its allies (I'm not talking about the states), the SA will calmly lure Turkey and Egypt with money. Also, they don’t need what would be the loyal China, which buys huge amounts of oil there, dripping on their brains
  37. Otshelnik
    Otshelnik 4 January 2016 11: 06
    +1
    Saudi Dynasty
    Where are they from and what is their true origin?
    http://313news.net/article/a-367.html
    King Faisal al-Saud at that time could not deny his family’s close relationship with the Jews when he stated in an interview with the Washington Post on September 17, 1969: “We, the Saudi dynasty, are relatives (cousins) of the Jews: we do not share the point of view of the Arabs or Muslims in general on the Jewish question ... we must live in peace and harmony. Our country (Arabia) is the ancestral home of the first Jew, and it is from here that they spread throughout the world. ” It was a statement by King Faisal al-Saud bin Abdel Aziz !!!
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 4 January 2016 11: 25
      +1
      Quote: Otshelnik
      King Faisal al-Saud at that time could not deny the close relationship of his family with the Jews

      Yes, it has long been clear that Saudi Arabia and al-Qaeda al-Nusra terrorists as well as Israel are one gang that destabilized the Middle East and prepared there for various terrorist movements a base for their further attack, including on us against Russia.
      And only Iran Hezbollah Syria Iraq can now resist their plans to create a huge terrorist army.
      1. aiden
        aiden 5 January 2016 04: 59
        0
        Let Israel at least kill each other :)
    2. Weyland
      Weyland 5 January 2016 00: 44
      0
      Quote: Otshelnik
      Our country (Arabia) is the ancestral home of the first Jew, and it is from here that they spread throughout the world. ” It was a statement by King Faisal al-Saud bin Abdel Aziz !!!


      And after all, he believes in this nonsense! laughing Although the entire civilized world knows that Iraq was the birthplace of Abraham!
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  38. Santjaga_Garka
    Santjaga_Garka 4 January 2016 11: 17
    +1
    I will quote the famous cartoon:

    "Yes, put them on a count!" - This is in relation to the ruling family of Saudis, apparently it's time to rename the country to another dynasty, to organize their own "assault on Amin's palace" throughout the country ...
  39. pts-m
    pts-m 4 January 2016 12: 42
    +1
    Sau Dita probably forgot that Iran had been at war with the Hussein for seven years and won. What can I say about the Sau Ditov sun, not a couple of Saramov’s.
  40. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 4 January 2016 13: 17
    +2
    Sometimes it seems that Saudi Arabia has bothered everyone. It can hurt the Yemeni soldiers, trample the oil industry in the Stone Age, raise oil prices, eliminate aiding terrorists in this region and many other advantages.
    1. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 4 January 2016 13: 59
      +2
      Quote: dchegrinec
      Sometimes it seems that Saudi Arabia has bothered everyone. It can hurt the Yemeni soldiers, trample the oil industry in the Stone Age, raise oil prices, eliminate aiding terrorists in this region and many other advantages.

      So it is so, but even before the heap, Qatar should be helped to go into the "stone age", since it is one of the main sponsors of terrorism both in the BV and against the Russian Federation.
  41. Yak28
    Yak28 4 January 2016 13: 35
    +3
    Yemenis against the Saudis. A selection of the best moments of 2015
  42. sanya_sergant
    sanya_sergant 4 January 2016 14: 48
    +1
    And oil is getting more expensive.
  43. Olegater
    Olegater 4 January 2016 14: 55
    +1
    Well, that’s the batch in the Middle East. Who says about the non-involvement of lice in Israel and all their mongrel dear forum users - open your eyes. In the age of high technology for the exchange of information and a little movement of the gyrus, you can determine who benefits from this and who is behind the conflict. Just collect information from open sources. And one of the reasons very accurately said MIKHALYCH1: "This mess is being started, with the sole purpose of squeezing Russia out of Syria and the region! We have shown ourselves too effectively there ... They want to distract public opinion from Syria, and in the future to drag Russia into a big war ... Well, the cunning and everything, as always, by someone else's hands and the profits are counted! " and also "There will be such a tangle that Syria will surely be hooked ... The Turks will not wait out there! And we have S-400s there, etc ... They will have to shoot down, to the delight of the United States and Israel (they will then be on the sidelines sarcastically smile and express concern) These are things that can start ... "I completely agree with YOU.
  44. Korsar4
    Korsar4 4 January 2016 16: 10
    0
    The nerves of the Saudis could not stand it. It is difficult to assess how much the degree of voltage has risen. But the situation every day threatens to become less and less manageable. Oil behavior is not ready to predict. Short-term rise in price is quite possible.
  45. bobba94
    bobba94 4 January 2016 17: 22
    +2
    Looks like the former British Foreign Secretary David Meliband, that snotty kid that Lavrov sent over the phone to ...
  46. chiko
    chiko 4 January 2016 18: 53
    0
    It is now clear why the Saudis wanted to create a Muslim military bloc. Everything is thought out. This year is a tall one ..... all this is not good, it smacks of war.
  47. serg2108
    serg2108 4 January 2016 19: 56
    +1
    Well, the news is relatively good-looking, the United States will obviously help the Saudis and such a zagagulin looms on a chessboard:
    1. oil will begin to grow, sidedies will put pressure on the usa and demand new sanctions against Iran
    2. showdowns are beneficial to both countries and whoever gives slack first will always be second in this region
    3for Americans, this turn is very good - a return on capital. That Saudi money in the US economy, the growth of treasury bonds has already begun,
    then gold is growing and confidence in the dollar and the next 2 years at least
    will remain at a very high level right there at the same time orders in the military-industrial complex of america and western countries will grow by 20 percent minimum
    4. everything will increase and grow, if it is so planned exponentially, that is, the Saudi allies will do the same, that is, the withdrawal of funds and investments in the economy of the United States and Western countries — orders from the military industrial complex and, in parallel, weakening Iran, while the United States will benefit from the same rising oil prices shales are already playing their tune in US politics ......
    let's see in short where the history curve will go what
  48. VB
    VB 4 January 2016 22: 38
    0
    Flares farther and farther BV. But we are all pulling with the mobilization and nationalization of the economy. I'm afraid we will reach the summer of 1914. Then you have to fidget convulsively, only then 1917 inevitably looms. One consolation is that our people are too proud to tolerate mediocrity and indecision in power for a long time.
  49. Pirogov
    Pirogov 5 January 2016 00: 36
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    Quote: Gardener91
    Yes, they need Iran completely and completely. Only full control over the production and distribution of energy resources in the BV strategy in the long term will be these. They will not leave Azerbaijan alone.
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    I completely agree with you on BV, everything is just beginning!