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From daily News Line in Britain:
Friday, 27 July 2012
The recent meeting between King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and Ashraf in Jeddah, discussed the nuclear situation in the Gulf area.
The meeting came after Saudi Arabia began sending its special forces to Pakistan for special military training.
It is an open secret that the Saudis bankrolled Pakistan’s nuclear programme, in the 1970s and 1980s, which involved getting hold of top secret US information and now wants some reciprocity in the shape of readymade nuclear weapons, in exchange for major Saudi financial aid for the Islamabad government.
Christopher Clary and Mara E Karlin, former US Defence Department policy advisers on South Asia and the Middle East, have publicly suggested: ‘Pakistan and Saudi Arabia may find that renewed military and nuclear cooperation is the best way to secure their interests.
‘As the United States re-examines its military posture toward South Asia and the Middle East in the context of its withdrawals from Iraq and Afghanistan, it must explicitly consider the possibility of a Saudi-Pakistan nuclear bargain.’
Their comments came in the wake of Abdullah’s surprise July 19 appointment of Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the kingdom’s ambassador in Washington in 1983-2005 and a veteran of its security policy, as new Saudi intelligence chief.
Bandar is said to have played a key role in the clandestine arming of Afghan militants during the 1979-89 Soviet invasion through Pakistan’s intelligence service.
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