The head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry said that Iran "occupies the Arab territories of Syria"

Israeli information portal "Cursor" reports that during the meeting, Saudi Foreign Minister Al-Jubeira with his colleague from Germany, Steinmeier, was the first to accuse the Iranian leadership of "occupying the Arab territory of Syria." According to the head of Saudi diplomacy, official Tehran "is obliged to withdraw its troops from the territory of Syria and also to withdraw Shiite militants."


The head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry said that Iran "occupies the Arab territories of Syria"


Meanwhile, materials appeared in the Iranian media, the authors of which claim that during the visits of Saudi officials to Russia, they offered Moscow a “bribe” in the amount of 300 billion dollars for Moscow to refuse support for Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Iranian media reported that the Saudi prince allegedly personally spoke on this subject with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

A spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, commented on the statements of the Iranian media, stating the following (quote LifeNews):

This is not true. This is a newspaper duck.


The same Iranian media (in particular, the news agency FARSNews) write that across the Turkish border in connection with the attacks aviation The Russian Air Force and the offensive of the Syrian government army increased the flow of militants fleeing from the front. Iranian news The agency reports that Turkish authorities are conducting secret negotiations with militant leaders so that militants return to Syria and continue fighting on the side of the Jebhat al-Nusra group, which, according to Tehran, is also actively supported by Saudi Arabia. Official Ankara has not yet commented on these statements by the Iranian press.
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  1. sinukvl 20 October 2015 14: 28 New
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    How did the Bedouins get angry that their plans for Syria are covered with a copper basin. And most importantly, they learned to play the hypocrite no worse than their masters because of the large puddle.
    1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 29 New
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      They would have to monitor their territories-and soon the Hussites will also occupy the Che-thread there))
      1. MIKHAN 20 October 2015 14: 38 New
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        Iran is the main goal of all this massacre in the BV ... And Syria is an outpost-Brest fortress! If we survive, then much will change in the world ..
        1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 15: 10 New
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          Quote: MIKHAN
          .A Syria is an outpost of Brest Fortress!

          about how. An archaic example. How did the epic with fortress end up in the know?
          Of course, I have not heard of Tamerlane and the Mamelukes? It’s somehow geographically closer ...
      2. kizhe 20 October 2015 14: 53 New
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        Pereinach- uncouple-
      3. Maxom75 20 October 2015 15: 40 New
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        it is hard for the Hussites, there is no help. And it would be possible to throw ATGMs from long-term storage warehouses so that the land operation would become not so simple in Yemen.
        1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 18: 04 New
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          Quote: Maxom75
          it is hard for the Hussites, there is no help. And it would be possible to throw from warehouses

          this couch’s preoccupation always touches with the fate of the orphaned and offended: “it’s hard for the guys, they should be thrown up (MANPADS, some thread of tanks, tarpaulin boots GOST 19137-89, stewed meat,“ gaziks ”-69's)
          Quote: Maxom75
          from long-term storage
          "And the portraits of Putin roll ...
          1. Maxom75 20 October 2015 19: 49 New
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            here the logic is different, throwing firewood into someone else's fire, to extinguish it was harder. Learn the mat. part.
          2. Talgat 20 October 2015 20: 21 New
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            Quote: Das Boot
            this couch’s concern is always touched by the fate of the orphaned and offended: “hard for the guys


            Well, in vain you are so! In fact, people express their position

            and I believe that the position of the majority is correct, thank God! The Saudi obscurantists did much harm to the USSR, and then after the collapse, the peoples of the former Union - they supported the bandits - they spend billions on bearded men and breed terror in Central Asia

