In his statements, Prince Turki al-Faisal, the former Saudi intelligence chief, affirmed that “Iran’s leadership is now a real danger. All attempts for nearly 40 years to rationalize its policy have failed, and we are not hostile to Iran and we do not want its people to harm, but we must achieve a balance with it. Iran will exploit the balance. Iran is also dangerous because of its decades-long insurgent behavior, and its endeavor to destabilize and security its neighbors and fragment their societies. The Iraqi experience provides an example of Iran’s influence, its exploitation of Iraq’s resources, sectarian play in it, and the fight against the Iraqi state. In so doing, he is placing his finger on the real danger threatening the Arab world and the Gulf region in particular. This and Iran did not possess the nuclear bomb, let alone if it possesses nuclear weapons, then the observer can expect the arrogance and arrogance with which this rogue regime can deal, and then the nuclear bombs will become hanging over the heads of the people of the Arab countries. The Arab countries have become surrounded by nuclear states, from India to Israel, passing through Pakistan and the next strong possibility to the nuclear club (Iran), as Prince Turki al-Faisal, who knows the details of the region, has made clear that he warns, “that Iran may one day possess a nuclear bomb, especially in light of the lack of Amending the nuclear agreement concluded between it and the Western powers.Talking about the arms race in the Middle East region and warning about it comes too late, since the end of the Iraq-Iran war, Iran has been working to ignite the arms race and ignite the entire region according to its extremist ideology that wants to blow up societies from the inside, but it came to supplying terrorist militias with strategic weapons. From Hezbollah, to the Houthi militia, to the militias that it has established and is still establishing in more than one Arab country. What made matters worse was the conflict between Iran, Israel and Turkey over the sharing of influence at the expense of the Arab world, and this is what made the Israeli threat recede in the Arab collective mind even though it remained for decades the greatest danger, but Israel continued to deal as a state even if it was aggressive and occupied, but Iran Later, Turkey deals with an ideological logic and is trying all the time to build groups linked to them, and in this context the Iranian groups have become a wall against the return of the occupied Arab countries in Iran to being considered real countries, as they are nothing more than banana republics, in which most livelihoods have collapsed. As for Turkey, Iran has set a model for it and is finding its way to build parallel influence in a number of Arab countries. The most dangerous thing is that the two parties will agree to share the cake, as in Syria after the Astana accords, to name a few. Were it not that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and some of its Arab sisters stood like a towering mountain in the face of the occupation projects, Iran would have completed the occupation of the four Arab capitals as it boasted, and Egypt, Sudan, Libya and even Tunisia would have turned because of the so-called Arab Spring into Turkish areas of influence.
The dangers that we have referred to are the tip of the iceberg, and it entails building an Arab defense capacity, and this is already taking place, albeit in an undeclared manner. Perhaps the time has come to build Arab nuclear knowledge and capacity in the face of the increasing nuclear threat in the entire region. According to my humble knowledge, this has already begun. As for the transition to actual production, this is left to the developments that will storm the region in the near or distant future.