In several interviews and posts dating back to April 2015 the NEC-SE has stated that Saudi may not last past September and may end up breaking up into several emirates. With numerous bombings and protests taking place throughout the country, and with the body bags starting to come home from the war in Yemen, Saudi leaders need to significantly change their political mindset for Saudi Arabia to survive as a viable state within the region.
Recent comments by the Saudi king on the situation in the Middle East reveal that neither he nor his advisors understand what may be about to befall the Saudi state. As well, they seem unable to grasp that Saudi financial and military support for ISIS is viewed unfavorably by much of the world community.
Taking into account the time needed for regional players to evaluate and act upon the Iranian nuclear deal, the NEC-SE has moved the date of the possible Saudi breakup back from September to December 2015. If that turns out to be the case, the Saudi leadership may be presiding over what will prove to be the last Eid-al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice) held in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Eid al-Adha is an Islamic festival, observed by Muslims worldwide, commemorating the willingness of Ibrahim (Biblical Abraham) to obey Allah’s command to sacrifice his son Ismail (Ishmael). Unless Saudi leaders drastically change their ways and courses of action–a doubtful proposition–they may find their kingdom sacrificed in the fires of a regional conflagration they fomented and fueled.
(The World Community’s Ultimate Goal for Saudi Arabia). Either Saudi will split out into three or they will be part of the world community. IT IS THEIR CHOICE!