Reports: Mubarak is in a coma & the Saudi King is dead. What's going on here? Are we watching history unfold a new era in the middle east right before our eyes? The middle east seems to be spinning with a change in power going on faster than the time it takes this old gal to drink coffee and then run to the powder-room.
Rumors are, that the Saudi Arabian ruler, King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz is dead. According to Islam Times.com, "King Abdullah talked with Obama about the situation in Egypt over the phone yesterday. Obama and the King got into a heated debate about their opinions of what Hosni Mubarak should do. After the phone call sources stated that King Abdullah was furious and then suffered a sudden heart attack." People are saying that the ball is in their court [Saudi Arabia's] to prove that he is alive. Were is he?
Egyptian President Hosni Barak who stepped down just this last week from a 30 year dictatorship rule, is rumored to have fallen into a coma after his final speech. According to Al Arabiya News Channel: "Egypt's deposed president, Hosni Mubarak, went into a full coma on Saturday night at his residence in the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh, an Egyptian newspaper reported on Monday, quoting well-informed sources."
It continues, "Rumors had circulated earlier that Mubarak had fainted twice while recording his final speech, which was broadcast on state television on Thursday evening."
Tunisia has been spun on it's head, Lebanon has seen the Hezbullah terrorists take over their country, and in this month of February we are seeing 'Days of Rage' operations in Yemen, Bahrain, Algeria and now Libya.
Let us remember who wanted to be key players in the middle east to represent and control the Islamic / Arab nations. There was Turkey who wished and still wishes, to renew it's once grand Ottoman Empire. There was Egypt, who considered itself the representative of the Arab League, which was formed in Cairo, in 1945. Look on older maps, Egypt called itself the United Arab Republic. The UAR was a union between Egypt andSyria. Two major powers with a long history in the mideast, they became a union that began in 1958 and existed until 1961 when Syria seceded from the union. -The Arabs have trouble getting along with each other, not just with Israel. And now, look who seems to be growing in power and has its tentacles branched throughout the mid east and South and Central America ...Iran. Iran was the once famous Persian Empire, in control of almost the whole world in its time. It is rearing it's head today. This video below shows an interesting look at Iran who is behind all of this 'movement' in the middle east power shift, and will lead the way once again in the 21st century.