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A recent report on Iran's relationship with Saudi Arabia, as they have both fought proxy wars across the Middle East in the last few years

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Minhas hi
It is manufactured conflict designed and created by Zionist just like Iran Iraq war Saudia and Iran should realize the conspiracies against Islam and their consequence
N afshar The great
Zionist. &Israel using Saudi wahhabi trrorist ideology to destroying meddleast countris for Israel using all kind of wahhabi salafi trrorist. To destroying destabilising. Muslim countris for Israel
Bitcoin Master
This was terrible.
Agusta Sister
You want world peace ban Islam world wide
Helen Q
Iran uses attacks on diplomatic sites as an instrument of its foreign policy. The 1979 takeover of the American Embassy in Tehran was only the beginning. Since then, embassies of Britain, Denmark, Kuwait, France, Russia and Saudi Arabia have been attacked in Iran or abroad by Iranian proxies. Foreign diplomats and domestic political opponents have been assassinated around the world.
Helen Q
The Iranian government’s behavior has been consistent since the 1979 revolution. The constitution that Iran adopted states the objective of exporting the revolution. As a consequence, Iran has supported violent extremist groups, including Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Houthis in Yemen and sectarian militias in Iraq. Iran or its proxies have been blamed for terrorist attacks around the world, including the bombings of the United States Marine barracks in Beirut in 1983 and the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia in 1996, and the assassinations in the Mykonos restaurant in Berlinin 1992. And by some estimates Iranian-backed forces have killed over 1,100 American troops in Iraq since 2003.
Helen Q
Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, the government of Iran has been accused by members of the international community of funding, providing equipment, weapons, training and giving sanctuary to terrorists.
Syed Mohammad
Labbaik Ya Hussain ...Death to Saudi Regime.
Men In Black
This is not about religion but control of resources.
Iran won the war against Iraq
Iran won when Saddam was deposed
Iran won when Israel was defeated in Lebanon
Iran won when terrorists were defeated in Syria

Saudi lost on all fronts, including Yemen and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
Gerald Miller
Islam-- one is shia and the other is sunni. They always find excuses to kill each other.
Agusta Sister
Duh...ITS CALLED ISLAM
Samul Lio
Iranian are invaders and aggressive . If they had power they make all the people in the world slaves for themselves
unpaid troll
they always mention it is shia vs sunni.. which is part of the story.. but its the Wahabis from both Saudi and Iran that are crazy as hell and terrorizing the entire planet.. fake news will tell you iran and saudi are enemies.. when it is exactly the opposite situation
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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned the U.S. and its allies that it would be 'suicidal' to start a war with Iran, accusing Washington of having a 'pathological obsession' with his country.
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