Hezbollah vows to ‘slaughter Saudi forces’ if they try to invade Iraq

An Islamic coalition that is headed by Saudi Arabia and includes 20 Arab states such as Egypt and United Arab Emirates launched on Sunday "the biggest maneuver" in Middle Eastern history on the Saudi-Iraqi border, Arab media reported on Sunday. The massive maneuver, which is expected to take place until February 25, has already aroused […]

The Jerusalem Post writes:

An Islamic coalition that is headed by Saudi Arabia and includes 20 Arab states such as Egypt and United Arab Emirates launched on Sunday "the biggest maneuver" in Middle Eastern history on the Saudi-Iraqi border, Arab media reported on Sunday.

The massive maneuver, which is expected to take place until February 25, has already aroused resentful reactions from both the Iraqi authorities and Hezbollah fighting units located in Iraq, fearing that it might be the beginning of a Saudi incursion into the country. On Thursday, after initial reports about Saudi military movement on the border began to emerge, Hezbollah brigades started mobilizing their forces to the border to prevent a Saudi incursion.