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Saudi Arabia Will Buy Nuclear Weapons if Iran Tests an Atomic Bomb (Second Coming Watch Update #9)

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Saudi Arabia will buy nuclear weapons if Iran tests an atomic bomb. According to NBC News, a report says that Saudi Arabia would move quickly to acquire nuclear weapons if Iran successfully tests an atomic bomb. Citing an unidentified Saudi Arabian source, the Times newspaper in the U.K. said that the kingdom would seek to buy ready-made warheads and also begin its own program to enrich weapons-grade uranium. The paper suggested that Pakistan was the country most likely to supply Saudi Arabia with weapons, saying Western officials were convinced there was an understanding between the countries to do so if the security situation in the Persian Gulf gets worse. Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have denied such an arrangement exists.