Saudi Arabia & Islamic Republic

Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. Islamic republic is the name given to several states in the Muslim world including the Islamic Republics of Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, and Mauritania. 5.0/5

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TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranians held mass protests on Friday across the Islamic Republic, angered by Saudi Arabia's execution of a Shiite
English Subtitled . Commander of Islamic Republic army warn Saudi Arabia about Yeman.
Pakistan payinda abad. Prime minister Islamic Republic of Pakistan mian mohammad Nawaz shaif are so keen to Resolve issues in Saudi Arabia
Author anonymous: Warning from an ex-muslim * To the Infidel world: I was born and raised as Muslim. My whole family is still Muslim. I know every Genetic Code of Muslim. I know Islamic brain. I live and breath with them. I am an insider. I left Islam when I understood that Islam is a sick and evil religion. Following are the Islamic message to the West. To the infidels of the West: Constitution for the new Islamic Republic of EU and USA is under construction. We will fight the infidel to death. Meanwhile American laws will protect us. Democrats and Leftist will support us. UN will legitimize us. CAIR will incubate us. ACLU will empower us. Western Universities will educate us. Mosques will shelter us. OPEC will finance us. Hollywood will love us. Koffi Annan will pass politically correct sympathetic statement for Jihadists. Our children will immigrate from Pakistan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Indonesia and even from India to the US and to the other Western countries. They will go to the West for educ ...
We shall not see the Ex-Saudi People's Islamic Republic of Arabia in the next few decades because?
Bashar Al Assad has been reelected as the president of Syria for an additional seven years, in an election that is not considered to be legitimate. Since the election, Iranian authorities have been boasting about their role in keeping Assad in power and keeping their vow. This bragging comes at a time when the Obama administration is eagerly pushing for a final and comprehensive nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic in Geneva, which would urge the United Nations Security Council to remove all economic and political sanctions against Iran. POLL: Do House Conservatives Have Enough Evidence to Impeach Obama? Iran is already receiving billions of dollars from the United States for signing the interim nuclear deal. Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, the military adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, triumphantly and openly expressed his sense of victory by stating on the government-run Press TV, “The strategy of the US Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and European countries to overthrow Basha ...
The US secretary of defense has called on the Persian Gulf Arab states to close ranks against the Islamic Republic. Chuck Hagel, who was addressing defense ministers from the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in Jeddah on Wednesday, claimed that Iran poses “threats” to the region. “The most pressing security challenges threaten this region as a whole - and they demand a collective response... This approach is how the region must continue to address the threats posed by Iran,” Hagel said. His divisive allegations come against the backdrop of Saudi Arabia’s intention to improve its relations with Iran. On May 13, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said Riyadh is ready to engage in negotiations with Iran on the improvement of bilateral relations. He said Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had been invited to visit Saudi Arabia. The US secretary of defense also attributed “destabilizing activities” to Iran for its support for the government of Syrian President Bashar ...
Saudi Arabia has extended an invitation to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to visit the kingdom and said it’s willing to work with the Islamic republic to stabilize the region.
Saudi Arabia banned the name 'Ram', now 'sickular' Cong want to ban Ram portrait!! Only Modi can save India from becoming Islamic Republic!!
SAUDI PAKISTAN FRIENDSHIP PROGRAM, JEDDAH An outstanding cultural event was organized on the eve of 10th April 2014 at the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry jointly by H.E Aftab Ahmed Khokher, Consul General, Pakistan Consulate Jeddah, and H.E Dr. Abdullah Omar Nassef, Ex-Chairman, Muslim World League and Saudi Shoura Council to commemorate the Pakistan Day. Senator Raja Zafar -ul- Haq came specially from Islamabad to participate in the historical event. Top Saudi diplomats, Government officials, intellectuals, and socialites graced the event. Over 400 Pakistani families living in Jeddah attended the auspicious occasion and displayed exemplary enthusiasm and discipline. The evening proved a “unique show of solidarity and unity” between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Dr. Abdullah Omer Nassef, Senator Raja Zafar -ul- Haq, Consul General Aftab Ahmed Khokher, and senior dignitaries rendered memorable speeches reiterating the “formidable bilateral ties between the t ...
