Iran-Saudi Arabia

Iran Threatens Saudi Arabia: ‘We Will Leave No Area Untouched’

Iran will hit back at most of Saudi Arabia with the exception of Islam’s holiest places if the kingdom does anything “ignorant”, Tehran’s defense minister was quoted as saying on Sunday after a Saudi prince threatened to move the “battle” to Iran.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - DECEMBER 20, 2016: Iran's Defence Minister Hossein Dehghan (C) during a meeting with Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu. Vadim Savitsky/Russian Defence Ministry Press Office/TASS (Photo by Vadim Savitsky\TASS via Getty Images)

In Challenge to Russia and Saudi Arabia, Iran to Increase Oil Output

The government of Iran has announced it intends to increase its oil production to pre-sanction levels over the next couple of months, flooding the market with a new oil source just as Russia and Saudi Arabia have a deal in the works to stabilize the very volatile oil market.

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Top Saudi Cleric Decries Iranians as ‘Not Muslims’

Saudi Arabia’s top cleric said Iranians are “not Muslims”, after Iran’s supreme leader launched a fresh tirade over the kingdom’s handling of the hajj pilgrimage, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.


Saudi Daily: Iran Has Replaced Israel as the Gulf States’ No. 1 Enemy

TEL AVIV – The Saudi daily Al-Jazirah published an article Tuesday saying that Iran has replaced Israel as the number one enemy of the Gulf states, and anyone who disagrees is a traitor. The article, authored by Saudi journalist Muhammad Aal Al-Sheikh and translated by MEMRI, argues that Iran is exploiting the Palestinian issue as a pretext for “infiltrating deep into the Arab world, shredding its Arab fabric, and dragging Arab society into supporting its expansionary plan.”

People hold placards displaying portaits as they take part in a demonstration denouncing Iran's use of the death penalty on January 28, 2016 in Paris, organised to coincide with the official visit to France by the Iranian President.

Saudi Newspaper Urges Kingdom to Immediately Initiate Nuclear Program

TEL AVIV – Fearful of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons upon the expiration of key sections of the international nuclear accord, an influential pro-government Saudi newspaper has recommended that the Kingdom take immediate steps to join the nuclear club.

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Iranian Official: Saudi Arabia Subservient to U.S. and Zionists

TEL AVIV – Iran’s judiciary chief on Monday blasted Saudi Arabia for serving the interests of the United States and Israel by harming the Muslim world. “Unfortunately, the Saudi rulers have turned into a laborer at the service of the Zionists and

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