Pakistan poised to dispatch army to Saudi Arabia April 07, 2011 Pakistan is prepared to move two army divisions into Saudi Arabia to protect the kingdom in the event of any outbreak of trouble, such as what has happened in Bahrain, Yemen, Egypt, Libya and other Middle East and North African nations, informed sources say in a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. As a further show of support to Saudi Arabia, Pakistan has organized and recruited some 1,000 ex-army personnel for service in the national guard of Bahrain.

A Pakistani Air Force JF-17 Thunder fighter jet, painted with the national flag, flies past during the Pakistan National Day parade in Islamabad March 23, 2007. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN)

A view of partial moon eclispse seen from Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday night, Sept. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/B.K.Bangash) A combo shot shows different stages of a partial moon eclipse seen in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday night, Sept. 7, 2006. At the full extent of the eclipse, about 20 per cent of the moon was blacked out by the earth passing between it and the sun. (AP Photo/B.K.Bangash)

Pakistani Special Services Group (SSG) commandos perform an assault drill as a chopper flies low over the ground during a show to mark Defence Day in Rawalpindi September 6, 2006. Pakistan celebrates Defence Day on September 6 every year to mark the start of the 1965 war with neighbouring India. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN)

Pakistani Special Services Group (SSG) commandos perform an assault drill as a chopper flies low over the ground during a show to mark Defence Day in Rawalpindi September 6, 2006. Pakistan celebrates Defence Day on September 6 every year to mark the start of the 1965 war with neighbouring India. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN)

Pakistani Special Services Group (SSG) commandos perform a military drill during a show marking Defence Day in Rawalpindi September 6, 2006. Pakistan celebrates Defence Day on September 6 every year to mark the start of the 1965 war with neighbouring India. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN)

Assault on display : Pakistani Special Services Group (SSG) commandos perform an assault drill during a military display to celebrate the country’s Defence Day, in Rawalpindi. (AFP/Aamir Qureshi)