It is clear that there are two camps in the Middle East. The first camp is supported by The United State of America Israel and some Arab states .The second one consists of The Islamic Republic of Iran ,Syria and Hizbullah. There is a fierce conflict between the two camps and the battlefield is Syria .The Syrians are the victims of this conflict.They are like a ball in a football match.Every player kicks it . As a Palestinian , my heart is divided into two halves .The first half wishes the Syrian Revolution could achieve its goals and establish a modern democratic state which can fulfill the ambitions of the Syrians .The second half of my heart will never support the camp which includes Israel and Saudi Arabia ,because their common target is not the liberty of the Syrian people. They aim to destroy Syria as a state ,and consequently the backbone of Hizbullah,the main ferocious foe of Israel ,will be broken.In fact I have conflicting emotions towards the Syrian tragedy .
All those who wants to impose Sharia Law and Julia tax plus establish an Islamic Republic of India are most welcome to move to Saudi Arabia
Iran to sue KSA over Lebanon, Yemen terrorist attacks presstv .ir Tehran aims to sue Saudi Arabia in international organizations following the recent terrorist attacks against Iranian targets in the region, says Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman. “We aim to legally follow the cases [of recent terrorist attacks] in international organizations. The preliminary arrangements [for a legal action against Saudi Arabia] have already been made,” Marzieh Afkham told a news conference in Tehran on Tuesday. The Iranian official added Tehran is gathering the necessary details and documents to prepare the final reports on the Saudi-led terrorist activities against Iranian targets in Lebanon and Yemen so that it can follow the cases “according to legal laws and a more transparent framework.” “Following the terrorist attack against the Islamic Republic of Iran’s embassy in Lebanon, the proceedings of a [legal] action have started ... We are cooperating with the Lebanese officials to gather details in a bid ...
Here is Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz (hardly a conservative): the Obama administration was naive and had possibly made a "cataclysmic error of gigantic proportions" in its deal to ease sanctions on Iran in exchange for an opening up of the Islamic Republic's nuclear program. Dershowitz said he thought the administration of President Barack Obama did a poor job of negotiating the deal. "I think it's thoughtful and intelligent Americans vs. naive Americans," he said. The deal, announced late Saturday night in the United States, makes it more likely Iran will develop a nuclear bomb, likely creating the need for a future military strike by Israel or the United States, Dershowitz said. It also increases the possibility of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East with Saudi Arabia obtaining nuclear weapons as well, he said.
As per the BBC report the Saudi Arabia banks on Pakistan for nuclear weapons and has paid for many. Fine! But it is not at all legal. First of all nuclear weapons can be only made by one’s own efforts and it is true of any potential aspirant, including the Islamic Republic of Saudi Arabia. As much as I know, the royal Kingdom is signatory to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty (NPT) and it is very risky for it to withdraw or exit from the most sacred non-proliferation global treaty as it would most certainly deteriorate its relationship with the West, particularly that with the US. Desiring one while having potential for developing one is completely different than having one with no expertise on the matter. True, that Pakistan is not a signatory to the NPT but it does not mean that its non-signatory status gives it indefinite opportunity and freedom to proliferate the technology and weapons all around the globe. Keeping in view the sensitive Kashmir dispute, it cannot annoy the US beyond a point. So th ...
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A CIA memorandum from the chief of OSWR/PPC to the Associate Deputy Director for Intelligence, dated 1984, reqiests that a consultant member of the PPC’s Senior Behavioral Science Panel be permitted to publish an unclassified paper prepared by the PPC at the University of Chicago. At the time of Gates’s push for political psychology programs at the CIA, Obama was working on the very same psychological-propaganda “journalism” projects at BIC, a CIA front. The paper in question sought to depict Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini as intent on bringing down “‘Western’ supported regimes and to establish in their place one ‘united Islamic Nation’ guided by the Islamic Republic of Iran and Ayatollah Khomeini.” The paper suggests Khomeini would accomplish his goals by stirring up the Shi’a populations of “Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Syria, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, and Iraq” and maintain “the Gulf and the Arab world in a state of crisis.” The CIA’s push for politic ...
