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Saudi Arabia and its "bombs"

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Saudi Arabia and its "bombs"Political analyst Daham al-Anzi (Saudi Arabia) told the world community about the possession of Riyadh atomic bombs. Now the Saudis intend to conduct their first nuclear test. Al-Anzi does not believe that this is some kind of "emergency news“Because“ world powers know ”that Riyadh has a bomb. Since Russia supports Bashar al-Assad, and the unhappy Syrian people are subject to mass destruction, the army of Saudi Arabia "does not intend to stand idle." The purpose of the acquisition of bombs - the protection of the rights of Arabs and Muslims, said Al-Anzi.


Daham al-Anzi, a well-known political analyst from Saudi Arabia, told the Arab editorial staff of Russia Today that Riyadh had acquired atomic bombs two years ago. In the coming weeks, the Saudis intend to conduct the first nuclear test.

"Yes Yes! Exactly! We have atomic bombs. And this is not emergency news at all. The world powers know that we have a bomb, and we are ready to test it, if Iran (creates its own nuclear weapon and) first to carry out such a test. "


A video of the Daham al-Anzi interview with the Arabic television channel MEMRI-TV is also distributed on the Internet. MEMRI - Middle East Media Research Institute. The interview has been translated into Russian Mixednews.ru.

When asked about UN Security Council resolutions on nuclear weapons, al-Anzi replied that Saudi Arabia "acts as a responsible member of the international community." The leadership of the kingdom is simply engaged in "minimizing the threats": it is taking "the necessary measures to minimize the Iranian threat in Yemen, and now it has become necessary to also minimize this threat in the Levant and Syria."

“Russia wants to support personally Bashar al-Assad and the supporters of the regime around him at a time when the Syrian people are undergoing mass destruction. Not! The army of Saudi Arabia does not intend to remain inactive! This army represents the royal dynasty of Saud. Why do we buy all these rockets and airplanes? We already have atomic bombs for two years, and in the coming weeks we intend to conduct a nuclear test. Of course, the purpose of acquiring these weapons is to protect the rights of Arabs and Muslims. My dear brother, Saudi Arabia does not want to enter the war ... "


To the host’s direct question, “So, did Saudi Arabia get nuclear weapons?” Al-Anzi also answered bluntly: “Yes, that’s right.”

According to the expert, this is “not a sensation at all,” and the superpowers “know about it.” “We have already stated earlier that if Iran has the nerve to announce its own nuclear tests, Saudi Arabia will do the same. No problem, ”explained Al-Anzi.

Where did the Saudis have bombs? Sources from the United States back in May 2015 of the year stated that Riyadh was negotiating with Pakistan on the acquisition of "ready to use" atomic weapons. An anonymous source said that, according to the United States, "the real supply of such weapons has not yet been made," but "the Saudis are responsible for their words and they will do what they say."

Joshua Krause writes in the online edition about the nuclear arms race in the Middle East "Activist Post".

Despite the fact that the Middle East is one of the most conflict regions on the planet, it has previously somehow avoided the widespread proliferation of nuclear weapons, the author recalls. With the exception of Israel and several American nuclear bombs in Turkey (which will not work if the United States does not give activation codes), the people of the Middle East are completely deprived of nuclear weapons.

“And this is not because they are unable to create such weapons,” continues the journalist. - There are many oil-rich states in the region that can create it if they wish. The only thing that limits them in this intention is a series of international treaties, and nothing more. ”

The arms race is always bad, but it would be catastrophic in the Middle East, where ethnic and religious wars have been going on for thousands of years. In addition, the interests of global superpowers overlap there: Russia and the United States.

Unfortunately, the situation may change in the near future, the reporter believes. There are many signs that some states in the Middle East are seriously considering the issue of creating nuclear weapons. And the most "obvious candidate" for the development of a "new atomic program" is Saudi Arabia, the author believes.

It has been rumored for several years that the Saudis have entered into an agreement with Pakistan for the supply of ready-made nuclear weapons. However, some evidence has not appeared.

However, the other day, a representative of their Ministry of Foreign Affairs was asked on CNN about plans to acquire nuclear weapons from Pakistan. The answer was at least "very alarming."

"I am not going to go into the details of our discussions with foreign governments," the official said. He added that Saudi Arabia never discusses two things: "our faith and our security." “Saudi Arabia,” he said, “will do everything possible to protect our country and our people from any harm.”

Recently, an Israeli official expressed concern about a possible nuclear arms race between Arab countries, which will arise because of an agreement on a nuclear program with Iran.

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said that Sunni Arab states are making plans to possess nuclear weapons, that they "are not ready to sit quietly next to Iran, on the verge of creating a nuclear or atomic bomb."

Regardless of whether Iran would really build a bomb, the nuclear arms race in the Middle East, the journalist writes, seems inevitable. In the coming 10 to 20 years, the region "will become even more unstable."

