Attack on Iran’s nuke sites; Saudis authorize their airspace for Israeli strike

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Muslim Bedouins openly serve the State of Israel.

Whispered in the shadows of power in recent years that the Saudis have come to a secret military alliance with the supposed much hated Israelis. While many Middle East watchers are of the opinion that the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia consider Iran to be a much greater threat than any Jewish government that could ever come out of Jerusalem.

As noted by the Washington Free Beacon on Feb. 25, 2015, Israel’s Channel Two News is reporting that the Saudis have very quietly given permission to the Israelis permission to fly over Saudi airspace in the event the Jerusalem government plans on wiping out Iran’s nuclear weapons facilities. Citing a “knowledgeable” European official in Brussels as stating “The Saudi authorities are completely coordinated with Israel on all matters related to Iran.”

With the Shiites of Iran and Sunnis of Saudi Arabia literally blood enemies, the body count on both sides make the South-Side of Chicago look more like Provo, Utah on a nondescript Wednesday night. To up the ante, the Saudis have made clear that the closer the mullahs and ayatollahs in Tehran get to membership into the nuclear club, the diplomats from the House of Saud have already secured tactical nuclear weapons from The Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

On Nov. 6, 2013 the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) cited multiple sources that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has not only invested in Pakistan’s nuclear weapons arsenal, but an anonymous NATO source tells the BBC’s Mark Urban that the Saudis now have Pakistani-manufactured nuclear weapons “sitting ready for delivery.” The Israeli-centric news portal the Debka File of Jerusalem cited on Nov. 17, 2013 that French President Francois Holland and his Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius quietly arrived in Israel’s capital for talks with regional powers concerning aligning the Gallic Republic with the Middle Eastern powers against the Iranian threat.

Possibly signaling more of the areas political goings-on than the average American is aware, Debka File stated matter-of-factly that French leaders are in Jerusalem to determine how their country could incorporate themselves into a military and political alliance with Israel, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, The United Arab Emirates and Jordan. With the latest news to come out of Jerusalem, the alliance may be already in place, however secret. Since the Iranian-allied ISIS terrorists savagely executed a Jordanian Air Force pilot and also 21 Egyptian Christians, both ISIS and the Iranians have gone out of their way to make enemies of both King Abdullah II of Jordan and President al-Sisi of Egypt.

In the oft chance the Pakistani deal should happen to fall through for the the deal initially brokered by the late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, with a wink and a nod it’s clearly understood in the shadowy world of realpolitik that the Saudis will give any assistance to the Israelis needed to unleash as many of their estimated 200 nuclear devices in Iran as needed. And the Iranians have plenty to worry about. Other than Israel’s vaunted IDF Air Force, the Israeli Navy maintains a small but extremely lethal submarine fleet that is more than capable of launching nuclear-tipped cruise missiles almost the entirety of the Iranian nation.