I believe we can truly call America the Land of the muslim dictatorship run by obama just like the countries of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Lybia, North Korea, Uganda, Swaziland, Saudi Arabia, among others that are run by dictators. And also the former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, Saudi Arabias King Abdullah, Europes Alexander Lukashenko. After winning Egypts first election since the deposition of former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohammed Morsi became the countries new power holders. However, Morsis appetite for power nearly transformed him into Mubarak when he tried to modify the proposed constitution giving himself sweeping executive powers. Does this sound like someone we know, like obama? Who is a lying *** who is always deceiving us and is full of deception and destruction trying to turn America into a dictatorship that will be run by muslims. Or does it sound like HITLER or do obama and HITLER sound like one of the same? Mark ...
SAUDIS FRET ABOUT US-IRAN 'THAW' - Big changes make governments nervous, so it is striking to observe the jitters emanating from Saudi Arabia at the incipient thaw in relations between the US and Iran. Riyadh had long been rumbling with discontent over Washington's responses to the Arab Spring but their differences burst into the open with last month's US-Russian deal to destroy Syria's chemical weapons — putting Bashar al-Assad out of range of punitive air strikes. Now the prospect of agreement on the Islamic Republic's nuclear programme is said to be giving the Saudi royals bad dreams. Saudi Arabia and Iran have been strategic rivals since before the 1979 revolution - the shah was known as the "policeman of the Gulf" - as well as the respective leaders of the Sunni and Shia branches of Islam. Iran's position was inadvertently strengthened by the US-led invasion of Iraq and the installation of a Shia government in Baghdad. Tehran backs Assad and Hizbullah in Lebanon while Riyadh openly advocates regime ...
Netanyahu: Iran Would Be another 50 N. Koreas, Israel Can Stand Alone against It Local Editor Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Iran would be another 50 “nuclear-armed” North Korea, as he threatened that Tel Aviv is ready to act alone against the Islamic Republic. "Israel will not allow Iran to get nuclear weapons. If Israel is forced to stand alone, Israel will stand alone," Netanyahu told a UN summit on Tuesday. He lashed out at President Sheikh Hasan Rouhani, saying: "He fooled the world once. Now he thinks he can fool it again. You see, Rouhani thinks he can have his yellow cake and eat it too.” "I wish I could believe Rouhani. But I don't," Netanyahu said. "Iran wants to be in a position to rush forward to build nuclear bombs before the international community can detect it and much less prevent it," he alleged. The Israeli PM warned that a “nuclear-armed” would be a bigger threat than North Korea. "As dangerous as a nuclear-armed North Korea is, it pales in comparison t ...
1. Operation against Akber Bugti is absolutely justified. When a politician holds a gun and confronts State security agencies, he ceases to be a politician and is stripped off all his political rights and prerogatives. 2. Benazir Bhutto was provided adequate security measures on 27th December, 2007 at Rawalpindi public meeting. What happened later is a mess up of PPP’s own internal security measures. 3. It was a right decision to send Nawaz Sharif to Saudi Arabia, in exile on his request. He was awarded death sentence by the competent court of law but the said sentence was commuted to life imprisonment by the President of Pakistan exercising his powers of pardon/clemency under article 45 of the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. 4. President Musharraf will return to Pakistan before next elections. His arrival will be historical event when Lackhs of people will turn up at the airport to welcome him. This needs some time to organize the party at the grass root level. Since it is one time ...
Is it After Syria Or Is it After Iran? This interview appears in the September 13, 2013 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. Hamid Bayat, Iranian Ambassador to Denmark: No Military Solution to Syrian Crisis [PDF version of this article] Sept. 4—H.E. Hamid Bayat, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Denmark, gave the following interview to Tom Gillesberg, chairman of the Schiller Institute in Denmark, on Aug. 30, 2013. Bayat spoke in Farsi and Gillesberg in English, communicating through an interpreter. This is a transcript of the English questions and the answers as they were translated at the time. Gillesberg gave the ambassador a briefing on the work of the LaRouche movement on the war issue and economic policy, which aspects of his questions have been shortened for publication here. The video and audio files are available at the Schiller Institute website. Gillesberg: We have seen a massive media campaign over the last couple of weeks, designed to say, "Right now we now have a totally cha ...
