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On May 20, 2017, U.S. President Trump and Saudi Arabia's Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud signed a series of letters of intent for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to purchase arms from the United States totaling US$110 billion immediately,[1][2] and $350 billion over 10 years.[3][4] The intended purchases include tanks, combat ships, missile defense systems, as well as radar, communications and cybersecurity technology. The transfer was widely seen as a counterbalance against the influence of Iran in the region[5][6] and a "significant" and "historic" expansion of United States relations with Saudi Arabia.[7][8][9][3][10]
Contents

1 Background
2 Details
3 American and Saudi Arabian government statements
4 Reception
4.1 Domestic response
4.2 International response
5 Impact
6 See also
7 References

Background
See also: Saudi Arabia lobby in the United States

Saudi Arabia is a key U.S. ally in the Middle East.[11][12] Saudi Arabia's security forces have relied on U.S. equipment, training, and service support for decades, officially as a counterbalance to Iranian military influence in the region, and to help protect the Kingdom from extremist attacks. Between 2011 and 2015, Saudi Arabia was the destination for nearly 10% of all U.S. arms exports.[13] In 2016, the Obama administration proposed a series of arms deals worth $115 billion, including warships, helicopters, and maintenance.[14] However, some parts of this deal were blocked by the administration in December 2016 after Saudi Arabia's airstrikes and targeting procedures in neighboring Yemen drew controversy.[15] After Saudi warplanes targeted a funeral in Yemen's capital Sanaa, killing more than 140 people, the Obama administration announced its intention to review U.S. military assistance to Saudi Arabia.[16]

The 2017 deal was partially created with the help of Jared Kushner, son-in-law of and senior advisor to President Trump; Kushner had cultivated relationships with Saudi royalty during the transition and personally contacted Lockheed Martin during the deal-making process.[17][18]
Details

The signing occurred at the Riyadh Summit, and was part of Trump's 2017 series of visits to the Vatican, Saudi Arabia and Israel. It also was related to a $20 billion investment in mostly American infrastructure.[19]

Saudi Arabia signed billions of dollars of deals with U.S. companies in the arms industry and petroleum industry, including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, General Electric, Exxon Mobil, Halliburton, Honeywell, McDermott International, Jacobs Engineering Group, National Oilwell Varco, Nabors Industries, Weatherford International, Schlumberger and Dow Chemical.[20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

Saudi Arabia joined The Blackstone Group in May 2017 in a $40 billion fund to invest in stateside infrastructure projects.[27]
American and Saudi Arabian government statements

The White House hailed the deal as a "significant expansion" of the two nations' "security relationships".[28] The United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson described the deal as "historic" and said that it would counter Iran, and urged them to halt support of destabilizing forces in the Middle East,[29][30] although he hinted the United States would be open to discussions.[31]

In December 2018, the Senators in the US voted to end American military assistance for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. The 56-to-41 vote came after the controversial killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and thousands of civilian casualties in Yemen. Senator Bernie Sanders, who co-wrote the resolution, said it is the first time Congress had used the law to make clear “that the constitutional responsibility for making war rests with the United States Congress, not the White House. Today, we tell the despotic regime in Saudi Arabia that we will not be part of their military adventurism.”[32]
Reception
Domestic response

Tulsi Gabbard—a Democratic Representative from Hawaii—criticized the move, saying that "Saudi Arabia is a country with a devastating record of human rights violations at home and abroad and has a long history of providing support to terrorist organizations that threaten the American people".[33][34] Rand Paul introduced a bill to try to block the plan calling it a "travesty".[35][36][37]

US defense stocks reached all-time highs after the announcement.[38][25][39]

Senator John McCain told Al Jazeera: "The Saudis are in a war in Yemen and they need weapons. You want to win, you need weapons. We are in a war."[40] According to Senator Chris Murphy, "That $110 billion is a mix of old sales and future prospective sales that have not been announced or signed."[40]
International response

Iran – Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei called Saudi Arabia a "cow being milked" by the United States.[41]

Israel – Yuval Steinitz, Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy, and Water Resources, expressed "concern".[42][43]

Saudi Arabia – The Government of Saudi Arabia praised the deal, and it stated that it is a turning point in Saudi–American relations.[44]

Yemen – More than 10,000 Yemeni people protested the deal in Sana'a. Houthis fired a ballistic missile toward the Saudi capital Riyadh.[45][46]
See also: Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen and Blockade of Yemen
Impact
Code Pink protesting senators supporting Saudi arms deal, December 2017

