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Could Iran-Saudi War Spill Into the US?

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A picture taken March 26, 2018 in Um Al-Hammam district in Riyadh shows a man looking at a hole in a household ceiling caused by falling shrapnel from Yemeni rebel missiles that were intercepted over the Saudi capital.
A picture taken March 26, 2018 in Um Al-Hammam district in Riyadh shows a man looking at a hole in a household ceiling caused by falling shrapnel from Yemeni rebel missiles that were intercepted over the Saudi capital. (Photo: FAYEZ NURELDINE / AFP / Getty Images)

The very idea that Iran and Saudi Arabia fighting a proxy war in Yemen and elsewhere may spill into the United States at first glance appears ridiculous. However, increased activity by Iran and its allies in Latin America means America’s shores are ever closer to Iran’s expanding empire.

Clarion’s Ran Meir looks at the latest deadly incident on the ground in Saudi and then discusses the implications for us in the West.

 

 

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