            If the Hussites or anyone is against them, then we all benefit

            And Iran supports these Hussites - and to the benefit of Syria and Iran and to all of us. Of course, due to the dominance of the United States and the temporary weakness of the anti-Amerian alliance, not everyone can openly oppose the Saudis and other Middle Eastern allies of the United States (for example, Israel) - but the fact that people even speak out - and are not afraid - is already good
        2. Vadim237 20 October 2015 18: 57 New
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          Husites are already helping out; they recently destroyed 20 planes and helicopters at one of the Saudi bases.
    2. aleks26 20 October 2015 15: 10 New
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      And most importantly, they learned to play the hypocrite no worse than their masters because of the large puddle.
      They always knew how to do it. It’s in their blood, so it’s still not known who studied with whom.
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    4. Maxom75 20 October 2015 15: 38 New
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      Do not confuse Saudi princes and Bedouins - these are different people. The Bedouins are usually great wars, the royal clan is the traders and war heaters.
      1. Etric 20 October 2015 18: 17 New
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        There is a version that it is the Jews who correctly disguised as Arabs
      2. atalef 20 October 2015 18: 26 New
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        Quote: Maxom75
        Do not confuse Saudi princes and Bedouins - these are different people. The Bedouins are usually great wars, the royal clan is the traders and war heaters.

        Gardens are not Bedouins? This is something new .
        1. Hello 20 October 2015 19: 31 New
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          Quote: atalef
          Gardens are not Bedouins? This is something new .

          Apparently farmers, although what to plow there request
          1. Maxom75 20 October 2015 19: 48 New
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            the climate has changed dramatically in recent years, before the Arabian Peninsula abounded with oases, but human nonsense destroyed most of the oases.
        2. Maxom75 20 October 2015 19: 45 New
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          not new, but it is. The Saudis are the descendants of the prophet, and he was not a Bedouin. The Saudis belong to the clan of merchants and priests (originally Zoroastrians and Gentiles). They lived in Mecca and Medina, as well as in oases where they were tillers, Bedouins are nomadic inhabitants of the desert always with a water problem! The Bedouins often made gangs and raided the oases and settlements inside them, as well as caravans, and they were afraid of attacking the cities; there was a hired guard, mainly Turks or Persians. Bedouins are always considered to be a despised part of Muslims in most countries of the Middle East and North Africa; a prosperous Arab will never give consent to the marriage of his children with Bedouin children. One of the most famous Bedouin tribes of TUAREGI. So do not confuse the concept.
  2. vorobey 20 October 2015 14: 29 New
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    300 billion dollars .. what can you do with that kind of money?

    And I would take it in cash ... and then with calibers ... But what did the Frenchmen do with the colonel ...
    1. Good me 20 October 2015 14: 35 New
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      Quote: vorobey
      And I would take it in cash ... and then with the clybras ... But what did the Frenchmen do with the colonel ...


      And Sarkozy, borrowed, apparently much less ...
      1. vorobey 20 October 2015 14: 41 New
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        Quote: Good I
        And Sarkozy, borrowed, apparently much less ...


        suckers do not offer such money .. laughing
        1. Alexander Romanov 20 October 2015 15: 42 New
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          Quote: vorobey
          suckers do not offer such money ..

          Sanya, did they offer you that kind of money? -no, then sucker laughing
          1. vorobey 20 October 2015 17: 54 New
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Quote: vorobey
            suckers do not offer such money ..

            Sanya, did they offer you that kind of money? -no, then sucker laughing


            from sucker and hear ... laughing
      2. Das Boot 20 October 2015 15: 23 New
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        Quote: Good I
        And Sarkozy, borrowed, apparently much less ...

        well, this one is classically sorted out with one of its sponsor creditors. Gaddafi mean.
        1. Good me 20 October 2015 19: 06 New
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          Quote: Das Boot
          well, this one is classically sorted out with one of its sponsor creditors. Gaddafi mean.


          Duc, I wrote about this, and ...
    2. DenZ 20 October 2015 14: 47 New
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      Yeah, they would. And our native Centro Bank would have invested them in American papers. Here is the (censored) beauty !!!
    3. sa-ag 20 October 2015 14: 50 New
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      Quote: vorobey
      Now what can you do with that kind of money?

      CCCP build :-)
      1. Alexander Romanov 20 October 2015 15: 43 New
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        Quote: sa-ag
        CCCP build :-)

        Oh Saag, you're here again. Well, what a meeting.
    4. ROD VDVshny 20 October 2015 15: 52 New
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      Quote: vorobey
      300 billion dollars .. what can you do with that kind of money?

