Originally Posted by jiveturkey
I watched The Battle for Syria last night. Learned quite a bit.
One of the more interesting facts was this being a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which leads me to believe that SA doesn't like the idea of a nuclear Iran. Will they do anything about it? Or are they also looking to outsource the work?
They don't have much capability to do something about it, but it's widely believed that they would quietly support such an action and look the other way if something like an Israeli flyover was required.
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