Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister To Iran: “Enough is enough. We’re not going to let you do this anymore”

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Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister To Iran: “Enough is enough. We’re not going to let you do this anymore”

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir speaks during a press conference with his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh in the capital Amman on July 9, 2015. AFP PHOTO / KHALIL MAZRAAWI (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)

On November 16, Adel Jubeir the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia accused Iran of acting aggressively. During an interview with Reuters, Jubeir said that Saudi Arabia is only reacting to the Iranian “aggression”.

“Any way you look at it, they (the Iranians) are the ones who are acting in an aggressive manner. We are reacting to that aggression and saying, ‘Enough is enough. We’re not going to let you do this anymore’,” Jubeir told Reuters.

During the interview, Jubeir also revealed that Saudi Arabia is consulting with its allies about the strategy they should use against Lebanese Hezbollah “when the time comes”. The Saudi Foreign Minister also accused Hezbollah of being a subsidiary of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and said that in order to stabilize Lebanon, Hezbollah should become a political party only.

“Whenever we see a problem, we see Hezbollah act as an arm or agent of Iran and this has to come to an end,” said Jubeir.

In a related development, a Lebanese source, told Reuters that Lebanon Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri is expected to leave Saudi Arabia for France within 48 hours. After visiting Paris, Hariri will reportedly fly back to Lebanon to officially submit his resignation.

Earlier, Jubeir told reporters during during a joint press conference with French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian in Riyadh that Hariri is free to leave Saudi Arabia.

“Saad Hariri lives in the kingdom by his own will and he resigned. Regarding his return to Lebanon, it is up to him and his assessment to the Lebanese security situation,” Jubeir said.

Jubeir statements regarding Hezbollah and Iran, and Hariri resignation show us that Saudi Arabia is serious about facing Hezbollah in Lebanon. However, Saudi Arabia is clearly not rushing into another war outside of its border, instead Saudi Arabia will likely wait and hope that Israel fire the first round on Hezbollah.

On November 16, Israel said that it’s ready to share intelligence on Iran with Saudi Arabia indicating the behind-the-scene cooperation with Saudi Arabia.

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  • Nigel Maund

    MBS is another dangerous and corrupt crackpot in charge of a highly unstable country heading the world’s largest Monarch family of over 12,000 princes and princesses holding colossal wealth. MBS is now being strongly influenced by the Zionists; especially Israel. His war in Yemen makes him a war criminal of the very first rank and, embarassingly for the KSA it has, despite their overarching military power, been a disaster. Once again we have the same protagonists (i.e., Israel, US, UK and KSA) desperately in search of WW3 to hide their massive crimes and in the KSA’s case their mismanagement of the Saudi economy. The world is now reached its most dangerous state since 1938. The Rothschild’s and their ilk want WW3 to complete their drive for global hegemony. Israel, US, UK and the KSA are their puppets and tools to achieve their evil objectives. The Syria regime change war failed as did the war in Iraq. Now the stakes must be raised to a war in Lebanon and Iran. Let’s see what China and Russia now do………….????….. This time inaction will be impossible as the geopolitical / military stakes will have reached the stratosphere!

    • alejoeisabel

      I believe that Russia and China can sit back and do nothing, and let the rubble fall into place. The protagonists can proceed on their own.

    • FlorianGeyer

      I fear that you are correct on all counts Nigel and this is why the Zionist would be leaders of the world are desperate to plunder the massive resources of Russia, Iran, and other independent minded nations, together controlling with the massive manpower of China that would be de facto slave labour resource and a politically dispensable ‘ NWO Military ‘ to dominate our planet.

      • Nigel Maund

        FG – thanks! I agree and matters are already very bad …… but they’re getting worse fast! These guys are going all out for their Global Hegemony agenda.

        • FlorianGeyer

          The zionist globalists have been playing a long game until recently . Does this indicate that they really do fear an imminent world revolt that could well see these deviants swinging from lamp posts and trees all over the
          globe ?