At the same time, Russia's participation in resolving the crisis in Syria prevents any intervention by the Saudis in the conflict, said Arab expert and political analyst Ali al-Ahmed, founder and director of the Washington Gulf Institute.

He shared his opinion with the agency. Tasnim News.

A well-known political analyst simply “mocked” the rhetoric of Saudi Arabia, which allegedly intended to “deploy troops in Syria”. After all, it is well known that Russian support for Syria "really means serious consequences" for the intervention of the Saudis.

“Saudi Arabia’s ground military intervention in Syria was impossible from the very beginning for one reason: Russia would have objected to this issue,” said director Ali al-Ahmed.

According to him, the Saudis do not want their manpower and Tanks turned into targets for Russian fighters. The expert also noted that any military action plan on Syrian territory should be agreed with the government in Damascus.

Ahmed believes that Saudi Arabia is acting "stupidly": all its rhetoric about various military operations is a complete propaganda. In reality, the Saudis are not going to do anything.

Presumably, we add to this that Riyadh is conducting the same “rhetoric” about the allegedly existing nuclear bombs. The chatter of the Saudis was already the talk of the town. And if other “anonymous sources” from the USA support this “parable”, then, perhaps, for the sake of verbal confrontation with Iran, whose leadership has long been suspected of enriching uranium in order to create a nuclear bomb. An arms race of this kind in the Middle East would be the irrevocable beginning of a third world war and, probably, a prologue to the end of humanity. Fatty Saudis or other regional oil shakes are not the kind of people who will start such a mess. They love their sweet life very much.

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  1. Armored optimist
    Armored optimist 26 February 2016 06: 16
    +6
    Scary talk. Not news, but talk. It looks like an informational preparation of the event.
    An explosion from an atomic bomb will leave nothing. Who can stop the Murakans from transferring full-fledged nuclear warheads to the Saudis or the same yagil? They will drop it from their F-16s beyond the coverage area of ​​our aircraft and S-400, or bring them closer on the donkey. Then you can blame anyone - Assad, Russia, Kadyrov.
    1. mad
      mad 26 February 2016 07: 07
      19
      Quote: armored optimist
      An explosion from an atomic bomb will leave nothing.

      A lot of things remain and a simple examination will show where the legs grow from.
      1. Armored optimist
        Armored optimist 26 February 2016 07: 40
        +1
        Some isotopes, no details with numbers and "made in ...". Who will believe? Polonius was not given to anyone for testing.
        1. andj61
          andj61 26 February 2016 08: 39
          16
          Quote: armored optimist
          Some isotopes, no details with numbers and "made in ...". Who will believe? Polonius was not given to anyone for testing.

          Even by the composition of the isotopes, one can determine who produced the nuclear materials for the bomb. Expertise is really not difficult. And the application itself raises questions. Airplane, rocket - everything is perfectly tracked. The only option is the use of the so-called "knapsack" bomb by the broads.
          But this is extremely unlikely, and even the origin of the ammunition is easily determined.
          1. Bongo
            Bongo 26 February 2016 09: 17
            +8
            Quote: andj61
            The only option is the use of the so-called "knapsack" bomb by the broads.
            But this is extremely unlikely, and even the origin of the ammunition is easily determined.

            Comrades, what "knapsack ammunition"? A small nuclear charge is not easy to make. No. Pakistan initially relied on the creation of nuclear weapons based on uranium-235, and this device weighs within 1000 kg. The Pakistanis began to produce plutonium relatively recently, and it is unlikely that these charges turned out to be very compact. So, as a means of delivery: plane, armored carrier or truck.
            1. Ze Kot
              Ze Kot 26 February 2016 12: 38
              +4
              Quote: Bongo
              Quote: andj61
              The only option is the use of the so-called "knapsack" bomb by the broads.
              But this is extremely unlikely, and even the origin of the ammunition is easily determined.

              Comrades, what "knapsack ammunition"? A small nuclear charge is not easy to make. No. Pakistan initially relied on the creation of nuclear weapons based on uranium-235, and this device weighs within 1000 kg. The Pakistanis began to produce plutonium relatively recently, and it is unlikely that these charges turned out to be very compact. So, as a means of delivery: plane, armored carrier or truck.


              And who is talking about Pakistan? It is clear that the Americans will provide a small charge.
              1. Bongo
                Bongo 26 February 2016 12: 41
                +1
                Quote: The Cat
                And who is talking about Pakistan? It is clear that the Americans will provide a small charge.

                Why? Are they enemies to themselves?
            2. antiexpert
              antiexpert 26 February 2016 12: 41
              +5
              I assure you, very small in size, much smaller than the knapsack))
              1. DimerVladimer
                DimerVladimer 26 February 2016 15: 22
                +6
                To such a compact charge, very technically developed countries have been moving for more than a decade.
                To have a lot of money, like the Saudis, is not enough to be able to produce such weapons.
                1. Zoldat_A
                  Zoldat_A 26 February 2016 21: 18
                  +6
                  Quote: DimerVladimer
                  To have a lot of money, like the Saudis, is not enough to be able to produce such weapons.