Is Rouhani Iran's Game Changer? The Islamic Republic's populist president, Ahmadinejad, would soon be replaced by Hassan Rouhani. (Reuters) While some analysts argue that the results of Iran's latest presidential election was a slap on the face of the country's hardliners, others believe that the outcome of the presidential race was orchestrated by the country's conservatives to appease the increasingly frustrated young population. But the fact remains that the Supreme Leader's less-favored candidate, Hassan Rouhani, won the election, loosening the grip of Iran's conservative clergy on the presidential office. As hard-line candidates competed against one another, Iran's reformists — together with two former presidents — threw their weight behind Rouhani, allowing him to achieve a landslide victory. "Perhaps the most surprising aspect of this election is not necessarily Rouhani's win, but the complete breakdown of the conservative so-called principalist faction aligned with the Supreme Leader, Ayatolla ...
After the Revolution The United States struggled to recover from the shock of the January-February 1979 revolution in Iran. A major effort was made to establish something resembling normal diplomatic relations with the new regime in Teheran, but they got off to a bad start. "We wanted to establish a dialogue," says Walter Cutler, the veteran U.S. diplomat assigned to be America's ambassador to the Islamic Republic in the middle of 1979. "I was to go out there and try to establish some sort of rapport with the new regime, from Khomeini on down."40 Cutler had served in Iran as consul in Tabriz in the mid-1960s, and spent much of the 1980s as U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Named to succeed Bill Sullivan, the outgoing U.S. ambassador who was fatally tainted by his association with the shah, Cutler was asked to assemble an Iran team quickly. "My appointment was pretty rushed, and I had to put together a whole new team fast. [Secretary of State Cyrus] Vance said, 'Pick anyone you want, and I will break their ...
Salman Khurshid's Iraq visit: Oil import likely to be top on agenda Khurshid is expected to discuss the issue of import of oil from Iraq, which has emerged as India's second largest crude oil supplier, replacing sanctions hit Iran. In recent years, India's import of oil from Iraq has seen a significant rise. Iraq has the world's third largest proven oil reserves. Till recently, Iran was India's second-biggest crude oil supplier after Saudi Arabia, meeting about 12 per cent of the country's needs. But India has reduced its dependence on Iranian oil in the wake of US and EU sanctions on the import of oil from the Islamic Republic.
Can a Muslim ruler ask the Prez of a powerful country to crush another Muslim country - which has democracy ? Yeah , buddies - it happened , reportedly King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia , asked Prez. Bush to crush the head of the snake ( by snake - he meant Islamic Republic of Iran ) ? Wow , what kind of Islam is this ? And , what a Muslim ? I' m really confused & puzzled - anyone to help me understand this kind of Islam ? The Jinn.
“Karzai is a confused man” said my Baloch Comrade Aamna Shahwani; a Baloch Liberation Army freedom fighter because he (the Karzai) said once that Pakistan is a brother country. Afghans as Muslims have long been thinking that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are Muslim countries and will become brotherly after they will establish an Islamic Republic of Afghanistan by defeating the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan led by PDPA. But that never happened and will not happen. It’s crystal clear that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia will never become friendly to Afghanistan and will never wish Afghanistan to be an independent progressive and prosperous Islamic country as they want Afghanistan to subjugate and colonize whereby extending the Pakistani Lahori Islamist dreams of establishing an Islamic Caliphate (Islamic Imperialism) from Gulf to the Central Asian so-called Islamic Republics. So, Afghans have to anyway oppose the establishment of such a Caliphate in which Afghans will be the subjects of Islamic imperialis ...