On June 5, 2017, Bruce Reidel of the Brookings Institute wrote that the arms deal consisted of "a bunch of letters of interest or intent, but not contracts."[47] On June 13, the United States Senate narrowly rejected an effort to block part of deal and approved the sale of $500 million worth of American weapons. The approval of the deal was opposed by various lawmakers, including GOP Senators Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Todd Young and Dean Heller, along with most Democrat Senators who voted to advance the measure in order to block the sale, citing the human rights violations by Saudi Arabia in the Yemeni Civil War and human rights violations at home.[48][49] Among the senators who voted against moving the measure to block the sale were Democratics Joe Donnelly, Claire McCaskill, Bill Nelson, Joe Manchin and Mark Warner along with Republicans including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Bob Corker and John McCain.[50]

In August 2018, a laser-guided Mark 82 bomb sold by the U.S. and built by Lockheed Martin was used in the Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a school bus in Yemen, which killed 51 people, including 40 children.[51] Following the civilian casualties in Yemen by the airstrikes conducted by Saudi Arabia, the U.S. suggested putting gun cameras on Saudi and Emirati warplanes to see how strikes were being conducted, but the proposal was rejected by both the Saudis and the UAE. U.S. military officials posted at the coalition war room in Riyadh brought to notice that inexperienced Saudi pilots were flying the warplanes at high altitude to avoid enemy fire, but in turn were putting civilians in danger due to inaccurate bombings.[52]

Through October 2018, the Saudi government had purchased $14.5 billion of arms.[53]

During 2018, Trump made several assertions of how many American jobs the deal would create, including as many as 1,000,000.[54][55]
See also

US–Saudi Arabia AWACS Sale
United States Military Training Mission
Al-Yamamah arms deal

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— -- During his first visit to a foreign nation as president, President Trump announced a massive deal: $110 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia. He called the agreement "tremendous" and bragged about the billions of dollars in investments and jobs that would be brought to the United States as a result.

But the reality is that the U.S. is no where close to receiving that kind of money, at least right now. ABC News found only approximately $25 billion of the $110 billion in the actual pipeline, and future sales are not guaranteed.

"The $110 billion deal that the president announced doesn't really exist," said Bruce Riedel, director of the Brookings Intelligence Project and a former CIA officer, who noted the discrepancy in Trump's announcement in an article Monday for Brookings, which first shed light on this aspect of the deal.

In his article, Riedel wrote, "Instead, there are a bunch of letters of interest or intent, but not contracts. Many are offers that the defense industry thinks the Saudis will be interested in someday."

Riedel described it to ABC News as a "wish list" of what the U.S. would like to sell Saudi Arabia in the next four to five years. But he warns that these intended sales are not contracts, and that the Saudis may be unable to pay.

Declining oil prices and an expensive air campaign over Yemen means the Saudis are no longer flush with cash, Riedel told ABC News.
Trump signs $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on 'a tremendous day'

At the time of Trump's announcement in May, the Pentagon listed six proposed sales to the Saudis that Congress had been officially notified of, required by law for Foreign Military Sales involving defense equipment.

Congressional Notifications alert Congress to a "proposed" or "potential" sale and are associated with Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOA). A LOA is a letter of interest or intent from another nation to purchase American military hardware.

In total, the six possible sales are valued at about $23.7 billion. Five of the six notifications were announced during the Obama administration, some as far back as 2013.

Since then, three additional Saudi-related Congressional Notifications were issued in late May and early June. These potential sales involve training and radar systems sales and total roughly $1.7 billion.

All told, the approximate $25 billion in potential sales is far from Trump's claim of $110 billion. The other $85 billion would be categorized as a Memorandum of Intent (MOI), which the Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation Agency describes as "potential future defense capabilities" for the Saudis. Under Trump’s deal, those include "border security and counterterrorism, maritime and coastal security, air force modernization, air and missile defense, and cybersecurity and communications upgrades."

A U.S. official declined to comment to ABC News on the contents of the MOI, but a State Department press release shows they include the Terminal High Altitude Air Defense system (THAAD), the same missile defense system recently deployed to South Korea, as well as ships, helicopters, patrol boats, and associated weapons systems.
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"The arms sale announced between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia is a broad agreement in principle," Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Roger Cabiness told ABC News. "It comprises multiple individual sales over several years, each of which must go through a separate procurement process. These steps include letters of intent, letters of offer, letters of approval, awarding of contract, and delivery. As the terms of these sales are finalized, we will notify Congress and make public the specifics of each transaction."

Cabiness added, "We have a strong relationship with Saudi Arabia, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in promoting regional security."

While one U.S. official categorized Trump's announcement as a “White House trick,” it’s hardly the first time an administration has touted an agreement that was never fulfilled.

In 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Oman, where officials signed a Memorandum of Intent to sell the Omanis a $2.1 billion arms deal, including the delivery of a THAAD missile defense system. Many parts of that deal, including THAAD, have still not been completed.

One of the Saudi-related deals does appear to be on track.

