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Advisor Khamenei: the Saudis have always played a major role in creating chaos in the Middle East

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Riyadh is like an “angry man who has lost hope of finding a logical solution to his problems,” TASS the words of the adviser to the spiritual leader of Iran, one of the country's most influential politicians, Ali Akbar Velayati.




"In recent months, irritation of Riyadh in relation to Tehran has steadily increased, in particular, the successful completion of nuclear negotiations and the conclusion of an agreement between the IRI and the" six "international mediators in July 2015 in Vienna, caused extreme discontent among Saudi Arabia, who feared Iranian influence after the abolition of sanctions, "- said the adviser.

Referring to the methods by which Riyadh operates, Velayati stressed:
“Saudi Arabia has always played a fundamental role in creating chaos in the Middle East region. This country has infiltrated many religious centers in Muslim states in order to spread the Salafi ideology, which led to the creation of Wahhabi terrorist groups such as Front al-Nusra, Jaish al-Islam, Jaish al-Khor, Boko Haram ". In general, wherever terrorist groups represent the course of Islam based on extremist principles and easily kill people, such groups are ideologically linked to Saudi Arabia. ”


According to him, “the Daisy group, supported by Saudi Arabia, is defeated in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, without justifying the hopes of Riyadh, while the role of Iran in the settlement in these countries is growing.”

“Al Saud understood that the execution of the famous Shiite theologian Sheikh Nimr an-Nimr, who only verbally criticized their power, would have consequences. Taking advantage of the moment, they wanted to turn the tide and force public opinion to change priorities, ”said the politician. And the break in diplomatic relations, in his words, "was not accidental."
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  1. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 11 January 2016 15: 52 New
    +4
    They have been writing for a long time that the Saudis have internal (including economic) problems, and they, there, continue to be outrageous. And this will continue, in my opinion, until the inter-confessional conflict begins on their territory, which, judging by the distribution, is quite possible.
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 11 January 2016 15: 58 New
      14
      Well, that the Turks, that the Saudis always spoiled as best they could in the region, here camelers can run into a good kick in return.
      1. lelikas
        lelikas 11 January 2016 15: 59 New
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        Quote: vlad66
        Well, that the Turks, that the Saudis always spoiled as best they could in the region, here camelers can run into a good kick in return.

        Here is a kindness post -
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        2. Al_oriso
          Al_oriso 11 January 2016 16: 08 New
          +3
          The Saudis began to rapidly lose their position. They are now in zugzwang - each move will lead to a deterioration in the situation, but we must walk.
          1. Mavrikiy
            Mavrikiy 11 January 2016 16: 33 New
            +1
            "They are now in zugzwang - every move will lead to a worsening of the situation, but it is necessary to walk" Everything is now in zugzwang and Ukraine, and Turkey, and the United States, and Europe. The most frustrating thing for them is that they are all in time trouble.
            1. -Traveller-
              -Traveller- 11 January 2016 17: 30 New
              0
              well, okay, but what about Turkey, the states and Europe? everything more or less they have safely, not without problems of course, but nothing fatal.
          2. Ami du peuple
            Ami du peuple 11 January 2016 16: 49 New
            +1
            Quote: Al_oriso
            They are now in zugzwang - each move will lead to a deterioration of the situation, but you have to go.

            Let them go for themselves. There will be less stink around the world.
      2. Maxom75
        Maxom75 11 January 2016 16: 19 New
        +1
        A bad feeling, something tells me that a big war in the Middle East cannot be avoided. Apparently, both sides want this.
    2. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 11 January 2016 16: 08 New
      +2
      Yes, it was immediately clear that the Saudis were not seduced, that Iran would free itself from the sanction and begin to actively develop, thereby lowering the authority of the SA in the region. In fact, this is why the Saudis are provoking Tehran to rash steps to give the West a reason to reintroduce sanctions.
    3. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 11 January 2016 16: 34 New
      +2
      Quote: Gormengast
      They have been writing for a long time that the Saudis have internal (including economic) problems, and they, there, continue to be outrageous. And this will continue, in my opinion, until the inter-confessional conflict begins on their territory, which, judging by the distribution, is quite possible.

