Im surprised a military coup didnt happen years earlier.
This has come too late and apparently way too weak.
Erdogan will use this to push his new constitution again and may end up the biggest beneficiary from this.
After stoping and hesistating several times due to russia usa truces, hezballah and syrian army are on their way to cutting of aleppos terrorists supplies line from turkey.
If successful and pushed through this will be a key moment.
Those two royals must be in the pro-Naef or anti-Selman camp.
Ben Salman has put his hands into everything and is raking in billions for his appointees and himself.
Problem is, theres no "good guy" in Saudi Arabia. The only organized voices other than the regime there are even more radical islamists that complain Saudi Arabia isnt radical enough.
Ben Salman is rumoured to take some moves to diminish some Wahhabi influence to present himself to the West as as useful...
The states have hampered Syria and Russias advancement in Aleppo and elsewhere for a year now, waiting to artificially create some kind of force that can be their proxy.
Basically the arabs and the west and turkey supported Nusra and Isis which took lands from shiites and Assad, and now they want to wait before slaying the fat goose until they have someone that can reap the benefits from it.
Aleppo wouldve been freed by now but the americans halted it.
The issue isnt...
It seems to me that american elections are 99.99% media and therefore money.Its funny how quick wit in debates counts for so much. Or if some candidate makes some silly mistake (trump excludeD) he immediately tanks in the polls, or if they focus on some silly scandal, etc....
Im sure the palestinians would rather have a few teachers hate them as long as they get billions of yearly american aid, unlimited military support, vetoes in the united nations against anything that hurts them, free reign to occupy territories, be an obligatory ritual for any presidential candidate to kiss their ass, have the media protect them 24/7....
So much antisemitism