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Saudi Arabia warns against "nefarious activities" by Iran

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Pot-pan-black, Riyadh.

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Saudi Arabia is finally in the international fear-mongering business, just like its ally Israel, who has kept the rhetoric hopping. For about 20 years now, Tel-Aviv has been screaming that Tehran is "only a year away from having a bomb." Still waiting...

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Saudi Arabia warns against "nefarious activities" by Iran

Need a mirror?

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Saudi Arabia warns against "nefarious activities" by Iran

I remember that 15 of 19 hijackers on September 11 attacks were Saudi, 15 on 19. Almost all of them. All Sunni. None was Iranian. Saudi Arabia is the black hole of Middle East.

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"Nefarious activities" like, going against the cancerous spread of the some of the ideologies that are backing ISIS?

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The Saudis can eat sand. I hope they go bankrupt soon as it will stop their funding of terrorists and extremism.

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What, like attacking a sovereign country with your modern weapons that is decades behind in everything modern? I guess that US exceptionalism has rubbed off a bit.

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Wow, now both Israel and Saudi Arabia

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I remember that 15 of 19 hijackers on September 11 attacks were Saudi

I remember that too. It made me angry @the Bush family. We shake hands with the white Daesh and target the black Daesh. The US really needs to evaluate its relationship with Riyadh.

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"I remember that 15 of 19 hijackers on September 11 attacks were Saudi"

You remember what you were told, so just keep drinking the Kool-aid!!

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