TEHRAN (Tasnim) A high-ranking Iranian general said the Al Saudi regime ruling Saudi Arabia will become extinct by 2030. - Politics news -
Addressing a cultural ceremony in the central city of Isfahan on Tuesday evening, Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, a top military aide to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, said the Al Saud regime is not going to last long and "there will be no trace of Al Saud in Saudi Arabia by 2030."
He said 16 American research organizations have prepared a document dubbed 'World in 2030', which excludes any regime called Al Saud by that year and refers to Iran as the most powerful country in the region.
In comments in December 2018, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei took a swipe at the Saudi regime for forming a friendship with the enemies of Islam and for its crimes in Yemen, saying Saudis had plans to conquer Yemen within days or weeks but have failed to gain anything for around four years.
"The more time passes by, the harder will be the blow they (Saudis) would receive (in Yemen)," Ayatollah Khamenei stressed.
The Al Saud has adopted a stupid policy towards Yemen and Bahrain, Ayatollah Khamenei deplored.
Earlier, in November, the Leader had recommended the rulers of Muslim states to stop abiding by the US, and deplored the US president's insults to Saudi Arabia and his move to 'milk' the Saudi rulers.
In 2017, US President Donald Trump said the US target has been "milking" the Saudi kingdom for years.