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    Sunday Times: Saudi Arabia appoints Pakistani general to lead an Islamic NATO against Iran

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     Sunday Times: Saudi Arabia appoints Pakistani general to lead an Islamic NATO against Iran Empty Sunday Times: Saudi Arabia appoints Pakistani general to lead an Islamic NATO against Iran

    Post by Rocky Sun 02 Apr 2017, 4:33 am


    Sunday Times: Saudi Arabia appoints Pakistani general to lead an Islamic NATO against Iran
    Sunday April 2, 2017 8:33


    News / Baghdad
    The Sunday Times newspaper published a report singled out in its edition on Sunday, indicates that Saudi Arabia has appointed a former Pakistani general to manage a new military alliance to counter the influence of Iran 's growing in the area of the Middle East .

    The report says that the Crown Saudi Crown Prince and Minister of Defense young and ambitious, Mohammed bin Salman , was appointed by General Rachel Sharif, former chief of staff of the Pakistani army, the management of what looks like a "NATO head of the NATO - Islamic", and believes that this appointment salutes Prince Mohammed 's efforts to attract support and the support of many Islamic countries for this project.
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    The report adds that Prince Mohammed, aged 31, put himself at the forefront of a young generation of Saudis determined to stand particularly Iran, as well as the removal of the Kingdom of the danger of the "Daesh".

    The Sunday Times report shows that US President Donald Trump may support these plans at a meeting in the White House last month.

    The report says that Sharif will take office this month, and the talks on Taanah began after stepping down from his post in the Pakistani army last November.

    He adds that it is being built to the headquarters of the NATO command near Riyadh, it will be equipped with the latest equipment, and courtyards and extensive reviews of the military, military barracks and luxury.

    The report cites the entire world, of the Royal United Services Institute (see U ISI) specialist in international security and defense research, as saying that "the Saudis have prepared the necessary funds for the alliance, and now need experts to activate it."

    The world sees that the Sheriff general is very popular for his leadership and respect for the Pakistani army, which is one of the largest armies outside NATO and allied with him.


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