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal has warned against the danger of Iran's nuclear program to the region's security and said Iran should not threaten its neighbors since countries in the region harbor no ill-intentions to the Islamic Republic. "We stress the danger…
Iran not involved in cyber offensives: Iranian official has rejected Western media claims that the Islamic Republic has been involved in cyber attacks against other countries, calling for the reinforcement of international law to counter cyber-warfare. In a letter to the New York Times published on May 22, Alireza Miryousefi, the head of the press office for the Iranian Mission to the UN, wrote, “Although Iran has been the recipient of protracted waves of state-sponsored cyberattacks attempting to target Iran’s civilian nuclear facilities, power grids, oil terminals and other industrial sectors, it has never taken countermeasures against the perpetrators of cyberattacks.” A report by the American daily on May 12 accused Iran of having been involved in cyber attacks against Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The Iranian official continued that, “Nor, contrary to the article’s assertion, has Iran ever engaged in such attacks against its Persian Gulf neighbors, with which Iran has maintained good neighborly r ...
Recap: The United States' main ally in pressuring the democratic-theocracy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is the monarchical-theocracy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that is hanging corpses to scare undocumented Yemeni immigrants that are fleeing the desperate situation it helped produce.
Saudi Arabia detains 10 more in allegedly Iran spying case – Saudi Arabia has detained 10 people accused of spying for its Shi’ite Muslim regional rival Iran after arresting 18 people in the same case in March, state media reported on Tuesday. The Sunni Muslim kingdom, the world’s top oil exporter, accuses the Islamic Republic of stirring unrest among minority Saudi Shi’ites. Tehran rejects that charge and has also denied any involvement in espionage in Saudi Arabia. “Initial investigation carried out by the authorities led to the detention of 10 others for involvement in spying activities,” Saudi Press Agency quoted Interior Ministry security spokesman Major-General Mansour al-Turki as saying. He said they included eight Saudis, a Turk and a Lebanese citizen. Those arrested in March included 16 Saudis and an Iranian. A Lebanese man also detained at that time has been released for lack of evidence, Turki said. Local Shi’ite leaders in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province have said the 16 detain ...
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International Death Penalty News (I-15): European Union, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, United States of America, Vietnam May 18, 2013 Issue 15 European Union: Nearly every country in the European Union has outlawed executions. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes, to which all European Union countries contribute, has given money to the Islamic Republic of Iran to assist in their fight against drugs, however, that money is also being used to executed those caught smuggling, selling, buying, or using drugs in Iran. Last month Denmark chose to stop funding the program, believing they were inadvertently supporting the death penalty. Human Rights groups have praised this decision and called upon other nations to follow suit. Indonesia: Three convicted murders have been execution on Friday, May 17, 2013. Suryadi Swabhuana, Jurit, and Ibrahim, were executed by a firing squad. All three were Indonesian nationals. Iran: Four prisoners, identified by initials only, were hanged i ...
France and the Iranian Revolution From the desk of Fjordman on Wed, 2007-01-24 15:06 Now that the Islamic Republic of Iran is in the news with its suspected nuclear weapons program, it could be good to pause and reflect for a moment on who contributed to the Islamic Republic being established in the late 1970s, probably the one event next to the influx of oil money to Saudi Arabia – and possibly the establishment of the Eurabian networks which all happened in the 70s – that was chiefly responsible for the global resurgence of Jihad. The inaction and general incompetence displayed by former US President Jimmy Carter, today an apologist for the Islamic Jihad against Israel, certainly contributed, but we mustn’t forget former French President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing. The irony is that while the Ayatollah Khomeini could establish an Islamic state directed from the suburbs of Paris, the French 30 years later have hundreds of Islamic mini-states on French soil. Khomeini and his cronies used this windo ...
President Karzai Send Message To Saudi Arabia King - Tuesday, December 04, 2012 Kabul (BNA) Hamid Karzai president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in a message to His Majesty Malik Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz and Khadimul Haramain Sharifain to Saudi Arabia and expressed happiness over successful surgery operation and prayed for His Majesty's early recovery. In his message, the president wished long live for His Majesty and the Kingdom's family and prosperity for th...
