Gulf Leaders Reject The Obama Invitation

The King of Saudi Arabia Salam bin Abdulaziz who refused the invitation of President Barack Obama to attend a summit held at Camp David, followed most of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf. The absence of the leaders of the countries of the Gulf have certainly would disrupt talks aimed at strengthening us relations with its allies in the Arabian peninsula. This also shows the disappointment of rejection of the leaders of the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) with the way Washington deals with Iran…

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Obama Asked To Protect Iran’s Opposition

Congress of the United States (US) decried President Barack Obama considered unable to protect Iran’s opposition groups are now taking refuge in Iraq. The request related to an attack on the opposition Iran shelters last week which led to five people killed. The refugees were from the opposition group of Mujahadin e Khalq (MEK), which has been fighting the Government of Iran since 1980 ‘s. Before MEK is in Saddam Hussein’s protection, but their existence is not accepted in Iraq after Shiite groups took control of the Government in that…

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