Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Iran Summons Saudi Charge D’Affaires

The Iranian foreign ministry summoned the Saudi Arabia's chargé d'affaires in Tehran to protest as “baseless, repetitive scenario” Riyadh's allegations that Iran had links to a spy cell in the kingdom. Iran also requested a formal explanation from the Saudis.

The Saudi interior ministry said on Tuesday that
the alleged spy cell that was dismantled last week had “direct links” to Iran’s intelligence services.

File photo: Iranian Foreign Ministry building, Tehran (IRNA)


Anonymous said...

Interesting that all this Saudi anti-Iran pimping started after their number 2 imbecile at the Tehran embassy was charged drunk driving, fleeing the scene of accident and with killing an innocent Iranian civilian on the road. The Iranian national's family is rightly ticked off and demanding justice for these Wahabbi in-bred perverts who are giving Islam a bad name all over. Then all of a sudden this "spying" issue comes to fore. The fact is that Saudi Arabia is a debauched family and not a country. One of these days they will be getting a taste of Arab Spring.

Anonymous said...

the crackdown on Iranian spies in the Arab Gulf States has been going on for at least 3 years when Kuwait busted Iranian Revolutionary Guard spies