      ... If I were a king, I would eat bacon and bacon, slept every day on fresh straw ... AND BECAUSE I STORED A HUNDRED RUBLES AND RUN ... wassat
      1. Mikhail Krapivin 20 October 2015 15: 58 New
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        Two thousand bucks for every citizen of the Russian Federation. Bullshit, tears on the scale of the country. A still life in the photo is valid!
        1. vorobey 20 October 2015 17: 54 New
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          Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
          Two thousand bucks for every citizen of the Russian Federation. Bullshit, tears on the scale of the country. A still life in the photo is valid!


          true communist ... laughing already counted and shared ... laughing I would not share with anyone ... tongue yes .. i'm pushing ..
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        3. atalef 20 October 2015 18: 27 New
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          Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
          Two thousand bucks for every citizen of the Russian Federation. Bullshit, tears on the scale of the country. A still life in the photo is valid!

          Indeed, tears.
          1. vorobey 20 October 2015 19: 05 New
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            Quote: atalef
            Indeed, tears.


            boys pour me your "tears" laughing I am greedy, unprincipled and greedy recourse

            Hi Sanya ... Captainish already? Saudis say your friends ... then you protect the Sunnis ... and you don’t like blacks yourself .. laughing
            1. Hello 20 October 2015 19: 33 New
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              Quote: vorobey
              Saudis say your friends ..

              With such friends, I wouldn’t have sat down in the same desert no
            2. Cat man null 20 October 2015 19: 35 New
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              vorobey?

              Allow me to intervene in your .. cabal?

              You think, while I smoke I’ll go wink
      2. vorobey 20 October 2015 17: 52 New
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        Quote: PANEL VDVshny
        AND THEN HAVE STORED A HUNDRED RUBLES AND RUN ...


        you would have sat for a hundred rubles ... laughing

        serpent seducer ..
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  3. Penetrator 20 October 2015 14: 29 New
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    during the visits of Saudi officials to Russia, they offered Moscow a "bribe" in the amount of 300 billion for Moscow to refuse to support Bashar al-Assad in Syria

    Few! At least a trillion is needed - we still have to pay for Crimea and Donbass with Ukraine. The Terrible Rabbit put up such an amount, but he does not intend to joke smile By the way, what about Steinmeier in the photo for the article, without glasses and a kuffie? Some kind of person is not Arab ..
  4. Same lech 20 October 2015 14: 30 New
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    The head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry said that Iran "occupies the Arab territories of Syria"


    What you blather then towards IRAN ...
    After all, they themselves invaded Yemen, bomb civilians there, in SYRIA how many of your scumbags are cutting heads for people .... they would be silent.
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 15: 18 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      What you blather then towards IRAN ...

      why don’t they blather? They are with Iran through the Persian puddle - at hand. The Yankees of Roosevelt were taken away from the parking lot in the Gulf - the Saudis didn’t have an iron point, and the combined military potential of the monarchies did not inspire optimism. And the Persians clearly make it clear that they are claiming leadership in the BV. A wonderful moment of truth for the Saudis - "Does money decide everything? ... Yes, noones ..."
      1. Cat man null 20 October 2015 23: 42 New
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        Quote: Das Boot
        They are with Iran through the Persian puddle - a stone's throw

        This is called Arabian Gulf. Try being there, call it Persian - I guarantee a lot of impressions, different.

        Quote: Das Boot
        Yankee Roosevelt withdrew from parking in the bay

        And what did he decide there? A pair of air bases near by, and there is no less there than on Roosevelt ..

        Quote: Das Boot
        the total military potential of the monarchies of optimism does not inspire them

        Not that word. He's stupidly no.

        Quote: Das Boot
        And the Persians clearly make it clear that they are claiming leadership in the BV. A wonderful moment of truth for the Saudis - "Does money decide everything? ... Yes, noones ..."