                  Why produce it? Why develop it? America will provide them!

                  40 years ago, there was no garbage collection service in Saudi Arabia.
                  “In 1974, a diplomat from Saudi Arabia showed me photographs of Riyadh, the capital of his country. One of these photographs showed a herd of goats rummaging through rubbish near the government building. When I asked the diplomat about them, his answer shocked me He told me that goats are the city's main garbage collection system.
                  “The pride of the Saudis will never allow them to humiliate themselves before garbage collection,” he replied. “We leave it to the animals.”
                  Goats! In the capital of the world's greatest oil kingdom. It seemed incredible. "
                  This is from the book of J. Perkins. The Americans brought them garbage trucks ....

                  Since then, the Sauds have become even more fat, they wanted more serious toys ... Gold toilets are no longer pleasing ... There would be money, but there is money. Americans bring what they want. And a nuclear bomb - let the pot-bellied, bearded Saudi kids play ...
                  1. DimerVladimer
                    DimerVladimer 1 March 2016 13: 23
                    +2
                    Exaggerating. The Americans will not give - they do not provide compact nuclear weapons to anyone.
          2. Ratmir_Ryazan
            Ratmir_Ryazan 26 February 2016 09: 56
            +3
            Well, you give ... Everything is perfectly monitored ... Boeing in the Donbass was flunked, and even earlier the APU was also shot down by a civilian in the early 2000s and they didn’t admit or even apologize ... And the United States arranged how many provocations around the world since Vietnam? What and to whom are you going to prove after the nuclear explosion? This is not even funny ...
            1. DimerVladimer
              DimerVladimer 26 February 2016 15: 24
              -19 qualifying.
              And who told you that Boeing brought down dill? Or are they so stupid that within 2 weeks before that they shot down their AN-26 (at an altitude of more than 6000 m).
              Do not read Soviet newspapers for breakfast and a smaller zombie man ...
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              2. 72jora72
                72jora72 26 February 2016 16: 20
                +7
                Do not read Soviet newspapers for breakfast and a smaller zombie man ...
                And you carry garbage for less .....
                1. DimerVladimer
                  DimerVladimer 1 March 2016 13: 50
                  +1
                  Well, well - just try to reason, turn on the logic, if you have it:
                  at altitudes where neither arrow nor needle can reach (more than 6000 m), several Ukrainian aircraft (AN-26 Su-25) were shot down, which indicates the presence in the region of a sufficiently "high-altitude" air defense missile system not controlled by dill.
                  Disguising itself as a civilian liner, but a few echelons should follow the Su-25. It launched, but the missile is aimed at a larger target.

                  On zomboyaschik rattled in full statements about the Ukrainian AN-26 shot down under Thorez.
                  When the RT channel was already broadcasting the news about the downed and crashed civilian Boeing MH-17 near Torez, channels like lifenews still carried the joyful news that "valiant rebels" had shot down the Ukrainian AN-26 ...
                  Some time later, when it became clear what exactly had been shot down, the rebels began to disavow their allegations, and the lifenews channel instantly "changed its position", from victorious reports it switched to a tragic tone - blaming the Ukropsk air defense system - and remove the news about the "shot down AN-26 "she did not have time and walked in parallel, until the issuing editor was tapped in the head ...
                  For a sane person, everything is clear here, how much effort has been made in the Russian press to involve the population of idiotic versions, who allegedly involved in the downing of the ukrop BUK, ukrop Su-25, etc. - Only naive people believe in such versions.
                  Our people all the time forget that the thief himself is shouting loudest "stop the thief" and they were very zealous that my doubts disappeared.
                  This is a tragic accident, the sky over the region had to be closed for a long time, and who shot, from where shot - this is the second thing.
              3. n.kolesnichenko
                n.kolesnichenko 26 February 2016 21: 11
                +1
                Your version?
                1. DimerVladimer
                  DimerVladimer 1 March 2016 13: 23
                  +1
                  A tragic mistake yourself guess who.
            2. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 26 February 2016 21: 22
              +3
              Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
              And the USA, how many provocations staged around the world starting from vietnam?

              Why from vietnam?

              And the cruiser Maine, and the Lusitania, and Pearl Harbor?

              I always said - America is a cross country. Never and no victims stopped her in achieving political goals. And politics in America is just a servant of business ....
          3. aleks 62 next
            aleks 62 next 26 February 2016 11: 03
            +5
            .... The only option is the use of the so-called "knapsack" bomb by the broads ...