      The Saudis climbed into their reserve fund last year. Due to low oil prices and costly wars, $ 90 billion was needed. In addition, they first introduced taxes for the population.
    4. Misha Honest
      Misha Honest 11 January 2016 18: 07 New
      0
      Quote: Gormengast
      They have been writing for a long time that the Saudis have internal (including economic) problems, and they, there, continue to be outrageous. And this will continue, in my opinion, until the inter-confessional conflict begins on their territory, which, judging by the distribution, is quite possible.

      So notice that the Yankees are all the same. laughing
  2. jovanni
    jovanni 11 January 2016 15: 56 New
    +4
    Yes, not only in the Middle East. And our Caucasus? How many people died, how many were knocked down from the pontalyk, and they continue, tvari! Everyone got it already ...
  3. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 11 January 2016 15: 57 New
    +2
    Saudis are such radishes in the Middle East - what are the Americans in the rest of the world. In any case, this opinion has recently been formed.
  4. Asadullah
    Asadullah 11 January 2016 15: 58 New
    +1
    And the gap in diplomatic relations, in his words, “was not accidental”


    Of course it is no coincidence. The question is where the IG will send after the defeat. You don’t understand to Turkey.
    1. atalef
      atalef 11 January 2016 16: 07 New
      -3
      Quote: Asadullah
      And the gap in diplomatic relations, in his words, “was not accidental”


      Of course it is no coincidence. The question is where the IG will send after the defeat. You don’t understand to Turkey.

      Well. Yes, Iran is the peace envoy on the BV, it is asked that in general Iran (Shiite) and not a country located on the BV will do on the Sunni BV?
      What they are doing in Lebanon, in Syria - let them not tell tales - Iran is a new anecdote to the source of stability in the BV.
      Iran's interests to make a mess in a region to which it does not belong geographically have always been (since the Shah was hidden)
      1. Hello
        Hello 11 January 2016 17: 02 New
        +2
        Quote: atalef
        What are they doing in Lebanon, in Syria

        Hi Alexander, they are doing the same as the Saudis, they are finding out who is the most important thing in the region. Two doves of the world finally decided to find out which of them is bluer wassat
        For the first time I see the statement of the Persians where Israel is not the main enemy, oh, something will be hi
        1. -Traveller-
          -Traveller- 11 January 2016 17: 42 New
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          Israelites, of the two evils which is less for you?
          1. Hello
            Hello 11 January 2016 18: 33 New
            -1
            Quote: -Traveller-
            Israelites, of the two evils which is less for you?

            Nothing, but the less these comrades will think about us, the better hi
          2. atalef
            atalef 11 January 2016 20: 39 New
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            Quote: -Traveller-
            Israelites, of the two evils which is less for you?

            Less?
            When they fight each other laughing
      2. not a Jew
        not a Jew 11 January 2016 17: 31 New
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        Quote: atalef
        Well. Yes, Iran is the peace envoy on the BV, it is asked that in general Iran (Shiite) and not a country located on the BV will do on the Sunni BV?
        What they are doing in Lebanon, in Syria - let them not tell tales - Iran is a new anecdote to the source of stability in the BV.
        Iran's interests to make a mess in a region to which it does not belong geographically have always been (since the Shah was hidden)

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        Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, you see how Israeli Israelis split up. For the Jews, Israel was created, but you still haven’t moved there. So it’s not a fig to drive Iran into some kind of alleged penetration of Sunni territories, dear.
        1. sleeping sayan
          sleeping sayan 11 January 2016 17: 37 New
          0
          Such, both here and there, both ours and yours. No wonder.
        2. atalef
          atalef 11 January 2016 20: 41 New
          0
          Quote: not a Jew
          Oh, oh, oh, oh, you look how Israeli Israelis broke up. For Jews, Israel was created, but you still haven’t moved there

          Valera, do not drive the wave.
          It's cold, probably?
          I will not call the city. wink
          1. not a Jew
            not a Jew 12 January 2016 00: 15 New
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            Quote: atalef
            It's cold, probably?

            Yes, 2 weeks of ice-cream 30 degrees
  5. soroKING
    soroKING 11 January 2016 16: 01 New
    +3
    and there’s a pimple like Qatar am
  6. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 11 January 2016 16: 03 New
    +2
    How Pakistan will react to the Saudi-Iranian disassembly, that’s the question.
    1. atalef
      atalef 11 January 2016 16: 19 New
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      Quote: Primus Pilus
      How Pakistan will react to the Saudi-Iranian disassembly, that’s the question.