        So, let them decide ... with those who survive - it will be possible to talk .. though .. Kuwait do not remember when the Persians tried to occupy it? It would not be repeated ..
  5. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 31 New
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    According to the head of Saudi diplomacy, official Tehran "must withdraw its troops from Syria and also recall Shiite militants."

    That is, the Saudi troops in Yemen are by decision of the UN Security Council, not otherwise.
  6. Asadullah 20 October 2015 14: 32 New
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    Turkish authorities are secretly negotiating with militant leaders so that militants return to Syria again and continue fighting on the side of the Jebhat al-Nusra group, which, according to Tehran, actively supports and Saudi Arabia.


    Persians formulate ..... how not to support your son! Nusrallou SA, IG - Qatar. Everyone else wants to get some money for something. Some for what they know. Nothing new.
  7. Mountain shooter 20 October 2015 14: 33 New
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    Peskov denied. No, it's a duck. 300 yards were not offered. offered 500. But Putin gave them time to think. Over your behavior. And they have more - no.
  8. Thronekeeper 20 October 2015 14: 33 New
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    Recalls a statement by a US presidential candidate that Assad invaded Syria by * iotism. Syrians by nationality from not quite Arabs to not Arabs at all. Their “titular” nation is the Syrians, a very ancient people, the descendants of the Syrians proper - Yakhmad, as it was called the Polis Confederation in the ancient world, the Phoenicians, Hittites, Hurrians and Mittans. Assyrians, Greeks, Circassians - who are not there. And the Persians, by the way, also have. And the Arabs are not in the first place, say. So about the "original Arab territories" - boltology.
    Then, Iran is involved in the CTO, and there is no de facto or de jure “occupation”.
    1. venaya 20 October 2015 15: 04 New
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      the Syrians, a very ancient people, the descendants of the Syrians proper - Yahmad, as the Polis confederation was called in the ancient world, the Phoenicians, the Hittites, Hurrites and Mittanians

      Thanks for the post. I paid special attention to the presence of the Hittites, they are a very ancient people, their culture occupied the entire Anatolian Peninsula and at that time (3500 years ago) was advanced, in many respects it exceeded the culture of Egypt, constantly fighting with them and other neighbors. In the 20s, it turned out that they were a white, blue-eyed people, genetically closest to the Russians, that is why I look at them and am surprised.
      1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 16: 09 New
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        Quote: venaya
        that it is a white, blue-eyed people, genetically closest to the Russians

        So what? What conclusion? By the way, about the etymology of the burial "Iran" in the know?
        1. venaya 20 October 2015 17: 48 New
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          Quote: Das Boot
          By the way, about the etymology of the burial "Iran" in the know?

          Not very up to date "etymology of the burial "Iran""- I liked the name Persia - in Russian, and their language, Farsi - also pa-rsi (or pa-russians). Klassen also wrote about this. I missed the etymology with Iran, it’s possible to enlighten, it will be useful to many. About conclusions, so it is not very quoted here, punished.
          1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 18: 58 New
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            Quote: venaya
            I liked the name Persia - in Russian, and their language, Farsi - also pa-rsi (or pa-russi). Klassen also wrote about this.

            OK. I dare not destroy your comfortable ethnogenetic world)
            Quote: venaya
            I missed the etymology with Iran,

            well, nice. Or like that
            Quote: venaya
            pa-rsi (or pa-rusi)
            - okay.
    2. atalef 20 October 2015 18: 34 New
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      Recalls a statement by a US presidential candidate that Assad invaded Syria by * iotism. Syrians by nationality from not quite Arabs to not Arabs at all. Their “titular” nation is the Syrians, a very ancient people, the descendants of the Syrians proper - Yakhmad, as it was called the Polis Confederation in the ancient world, the Phoenicians, Hittites, Hurrians and Mittans. Assyrians, Greeks, Circassians - who are not there. And the Persians, by the way, also have. And the Arabs are not in the first place, say. So about the "original Arab territories" - boltology.
      Then, Iran is involved in the CTO, and there is no de facto or de jure “occupation”.