            ... Such technologies are the top of the development of nuclear weapons .... Pakistan and even more so the Saudis can’t do it .... hi
          4. Armored optimist
            Armored optimist 26 February 2016 11: 42
            +1
            Determining the origin is not a question. How to convince the world that this is not a Russian nuclear warhead? We are already bombing “the wrong opposition, civilians and hospitals”. And the whole world believes.
          5. igorka357
            igorka357 26 February 2016 14: 38
            +2
            I beg you, everything is tracked by him laughing ! Simple designation MH-17, you can no longer discuss with you!
        2. siberalt
          siberalt 26 February 2016 09: 52
          +3
          There was infa that the Saudi allies from the United Arab Emirates quarreled and the latter decided to withdraw their troops from Yemen. So Riyadh is another headache. Not to the core of them now.
        3. Corsair
          Corsair 26 February 2016 10: 05
          +1
          Quote: armored optimist
          Some isotopes, no details with numbers and "made in ...". Who will believe? Polonius was not given to anyone for testing.

          belay Do you think someone will understand? The country from which the plane arrived will receive such an answer that there would be no one to ask, as it were.
          1. Armored optimist
            Armored optimist 26 February 2016 11: 54
            +3
            From whom? Ours do not cover the whole sky over Syria. Only around the base and escort of bombers. It is not necessary to think that if there is 400 in the air defense system index, then the far border of the affected area from all sides is provided by 400 km. At low altitudes, much less even on flat terrain, and there are mountains.
            1. Bongo
              Bongo 26 February 2016 12: 12
              +1
              Quote: armored optimist
              It is not necessary to think that if there is 400 in the air defense system index, then the far border of the affected area from all sides is provided by 400 km.

              In reality, no more than 250 km. Currently, S-400 air defense systems use 48N6E missiles similar to the S-300PM / PM2. SAM 40N6E with a range of launch on high-altitude targets - 400 km in the troops yet.
              1. DimerVladimer
                DimerVladimer 26 February 2016 15: 32
                +1
                At low altitudes, with a relief envelope, and in Syria a rather complicated relief, you can confidently reach the line of launch of a long-range air-to-surface missile in a complex. To intercept the low-flying - you need a type of AWACS (A-50 / A-100).
        4. max702
          max702 26 February 2016 15: 52
          +2
          Quote: armored optimist
          Some isotopes, no details with numbers and "made in ...". Who will believe? Polonius was not given to anyone for testing.

          C'mon there polonium, they and the lunar soil in exchangeable quantities did not provide anyone ..
          And what's the difference in the case of application? And no, what the media say will be the general version .. This applies to absolutely all actions, no matter who and what did it is important who is to blame according to the "world" media ..
      2. avt
        avt 26 February 2016 10: 34
        +4
        Quote: mad
        A lot of things remain and a simple examination will show where the legs grow from.

        Do not worry, loading yourself up with thoughts of examination, and they won’t blow up anything, if they don’t really squeeze the same Hussites and it’s all about a complete ass for the Sauds. The secret is not the fact that the Saudis paid the whole nuclear program to Pakistan, so there’s no problem they have no ready charge and medium radius carrier. The question is different: will Israel tolerate a specific nuclear competitor near itself, and not in relatively distant Pakistan?
      3. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 26 February 2016 21: 06
        +5
        Quote: mad
        A lot of things remain and a simple examination will show where the legs grow from.

        What’s easier - to determine the cause of the crash, when all the wreckage here they are - on a silver platter ... So "uncomplicated Western expertise" has already shown "where the legs grow from". Even before the fall of the IM debris and without a "simple examination" everything was clear - the GDP was sitting in the bushes with a slingshot and personally shot down a Boeing ...

        So now - they will blow up something, everything will be clear from the very beginning, only after the West has carried out a "simple examination" will we again make excuses, even though we are not guilty of anything before any Western USSR ...

        In the subject
        Jews choose a new rabbi. Abram stands up:
        - We all have long known Rabinovich as an honest person, I propose to choose him!
        Jews (in chorus):
        - Yes, let's choose Rabinovich!
        Yitzchak rises:
        “Now you want to choose Rabinovich the rabbi, and, by the way, his daughter is a prostitute!” Somehow it’s not good!
        Jews (in chorus):
        - Not good!
        Rabinovich gets up:
        - Well, how so! You all know me from childhood! I have lived all my life in the community! And I have three sons and never had a daughter!
        Jews (in chorus):
        - Indeed, how so?
        Yitzhak (shrugging):
        - I expressed my opinion, and you decide ...


