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Saudi king ‘repeatedly requested’ US attack Iran says Wikileaks

Included in 250,000 documents being released by WikiLeaks this week was a secret diplomatic cable that indicated Saudi King Abdullah had urged the US ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker, to use force to stop Iran's nuclear program.

According to the document, Abdullah repeatedly requested that the US attack Iran. Other leaked documents also described how other Arab countries pushed for military action.

One cable said the Saudi king "frequently exhorted the US to attack Iran to put an end to its nuclear weapons program," the British newspaper Guardian reported.


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I bet a lot of Americans will wonder what Saudi Arabia has to do with Iran.

It's a question we shouldn't even be involved with.

oh boy..

this is stinky!! 2012 cant get here fast enough. RON PAUL 2012

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It's clearly not just the

It's clearly not just the Israeli government that wants Iran to get bombed...

Not Suprising

The Saudis will be furious that this got out.