      Syrians are not Arabs, but who?
      If the Syrians are not Arabs, then the Russians are not Russian (based on your theory), and who are the Krivichi, the Balts, the Ugrophins, the Scythians, the Sarmatians?
  9. paxil 20 October 2015 14: 35 New
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    Bloodthirsty I’ll say so. Death to the Wahhabis, the Saudis, we still recall the Caucasus and all the attacks carried out for your money, gouges flickered. It is necessary to help Siri and Iran, and there the Persians will figure it out with the Saudis, as they say how much the rope does not curl .........
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 17: 33 New
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      Quote: paxil
      Bloodthirsty I will say so.

      If about dudes with an index finger - normally said. This is just the beginning.
  10. nivander 20 October 2015 14: 35 New
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    300 lard !!! Ukrainians would have sold everything for 3 lard
    1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 38 New
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      Not "would", but "already" laughing
      Not for 3, but for 5 laughing
      1. vorobey 20 October 2015 14: 46 New
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        Quote: Sauron80
        Not "would", but "already" laughing
        Not for 3, but for 5 laughing


        three but small ...
        1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 53 New
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          ... but yesterday ... laughing
  11. raid14 20 October 2015 14: 36 New
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    He offered a bribe ... But he didn’t.
    - Threatened!
    - Che asked something?
    “I do not understand ...”
    - What a cunning person!
    DMB 2000
  12. Bourgeois 20 October 2015 14: 37 New
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    Some kind of nonsense, as if Iran does not have enough problems without this.
  13. Mama_Cholli 20 October 2015 14: 38 New
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    I can imagine how the whole Iran laughs in response to this proposal ...
  14. Armored optimist 20 October 2015 14: 38 New
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    The Saudis are now non-negotiable. They will have a coup there from day to day.
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 15: 36 New
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      Quote: armored optimist
      They will have a coup there from day to day.

      palace? do not make me laugh. Although yes - oil quotes are very sensitive to the replacement of one nerd in a pillowcase with a bagel on his head for another of the same. Where does the Communist Party of Saudi Arabia look ????? There is a monarchical crisis in the kingdom, war - it's time to grab mail, telegraphs ... oh, yes - the Internet, bridges ... no, got excited with bridges ... mosques, Mecca, princes' bedrooms, garages with lamborghini and other exotic things !!!
  15. Wolka 20 October 2015 14: 39 New
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    yeah, Iran occupy the territory of Syria, and as you see no one is calling, oh unhappy camellians, offended
  16. Watchdog 20 October 2015 14: 40 New
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    Iran "occupies the Arab territories of Syria"
    Hooray!
    And we don’t know whose interests Mr. Barack Obama is working out in Syria. Who are his customers. The fool is clear. Assad is associated with Iran and therefore it is a stumbling block. And therefore, they are in a hurry to remove him, as Gaddafi was removed.
    Yes, that's just no one gave these camel princes a long time to light. And it is very simple to do. And the RSAs will lose interest in them.
    1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 42 New
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      By the way, how's it going in Yemen? They say the Saudi airbase has been "scandalized", though in the non-living Western media this is not a word. Where is the truth to find out?
  17. Sagittarius YaNAO 20 October 2015 14: 42 New
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    Materials appeared in the Iranian media, the authors of which claim that during the visits of Saudi officials to Russia, they offered Moscow a "bribe" of $ 300 billion for Moscow to refuse to support Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

    Even if they donate all their deposits, not enough.
  18. roskot 20 October 2015 14: 49 New
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    official Tehran "is obliged to withdraw its troops from Syria and also recall Shiite militants."

    And where did he get that Iran should. Iran, which should have already forgiven everyone.
    1. Stirbjorn 20 October 2015 16: 17 New
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      In general, it resembles the rhetoric of the current leaders of a single European state wassat
  19. Gormenghast 20 October 2015 14: 52 New
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    What does the Saudis have to do with Syria and Iran?