        They are there, different Psaki Masaki, they said, and let the rest of the world think. In Russian it is called letting gases into a puddle - it’s fun alone, but it stinks to everyone ... Expertise .........
    2. kristofer
      kristofer 26 February 2016 07: 08
      +3
      but what, this is a thought about military asses :)
  2. Wolka
    Wolka 26 February 2016 06: 20
    0
    maybe the saudis are bluffing
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 26 February 2016 06: 26
      16
      To the host’s direct question, “So, did Saudi Arabia get nuclear weapons?” Al-Anzi also answered bluntly: “Yes, that’s right.”
      by the simple logic of things, now the peace-loving and democratic armed forces of the United States must attack the Saudis with all their might, because this is not even the notorious "test tube", but a very specific "declaration", but for the "bazaar", you need to answer! So?
      1. ruAlex
        ruAlex 26 February 2016 23: 25
        0
        Here I am talking about the same thing, it seems that the Saudis are also from a cohort of exceptional ones, some states in the dust for simple suspicion, and for others for direct recognition ... am
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 26 February 2016 06: 22
    +5
    “So, did Saudi Arabia get nuclear weapons?” al-Anzi also answered bluntly: "Yes, exactly.".... Tokmo, the United States will not declare sanctions in connection with this, and Israel will not bomb for it .. Saudis, they do not pose a threat to peace .. laughing
  4. Vita vko
    Vita vko 26 February 2016 06: 22
    +2
    Fat Saudis or other regional oil shafts are not the kind of people who will start such a "mess"
    The Crusaders also thought about Osama bin Laden. It is all the more dangerous to have illusions when gangs of thousands of jahadists are sponsored by Saudis in Yemen and Syria.
    1. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 26 February 2016 10: 39
      +2
      And then, the Sauds only recently camels in the desert with only camels. That is, they have no responsibility for the consequences. Yesterday’s savages - so anything can come to mind
  5. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 26 February 2016 06: 23
    18
    And I! And me! And I have! Yes, I now all of you !!!!
    Actually, nothing more came from the bleating of this drover of camels. The Saudi army is the same ghost as the most powerful army in Europe from 404.
    In fact, the Saudis, packed with Western equipment, are raking in Yemen from actually semi-partisan detachments armed with Soviet weapons of the 60-70s of the last century, which would happen if this army comes into direct conflict with a well-trained, armed and motivated enemy, I think it is not necessary to particularly imagine. The result will be unambiguous, as cockroaches scatter through the cracks, that’s all and end.
    1. Ze Kot
      Ze Kot 26 February 2016 12: 40
      +2
      Quote: Sakhalininets
      In fact, the Saudis, packed with Western equipment, are raking in Yemen from virtually semi-partisan units armed with Soviet weapons from the 60-70s of the last century



      A guerrilla war cannot be won by force. Especially if the "attackers" have no such experience.
  6. bad
    bad 26 February 2016 06: 25
    0
    “So, did Saudi Arabia get nuclear weapons?” al-Anzi also answered bluntly: "Yes, exactly."
    ..monkeys with a grenade! ... wait for greetings from Israel .. probably .. laughing
  7. Hooks
    Hooks 26 February 2016 06: 39
    +2
    If the Saudis have enough intelligence to use nuclear weapons, then it is very likely that after that they will have the opportunity to use only real nuclear, muzzle-loading, 16-32 pound weapons.
    1. andj61
      andj61 26 February 2016 08: 42
      0
      Quote: Hooks
      If the Saudis have enough intelligence to use nuclear weapons, then it is very likely that after that they will have the opportunity to use only real nuclear, muzzle-loading, 16-32 pound weapons.

      Even this is unlikely to succeed. It requires at least smoky powder, and this is nitrate, charcoal and sulfur. All this after the use of nuclear weapons will be in short supply - unless corpses for saltpeter pits can be used ...
  8. Hooks
    Hooks 26 February 2016 06: 42
    13
    And the behavior of the Saudis is very reminiscent of an anegdot:
    A man at a doctor: - Doctor, I have no intimate plan, but a neighbor of the same age says he can 5 times a night. Doctor: - Well, you say, I don’t see any diseases preventing it.
  9. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 26 February 2016 06: 43
    10
    The atomic bomb is a double-edged sword. If you apply it, then the same answer will be no less crushing. Arab countries have no defense against such an answer. And to use it against your neighbors is to spit against the wind. And the winds in the deserts are very strong. So it is unlikely that any of them (including Israel) will dare to use these weapons.
  10. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 26 February 2016 06: 45
    +4
    A monkey with a grenade can simply explode itself, only there will be a lot of stench.
  11. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 26 February 2016 07: 00
    +4
    Bluff. The complete loss of reference by the Saudis. They don’t even understand that they can lose everything at once. And what will be the price of oil! Which in Saudi Arabia will not be mined after this soon.
    1. cap
      cap 26 February 2016 07: 23
      +3
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Bluff. The complete loss of reference by the Saudis. They don’t even understand that they can lose everything at once. And what will be the price of oil! Which in Saudi Arabia will not be mined after this soon.


      It will not be necessary to get any more. After a nuclear explosion launched by a stoned prince in the indicated territory, all the oil will be in Europe, or consumers will get closer. The truth, the prince will not know about it.
      Everything will depend on the power of the charge. am .
      1. Corsair
        Corsair 26 February 2016 10: 58
        +3
        Quote: cap
        It will not be necessary to get any more. After a nuclear explosion launched by a stoned prince in the indicated territory, all the oil will be in Europe, or consumers will get closer. The truth, the prince will not know about it.

        laughing You have too good opinions about nuclear explosions, wherever there was oil, it will remain there, except that in some places the column of wells will be cut off by shifting the strata, it will only be very difficult to produce it due to radiation
  12. VP
    VP 26 February 2016 07: 14
    +5
    And this is not because they do not have the opportunity to create such a weapon, ”the journalist continues.

