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MP Blasts Saudi Psychological War on Iran

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, April 13 (ICANA) – A senior member of the Iranian parliament criticized the Saudi officials for their unwise statements against Iran, saying that the allegations are part of a psychological war to undermine Iran's regional position and to give Riyadh the opportunity to take Egypt's role in the region.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 6:35:19 PM
MP Blasts Saudi Psychological War on Iran

Speaking to FNA about Saudis' provocative statements against Iran in recent weeks, member of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Gholam-Reza Karami said on Wednesday that Riyadh is trying to fill the gap created in the region after the collapse of Hosni Mubarak's regime as a US puppet.

Karami said that the Saudi officials utter such unwise remarks to show to the Americans that they are bold enough to fill the gap and be the US puppet Gendarme in the region.

"Saudi Arabia doesn't the capacity and the United States will realize this reality soon," he stressed.

Saudis have waged a psychological war against Iran to make Washington hopeful, but the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that becoming engaged in such a war with Saudi Arabia is cheap, considering Iran's high status and dignity, Karami reiterated.

The Iranian lawmaker also called on the Saudi officials to be watchful of the redlines with Iran, and added, "Everybody knows that Saudi Arabia doesn't have the ability to confront Iran politically."

Saudi Arabia has deployed over 1,000 troops in Bahrain to help the Manama government crush anti-government protests in the Persian Gulf island.

Following the Saudi deployment in Bahrain, Iran warned Riyadh that it was "playing with fire" by deploying troops in neighboring Bahrain and that such measures will increase the regional nations' hatred for the Saudi regime.

Also, Iranian students staged a protest rally outside the Saudi Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday to condemn Riyadh's military intervention in Bahrain and the killing of Bahraini civilians.

Protesters held photos of the victims of the Al Khalifa regime's brutal crackdown on anti-government demonstrators.

They waved Bahraini flags and chanted slogans against the ruling dynasties in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

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