          Choices, choices, mmmm rope or piano wire :)

          • Nigel Maund

            FG, I agree with you. They are getting very worried that they have not gotten a major war started to cover up their destruction of the world economy through astronomic debts where they have effectively pillaged the world economy on a humungous scale. Their crimes are so gigantic and global in reach including: the rape of all the economies of the world, acquisition of all major assets from property, natural resources, companies to land at pennies on the dollar; peadophilia of an industrial scale; creating wars for their own purposes in which they have often financed both sides for money and then decide to determine the most suitable outcome for them, regardless of the killing of millions of people and massive destruction of infrastructure and property; child prostitution and murder for entertainment and the dreadful list goes on and on. These people are real demons of the very worst kind. Killing them is almost too good for them. Now they are worried that the immensity of their wealth and crimes will emerge and the Devil will be finally unmasked for all the world to gape at in absolute disbelief at how they have been folled for so long and in utter horror at the scale of their evil.

          • FlorianGeyer

            It never ceases to astound me that often intelligent people refuse to acknowledge the crimes of this pernicious cult that in today’s society are mainly Zionists.

            The people will eventually wake up to the reality of being cheated and abused and when that occurs the scenes will be very ugly as ‘ Hell Hath No Fury as ‘ a people’ scorned ‘.

    • goingbrokes

      Mostly agree with what you say. I would only say that the targets for war are not Iran, Hezbollah, or even Lebanon. The reason is that those are now what can be characterised as hard targets. Remember why they invaded Iraq, “because it was the low hanging fruit”, in other words a soft target with enormous resources. My guess is that they will turn primarily towards Africa, as they see it as a softer target than the ME, with large amount of known resources.

  • alejoeisabel

    The issue is ground troops. Who is willing to deploy ground troops. Only Iran, Hezbollah and Syrian Arab Army are more than willing to send ground troops. Israel was defeated by Hezbollah in 2006. Its only experience since is fighting against women and children in Gaza. Saudi Arabia’s military experience is only sending Al Qaeda to do its head chopping, and it has failed miserably in Yemen. It appears to me that Israel and Saudi Arabia are in a state of panic.

    • Nigel Maund

      Israel and the KSA are in a State of Panic and mood for war come what may. Don’t underate Israeli forces despite their recent defeat by Hezbollah. For Israel the stakes are already high and they are dangerous at the best of times. Remember their key backers, the Rothschild’s clan, who with Chaim Weizman and Arthur Balfour created (in 1912) the conditions necessary to create the State of Israel after WW2 in 1948. The Zionists waged a two year terrorist war with Avriham Stern’s “Stern Gang” whose key members were David Ben Gurion, Golda Meir, Menachim Begin, Shimon Peres and Moshe Dayan. These are the hard line Zionists of which Benny Netanyahu is “a chip off the old block”. The French, to spite the US and UK over their decision not to return former French colonies Syria and Lebanon to France in 1946, equipped Israel with the atomic bomb. Israel is reputed to have at least 200 hydrogen bombs deliverable by missiles and by air launched cruise missiles. Therefore, in the event of a serious setback on the battlefield, they can resort to both tactical / battlefield and strategic nukes and chemical and biological warfare. Hence, they are extremely dangerous as they will not be shy to use them.

      The real danger is this – The New World Order (read Rothschild’s and their coterie of plutocratic acolytes) want war to achieve their grab for global hegemony. Russia, China, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon now stand in the way of achieving this objective. Furthermore, the vastly overindebted western world is set to financially implode and leaks by Wikileaks have exposed the full scale of their manipulation of the markets, their pre- occupation with evil and evil practices under weird satanistic cults and their propogation and promotion of wars for profit , the grabbing of resources and other assets and, last but not least, their accumulation of power. If these people achieve their hideous / evil objectives we will all live to regret it.

      • Rafik Chauhan

        if Israel fire one nuke it will be the end of Zionist from tis world . not even one is left.

        • FlorianGeyer

          I hope so.

        • Nigel Maund

          I very much doubt it – but understand your sentiments.