    That is why.
    The Saudis have no nuclear industry, they are only going to create it.
    At the same time, nuclear power plants and the creation of nuclear weapons are tasks of varying degrees of complexity. In order to create nuclear weapons from 0, they need decades.
    And work of this magnitude will not go unnoticed.
    About "buy from Pakistan" - nonsense. These are not fucking hamburgers, no one will sell these toys.
    And the potential seller will first of all think not about where and from whom it can come up and not even about how it will be nice if this toy cries near its borders, but about what will happen to him if this scam opens.
  13. Winnie76
    Winnie76 26 February 2016 07: 41
    +4
    Quote: Andrey Yurievich
    by the simple logic of things, now the peace-loving and democratic armed forces of the United States must attack the Saudis with all their might, because this is not even the notorious "test tube", but a very specific "declaration", but for the "bazaar", you need to answer! So?

    Yes, we are waiting for sanctions ... as with Iran
  14. Averias
    Averias 26 February 2016 07: 42
    +6
    This non-docking alerted me: "Yes, yes, we have a nuclear bomb, we bought it. We are about to test it." Hmm, tests are carried out when there is a proprietary development, it is understandable. And if they bought it, then why experience that? After all, the cost of the device is clearly not $ 100, hence the question - why? Does the question arise for organizations controlling the proliferation of nuclear materials? This is what it turns out, nuclear weapons are now trading like in a bazaar or what?

    PS Moreover (this is about testing now) the consequences of the use of nuclear weapons in the desert have long been tested and comprehensively described. Or what, the Arabs and the "wind rose" bought in addition?
  15. regdan
    regdan 26 February 2016 07: 43
    +6
    The presence of nuclear weapons does not mean steepness. The most important means of delivery, and conversations they can carry nuclear weapons in their suitcases are forested along with commentators. You have no idea how easy it is to detect such suitcases ....
    1. Averias
      Averias 26 February 2016 07: 58
      +4
      Quote: regdan
      The presence of nuclear weapons does not mean steepness. Most important delivery vehicle

      I agree with you. A tactical nuclear mine (for example, a nuclear mine M159, compact, news about 70 kg) does not count, the same Pakistan does not know how to do this. As well as artillery nuclear charges. This means that either a warhead or an aerial bomb remains. Satellite and ground monitoring systems perfectly track the movements of aircraft with nuclear weapons on board. Or will they use a slingshot to carry out the delivery? I don’t dispute the presence of nuclear weapons from the Saudis (unfortunately, you can buy a lot for big money). But delivering nuclear weapons to the target is a little more complicated. How interesting is Israel to the example of this statement?
      1. frekenbok
        frekenbok 26 February 2016 08: 51
        0
        It seems that Saud has no nuclear weapons. they just will not be given to them by the same NATO members, and even then Israel can finally turn inside out and fail. just imagine for a moment that these gentlemen will begin to brandish this club, but what if it swallows? or the answer will fly. here you have 200 bucks oil and not a barrel but a bucket. yeah there is room for fantasies about the end of the world
      2. Jurec
        Jurec 26 February 2016 09: 32
        0
        As for delivery, there was an article on the site saying that sheikhs bought mine-based ballistic missiles from the Chinese. Here is the delivery vehicle.
  16. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 26 February 2016 08: 38
    +2
    the Americans in 1945, the same with a gasp in their voices informed us that they had an atomic bomb. Yes, just did not wait for the effect that was expected. It seems the Saudis are completely baking.
  17. Belousov
    Belousov 26 February 2016 08: 55
    +1
    Yes, Israel will sit quietly, as if they did not know. Are they themselves sitting with someone else's bomb donated in their pocket and will they still be outraged? Especially against the ally? Why, shaw vie!
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 26 February 2016 12: 18
      +3
      This is how the "bloody" Israeli regime can have an atomic bomb, the "black" regime of Saudi Arabia can have a bomb, but Iran cannot.
      And here it’s worth considering more and more publications on the topic -
      !. Saudi Arabia, we will soon have nuclear weapons
      2. Daesh (IG) Al-Nusra terrorists, we will soon have nuclear weapons
      here you can clearly see the "ears" of Tel Aviv who consider Saudi Arabia to be their strategic partner
      Israeli Foreign Minister General: Saudi Arabia is our ally
      Israeli Foreign Minister Dori Gold, speaking at a conference of representatives of Jewish communities in the United States, said that Saudi Arabia has become a strategic ally of the Jewish state.
      http://newsru.co.il/mideast/31jul2015/gold8007.html

      and Israel is very "friendly" towards terrorists who are destroying the people of Syria, and in light of this it becomes clear why the Tel Aviv regime has repeatedly tested "dirty" nuclear weapons, and apparently it wants to transfer them to fanatical killers in Syria or the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia.
  18. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 26 February 2016 10: 25
    +1
    Saud with nuclear weapons is certainly an order of magnitude cooler than a monkey with a grenade. fool
  19. the villain
    the villain 26 February 2016 10: 37
    +3
    Is it just that the desert no longer pleases them? I would like that it was also radioactive ??? We must understand that in our time "enola bugger" will not give a ride
    1. the villain
      the villain 26 February 2016 10: 48
      +1
      Quote: Villain
      "enola bugger"

