The US will sale Neclure site to Saudi Arabia but that will be a target for Yemen ballistic missiles


The US has  reportedly planed to sale Saudi Arabia neclure program.These plannes sparked uproar around the world as it raised fresh worries about a country which is home to the extremist Wahhabi ideology, having inspired such terrorist groups such as Daesh, Nusra Front and al-Qaeda

 On the other hand, this program will be one of Yemen ballistic missiles preferred targets. Yemeni forces targeted the $20 billion Barakah nuclear power plant in Abu Dhabi’s far western desert with a winged cruise missile

Saudi Arabia’s bloody war on Yemen has killed and injured over 600,000 civilians, including more than a quarter of a million children, since it’s onset in March 2015, and it shows no signs of letting up

Though the UAE denied the attack, later saying the country “possesses an air defense system capable of dealing with any threat of any kind.” In a statement, authorities in the UAE told residents “not to pay attention to such rumors disseminated by media agencies issuing false news that question the UAE’s capabilities, strength and security

Following the outcry, a Saudi journalist with ties to the royal family, Louai a-Sharif, released a video statement aimed at Israelis and delivered in Hebrew

In the video statement, a-Sharif said that any potential nuclear weapons program in his country would not target Israel

Israel has reportedly drawn a number of “red lines” it expects the United States to observe regarding a deal being finalized for the sale of nuclear reactors to Saudi Arabia

According to Israel’s Channel 10 News, Israeli officials have realized that they would not be able to thwart the deal because of billions of dollars which it would bring in profit to the US

Israel’s energy minister and top nuclear official Yuval Steinitz met with his US counterpart Rick Perry in Washington and presented him with a series of steep demands about the need to keep a strict tab on the kingdom’s activities

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman raised eyebrows when he told CBS in May that his country was prepared to pursue nuclear weapons