US removes useless Patriot anti aircraft defenses from Saudi Arabia
In its six years in Saudi Arabia, the American missile defense has failed to stop more than 300 ballistic missiles and more than 100 drones attacking Saudi oil rigs by Yemeni rebels.
Against the backdrop of the total failure of American weapons, the United States removed its useless air defenses from positions in the Middle East, but did not announce the next location of the anti-missile system.
Various sources suggest that air defense will be aimed at curbing threats emanating from Asia, in particular from China, but this theory has not been officially confirmed. Most of the evidence indicates that US developments in missile interception are highly ineffective.
Despite the fact that American scrap metal has failed to protect the oil fields that the Saudis have taken over for several years, Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal was upset that the United States was weakening military support for allied countries in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia also fears military activity from Iran, which, after the Taliban terrorists seized Afghanistan, received part of the military equipment abandoned by American soldiers.
Faisal said this was a bad time for the US to withdraw missiles, "when Saudi Arabia is the victim of missile attacks and drone attacks, not just from Yemen, but from Iran."
Another strange coincidence was that the removal of the US air defense occurs a few days after the release of the FBI report on the involvement of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks.
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