December 17, 2013

Saudi Arabia Will Go It Alone

Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, New York Times

The Associated Press

We believe that many of the West’s policies on both Iran and Syria risk the stability and security of the Middle East. This is a dangerous gamble, about which we cannot remain silent, and will not stand idly by.

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TAGGED: Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran

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