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Jul 9, 2011

U.S. Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Threatens Iran

BEIRUT - Hezbollah in Lebanon council member Sheikh Muhammad Yezbek states, arms sales from the United States (U.S.) to Saudi Arabia was threatening Iran.

Agreement to sell U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia reached USD90 billion, or approximately Rp800 trillion is one of the biggest arms trading in U.S. history. Similarly, as reported by ABNA, Saturday (07/09/2011).

Iran and Saudi Arabia relations quite marred by tension. Saudi Arabia, which adopts Sunnis tended to assume Iran Shi'ism was adopted as a cult.

Some Arab countries whose governments do often adopts Sunni oppression of Shi'ites citizens.

A scholar as well as academics in Egypt Dr. Ahmad Muhammad Tayyeb said, Praise be to Allaah is important to foster good relations between followers of Sunni and Shiite.

Tayyeb also added that the Shi'ite are inseparable from Islam.