Iran’s permanent representative to the UN dismissed Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz’s recent accusations against Tehran as a “blame game” aimed at diverting world attention away from Riyadh’s dark record of supporting terrorism.
Tehran has dismissed the allegations leveled by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz against Iran during his rant at the UN as a mere blame game meant to cover up Riyadh’s war crimes, saying consecutive political and military defeats in Yemen has plunged the kingdom into a state of delirium.
The European Parliament called on European Union (EU) member states to impose an arms embargo on Saudi Arabia over its gruesome murder of well-known dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the Saudi devastating war on Yemen.
Iran’s permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to investigate Saudi Arabia’s “secret” nuclear activities, warning that the international community will not tolerate any “deviation” from a peaceful nuclear program.
Ibraahin’s first week of work at a market in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was also his last. As the sun set on the fifth day, the police descended upon the crowds and rounded up the 40-year-old Somali, along with several other undocumented migrant workers. They were transported to the nearby Al-Shumaisi Detention Center where many, including Ibraahin, remain months later, awaiting deportation.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi's scheduled visit to Saudi Arabia, which was due to start on Monday, was postponed after King Salman was admitted to hospital in the capital Riyadh for gall bladder inflammation.