Nuclear Pakistan threatens to
wipe Iran off the map if it attacks Saudi Arabia.
Tensions in the Middle East are expanding to Asia, with Pakistan, a nuclear power, standing beside Saudi Arabia against Iran.
Sharif made the remarks Sunday in a statement after Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman visited him in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, adjacent to the capital.
Salman earlier arrived in Islamabad, making him the second top Saudi official to visit Pakistan in a week amid growing tension with Iran.
Pakistan, a predominantly Sunni state, also has a large Shiite population.
The bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are historically close and extremely friendly, occasionally described as constituting a special relationship. Pakistan has been called “Saudi Arabia’s closest Muslim ally.
Pakistan, unlike Saudi Arabia, attains nuclear weapons.
Saudi Arabia has reportedly negotiated the purchase of Pakistani ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads. It is also speculated that Saudi Arabia secretly funded Pakistan’s atomic bomb program and seeks to purchase atomic weapons from Pakistan to enable it to counter possible threats from Iran.
By: AP and United with Israel Staff
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