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Putin meets Saudi prince on political solution in Syria

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Its not like the saudi's can do anything other than send more weapons and ammo to ISIS same with Obama funding terrorists doesnt get you very far.

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Burning bush:

" If Russia can convince the Saudis to pull funding from ISIS and Al Qaida it's game over for the Syrian Rebels, perhaps Putin will offer a sweetened Nuke plant deal or a discount on arms sales. "

I am sure Putin tries that, but there is a snowflakes chance in hell that the Saudis will allow an Iran-friendly Shiite government in Syria. So Putin will just have to keep blowing up the Saudi equipment, and the Saudis will keep pushing their servant Obama to support his "vetted rebels" aka Al Nusra.

Putin and Assad will have to sort out ISIS on the ground against the wishes of Saudi and Obama.

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Hmmm.. not sure these two are going to achieve anything.

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America's Allies Are Funding ISIS - The Daily Beast www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/.../america-s-allies-are-funding-isis.ht... Jun 14, 2014 - The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now threatening Baghdad, was funded for years by wealthy donors in Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, three U.S. allies that have dual agendas in the war on terror.

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Expect some icy temperatures in that room! The Saudis have been supporting and nurturing ISIS for several years, and now Putin comes along and destroys their Sunni takover game. Not happy customers, the royal Saudi family.

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The Royal house of al-Sa'ud does not deal with ISIS or al-Qaida!! In this meeting, they are more concerned with Iran intrusions. Let's hope it moves in this, the right, direction!!

qT

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