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Saudi Arabia stops new business with Germany over its pro-Iran policy

Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman is “deeply offended” by the German government and froze new business with the Federal Republic, wrote Der Spiegel.

Analysis: Saudi Arabia won't build a nuclear bomb

The kingdom's nuclear rhetoric is about US policy and the Iranian threat.

Saudi crown prince: ‘If Tehran develops nukes, so will we’

The prince confirmed Netanyahu’s warning in the U.S. that Iran deal leads to arms race.

16/03/2018
Saudi crown prince says will develop nuclear bomb if Iran does

The government approved a national policy for its atomic energy program on Tuesday.

By REUTERS
15/03/2018
US President Donald Trump pictured dancing with swords at a reception ceremony held in his honor in
US firms push Washington to restart nuclear pact talks with Riyadh

Saudi Arabia has welcomed the lobbying, they said, though it is likely to worry regional rival Iran at a time when tensions are already high in the Middle East.

By REUTERS
01/12/2017
Skeptical of the Saudis

The Saudis have an old trick...

Members of the High Elections Committee attend a news conference in Cairo, Egypt.
Saudi Arabia and Arab allies push for unity against Iran, Hezbollah

Saudi Arabia and other Arab foreign ministers will hold an emergency meeting in Cairo on Sunday to discuss confronting Iran and its Lebanese Shi'ite ally Hezbollah.

By REUTERS
19/11/2017
US President Donald Trump and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Mohammed bin Salman
Report: Saudi document lays out plans for peace with Israel

Foreign Ministry paper allegedly offers peace with the Jewish state in exchange for US pressure on Iran.

By YASSER OKBI/MAARIV
14/11/2017
Our World: Pining for fig leaves

But now, they argue, under the leadership of King Salman and his son, 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudis are going too far.

An outspoken critic: Riyadh’s ‘anti-Hezbollah minister’

Thamer al-Sabhan personifies Saudi Arabia’s fight against the ‘terrorist militia.’

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