Saudi Arabia ‘destabilising Arab world’, German intelligence warns – Telegraph

Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen was driven by a desire to show the country was “willing to take military, financial and political risks in order not to fall behind in regional politics”.
The overthrow of Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad remains a priority for the kingdom, the BND says.
Saudi Arabia has previously been accused of supplying arms and funding to jihadist groups fighting in Syria, including Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

via Saudi Arabia ‘destabilising Arab world’, German intelligence warns – Telegraph.

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