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WW3 Saudi Arabia Seeking Nuclear Weapons

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Published on Jul 8, 2012

Good News Report - Saudi Arabia Seeking Nuclear Weapons - deal with Pakistan - nuclear warhead from Islamabad's arsenal for fitting onto a ballistic missile.

WW3 Iran / Saudi Arabia Nuclear Arms Race - Saudi Buying Ballistic Missiles from China

DEBKAfile's military sources report that Saudi Arabia has set its feet on the path to a nuclear weapon capability and is negotiating in Beijng the purchase of Chinese nuclear-capable Dong-Fen 21 ((NATO-codenamed CSS-5) ballistic missile.
China, which has agreed to the transaction in principle, would also build a base of operations near Riyadh for the new Saudi purchases.
As we reported last year, Saudi Arabia has struck a deal with Pakistan for the availability on demand of a nuclear warhead from Islamabad's arsenal for fitting onto a ballistic missile.
Riyadh owns a direct interest in the two most active Middle East issues: Iran and Syria.

With Thanks to DEBKAfile (With Permission)
Original link http://www.debka.com/article/22155/Sa...

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