      Famously interpreted laughing , although, if you think about it, then: "Well, who are they more than this ???" what
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  21. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 26 February 2016 10: 58
    +5
    Yeah, like this, with jokes and jokes, the world is slowly but surely moving towards its end and it doesn’t matter who, where and when, most importantly, to set a precedent, and then no longer stop. but there are practically no opportunities.
  22. alicante11
    alicante11 26 February 2016 12: 00
    +2
    Interestingly, Kimam can’t have a vigorous loaf, but the Saudis can. Who is more dangerous? The Koreans, who besides drumming, marching and combat rhetoric were not marked by anything after the end of the war with amers, or the sponsors of terrorism who are already fighting, are Saudis?
    Urgently need sanctions against the Saudis, stop buying oil and sell nishtyaki, let them again transfer to camels.
  23. alicante11
    alicante11 26 February 2016 12: 02
    0
    In general, tactical nuclear weapons are a filkin letter. Army units are rather weakly sensitive to the use of WMD. And certainly, the use of tactical nuclear weapons will not ensure the strategic success of conventional armed forces. If anything, civilians will suffer. So again there is blackmail, surrender, or we will cut a peaceful man, terrorists are terrorists.
    1. Ze Kot
      Ze Kot 26 February 2016 12: 46
      +1
      Quote: alicante11
      In general, tactical nuclear weapons are a filkin letter.



      By the way, a special warhead for the S-400 would be very useful in Syria ... If suddenly the Turks and Saudis decide on a database.
  24. engineer
    engineer 26 February 2016 12: 17
    +2
    tactical nuclear weapons could well provide a strategic offensive. blow to control points. concentration. communication centers. large warehouses. communications, etc. although civilians will get great.
  25. RomanS
    RomanS 26 February 2016 13: 43
    +1
    What the Saudis succeeded in is having money and saying nothing. Even Western journalists admit it.
  26. tacet
    tacet 26 February 2016 13: 49
    -3
    The Saudis are bluffing. If this were true, Israel would have already raised such a howl.
  27. Mercenary
    Mercenary 26 February 2016 15: 16
    +1
    The Saudis, with a 90% certainty, have several nuclear charges and their "legs" have grown out of Pakistan! Such information has repeatedly flashed on the network and in the VO.
  28. Ozhogin Dmitry
    Ozhogin Dmitry 26 February 2016 15: 45
    0
    Let's say they have charges ... What next? What about the delivery vehicles? Have you bought 300 kilometers from North Korea? But what about de international sanctions? Now you can be silent, because it is not Iran?
  29. friend of animals
    friend of animals 26 February 2016 16: 56
    0
    It's lousy if fanatics have a bomb. Be it Iran or the Saudis. You do not know what to expect from them with their medieval way of thinking.
  30. Earnest
    Earnest 26 February 2016 17: 25
    +1
    Quote: Bongo

    Comrades, what "knapsack ammunition"? A small nuclear charge is not easy to make. No. Pakistan initially relied on the creation of nuclear weapons based on uranium-235, and this device weighs within 1000 kg. The Pakistanis began to produce plutonium relatively recently, and it is unlikely that these charges turned out to be very compact. So, as a means of delivery: plane, armored carrier or truck.

    I don’t know about the Pakistanis, but in 1994 (95 ?, I forgot), as a cadet, I personally met the characteristics and tactics of using American knapsack-based UBs of the brand M-49 and M-79 as a cadet. I still remember their mass, TNT equivalent power, distinguishing features of their appearance and the way to bring them to a safe state. To remove questions about the dimensions of nuclear warheads, I propose to study the performance of the NATO 155 mm caliber projectile, I think that Pakistan is able to reproduce technology more seriously than the achievements of the 1950 years. The USSR was armed with artillery shells and mines for mortars of the caliber 152 mm, 203 mm, 240 mm - up to 2.000 pieces
    1. Navy7981
      Navy7981 26 February 2016 19: 59
      0
      Quote: Earnest
      Quote: Bongo

      Comrades, what "knapsack ammunition"? A small nuclear charge is not easy to make. No. Pakistan initially relied on the creation of nuclear weapons based on uranium-235, and this device weighs within 1000 kg. The Pakistanis began to produce plutonium relatively recently, and it is unlikely that these charges turned out to be very compact. So, as a means of delivery: plane, armored carrier or truck.

