The most recent crisis was triggered by US President Donald Trump’s visit to Riyadh, the first to any country after assuming office.
Saudi Arabia has publicly expressed its support for Syrian fighters trying to topple the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad.
“That is why there is a possibility that the war, which until now was viewed as a war between proxies would be replaced by direct intervention of Israel and Saudi Arabia”, Shamir finally stated. At that time, Hassan Rouhani, President of the Iranian executive branch, followed by Mohammad-Reza Ne’matzadeh, his Minister of Industry, Trade and Mines, went to Paris. Here we are talking of significant sums.
In a sudden move, Qatar revived his relations with Iran and returned his ambassador to Tehran more than 20 months after he was recalled in protest over the ransacking of Saudi Arabia’s missions by protesters. We have to ask ourselves whether the 16-year fight against terrorism has made America and its allies any safer. Although Prince Mohammed is at the origin of the conflict, he has now understood that that he just cannot win this battle, and could let the responsibility of this disastrous adventure flow back to his father, King Salmane. I had access to the hotel buffet which was always decadent and delicious but you can eat only so much. And the sheer scale of human tragedy will force Riyadh to resort to end its military assaults in Yemen through diplomatic means. For instance, Adel al-Jubeir will probably become the new victim of the Al Saud dynasty, being fired under the pretext that he was the source of tension in relations with Iran and deepening divisions between the two countries. But in general, the way these things work is that parallel ideas are proposed, and there is some convergence if the ideas have merit.
Jack Rosen is chairman of the American Jewish Congress. He’s got about 2000 there, and look what they are doing.
Of note for those not near a world map: Shia-majority Iraq lies on the fault line between Shia-dominated Iran and Sunni-ruled Arab Gulf monarchies that include Saudi Arabia.
However they were soon to find that Qatar had no intention of meeting their expectations, and simply continued along its chosen independent path – backing Islamists while also offering itself as a key US ally.
The Alef news website has published an article dubbed “Iraq, the Gateway to Settlement of Syria Crisis, and Adel al-Jubeir, a Victim of Saudi Arabia’s Change of Policy”. “A better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists and extremists”.
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– One of the partners of the contract signed with auto manufacturer Renault on 7 August is the company “Negin-Khodro” apparently belonging to the private sector, but which is actually one of the companies with extremely corrupt leaders linked to the IRGC.
Iran came in from the cold, thanks to former US President Barack Obama’s success in closing a deal, assented to by other major powers, to cap its nuclear programme in exchange for removing sanctions. “And drive them out of this Earth”. Currently, a ruthless struggle for power rages in Iran.
The project has been going on for almost a year and yet reports have only circulated in the last few weeks. “We are killing terrorists”. I disagree. The reason for Saudi outreach stems from the kingdom’s mounting fear of losing its leadership role and prestige – whatever’s left of all this in the Middle East – in the face of Iran’s growing influence.
My handprint it seems could not be confirmed by the London Embassy as the computer server was down. All this goes against France’s Middle East policy. Blog authors are NOT employees, freelance or salaried, of The Jerusalem Post. Market analysts say that with low production costs and infrastructure already in place, Qatar is well placed to come out on top. There are few parks, no paintings on the walls, no art galleries, no play houses, no cinema.
Impossible of these age-old enemies?