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What Price Will the UAE Pay for its Emotional Decision to Go Along with...

The United Arab Emirates, which has always followed Saudi policies, and has taken part in the killings of Yemeni people led by Riyadh, announced its readiness to send ground troops into Syria along with the Saudis. However, it is not known whether the UAE has thought about the repercussions of its decisions or not.

Clever answer by an Iraqi female Parliamentarian to Saudi diplomat

A female Iraqi Parliamentarian responding to a comment by Saudi ambassador to Baghdad about democracy said the last time Saudis took part in an election goes back to the time of their decision to...

Is Adel al-Jubeir a CIA choice?

Seyyed Ali Musavi Khalkhali: There are informed sources in the Iranian Foreign Ministry who believe that the changes in Saudi Arabia's new government have been directly carried out under the eyes of the CIA....

Larijani: Prince Bandar told me “we made mistake in Afghanistan and Iraq”

Parliament Speaker, Mr. Ali Larijani said Saudi rulers made a strategic mistake adding that their understanding of problems faced by Islamic World is wrong.

Saudi co-wives, find a third one for their 70 years old husband

The 70 years old bride-groom is enjoying his third honeymoon with his newly wedded bride.

Why Saudis Need to Rethink Their Policies

It’s no secret that Saudi Arabia is in deep social and political troubles, both internally and externally. For the past decades, the family has been leading an absolutely pre-medieval society to become a rich and glamorous petroleum-smelling society with sky-scrapers and fancy cars. Yet, the structure and norms of the society remain unchanged.
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14 reasons why Saudi Arabia is a failed Mideast power

Saudi Arabia started 2016 shamefully by carrying out its largest mass execution since 1980, putting 47 men to death on Jan. 2. Among them were at least four prominent Shia activists, including a leader of the kingdom's Shia minority, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. The killings have spurred a new round of tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the two regional powers.

Saudis made a mistake; tough days lie ahead

The editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm says his newspaper opposes the death penalties handed down by a corrupt Saudi judicial system which does not appreciate the minimum values of justice and its tools.
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Iran, Saudi Arabia seem to avoid hasty decisions

Tehran’s reaction to the Saudi embassy incident in Tehran shows that Iran seeks to avoid a new crisis in the conflict-hit Middle East region.

Tehran underlines the security of Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran

Tehran police have made a few arrests outside the Saudi embassy in the capital, urging people to pursue their protest at the execution of Sheikh Nimr through legal channels.

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