Saudi Arabia ready to confront Iran with ‘all strength & determination’

Saudi Arabia ready to confront Iran with ‘all strength & determination’

Tehran seeks to destabilize the entire region, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir proclaimed at a news conference, demonizing Iran and urging the international community to intervene and stop it until it is too late. Claiming that Riyadh wants nothing but peace, the minister stated that the Kingdom stands ready to respond with full force against it arch rival if “the other side chooses war.”

ALSO ON RT.COMUAE says commercial ships targeted by ‘sabotage,’ amid rising Gulf tensionsEarlier on Saturday, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a phone conversation with US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, in which the sides discussed developments in the region and joint “efforts to enhance security and stability.” King Salman meanwhile asked Arab leaders to attend an emergency summit in Mecca on May 30 to discuss attacks against the oil sector, that has with little proof been pinned on Iran.

ALSO ON RT.COMUS wages ‘psychological war’ against Iran – Revolutionary Guards chiefFour commercial ships were damaged off the coast of the United Arab Emirates last Sunday, while several days later oil installations in Saudi Arabia were allegedly targeted by drones. The US used the incident as a convenient pretext to deploy warships and strategic bombers in the region, citing an imminent threat from Tehran to American interests.

Iran denies accusations of any involvement in the attacks on four oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, claiming it has been framed by “radical individuals” who are trying to pull it into a war with the US and its regional allies.

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  1. Concerning:

    I have read on another prophecy site that The saudi’s are going to be embarrassed in a forth coming conflict with Iran and actually lose possession of some oil fields.

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