US-puppet Saudi Arabia’s Dictator King Abdullah is suffering from a lung infection and has been breathing with the aid of a tube, Saudi officials said.
The Wahhabi dictator, who is said to be aged about 90, was admitted to hospital on Wednesday for medical checks, BBC reported Friday. The dictator, who came to the throne in 2005, has suffered frequent bouts of ill health in recent years.
His age and condition has led to increasing focus on the issue of the Zionist-puppet Wahhabi Saudi dynasty.
successor of the Saudi dictator, Prince Salman, who is in his late 70s, is next in line to succeed the king, though questions remain over who will follow.
The crown has passed between the sons of Saudi Arabia’s founder zionist-puppet Ibn Saud, but few are still alive.
Last year, dictator King Abdullah took the unprecedented step of appointing a deputy crown prince, his younger half-brother Prince Muqrin, to try to ensure a smooth succession.