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Israel and Saudi Arabia Build Dams in SudanSalem-News.com Foreign Affairs
Wahhabi and Zionist governments undertake huge construction project.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Israel and Saudi Arabia have announced large-scale investment programs in dam construction and power generation to attract Sudan's attention and expand their influence in this country.
According to the news site Nile Net Online, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and Malik Salman, the Saudi King, have decided to cooperate to invest 7.1 billion riyals of Saudi money in a joint dam construction project to produce electrical energy in Sudan.
At the same time, the official Saudi Press Agency SPA announced in late September that agreements have been made between the Israeli diplomatic office in Saudi Arabia and the Saudi Department of Energy on joint cooperation in water and electricity fields and that Israeli companies are participating.
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