      • Matt Lazarus

        Russia and China are vast countries with huge populations. They’re both playing very smart games. China is expanding–economically, militarily–at extremely rapid pace. China holds enormous reserves of US Treasury bonds–a Damocles sword over US and US economy. Israel has already said they will not start a war–a ground war–against Hezbollah, at least for now. Rough terrain, and like the US, Israeli people have low tolerance for casualties. I think there will be more threats, more bellicose speeches, a lot of sound and fury–but strongly doubt either Saudi Arabia or Israel will go to war–against Hezbollah, against Syria, or against Iran. And strongly doubt that US, despite Trump’s heated rhetoric, will send ground forces in any larger numbers back into Middle East. What we’re looking at today is simply a new status quo (which is, actually, not so different from status quo previous to invasion of Iraq and creation of ISIS/ISIL). Iran is in somewhat stronger position. Russians have reaffirmed their support for Syria. Hezbollah remains dominant political group in Lebanon. For all the huffing and puffing by US, Saudis and Israelis, Europeans will probably go along with this new status quo, as it means refugees, at least substantial numbers, can return to their homes.

    • Bob

      Saudi Arabia uses mercenaries – in both Syria (proxy Jihadist factions) and Yemen (any state that needs cash and offers up their soldiers, Sudan etc). The Saudi military is ruled by al-Saud family nepotism and clan loyalty, not merit and competence, this means a poor and distrustful chain of command and very questionable commitment from lower ranks in any actual combat. Their air force requires British and US operations officers and maintenance engineers to actually operate in Yemen due to gaping lack of proficiently trained Saudi’s. The al-Saud’s have an expensively equipped military and well advertised complete US protection for their regime – but there is absolutely no evidence to suggest the Saudi’s can seriously wage any form of successful offensive warfare.

      • Matt Lazarus

        Saudi Arabia is incapable of waging war in any real sense of the term. It has never allowed its citizens to acquire the educations necessary to administer a modern state, run modern corporations, or man a modern military. Despite possession of vast array of advanced weaponry, Saudis do not possess the knowledge or expertise required to use it. Ask any European or American who’s worked in Saudi Arabia. The country is stuck in the Dark Ages–educationally, culturally, technologically–and you can be certain Prince Mohamed, who like his predecessors relies on torture and butchery to maintain control, has no real intention of ending this state of affairs..

        • zman

          My father worked in KSA after the Sauds bought their first round of F-15s (Peace Sun II) under Reagan’s auspices, which was implemented with the help of Israel. We came home with many stories that reflect exactly what you have stated…The Sauds paid dearly for this work, but were left with incompetence. Their biggest problem? The ones being ‘instructed’ were mostly extended members of the royals (officers)…they were above being educated by infidels, so they had proxies to be taught. Problem? Proxies were not given ranks and certification of their training…that went to the Sauds that hired them as proxies, who couldn’t perform any of the duties assigned to them. It was common for these dumb asses to have collisions with ground objects and never get off the ground. Obviously this has changed somewhat, but judging from their success in Yemen, it hasn’t changed dramatically. The one thing that stood out about the Saudi military was their incompetence and that has definitely not changed…when it came to the people of KSA, they mostly did not like us (infidels and friends of the HoS), we did not venture out of compounds without protection and it was clear from those that were friendly that the royals would all be dead in a day if they did not have brutal policing. The House of Saud was hated by their people. My father had also previously worked in Iran in the mid-late 70s. His impression of the Iranians was that they were not only much smarter, but very friendly and eager to learn. If KSA and Israel have intentions of attacking Hez/Lebanon/Iran…they better hire a lot more proxies…or get NATO involved somehow.

          • Joao Alfaiate

            The key is to get Uncle Schmuel involved-just like in Irak.

          • goingbrokes

            Thanks for that, excellent insights.

        • Bob

          Agreed – the only logical conclusion is that al-Saud’s truly fear idea of an educated and merit based officer corps, or wider population for that matter, outside of their immediate clan control, and actively choose to not invest in creating a competent chain of command.

    • Thegr8rambino

      Yes exactly my friend, they are reacting from a state of fear and a position of weakness. Their efforts in Syria and Iraq have failed and now are attempting to accelerate their plans. Unfortunately for them, Iran and allies are more than ready to put them out of their misery for good!

