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Saudi Arabia and Iran: the break

Saudi Arabia and Iran: the break

Iran estimated Monday that the Saudi authorities’ decision to break relations with Tehran after the attacks against the embassies of Riyadh, will not be able to forget the “big mistake” that is the implementation of a Shi’a cleric, reports the official IRNA news agency.

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The protests against the execution of Al-Nimr Nimr have spread beyond the Middle East.

In Indian Kashmir, police used tear gas and batons against demonstrators throwing stones in Srinagar. Several people were arrested.

In Istanbul, Turkish Shiites protested outside the consulate of Saudi Arabia:

“The martyrs who struggle against the pressure and cruelty were executed, there is now the group Islamic State ravaging all Muslims. The purpose of our gathering is to protest against the King of Saudi Arabia and against his administration, “said one protester.

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At a rally in the Pakistani city of Karachi, a local Shiite leader, Allama Hussain Ejaz Bahishti said we should no longer be trusted to Saudi Arabia for the protection of the holiest sites of Islam:

“Today, the martyr al-Nimr, we are in full force to protest and demand that the Saudis can spend the holy sites to all Muslim nations together because they are not qualified to be custodians holy places. That all Muslim countries together take in hand the control of the holy places of Islam, “he warned.

The Democratic candidate for the US presidential election, Hillary Clinton, described the execution by Saudi Arabia for forty-seven prisoners of “cons-productive”. Speaking at a campaign rally in Derry, New Hampshire, she stated that the executions could increase tensions in Saudi Arabia and across the region:

“Personally, I think this is their against-productive. If they tried to send a strong message that they would stand up against internal dissent, the terrorist behavior, this will further inflame the region and, I think, cause even more dissent and upheaval within the Saudi Arabia. Thus, even in the short and medium term, I do not think it’s a smart decision to do so and I publicly critical about it, “said Mr. Clinton.

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In Lebanon, the leader of the Shiite movement, Hezbollah, launched an attack against the Saudis executed for Sheikh Nimr al the Nimr.

In a televised speech, Hassan Nasrallah, said his execution could not go unnoticed, adding that Saudi Arabia should not bear the name of its royal family, the Saud dynasty that reigns over the Arabian Peninsula since 1744.

Credit: BBC

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