      I don’t know about the Pakistanis, but in 1994 (95 ?, I forgot), as a cadet, I personally met the characteristics and tactics of using American knapsack-based UBs of the brand M-49 and M-79 as a cadet. I still remember their mass, TNT equivalent power, distinguishing features of their appearance and the way to bring them to a safe state. To remove questions about the dimensions of nuclear warheads, I propose to study the performance of the NATO 155 mm caliber projectile, I think that Pakistan is able to reproduce technology more seriously than the achievements of the 1950 years. The USSR was armed with artillery shells and mines for mortars of the caliber 152 mm, 203 mm, 240 mm - up to 2.000 pieces


      Perhaps, but rather doubts about Pakistan's capabilities. I think that they were sold nuclear weapons (a huge mistake). It was they who sold, most likely not even the devices themselves, but the production technology of first-generation devices. I just do not believe that the Pakistanis have grown to this. I proceed from the logic - if they did it themselves, then after a short time they would have created the next generation of weapons, as an example: after the first test, both we and the Americans, after 10 years (well, maybe after 20), stuffed the charge into the 152 caliber, and all of them are busy with first-generation bombs, because they themselves did not reach the invention.
      I hope that I am right. Because, how to even think that these scumbags who imagine themselves as the navel of the universe can do something, it’s extremely, let's say, not nice.
  31. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 26 February 2016 19: 22
    0
    So it is necessary to press these "fat" to "weakly" to the last. Let them snarl.
  32. Navy7981
    Navy7981 26 February 2016 19: 45
    +1
    No, the Arabs are still not smart. Do they sincerely believe that possessing 1-2-5 atomic bombs will give them something? Like, after these statements, Russia will certainly wind down the operation and disappear in the snow, somewhere in its north? In the small, at least burdened with the brain, the head of a nomad, who, despite the external signs of civilization, remained between the Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon, the idea simply does not come that nothing can remain of them when trying to use WMD.
  33. misterwulf
    misterwulf 26 February 2016 22: 01
    +1
    I wonder why ukro-Bandera have not yet announced anything like this ?! wassat
    And in general, to buy a "ready-made" atomic bomb - somewhere I've already heard this. Greater delirium cannot be imagined
  34. SlavaP
    SlavaP 26 February 2016 22: 45
    0
    And so I would beware of directly scumbling about the Saudis - they have not counted money and the Americans and packs go to brothers. Hoping for the best but getting ready for the worst. Most likely this is not a joke. But first, you have to react first very diplomatically: they say a violation of the non-proliferation treaty, etc. .. but in general it’s high time to shove the Saudis into the Middle Ages, where they have the right place.
  35. Andrei946
    Andrei946 27 February 2016 17: 22
    0
    Before entering into Syria with the ground-based opera-house, Saudmyam needs to answer one simple question: Did they defeat all the Hussites in Yemen ?! And CAA and SAH are more efficient formations than Husites. The invasion of Syria by the Saudis has one purpose, to dress the ISIS and an-nusra squads in the form of the Saudi army so that their Russian Air Force, SAA and SAG do not completely grind. And at the expense of nuclear weapons, they are not sanctioned by hyaev in any case. Its use will have very far-reaching consequences ... And it doesn’t matter which way the missiles fly. The Saudis themselves understand this. This is also understood by the most frostbitten hawks in Washington. The use of nuclear weapons by any country will create a bad precedent. So and burn the earth in a fire of a nuclear war for long. I think no elite wants this. Nobody can still move to another planet for permanent residence.
  36. DimerVladimer
    DimerVladimer 1 March 2016 15: 07
    +1
    Quote: DimerVladimer
    And who told you that Boeing brought down dill? Or are they so stupid that within 2 weeks before that they shot down their AN-26 (at an altitude of more than 6000 m).
    Do not read Soviet newspapers for breakfast and a smaller zombie man ...


    Of course I understand you - those who put the cons - the truth is she is terrible bloody and impartial.

    I would like to believe that our military masters are infallible and who shot down the handsome AN-26 and who shot down the MH-17 — it was all over, but in real life it could be the same special - that’s how the card went.
    And I’m not saying this with gloating, it worries me that the military leadership of the country where I live is most likely involved in this.
    And I understand that this is part of my fault and all of you who put the disadvantages - only I took this "load" on my conscience, and you continue to believe the fables "that dill" fired at your own Su-25 above which the Boeing went (according to the data of the air situation of the RF Ministry of Defense).

    If you naively believe that our bombs in Syria are correct and selectively kill only terrorists, and the Ovsky bombs are crooked and kill everyone in a radius of destruction, then you are naive amateurs who have no idea about the war.
  37. SlavaP
    SlavaP 3 March 2016 22: 19
    0
    I want to add more. I talked with Pakistani sources - I was even more convinced that this seemed to be true. According to my source, work in this direction began immediately after Navvaz Sharif became prime minister.