  • Melotte 22

    I cannot wait for this backward state to implode through either civil war or economic collapse. It is an absolute disgrace for humanity.

    • Thegr8rambino

      I will literally host a party lmao

  • ruca

    Before you start swinging, you might want to remove that table cloth from your head. Otherwise you might not see the decapitating left hook coming.

  • Rafik Chauhan

    the world is tiered of you Mr. Jubier bcuz of your lies and whoever listen to you is dumd and illetrete. Iran and Hezbollah are still trying to have normal relation with fake muslim like Saudi.appreciate that but if Saudi try to pour more fuel to the fire with the help of Zionist then your days re numbered.

  • Enkidu

    He looks extremely jewish

  • Matt Lazarus

    lol — Iraq lost, Syria lost, Yemen about to be lost. Saudis in all their decadence and barbarity have lost touch with real world. Saudi regime has never provided Saudi people with proper educations (as it has always been afraid of the consequences) and, as a result, has a non-functioning military (their only function is to redistribute oil wealth and buy expensive advanced weaponry, which they do not know how to use, from US, UK, France, Israel, Germany, etc.) Ask any American or European who’s actually worked in Saudi Arabia about Saudi technical expertise. LOL.

  • John Mason

    Saudis can’t even defeat with foreign help the Yemens, they have no hope at all in defeating Iran and even a lesser possibility if supported by the US. Saudi camel jockies.

    • Matt Lazarus

      They’re trying to get the US, who probably said No, and the Israelis, who are not yet ready and not quite sure how to go about it, to do it for them.

  • Turbofan

    “Enough is enough. We’re not going to let you do this anymore ”

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..What a joke

    • FlorianGeyer

      That’s what happens when one emulates the actions of others and in this case the ‘Professional Victims’ of Israel :)

    • goingbrokes

      Lol – a bully is acting like he’s being bullied. The language coming from Israel and Saudi is almost identical – “We’re not going to let you to do that…”

  • You can call me Al

    If he isn’t a fag, I shall drink a glass of water.

    I saw his interview on the telly today; laughable; the guy is an inbred and a fag.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Probably a paedo as well.

      • You can call me Al

        Well, no offense, but that goes without saying.

        • FlorianGeyer

          I was not being as succinct as you Al.
          Shame on me :)

          • You can call me Al

            lol

  • slayern2

    Hah ‘enough is enough’ – committing genocide in Yemen, arming terrorists in Syria, kidnapping foreign prime ministers… and this sh*thead dares to say ‘enough is enough’?

    • Joao Alfaiate

      Attacking the Yemen was really, really stupid. The Saudis should have at least considered all the problems the Egyptians had there in the 50s. Do the Gulf Arabs have any ground forces capable of fighting a guerrilla war? I doubt it. The gov’t of Yemen can’t even control Yemen and a bunch of spoiled, rich kids from the Gulf are going to succeed? The Yemen war is showing the Saudis to be incompetent, brutal fools. They’re stuck to the Yemeni tar baby and looking worse with each passing day.

  • John

    It is hard not to laugh, when reading comments like that from the KSA FM. That is not how they have been doing things, since at least the 1970’s. What is very sobering, is that the FM probably believes his own perception. A good day to all.

  • Angelo Cinarelli

    I hope Israel and KSA will explode soon. They are the Cancer of this world. I hope Russia and China will support Iran, Iraq and Lebanon. Only Russia can save the world from these Sionist war CRIMINALS.

    • Thegr8rambino

      They definitely will.

  • Tommy Jensen

    US/UK is pulling the strings in Saudi. If anyone is going into a first shot against Iran it will be Saudi as cannonfodder for certain.
    Saudi is already planned in the grand plan to be balkanized and they have a pistol poiting at their heads as US/UK controle all Saudi military.

  • Thegr8rambino

    Hahahaha these mongoloids can’t even conquer Yemen and their pathetic little daesh buddies have been ended in Syria and Iraq and they think they can stop Iran??? Sit the fuck down jubeir!!! You and your ilk are nothing but useless pustules!!!!