Saudi Arabia opposes Iranian nukes

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January 16, 2006 15:17

 
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Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said he opposed any attempt by Iran to develop nuclear weapons, but alleged the West was partly to blame for Tehran's nuclear program. In an interview broadcast Monday by the British Broadcasting Corp., Prince Saud al-Faisal said Western nations' failure to stop Israel from becoming a nuclear power "has done the damage we are all suffering from now." In a separate interview with the Times of London, al-Faisal said: "Nobody mentions that Israel has 100 nuclear weapons in stock, even through it is an open secret." Click here to read more.


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