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10
Januar
2018

Iran’s Week-Long Riots: What Did Foreign Sides Say, Do?

US Humiliated at UNSC Session It Called to Discuss Iran

Iran’s Week-Long Riots: What Did Foreign Sides Say, Do?

Alwaght- The scattered riots in Iran in the past few days received massive coverage by the global media, and especially the Western media made the Iranian home developments their top headlines. Along with the wide-ranging coverage, the various countries’ officials and politicians reacted to the events. Some foreign sides voiced support to the rioters while others called for calm in Iran.

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10
Januar
2018

Ansarullah Leader Announces New Equation: Once Saudis Bomb Sanaa, We’ll bomb Riyadh, Abu Dhabi

"Aggressors have, nevertheless, failed to force Yemenis into submission,"

Ansarullah Leader Announces New Equation: Once Saudis Bomb Sanaa, We’ll bomb Riyadh, Abu Dhabi

The leader of Yemen's Ansarullah revolutionary movement, Sayyed Abdul Malik Badreddin al-Houthi, blamed the United States as the main architect of the atrocious military Saudi aggression against his country.

He further condemned the ongoing Saudi Arabia's devastating aerial bombardment.
Addressing the Yemeni via a televised speech broadcast live from the capital city of Sana'a on Tuesday evening, stated that the Riyadh regime has made use of all available means in its attacks against the Yemeni nation.

"Civilian and religious sites have been targeted in Yemen within the three years of Saudi war. The Saudi regime does not shy from pounding anything which has to do with Yemen," he said.

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10
Januar
2018

What’s New Dream of Saudi Crown Prince for Lebanon?

In Syria crisis, the kingdom was pushed to the sidelines in the ongoing peace efforts.

What’s New Dream of Saudi Crown Prince for Lebanon?

Alwaght- The competition between Iran and Saudi Arabia over regional influence has been unfolding more and more since coming to rule of Salman bin Abdulaziz and his son Muhammad bin Salman in early 2015. Amid ongoing fierce rivalry, Riyadh is heavily working on putting strains on Tehran's allies in a bid to curb Iran's regional influence.

The New York Times in a report on December 24 reported that Saudi Arabia was planning to form an anti-Hezbollah militant group in the Palestinian refugee camps located in Lebanon. The American newspaper, further, revealed that during visit to Riyadh of President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority, Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman asked him to work hard to persuade the Lebanon-based Palestinians to join the pro-Saudi regional front and distance them from the pro-Tehran camp. The king in waiting warned Abbas that if he fail to do the job, he will resort to Muhammed Dahlan, a rival to Abbas over leadership of Fattah movement and the Palestinian Authority. The kingdom is embarking on the new anti-Tehran scenarios as it already received green light of the Trump administration to press against the Islamic Republic and its ally Hezbollah.

Over the course of past seven years, Saudi Arabia sustained heavy back-to-back defeats in its regional policies.

In Syria crisis, the kingdom was pushed to the sidelines in the ongoing peace efforts.

In Yemen war, the Arab country has turned into a quagmire for Saudi and allied forces.

In Bahrain crisis, the Saudi-backed Al Khalifa regime’s iron-fist response to protests has failed to silence people's pro-democracy uprising.

In Qatar crisis the us-backed Saudi regime has failed to make Doha bow to its demands.

And the very latest Saudi plot in Lebanon, i.e. forcing Prime Minister Saad Hariri into resignation, has backfired on the oil-rich kingdom with many accusing the regime of intervening in sovereign countries domestic efforts.

Saudi Arabia not only failed in its regional designs but also received a lot of damages all blamed on its policies. In such conditions that Riyadh finds itself in a tight corner and holds the Iran-led Axis of Resistance accountable for this predicament, the Persian Gulf state strives to ignite new conflict in Lebanon and embroil Tehran and Hezbollah in a new crisis.

 

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10
Januar
2018

WSJ Said It 6 Months ago: CIA Working to Turn up Heat on Iran

“Whether its enormous increased capacity to deliver missile systems ....

WSJ Said It 6 Months ago: CIA Working to Turn up Heat on Iran

American daily Wall Street Journal had said it clear six months ago: The Central Intelligence Agency has established an organization in Iran aimed at spying on the Islamic Republic.

The Central Intelligence Agency has established an organization focused exclusively on gathering and analyzing intelligence about Iran, reflecting the Trump administration’s decision to make that country a higher priority target for American spies,” the WSJ reported last June, citing US officials.

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