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Saudi Arabia deploys 30,000 soldiers to border with Iraq

Discussion in 'Arab Defence Forum' started by Arabian Legend, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Altamimi

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    In your FU**ING dreams, and mind your own business
     
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    Will no matter what the harameen should be liberated it shouldn't be under al saud puppets regime rule
     
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    most jordanians are palestinians bcause jordan annexed west bank in 1948-1967, all west bank palestinians automatically given jordanian nationality. many immigrated to jordan, latin america, gcc and egypt

    estimated 60-88% of jordanians are palestinians

    A Palestinian Jordan: Opportunities vs. threats | JPost | Israel News
    Jordan Is Palestinian :: Middle East Quarterly

    original jordanians are Bedouins (urbanized), most people in jordan speak palestinian and don't wear dishdasha. jordanian bedouins speak bedawi and wear dishdasha
     
  4. al-Hasani

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    No, the local Jordanians are not all urbanized Bedouins. Jordan was inhabited by urbanized locals for thousands of years. After all some of the oldest cities in the world are found in Jordan. Where did they emerge from then?

    The locals only shifted to a PARTIAL nomadic lifestyle due to the climatic changes. Even after that they still retained farming when possible which most Beduins did/do for large parts of the year. The exact same thing happened in parts of the Arabian Peninsula and other ancient regions in the Arab world.

    How about the ancient Nabateans? The ancestors of those former Bedouins? Those that built World UNESCO Heritage Sites such as Petra etc.?

    Nabataeans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Many Palestinians themselves trace their ancestry to nearby Jordan in the first place originally.

    Most Jordanians, whether locals or Palestinians wear the traditional dresses.

    Jordanian Traditional Costumes

    The Jordanian shemagh is famous across the Arab world:



    The Palestinians number 50% of the population. Not as many as you write.

    Demographics of Jordan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    My friend @BLACKEAGLE can confirm all I say. He is a native Jordanian from the North of the country.

    Jordanians are wonderful people and moderates. Mostly Sunnis of the Shafi'i fiqh.
     
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    We were saying these things 3 YEARS ago when they were causing havoc in Syria, but everyone decided to deafen their ears when we said that these were a bunch of takfiri terrorists from Chechnya, Libya, Tunisia etc that had nothing to do with "liberating" Syria. Its exactly the same scenario what happened in Libya. Gadaffi was a bastard for sure but at least he kept these f.uckers in check. Now Libya is disintegrating.

    Everyone decided to deafen their ears because they believed it was more important to finish off the Shiites/"nusayris" and turn a blind eye to everything else.
    Well now the cancer has spread into Iraq and has created a major security risk for states like Jordan and KSA.

    Well hopefully now you realize how right we were and that we were not being sectarian. Good f.ucking morning to ya'll and I hope you had a good sleep.
     
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    I think RSAF should extend a hand and bomb ISIS in Iraq. It will help Iraqis, and deter ISIS from invading Jordan and even KSA.

    All Muslims should join hands and send these takfiri fags to hell!
     
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    They can deal with their own mess. ISIS is an Iraqi organization led by Iraqis. They have only grown due to the sectarian policies of the imcompetent loser Al-Maliki. KSA will protects its lands and holy lands and that's it. We won't fight for a regime that is a enemy as of now.

    If they had an army to begin with they might have dealt with their own mess. But they are more busy fleeing or posting photos with them posing with their toy masks.

    Ignore the title as it is several years old and orginates from the time the Americans ruled Iraq:



    Also they can ask their Iranian friends that practically control their imcompetent regime to safe their imcompetent asses.
     
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    Bomb what ? they are no conventional army you'll end up killing civillians.

    Fighter jets have no role in this except for Raqqa where IS has HQ's.
    Drones, Apaches and SU-25/A10 for heavy attack are the right combination.

    America has Apaches in Iraq now, they still have not ruled out action but they're planning/internal disagreement.
     
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    Besides the Iraqi regime hates KSA and most of the Arab world so they would prefer doing latmiya 24/7 for the Iranians than asking KSA for help.

    All those Shia militias would probably just target RSAF and maybe even together with the Iraqi army.

    Bad idea. They should ask the Mullah's.
     
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    Awesome picture. JP-233 (?) FTW!!
     
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    Should be under IRani ayatullis? :D
     
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    I will rule with a harsh hand.
     
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    Saudi Arabia pays money, you Pakistanis then fight their war. Turks dont. Neither Iranis nor others.
     
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    When did Pakistan fight a war for KSA?:lol:

    You are naive if you think that the Muslim world will look silently if Makkah or Madinah is attacked for one or the other reason.

    But that will not happen anyway so no need to discuss it. KSA is more than well-prepared to exterminate groups like ISIS. Today 5 of their likes were eliminated.
     
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    He means, grand mosque seizure