British weapons to Saudi Arabia, stop it


This video says about itself:

Chemical Weapons Deal Only A Hiccup For Saudi Goals In Syria

12 September 2013

Toby Jones: Saudi Arabia is interested in ousting Assad, but not [in] a popular government taking his place.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Activists call for end to arms sales

Tuesday 20 January 2015

Peace campaigners demanded an end to arms sales to Saudi Arabia yesterday after Riyahd bowed to international pressure delaying [a] blogger’s 1,000 lash sentence.

Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) accused the coalition government of promoting the Saudi regime by issuing arms licenses worth £3.8 billion.

Saudi Arabia is an authoritarian state with an appalling human rights record”, said group spokesman Andrew Smith.

Saudi blogger’s wife: I feel destroyed but I will not sit in a corner and cry: here.

KING ABDULLAH’S DEATH REVERBERATES THROUGH MIDDLE EAST“Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Adbul Aziz died early Friday, setting the stage for a transition of power at a critical moment as the key U.S. ally in the Middle East struggles with falling oil prices and rising Islamist violence.” A wild succession process has put Crown Prince Salman in charge, who is reportedly “suffering from dementia.” Top analysts believe the leadership change will not affect the country’s ability to export oil. The King’s death makes Queen Elizabeth II the oldest surviving monarch. [WaPo]

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