      Already responded
      The commander of the Pakistani army, General Rahil Sharif, on January 10, once again warned Tehran that Islamabad would immediately respond to "any threat to the integrity of Saudi Arabia."

      "Pakistan welcomes the decision of Saudi Arabia and supports the efforts of the countries of the region to fight terrorism and extremism," Sharif said.

      Reshet Bet radio station reported that Rakhil Sharif promised to "destroy Iran."

      This statement was made after the visit of the Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed ibn Salman al-Saud, to the military base in Rawalpindi.
      1. Weyland
        Weyland 12 January 2016 00: 12 New
        0
        Quote: atalef
        Rakhil Sharif promised to "destroy Iran".


        I think that in this case India will not stand aside smile - In Afghan matters, she is friends with Iran against Pakistan. And India will have more nuclear weapons stocks and delivery vehicles ...
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    2. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 11 January 2016 16: 45 New
      +1
      Quote: Primus Pilus
      How Pakistan will react to the Saudi-Iranian disassembly, that’s the question.


      Pakistan needs to think more about India and less about stupid things. They still did not pay for the attacks on Indian air bases, as expected, but there too.
  7. Woodman
    Woodman 11 January 2016 16: 07 New
    +2
    That the Saudis, that the Qataris went crazy with big money and got involved in adult games, not realizing that they are allowed to play pranks, while serious players do not "reach" them.
  8. Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 11 January 2016 16: 11 New
    +2
    The matter did not end with the severance of diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Now the Saudi and Iranian authorities will constantly "bite" each other. The main thing is that the conflict does not develop into a war.
  9. tomcat117
    tomcat117 11 January 2016 16: 17 New
    +3
    Problems tend to accumulate and grow, especially if they are not resolved radically.
    The Saudis, solving tactical tasks, work according to a pattern sewn with white thread, they forgot that they are not the only cunning ones in the world, and the old patterns of thirty years ago do not work as before.
    Manifesting stubborn stubbornness, they, like the Ukrainians, got stuck in wars and feuds, while ignoring causes and effects. The hope that the Saudi army was powerful and strong turned out to be a complete zilch.
    Therefore, I agree with you that their medieval state is waiting for a mess and the division of power between princes, tribes, etc. on their own territory.
    I hope that the second part of the "Marlezon ballet" awaits us, for whoever sows the wind reaps the storm!
    1. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 11 January 2016 16: 58 New
      +1
      tomcat117
      "there is a mess and a division of power between the princes." I think it will be too easy for them. Amers need controlled chaos throughout the region. And everyone who refuses to fight him will go there, like Syria and Iran. By the way, Afghan is boiling.
      1. -Traveller-
        -Traveller- 11 January 2016 17: 46 New
        0
        about controlled chaos. is this some kind of axiom? in a nutshell explain to me what is the interest of the usa?
        otherwise I don’t see him.
  10. Sea Wolf
    Sea Wolf 11 January 2016 19: 50 New
    +1
    Saudi Arabia will be destroyed or has already destroyed a lot of money. The Saudi family was overshadowed by oil money. Just recently, their capital was barely visible behind clay fences. I remember my personal impressions of calling at the port of Jeddah, where it is very close to Mecca. Only hired workers from India, Pakistan, everywhere worked. The Saudis pitched a tent, set up guards with carbines to guard us, so that the sacred land of Muslims would not be desecrated with the sailor's tarpaulin boot. But I still had to trample it. It is necessary to remove the sediment and a lot of things. So, before coming to Saudi Arabia, we went there for the first time, I worked on a timber truck then, the captain bought a guide to the rules in Saudi Arabia in London, when I transferred half, I already said goodbye to life, hehe. For all corporal punishment. Even an empty bottle with the smell of alcohol will be found in the cabin and then with sticks on the heels. Many confuse a merchant ship with a warship. So a warship enjoys the right of extraterritoriality, on a par with the embassy, ​​and a merchant ship does not use it and obeys all the laws of the host country. In the end, I realized that for the money, the Saudis thought that everything had been achieved. But now, this is unlikely.