Organisation of The Islamic Conference (O.I.C) The Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is an international organisation with a permanent delegation to the United Nations. It groups 57 member states, from the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, Caucasus, Balkans, Southeast Asia, South Asia and South America (Guyana and Suriname). These States decided to pool their resources together, combine their efforts and speak with one voice to safeguard the interest and ensure the progress and well-being of their peoples and those of other Muslims in the world over. The official languages of the organisation are Arabic, English and French. The Permanent Secretariat : It is the executive organ of the Organisation, entrusted with the implementation of the decisions of the two preceding bodies, and is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The current secretary general of this international organisation is Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, from Turkey, since January 1, 2005. O.I.C MEMBERS : 01. Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of ...
Salam people,imaginethe Islamic Republic of Saudi Arabia releases female athletes to take part in d forth coming London Olympics.
Iran Threatens to Block Tankers in Response to Oil Import Embargo Infowars.com July 2, 2012 Following a European Union embargo on Iranian oil imports that came into effect on Sunday, the Iranian parliament today drafted a bill to block oil shipments to countries cooperating in punitive sanctions against the country. Around 17 million barrels of oil from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Iraq move through the Strait of Hormuz every day. “There is a bill prepared in the National Security and Foreign Policy committee of Parliament that stresses the blocking of oil tanker traffic carrying oil to countries that have sanctioned Iran,” Iranian MP Ibrahim Agha-Mohammadi told reporters. “This bill has been developed as an answer to the European Union’s oil sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.” The move appears to be largely symbolic. Iran’s parliament does not hold much power and legislation rarely advances without the support of the 12-member Council of Guardians comprised ...
The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming..to Syria (Russian made attack helicopters, anyway). So says Hillary C., today, that a shipment of them is on its way to President Assad. He's doing pretty well, without them, but, he's getting them, anyway. U.S. continues to feign outrage, but doesn't want an Islamic Republic of Syria, anymore than Russia (with a sea port there), or Israel does. But, Saudi Arabia does. We have a protection agreement with them, which is why they called us in to take Saddam out, after he invaded Kuwait. We want their oil, just not an Islamic Republic of Syria. What to do? Let Russia send arms to Assad, to finish off the "rebels", while we cry foul on democracy, from the sidelines? What do people think? I'm opening up the phonelines
Brief history of the destructive Saudi Wahabbism with British help While Islam as a faith is the main religion in 48 countries, and Muslims around the globe are rapidly growing, Saudi Islam is the main sectarian movement in Saudi Arabia, and its influence is also rapidly growing. Acting as the protector of Islam through its own form of Islam, while it remains an American client state through its location, petrodollar’s cheque book, and American diplomatic and military protection, it could be argued that among the major influential players, Saudi Arabia’s policies, its own form of Islam, and its relations with the US, undoubtedly constitute one of the most serious threats to the security of the world today. Indeed, since the eighteenth century, and in conjunction with the Wahhabi religious establishment, Saudi Arabia became the centre for a new brand of religious imperialism based on sectarian movements. For nearly a century, the kingdom’s religious fervour kept the oil-rich country in the Western po ...
Saudi Arabia is the only country that stands against the Islamic Republic of Iran&thus it is Tel Aviv’s last line of defense against Tehran>
A report prepared by Tel Aviv University says Saudi Arabia is the last hope and defense line for Israel.
A senior National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) official says Saudi Arabia will not be able to make up for the absence of Iran's oil in the European markets if Iran halts EU oil exports. “I announce with certainty that [crude oil produced by] Saudi Arabia cannot take the place of Iranian oil in the global market,” Seyyed Mohsen Qamsari, NIOC director general for international affairs, said Wednesday. On January 23, EU foreign ministers reached an agreement in Brussels to impose sanctions on oil imports from Iran as of July 1 over Western claims that Tehran’s nuclear energy program contains a military aspect. The sanctions involve an immediate ban on all new oil contracts with the Islamic Republic and a freeze on the assets of the Central Bank of Iran within the EU. Ahead of the EU decision, Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi had said that the Kingdom is able to produce 12.5 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil. Riyadh is currently producing around 9-9.5 million bpd. Naimi stressed that Saud ...
Iran has been antagonized by the western Media particularly the US media, most Americans do not even realize that Iran is not an arab country and is more secular than Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Nonetheless, arabs too have great rich culture and are loving people. Iran is a Persian nation with a dist...
What is the difference between the repressive political systems of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran?
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