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PostSubject: 11 Arab countries accuse Iran of supporting "terrorism"   Mon Nov 14, 2016 2:16 pm

11 Arab countries accuse Iran of supporting "terrorism"

By Roudao two hours ago



Arab countries accuse Iran of supporting terrorism

Roudao - Erbil

An international organization to receive the United Nations message from several Arab countries accuse Iran of "spreading aggression in the region and support for terrorist groups , " announced.

The United Nations Performance Monitoring Organization (UN Watch), which is based in Geneva have, in a press statement Monday, "The 11 Arab countries and sent to the United Nations message accusing Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism in the entire Middle East region, and it has been going on signing nuclear deal, in the dissemination of aggression in the region and supporting terrorist groups. "

The organization added that "the message received by the United Nations last Friday, signed by the United Nations ambassadors in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen."

According to the statement, that "the message of Arab States to raise the alarm, warning of Iran's efforts through political and religious figures, to export its revolution to other countries."

According to the letter published by the "UN Watch" site on the Internet, "Arab countries have charged Iran sponsored dilate terrorism of Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria, to the Houthis in Yemen, and groups and terrorist cells in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other places (not remember them). "

The ambassadors of Arab states expressed "deep frustration about Iran's regional policies of expansion, and its flagrant violations of the principle of sovereignty continued in the internal affairs of Arab countries and intervention, the negative role played by the tension and instability in our region," according to the message.

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