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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. Armstrong

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    Derby County - You've got to be kidding me ! :o:

    You'd be better off supporting something like the Al-Ahli FC ! :whistle:

    Though I confess that I too have soft-spot for smaller clubs ! :ashamed:

    Ipswich Town ! :kiss3:
     
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    mothers at home with respect , A-rab .

    the same thing is going on in syria and iraq :D

    u cant do shyte but burn :D remember ? LOLz
     
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    K-urd.:lol:
     
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    Not until you liberate half of Syria. :) .. Actions speak louder than words, you know?

     
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    The Kurds are putting up a good fight against these retards. Why do Arabs hate Kurds so much? They should cooperate with Kurds.
     
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    those khawarij are ,moving openly in 4x4 trucks.... why cant iraqi air force and gunships are targeting them?? what happen to iraqi showcase army?
     
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    Non-existing.

    Those women below should do the fighting instead. They would do a better job.



    This can happen when a country is ruled by imcompetent retards that have never ruled anything but always have been ruled by outsiders or Iraqi Sunni Arabs.

    The imcompetence is unbelievable.

    Arabs don't hate, like, love or care about Kurds. Only people in Iraq and Syria do. Most others don't even know who or what they are.

    KSA should seal the entire border with mines btw. Aside from that well-monitored fence. Anything trying to move into KSA would thus be blown up or eliminated by land forces or the RSAF.
     
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    K-urds are for sure taking a toll on your A-rabic nose sticking program undergoing in iraq , dont they ?

    :D

    dont blame me brother , thats just how we roll :D

     
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    What gets you the impression that I care about stateless K-urds fighting against ISIS in Syria? I don't. Besides if you were so good when it comes to fighting you would have had your own country. Something that never was the case.

    Sorry.

    Soon there will be a war between the pathetic and imcompetent Iraqi regime led by Al-Maliki and your Tarzani. We will just watch on the sidelines and enjoy the show.;)
     
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    Saudi Arabia Seeks to Protect Mecca after ISIS Destroys Iraqi Religious Sites - Reports

    MOSCOW, August 4 (RIA Novosti) - Saudi Arabia is seeking help from Pakistan and Egypt to protect its borders and religious sites from attacks by the Islamic State (IS), formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), the International Business Times reported.

    "The kingdom is calling in favors from Egypt and Pakistan. No one is certain what ISIS has planned, but it's clear a group like this will target Mecca if it can. We expect them to run out of steam, but no one is taking any chances," the International Business Times wrote Sunday citing an adviser to the Saudi government.

    The jihadist group started a large-scale offensive against Iraq’s Shiite government led by Nouri Maliki in June, aiming to seize Baghdad.

    Militants have destroyed several prominent religious sites in the Iraqi city of Mosul, some 400 kilometers (nearly 250 miles) north of Baghdad, over the past weeks. The group defended their actions by saying, "The demolition of structures erected above graves is a matter of great religious clarity," according to Agence France-Presse.

    Among the levelled sites were some of the main mosques, the Nabi Yunus shrine (Tomb of Jonah) and a shrine to The Prophet Seth. Eleven sites of Christian worship have been destroyed, including the Chaldean archdiocese, as well as the Diyala Province Library, where approximately 1,500 books were burnt.

    About 4,000 cultural heritage sites in Iraq are under immediate threat of being lost, as the ongoing conflict between the Islamic State and local religious groups leaves them open to looting, said Alex Nagel, a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.

    On July 16, an official Iraqi delegation asked UNESCO for immediate help. On July 17, UNESCO held a consultation with Iraqi and international experts and agreed on an Emergency Response Action Plan to preserve Iraq’s cultural heritage.

    With Syrian and Jordanian borders under strong Islamic State control, Saudi Arabia is afraid its southern border may become the group's next target, according to the International Business Times.

    Islamic State Sunni militants proclaimed their group, previously known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), a “caliphate” and changed the group’s name to the Islamic State (IS) on June 29, after weeks of fighting in Iraq and Syria and the seizure of vast territories in the two countries.

    Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has claimed global religious authority over all Muslims. The organization was involved in the civil war in Syria, fighting against the government of President Bashar Assad.

    The jihadist group has been added to terrorist organization lists by the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Saudi Arabia and the United Nations. The Islamic State has been accused of multiple killings, kidnappings and torturing.

    Saudi Arabia Seeks to Protect Mecca after ISIS Destroys Iraqi Religious Sites - Reports | World | RIA Novosti
     
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    Torturing is not the answer, they will only create a more resilient enemy. Also to do torture this makes them no better than ISIS themselves. Sun Tzu said more than 2300 years ago, treat your prisoners well, there is no reason why they can't become your allies in the future.
     
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    You can't really argue or reason with people like that. Did we reason with our scum back in the 2000's or are we doing that today? Neither. But I get your point nevertheless. I am not sorry for them if they are indeed ISIS and guilty of crimes.

    Anyway have you noticed those false and ridiculous claims of the Saudi Arabian government stationing Pakistani and Egyptian troops on the Northern borders?:lol:
     
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    Even though this in the video isn't anywhere near the level of torture ISIS does it still is something that wouldn't be done by a professional military, but then take into consideration that Iraq's armed forces of today aren't a professional force as the soldiers are untrained and the commanders have proven to lack all the military knowledge there is.

    Treating prisoners well used to happen in the past
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    then they escape and start beheading again, executing ( without torture ) is the only effective measure.

    That's good advice from Sun, but I think he means enemies such as neighboring states who you can have a conventional war with then make peace, not a virus like this.