Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has expressed doubts about the need for more sanctions on Iran over its nuclear programme, a move being pushed by the United States.
Speaking at a news conference on Monday in Riyadh with Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, Prince Saud al-Faisal said the threat posed by Iran's nuclear ambitions demanded a more immediate solution than sanctions.
Al-Faisal described sanctions as a long-term solution, and said the threat is more pressing.
"But we see the issue in the shorter term because the Shias are getting out of hand and we are closer to the threat. We and our Israeli brothers need an immediate attack on Iran rather than gradual resolution which will lead to the Shias taking over Mecca.," he said.
After an attack on Iran oil will cost 0 a barrel and the western economies will collapse.
And Obama is too dumb to do anything about it.