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Iran: Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah clinically dead

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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz is reported to be clinically dead as the monarch is not recently seen in the public.

A Saudi journalist working for London-Based Asharq Alawsat says the Saudi monarch has been clinically dead since Wednesday.

He also quoted medical sources in Saudi Arabia as saying that the king’s vital organs, including his heart, kidneys and lungs, have stopped functioning.

Doctors are said to have used a defibrillator on him several times. He is also reported to be alive with the help of a ventilator.

The Royal Court has yet to comment on the report of King’s death.

The aging Saudi monarch has not recently appeared in the public and the country’s crown prince is attending official meetings on his behalf.

It is the second time in the past months that Asharq Alawsat reports the death of King Abdullah.

In November 2012, the daily reported that Saudi king has slipped into coma and was clinically dead nearly a week after he underwent a 14-hour-long back surgery in a hospital in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

The report was later rejected by the Royal Court.

The 89-year-old king’s health has declined over the past few years, during which he has been hospitalized several times.

Failing health, old age as well as the death of the king’s half-brothers have raised concerns about the future of the oil-rich country in the face of anti-government demonstrations.

Press TV

13 Comments on "Iran: Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah clinically dead"

  1. BillT on Mon, 27th May 2013 1:12 pm 

    Let the infighting begin! Oil at $150 soon?

  2. Arthur on Mon, 27th May 2013 1:34 pm 

    No doubt Iranian PressTV brought this news with a smile. Power vacuums are always useful for minorities of all sorts to take a hike. Like the Shi’its in the eastern coastal oil provinces. We’ll see.

  3. Kenz300 on Mon, 27th May 2013 2:41 pm 

    Nothing will change in that part of the world until religious schools stop teaching hate and intolerance to little children.

  4. Arthur on Mon, 27th May 2013 2:57 pm 

    ‘Hate and intolerance’ are buzzwords of a fading NWO. NWO globalism runs out of oil and hence out of steam, which is bad news for the US satraps in Ryadh. A segregated Sunni and Shi’ite islam has the future, not the NWO. Even though Assad is currently winning, in the end Turkey will dominate the Middle-East once US troops will go home after a financial meltdown at home.

  5. Arthur on Mon, 27th May 2013 4:28 pm 

    Non-Iranian source saying the same thing:

  6. Beery on Mon, 27th May 2013 5:44 pm 

    So hang on. They’re saying that he’s dead and that he’s alive. What sort of half-assed reporting is this?

  7. Newfie on Mon, 27th May 2013 7:50 pm 

    King Abdullah (which translates as Slave of God) is Schrodinger’s Cat. Both dead and alive. Simultaneously. Both states are superimposed. Until someone outside the Royal Family makes an observation. Then the quantum wave function collapses and he is either dead or alive. Ha ha. Quantum Physics in the Land of Sand.

  8. Ricardo on Tue, 28th May 2013 1:48 am 

    The american freemasonic empire is crumbling, how many people did they killed in Europe and Japan since Wilson until Truman? like 30 million perhaps?, along with the 80 million eastern europeans who died under soviet domination, a tiranny totally financed by the anglosphere.

    If there is a country that should collapse, that is U.S.A, along with the british and the italians who delayed barbarossa by two weeks.

  9. BillT on Tue, 28th May 2013 4:11 am 

    Ricardo, ALL of the West is collapsing, not just a few countries you would like to see go. It is all tied so tight by the banking cartel that if one goes, they all go. That is why the printing presses have been burning up, trying to postpone the day of reckoning. Be patient.

  10. Arthur on Tue, 28th May 2013 6:26 am 

    BillT, what you say is plausible. But what happens after that? Do we all stop breathing? There was a life after WW2, even in Germany. Ten years after their defeat they won the European soccer cup and had their Wirtschaftswunder. Now, we all seem to agree that growth is over. But civilization will continue, albeit in a lower gear.

  11. Arthur on Tue, 28th May 2013 7:05 am

    Pat Buchanan as always hits the nail on the head, talks about the thirty years war of Islam (obviously refering to christianities thirty years war in Europe 1618-1648). PB predicts that all borders in the ME are going to be redrawn, all of them: Iraq, Syria and Turkey. I never knew that Turkey has 15 million Shi’ites as well.

  12. Arthur on Tue, 28th May 2013 8:47 am

    Very good article by an (obviously retired) US professor about the situation in the ME. It confirms how weak the cards of the US led West and Israel in fact are, regardless of the outcome of the conflict.

  13. BillT on Tue, 28th May 2013 1:05 pm 

    “… civilization will continue,…”

    Maybe and maybe not. A nuclear war would take out all life on earth, at least until the continents could be recycled into the mantle and reemerge clean. It could very well start in the Middle East. There are many nuclear powers at play there and all are not likely to back down if it gets hot.

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