Growing Hezbollah Pains Over Its Syrian Intervention
17 Mar 2016

Growing Hezbollah Pains Over Its Syrian Intervention

The Kuwaiti government increased pressure against Hezbollah-linked businessmen, a report said Thursday, as the Kuwaiti General Directorate of State Security reportedly prepared lists of people banned from entering the country over their alleged links to the party. Growing Hezbollah pains over its Syrian intervention are beginning to manifest themselves in economic

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Saudi Arabia Shows Its Diplomatic Face
09 Mar 2016

Saudi Arabia Shows Its Diplomatic Face

Saudi Arabia and other Gulf monarchies could turn a page and build strong relations with Iran if it respects them and stops “meddling” in their affairs, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Wednesday. Saudi Arabia shows its diplomatic face. This turn around comes on the heels of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s visit

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Saudi Arabia Won't Rest Until Assad Departs
05 Mar 2016

Saudi Arabia Won’t Rest Until Assad Departs

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on Saturday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must leave at the beginning of a political transition, not at the end. Saudi Arabia won’t rest until Assad departs. The country’s leadership understands how dangerous he is to the security of all the Arab countries. Assad is

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Saudi Arabia Prepared To Send Troops To Syria If Assad Won't Leave Peacefully
02 Mar 2016

Saudi Arabia Prepared To Send Troops To Syria If Assad Won’t Leave Peacefully

Source: IBT – by Cristina Silva (Saudi Arabia Prepared To Send Troops To Syria If Assad Won’t Leave Peacefully) Saudi Arabia is prepared to send troops to Syria if President [psychopath] Bashar Assad doesn’t resign and leave his war-torn nation peacefully. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir warned Sunday that his country will take military action if

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Gulf Countries Designate Hezbollah a Terrorist Organization
02 Mar 2016

Gulf Countries Designate Hezbollah a Terrorist Organization

The Gulf Cooperation Council countries (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar) decided on Wednesday to declare Hezbollah a terrorist organization. It came a day after Hassan Nasrallah accused Saudi Arabia of pressuring Lebanon to silence his party. The Gulf countries designate Hezbollah a terrorist organization is just another sectarian

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3 Reasons Why Saudi Arabia Will Keep Oil Prices Low
29 Feb 2016

3 Reasons Why Saudi Arabia Will Keep Oil Prices Low

Source: Global Risk Insight (3 Reasons Why Saudi Arabia Will Keep Oil Prices Low) Summary: Last week Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Qatar, and Russia reached an historic agreement to cap oil production at mid-January levels. Absent an improbable cut in global production, oil prices will stay low as the current glut

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