Published: Thu, June 15, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

ISIS wants to take over Saudi Arabia: US State Dept

ISIS wants to take over Saudi Arabia: US State Dept

Iran and the U.S. cut diplomatic ties shortly after Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution and enmity to Washington has always been a rallying point for hardline supporters of Ayatollah Khamenei in Iran. Iran's Foreign Minister tweeted in response that Trump's comments were "repugnant".

Those attacks, which left at least 12 people dead, were claimed by ISIS.

The former UN S.G. said that recent presidential (May 19) elections in Iran has signaled required message to West.

The Iranian leader also said the United States and Saudi Arabia are in partnership when it comes to funding Sunni militants.

He mentioned that victims of terror in Iran include people of different ethnic and religious groups as terrorists have been targeting them as "Iranians" and not as individuals belonging to a certain ethnic or religious group. Iran has accused Saudi Arabia of funding Islamist militants, including IS.

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Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke off relations with Qatar on 5 June, accusing the small but oil-rich emirate of supporting "terrorism" and being too close to Iran, which is Riyadh's regional rival.

"We are facing a proxy warfare in the region as a new trick by the arrogant powers against the Islamic Republic", Izadi said Sunday according to Iran's semiofficial Fars News Agency. In the view of many Iranians, wherever they stand on the country's reformist-conservative axis, any lack of political or social freedom in the Islamic Republic is a price worth paying for a secure state, and they have dreaded the day when - if - that security would come to an end. Under the JCPOA, Iran undertook to put limitations on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran.

Zarif said the Senate's move showed "the US's short-sightedness" and was a sign of the "wrong policy" adopted by the United States government.

"In any case", Mogherini said, "the European Union will guarantee that the deal keeps, that we stick to that. and that our policy of engagement with Iran continues".

But al Thani disputed that Monday, saying that "if the problem is Iran, why have those measures been taken against Qatar, why not taken against Iran?" On the sidelines, he is expected to hold more one-on-one meetings with participating dignitaries.

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