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An Egyptian court has issued a final ruling rejecting a controversial government plan to transfer two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, prompting cheers in the Cairo courtroom but potentially deepening tensions with the country’s erstwhile financial backer.
This year, the Saudi General Authority for Entertainment has some plans whose implementation would enrage extremist clergies of this country.
By arresting two political activists, Saudi Arabia has once again provoked international reactions.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has dismissed the recent allegations leveled by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against Tehran, saying Riyadh’s support for terrorists is the source of chaos in the Middle East.
In recent months, Saudi Arabia has been showing signals of retreat from the war it waged nearly two years ago on the impoverished people of Yemen.
The airstrikes of the Saudi-led coalition have killed an elderly Yemeni woman’s five children in the ongoing war against the poor Arab nation.
Michael Axworthy, a British academic who has also worked at the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office, believes that if Saudi Arabia is not warned against its activities in the Middle East, the Saudi-backed radical ideologies of Wahhabism and Salafism would finally win.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari lashed out at the Israeli and Saudi regimes for their attempts to incite insecurity in Iran, saying the Islamic Republic has thwarted all of those plots.