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Originally posted by Hellmutt
It shouldn't be too hard to prove that he's alive, if he's alive, unless he is hiding somewhere. As far as I can tell, there's no evidence of him being neither alive nor dead.
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by LadySkadi
Yes, he was in the U.S. for treatment, and oddly enough he didn't return to Saudi Arabia when he left here but instead went to Morocco. Maybe what was going on in Egypt had something to do with that...just a guess. Apparently, soon after the Egyptian uprising started, the Moroccan royalty put their military on standby and left for their chateau in France.
The United States plans to sell up to $60 billion worth of jet fighters and helicopters to Saudi Arabia over the next 15 to 20 years to protect against Iran.
The aircrafts will also help Saudi Arabia guard its oil fields.
Andrew Shapiro, the assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs, said the Obama administration did not anticipate any objections to the sale from Israel, traditionally wary of arms sales to nearby Arab countries.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
"This is President Obama. My name is a killing word."
The Rothschilds are ultimately in conrol of the price of oil
A telephone conversation between President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday was unusually tense, a senior Obama administration official confirmed to Fox News.
The discord arises from Saudi displeasure over the Obama administration's handling of the Egyptian crisis. "They have talked about [the necessity of] a dignified exit for Mubarak," said the official. "And they are judging, in their own minds…that we have pushed Mubarak to the side."
According to the kingdom's embassy in Rabat, the king of the House of Saud was recovering in Morocco after undergoing back surgery in the United States late last year. A senior embassy official told the AFP, "I can assure that the health of King Abdullah is excellent and gives no cause for any concern."
Doctors ran to his rescue but were unable to save him. He was pronounced dead, but his death was not reported due to the sensitive conditions that exist in the region. The Saudi Arabian government will reject this claim; but the ball is in their court to prove that he is alive.
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