The Israel-Gaza war is showing no signs of stopping and many Middle Eastern countries are purchasing new weapons, fighter jets, and advanced technology bombers for their security and defense, most of which are Dassault Rafale (France), F-35 (US), and Sukhoi (Russia). Amidst all this, China is also entering, so it does not seem that this war which is currently going on in Israel-Gaza, will end so soon or will be Two States negotiated. Saudi Arabia, UAE and top richest countries of Middle East looking to buy more aircraft, fighter jets, advanced weapons to secure the defense of Middle East.
Why Middle East becoming a world War, Why Saudi and Arabs are buying Advanced Weapons?
Saudi Arabia’s Dassault Aviation says that if this (Israel-Gaza) war is negotiated then think that if this war takes a bigger form than anywhere else then it will cost the entire Middle East and the world the most wars. Middle Eastern countries like Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, UAE, and many other countries can be involved in this war, so every country would like to have such weapons for its safety and defense. In this war, the whole world will fight, China will fight with Iran, Russia will fight with Syria and Iraq, and America this time only with Israel, if this war takes a bigger form then this war will be bigger than normal war and All The powers countries will pose the biggest challenge for the country.
Why Dassault Rafale, F-35, and Sukhoi are advanced weapons for the Middle East?
In the past, Saudi Arabia and the Middle East were dependent on US weapons, and the Middle Eastern countries are doing big deals with Russian and European weapons. But there are still many countries in the Middle East like UAE, Oman, and Bahrain that can buy America’s F–35 fighter jets. Many countries even today believe that US F-35 fighter jets are the most advanced and successful fighter jets in the world and in this case, the fighter jets of Russia and France are also no less. In all the wars that have taken place in the Middle East, new, faster, and more aggressively successful weapons have always been used, such as in Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan Iraq, and Lebanon.