Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race
Ramadan toll shows Islamic State in pitched recruiting race
15 June, 2017, 02:22
Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia have escalated as Iran's Revolutionary Guards blamed the deadly 7 June Tehran attack on Saudi Arabia. Last year, on a trip to Europe, the country's reform-minded president, Hassan Rouhani, boasted that Iran was "the safest, the most stable country" in the Middle East.
Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei claimed the United States has caused major instability in the Middle East, adding the country's fight against ISIS is "a lie". "They have problems with the existence of Islamic Republic of Iran.Most of our problems with them can not be resolved", the semi-official Fars news agency quoted him as saying. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries recently published a list of groups and individuals considered terrorists within the framework of the severing of relations with Qatar over accusations the country supports terrorism and has been attempting to destabilize Gulf states.
Following Iran's Islamic revolution in 1979, both countries discontinued diplomatic relations.
The Islamic State (Daesh) terrorist group stages attacks in the region under the guidance and with the support of the United States and Saudi Arabia, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brig.
Iran and the United States cut diplomatic ties shortly after Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution and enmity to Washington has always been a rallying point for hardline supporters of Khamenei in Iran.
"Iran shouted slogans against America and Israel", a narrator asserted, "in order to deceive the Sunnis, while the Jews of Iran live in security under the protection of the Iranian state".
The hearing focused on where the United States' and Saudi Arabia's interests align in their fight against the spread of terrorism in the Middle East and how the United States should conduct itself with regard to the Saudi Arabia's local SaudArabian influence.
"It is absolutely imperative.to establish a permanent mechanism for consultation, conversation and conflict resolution in our region, using some variation of the Helsinki approach", said the foreign minister, in reference to the 1975 Helsinki Accords. Who created Islamic State?
Ayatollah Khamenei also broached the subject of the US's increased saber-rattling and further sanctions following Iran's recent presidential election. They could not even tolerate huge turnouts in Iranian elections and, as a result, began to carry out acts of terror, added the MP.
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