Israel-Gaza latest : Senior Saudi Royal Family Prince, Wades In To Warn The USA
We couldn't care a tinker's cuss what Faux-Fox, and/or any of their lying ilk, might or might not say.
When such a senior member of Saudi Arabia's ruling Royal Family says something so straightforward (and so strongly) as that that follows, then we'd all best pin back our lug-holes and pay attention. Especially, those in the know, in the USA.
Since super-sized-surprise-international-news-wise ~ this is about as big as it gets.
A prominent member of the Saudi royal family is warning the Obama administration that failure to alter US attitudes towards the Arab-Israeli conflict radically would threaten the kingdom’s “special relationship” with the US and could force Riyadh to abandon its own support for a peaceful resolution of the dispute.Read the full (London) 'Financial Times' report right here.
In an article in Thursday’s Financial Times, Prince Turki al-Faisal, former Saudi intelligence chief and former ambassador to Washington", says that if the US wants to continue playing a leadership role in the Middle East and maintain its strategic alliance with Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil producer, it “will have to drastically revise its policies vis-à-vis Israel and Palestine”.
Days after the end of Israel’s three-week Gaza offensive, he says the Bush administration, which supported the onslaught, had left a “sickening legacy in the region”.
And while Saudi Arabia has so far resisted Iranian calls to lead a “jihad” against Israel, “eventually the kingdom will not be able to prevent its citizens from joining the worldwide revolt against Israel”.