A proposal issued under the Obama administration that was folded into Trump's deal included four frigates that would be a version of the U.S. Navy's Littoral Combat Ship. Despite the notification reaching Congress in October 2015, just last month Lockheed Martin announced it would sell Saudi Arabia those four ships for $6 billion, part of the $25 billion identified as in the pipeline so far.
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تحليل الأسبوع في غضون اليومين الماضيين أثبت اثنان من كبار مسئولي الإدارة العميلة خلال تصريحاتهم بأن الحاكم العميل للقصر الرئاسي غير مستعد – على الإطلاق – للحل السلمي للأزمة المستمرة في أفغانستان، وكل مساعيه منصبة على امتداد الحرب واستمراره. لقد قربت عملية المفاوضات الجارية في دولة قطر إلى مرحلة فاصلة، وآمال السلام أصبحت تتفتح في قلوب المواطنين، لكن حاكم القصر الرئاسي “أرك” الفاقد للسلطة والصلاحية (أشرف غني) لم يقتصر في تصريحاته للصحفيين في سويسرا على مخالفته الصريحة لعملية السلام، بل تفوه بتصريحات غير مسئولة أخرى أيضاً.



 

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هنا تجد  الجديد من الاسماء المميزة في وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي

 

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زاوية يومُ مجد ٍ أحمرْ

 

 

هنا تجد المقتطفات من الحياة اليومية للسيد ماجد ساوي

 

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http://46.43.69.146:8008/;stream.mp3

انسخ الرابط هذا , ثم شغله بواسطة مشغل الموسيقى

 

اذاعة صوت فلسطين

من بيت المقدس
ومن اكناف بيت المقدس
الطائفة المنصورة
عبر الاثير

 

 
 

 

 

   
 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

لمخاطبة رئيس التحرير حول ماينشر في هذه الصفحة

 بالامكان المراسلة والتواصل على العناوين التالية

 

او المراسلة بريديا على العنوان التالي

 

ماجد ساوي - 

صفحة " جــاذبيــة " الثقافية
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مرحبا بكم

في صفحة الزاوية

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ماهي زاوية ,, ثقافات الشعوب ؟؟؟ :

 

زاوية تسلط الضوء على مختلف الثقافات

 الموجودة لدى مختلف الشعوب ,

 

 المصدر المعتمد للصفحة هو موسوعة ويكيبيديا

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رئيس تحرير الصفحة ماجد ساوي

 

 

لمطالعة الصفحة من هنا

 

 

 

 

 

 
   



 
 




 
   

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

لا دريت  ,,

ولا تليت ,,

 

أي

 

لا عرفت ربك ,,

ولا إتبعت رسولك ,,

 

 

 
   

 

 
   

 


 

atvkw

سحب جنسية الكويتي مُعتنق اليهودية غير مستحق

-نريد إسقاط جنسية مئات الآلاف يأتون للكويت بـ «الباصات» وقت الإنتخابات
#الحوار_السياسي كل يوم سبت العاشرة مساء

https://www.instagram.com/tv/B6ofF5tIIlp/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

#قناة_atv

 

 


 

 

 
 


 
 

 

اخر تحديث

 الثلاثاء -  03- ربيع الثاني - 1441 هـ

 الموافق - 30 -نوفمبر - 2019 مـ
 

 

 
 

 
 


تنويه مهم من رئيس التحرير :

لكل صاحب عمل فني - لوحة وماشابه ذلك ,

 بداية استاذنه باستعمالها في صفحات الزاوية الادبية

 لغرض الاخراج لاغير

 ويمكن للمعترض على مثل هذا الامر مخاطبتي

 لازالة اعماله وشكرا

 
     
 

صفحة جاذبية الثقافية

رئيس التحرير : السيد - ماجد ساوي

جميع الحقوق محفوظة

 للسيد - ماجد ساوي

صفحة  "جــاذبيــة "  الثقافية
2018 مـ - 1439  هـ
2019 مـ - 1440 هـ


الرجاء عند نقل اي مادة من الموقع

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ملاحظة مهمة

 من رئيس التحرير :



اطلب من كل من يعتنق الدعوة الصهيونية

 ويؤمن بها مغادرة جميع الصفحات التابعة لي ,

 غير ماسوف عليه ,

ولا يظن انه من الجمهور المخاطب بها ,

والخسران له في الختام.

click here my dear

or for further details

click here my love

 

 

 

 
   

 

 
   

 قتلى المشركين في بدر - وعددهم سبعون قتيلا ً.


رئيسهم : أبو جهل بن هشام، واسمه عمرو بن هشام بن المغيرة بن عبدالله بن عمر بن مخزوم،

عتبة بن ربيعة بن عبد شمس .

شيبة بن ربيعة بن عبد شمس.

الوليد بن عتبة .

حنظلة بن أبي سفيان بن حرب.