    So far, only their relationship to ISIS is known (approvers, s, pay-s, arm-s).
  20. BOB044 20 October 2015 14: 55 New
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    The Saudis are worried with Syrian territory, they got a bummer. The pipeline from Qatar is canceled. The military base of Russia will be in Syria. It turns out that in the Mediterranean, the United States is not alone in commanding. And it turns out they all have a bummer as Russia confused them all the cards. Have a rest guys. hi
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 16: 03 New
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      The pipeline from Qatar is canceled.

      OK. What about Iranian gas? Second place in the world in reserves. One competitor pushed back, but with the Persians how? Their influence in Syria is much greater than ours, no matter what our media sing.
  21. Makslehman 20 October 2015 14: 59 New
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    To deduce that they should give way to them? The occupation has not yet grown))) So only adult uncles can act.
  22. lexx2038 20 October 2015 15: 04 New
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    It is necessary to bomb this American gas station already, and make the territory a reserve for camels. To avenge the USSR.
  23. asadov 20 October 2015 15: 05 New
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    I would say so. It didn’t work out stealthily - they tried it with money but also stealthily.
  24. manguest 20 October 2015 15: 07 New
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    The Saudis simply have a good idea of ​​the course of events. It was fun for them to tear Syria, and now that the situation has changed, it can very easily turn out quite the opposite. Campaign already oh.
  25. Andryukha G 20 October 2015 15: 10 New
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    Popular expression
  26. gomer 20 October 2015 15: 11 New
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    Or maybe you also have the keys to the apartment where the money is.
  27. cniza 20 October 2015 15: 23 New
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    Quote: manguest
    The Saudis simply have a good idea of ​​the course of events. It was fun for them to tear Syria, and now that the situation has changed, it can very easily turn out quite the opposite. Campaign already oh.



    They themselves would save the country, there is a mess.
  28. VNP1958PVN 20 October 2015 15: 26 New
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    Started looking for the extreme in the delicate business of the East? You see how their GDP “alerted”! laughing
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    And the fact that ISIS controlled by him occupied 4/5 of the territory of SYRIA and executed a quarter of the local population there, does it somehow not survive the honorable genie?
  30. Ribald 20 October 2015 15: 56 New
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    The Saudi Bedouins will play out to the point that they will be returned to their natural habitat, the desert, turning into it everything that they built there.
  31. tommy717 20 October 2015 16: 03 New
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    Quote: sinukvl
    How did the Bedouins get angry that their plans for Syria are covered with a copper basin. And most importantly, they learned to play the hypocrite no worse than their masters because of the large puddle.

    They will answer us for the Caucasus!
  32. Semen Semyonitch 20 October 2015 16: 15 New
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    This is not true. This is a newspaper duck.
    There is no smoke without fire. Most likely offered ....
  33. Hello 20 October 2015 16: 19 New
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    Oh wei Saudis are such Saudis
    official Tehran "is obliged to withdraw its troops from Syria and also recall Shiite militants."

    Maybe they will unite their comrades and life will be much more fun. fellow
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 16: 46 New
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      Quote: Hello
      Maybe they will unite their comrades and life will be much more fun.

      There are several clichés that some comrades at VO imagine, believe:
      1. Israel threatens the entire BV. Not on Saturdays, but finally.
      2. Persians - cute and obedient. When they are released from the sanctions hollow, they will eat nuts from our palm, like squirrels in the park.
      3. The Saudis are ridiculous dudes in burnts on camels or Porsche 911, corrupted by an abundance of caustobiolites. They go the easy way: they do not build a fleet or an army, but stupidly buy lobbyists in the Capitol
      4. Syria is our Brest Fortress! (sorry, but this nonsense - quote)
      5. The victory of Assad (!) Will provide our falcons! Konashenkov - the new Levitan! Death (German, Arabic, Turkish, Jewish, Ihoshny, moderately oppositional, "self-non-local" and others - Underline whatever applicable) to the invaders!
      1. Hello 20 October 2015 17: 10 New
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        1. Israel threatens the entire BV. Not on Saturdays, but finally.

