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Saudis will seek nuclear weapon if Iran does, minister tells CNN

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Saudi Energy Minister Khaled al Faleh attends a meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers in Jeddah

Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of supporting Huthis militants in Yemen.

They have fired a series of ballistic missiles, at least some of which are proven by the United Nations to be Iranian-made, at Saudi Arabia in the past year.

"What Trump has done is really open the door to the hardliners in Iran, and if they choose to develop nuclear weapons to return to that pathway... it's a very serious nuclear arms race in the Middle East", the expert stressed.

Ziad, a Saudi businessman, said the Kingdom's leadership was correct to question the 2015 nuclear accord which had eased sanctions in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear program to prevent it from being able to make an atomic bomb. This amounts to a declaration of war'.

A military source said that the rocket force of the Yemeni army and the Popular Committees bombed the headquarter with a homemade Badr 1 ballistic missile.

"We will find the right way and at the right time to respond to this".

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"The recent Arab summits in Jordan and Saudi Arabia were clear in expressing the extreme exasperation from Iran's actions in the Arab region and in calling for the need to alter this behavior", Abul Gheit continued.

But Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said it "fully supports president Trump's bold decision to reject the disastrous nuclear deal with the terrorist regime in Tehran".

While Trump's decision has pleased allies in Israel and Persian Gulf countries like Saudi Arabia, it pits the U.S. against its closest European allies, leaves the future of Tehran's nuclear ambitions in question and raises the prospects of a regional arms race.

"The Omani, Qatari, and Kuwaiti governments have all sought to maintain pragmatic relations - economic more than political - with Iran", said Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, Fellow for the Middle East at Rice University's Baker Institute.

According to expert, when and if Iran decides to kick up its nuclear energy production, it's not going to take long for its weapons program to get running again, too. Earlier, the military said it had intercepted two missiles fired across the border at southern Jizan province, hundreds of miles from Riyadh. Only Israel and Saudi Arabia expressed support for the USA president's stance.

"It's about Iran, not about finding a solution".

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