الحارث بن الحضرمي , حليف لبني عبد شمس.

عامر الحضرمي, حليف لبني عبد شمس.

عمير بن أبي عمير , مولى بني عبد شمس .

ابن عمير بن أبي عمير , مولى بني عبد شمس.

عبيدة بن سعيد بن العاص.

العاص بن سعيد بن العاص.

عقبة بن أبي معيط، .

عامر بن عبدالله النمري , حليف بني عبد شمس .

وهب بن الحارث من بني أنمار بن بغيض، حليف بني عبد شمس.

عامر بن زيد، حليف بني عبد شمس.

الحارث بن عامر بن نوفل.

طعيمة بن عدي بن نوفل .

زمعة بن الأسود بن المطلب.

أبو البختري بن هشام واسمه العاص بن هشام بن الحارث .

الحارث بن زمعة.

نوفل بن خويلد بن أسد.

عقيل بن الأسود بن المطلب.

عتبة بن زيد , حليف لبني أسد.

مولى لبني اسد اسمه عمير.

النضر بن الحارث بن كلدة بن علقمة،

زيد بن مليص، مولى عمير بن هاشم بن عبدمناف بن عبدالدار

نبيه بن زيد بن مليص حليف لهم من بني مازن ثم من بني تميم.

عبيد بن سليط حليف لهم من قيس.

مالك بن عبيدالله بن عثمان.

عمرو بن عبدالله بن جدعان.

عمير بن عثمان بن عمرو بن كعب بن سعد بن تيم

عثمان بن مالك بن عبيدالله

العاص بن هشام بن المغيرة بن عبد الله بن عمر بن مخزوم .

يزيد بن عبدالله حليف لهم من بني تميم .

أبو مسافع الأشعري حليف لهم .

حرملة بن عمرو حليف لهم

مسعود بن أبي أمية بن المغيرة

أبو قيس بن الوليد بن المغيرة

أبو قيس بن الفاكه بن المغيرة

رفاعة بن أبي رفاعة عائذ بن عبدالله بن عمر بن مخزوم

المنذر بن أبي رفاعة بن عائذ

السائب بن أبي السائب بن عابد

الأسود بن عبد الأسد بن هلال بن عبد الله بن عمر بن مخزوم

حاجب بن السائب بن عويمر بن عمرو بن عائذ بن عمران بن مخزوم

عويمر بن السائب بن عويمر

عمرو بن سفيان حليف لهم من طي .

جابر بن سفيان حليف لهم وهو من طي

عبدالله بن المنذر بن أبي رفاعة

حذيفة بن أبي حذيفة بن المغيرة

هشام بن أبي حذيفة بن المغيرة

زهير بن أبي رفاعة، .

السائب بن أبي رفاعة

عائذ بن السائب بن عويمر

رجل من طي، اسمه عمير حليف لهم من طي .

رجل آخر أيضاً اسمه خيار حليف لهم من القارة .

منبه بن الحجاج بن عامر بن حذيفة بن سعد بن سهم

ابنه العاص بن منبه بن الحجاج

أخوه نبيه بن الحجاج

أبو العاص بن قيس بن عدي بن سعد بن سهم

عاصم بن أبي عوف ضبيرة بن سعيد بن سعد بن سهم

الحارث بن منبه بن الحجاج

عامر بن عوف بن ضبيرة

معاوية بن عامر حليف لهم من بني عبدالقيس

معبد بن وهب حليف لهم من بني كلب بن عوف

أمية بن خلف بن وهب بن حذافة بن جمح

ابنه علي بن أمية بن خلف.

أوس بن معير بن لوذان بن سعد بن جمح

سبرة بن مالك حليف لهم

 
   

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

إِنَّا أَنزَلْنَا عَلَيْكَ الْكِتَابَ
لِلنَّاسِ بِالْحَقِّ ۖ
فَمَنِ اهْتَدَىٰ فَلِنَفْسِهِ ۖ
وَمَن ضَلَّ فَإِنَّمَا يَضِلُّ عَلَيْهَا ۖ
وَمَا أَنتَ عَلَيْهِم بِوَكِيلٍ

الزمر - 41 -





 

 
 

 

 


تنويه مهم من رئيس التحرير :

لكل صاحب عمل فني - لوحة وماشابه ذلك ,

 بداية استاذنه باستعمالها في صفحات الزاوية الادبية

 لغرض الاخراج لاغير

 ويمكن للمعترض على مثل هذا الامر مخاطبتي

 لازالة اعماله وشكرا

 

 

 


جميع الحقوق محفوظة للسيد ماجد ساوي

صفحة الزاوية الادبية
2018 مـ - 1439  هـ

الرجاء عند نقل اي مادة من الموقع

الاشارة للمصدر وشكرا