        Taki on Saturdays we cannot forgive repeat
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        5. The victory of Assad (!) Will provide our falcons! Konashenkov - the new Levitan! Death (to German, Arab, Turkish, Jewish, Ighosh, moderately oppositional, "self-non-local" and others - emphasize the necessary) to the invaders!

        Hooray comrades laughing good
        1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 17: 27 New
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          Hooray comrades

          oh yes, sorry, a problem with Levitan ... But by the way ...
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            oh yes, sorry, a problem with Levitan ... But by the way ...

            And what is wrong with Levitan? what
  34. artura0911 20 October 2015 16: 35 New
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    These stuffed deserts will soon be played out, here they are then the main cancerous tumor on the earth.
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      here they are the main cancerous tumor on earth.

      it's funny. Maybe oil pools are a tumor? laughing
      these things at what?
  35. Burmistr 20 October 2015 16: 37 New
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    The head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry said that Iran "occupies the Arab territories of Syria"


    This clown gives the impression of a student in elementary grades
  36. Gloomy 20 October 2015 16: 54 New
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    We demand the immediate withdrawal of Iranian troops from the territory of Syria and their immediate entry into the territory of Saudi Arabia and Qatar! wink
  37. anti-Semite 20 October 2015 16: 55 New
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    sneaky Iran prevents the good Sunnis from cutting out the Allawites of the Druze Christians, Shiite Kurds, can Saudi withdraw its troops from Yemen?
  38. Evgeniy30 20 October 2015 17: 26 New
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    Already do not even hesitate to express their goals in relation to Syria. And then bad Assad must leave. Assad, Assad .....
  39. Lelek 20 October 2015 18: 13 New
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    (According to the head of Saudi diplomacy, official Tehran "is obliged to withdraw its troops from Syria and also to recall Shiite militants.")

    Doesn’t resemble anything? One to one with the cries of banderlog and their patrons. Are they working on a carbon copy? what
    1. Das Boot 20 October 2015 18: 30 New
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      Sound familiar?

      who cares? There are classic cliches.
      By the way, read the Hamlet monologue in Ukrainian:
      "Chi buti, chi not buti - the axis of nutrition.
      What is noble? Koritsya dolі
      I bіd vіd gostrich strіl її patіti,
      And chi, hiding in Greek with a sea of ​​dashing ... "
      etc.
      Beauty.
      In general, Karl (the Great), Bonya N., Adolf G. and I.V. Stalin also did not disdain ultimatums.
      1. BARKHAN 20 October 2015 20: 58 New
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        Is it Ukrainian in nature? It looks like a random set of letters. It is urgent to re-read it in Russian. And it seemed to me that I understand Ukrainian.
  40. BARKHAN 20 October 2015 20: 11 New
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    Now I want to live and see how these snickering camels are fenced with barbed wire so that they wipe them with sand. I’ll never forget how much they crap for us. And most likely they’re crap right now. Keep constant monitoring of their border. Only caravan to terrorists, beat by area, maybe we’ll hook the oil infrastructure (by chance). Then it will turn out pleasant with useful. And in general, ISIL puts oil into the same place, covering delivery. This is correct by all laws.
  41. Steppe 20 October 2015 21: 02 New
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    The sale of Syria is equal to the sale of Russia. They wanted to buy Russia for 300 dollars? negative
  42. PValery53 20 October 2015 21: 35 New
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    The head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry must behave more modestly. He imagined himself a representative of a world power. Phi!
  43. roml 20 October 2015 21: 49 New
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    Oh, not without reason, the Saudis started this topic ... In a couple of days, the elder brother will pick up and rush. Will kindle the stench. That's just the beginning, or just a tantrum?
  44. roml 20 October 2015 21: 53 New
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    If the beginning, as a result of the success of Russia and Iran in Syria will begin to put pressure on all fronts. I hope this is provided and will be what to answer.
    And if you get hurt, the dog barks and the caravan moves on ...
  45. AdekvatNICK 21 October 2015 09: 29 New
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    The Saudis strive with all their might to become the leader in the east. The Russians in Syria have rolled back their aspirations for 50 years.