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01-20-2016, 07:40 AM
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Saudi Arabia: A lonely Tweeter....

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    Nowadays, Saudi Arabia is wading into deep waters without a life jacket. All its political strategies are turned up-side-down after the shift in the American policy towards its long-time nemesis: I.R. Iran. Even, seeking full support from the very close Gulf Countries Council had come short, with clear disappointing results! Only Bahrain had agreed to severe full ties with Iran. Others were satisfied with calling their ambassadors back with keeping the Iranian ambassador safe at bay. While the worst response of them all is the Omani silent approach which was satisfied with denouncing the Iranian act in some mild words. The only full support came from those whom I call as the needy coalition: Sudan, Somalia, Djibouti, and Comoros Islands.

    However, I do believe the symptoms which had struck the Saudis are going to spread through the other Gulf countries are self-inflicted! A silent, well-crafted, and deliberate immigration trend from Iran to the Gulf countries had been going without being checked, through the span of the last century. The outcome of such trend is clearly manifest in the recent demographic structure of almost all of the Gulf countries with noticeable majorities in countries like Oman, Kuwait, UAE, and Bahrain! It is only a matter of time; these sleeping Shite cells will declare publicly its demands for a piece of the cake in the rule of these countries with an over-whelming western support. They had been working silently towards nurturing their goal within the fragile Sunni components of these countries. The ruling families had been more involved in caring for their personal ambitions and were not paying attention to this threatening earthquake. The blind support of the Saudis ruling family to the American policies through the last seven decades, gave them fake assurances that they would not been left alone in the future. They had never thought of an alternative political strategy of their own in case they were abandoned by the Americans. Even when the late President Reagan called King Fahad for a visit to the white house in 1985 whom were told bluntly that America does need friends anymore from Arab countries and it needs only: agents. It could have been the waking call for the Saudis for at least to create back-up strategy!

    The Saudi regime had never created a genuine development scheme in Yemen since its independence. On the contrary, it bankrolled the regime of Ali Salih to fully arm his own controlled army which laid havoc on the Yemeni people during their own popular rising. The Saudis had never supported developments in any country of the Needy Coalition which had come to its rescue nowadays. The Saudi money could have created a solid arms industrial base in countries like Sudan which could have come to its backing with a real power. It is the irony that the military arms industry in Sudan was created and financed by the Iranians!!! When I visited Iran ten years ago, the industrial quest was just started and the country was manufacturing like five types of cars at the time. Even the poor country of Sudan had initiated the manufacture of his own cars. The Saudis with their abundant money had never started in the manufacture of a single type of car, though they have the means to do so. Of-course, all of the money had gone to the land of no return, to be invested in the United States of America. It is about time for the Saudi regime to acknowledge their short comings and try to work harder to stitch the big holes in their ibayas. It is the time to swallow part of their pride and accept the leadership of Turkey’s Ordogan with the other coalition of the willing among Muslim nations rather than strolling with a weak coalition of the needy. At least, it would restore some of their fading away dignity and respect!

    It is Saudi Arabia under the leadership of the Americans which had gathered the support to invade Iraq and toppled Saddam. At the spur of the moment, had the regime ever thought of alternatives to the fall of Saddam regime at that time! The happy beneficiary of the mess that followed Iraq invasion is I.R. Iran without losing a single penny in the Desert Storm war. Ethnic cleansing of the Sunni population is alive by all means in Iraq and Syria with the silent blessing of the whole world. The wishes of the Saudis and partners in Syria had never materialized because of the reluctant of the American and the west to topple an Alawi shite regime which had proved to be a security buffer zone to the Israelis. To complicate a peaceful scenario towards the solution of the Syrian conflict, the Israelis had brought the Russians with their heavy armaments to save the falling Alawi regime while the Saudis are impotent to change the status-quot and neither they were able to bring the Americans to their own side.

    I do believe that the Saudis had failed completely in their utmost drive to fill the leadership vacuum in the Arab world or the Islamic countries coalition. Therefore, in the short term, the Saudis regime might still capture some of the American and western support but if the woes continue unravel, the Americans would definitely wash their hands of these family businesses in the Gulf and try to create a different ruling class which is ready to shake hands with their new partner: The Persians!!

    (Edited by إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان on 01-20-2016, 07:57 AM)
    (Edited by إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان on 01-20-2016, 07:59 AM)
    (Edited by إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان on 01-20-2016, 10:40 AM)

                  

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