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Iran’s meddling in Arab affairs is not acceptable

Latest Breaking News: Iran’s meddling in Arab affairs is not acceptable Observer  Islamic Countries.   Cairo Observer Islamic Countries warns Iranian regime to stop its meddle in Arab’s states affairs, talking with news arab spokesman said Bahrain’s safety is under threat from Iran because all opposition is loyal and backed by Iran & Hezbollah.

Observer Islamic CountriesAccording to news arab “Saheb Al-Dawoodi” said Iran is part of Middle East but not part of Arab world we will not allow any non Arab nation to intermeddle in Arab affairs.

He said present role of Iran will more complicate the situation in the Arab world. Asking about Saudi Troops, he said this is not foreign invasion because Bahrain’s monarch had requested the Gulf Cooperation Council to send their forces to contain the protests in Bahrain which were backed by Iran said Dawoodi.

Meanwhile in Brussels Diplomatic Mediator of “Observer Islamic Countries” Faisal Muhammed said Bahrainis must “take steps now” toward a political resolution of the crisis. He urge  Iran to show its neutrality  and restraint and respect the rights of Arab World.

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