Saudi Arabia slams Iran for the accusation over nuclear scientist killing
Saudi Arabia slams Iran: On Tuesday, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir stated that Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was too eager to reprimand the Kingdom for anything negative that occurred in Iran.
“Will Zarif reprimand us for the following flood or earthquake?” he tweeted. “It isn’t the policy of Saudi Arabia to engross in assassinations; in contrast to Iran, which has been involved in such strides since the Khomeini Revolution in 1979.
“Ask numerous nations who have lost a significant number of their residents because of Iran’s lawbreaker and illicit conduct,” Al-Jubeir added.
On Tuesday, Iran’s parliament passed a bill requiring the public authority to help uranium enrichment by 20% and end UN assessments of its atomic plants.
The current bill would require another parliamentary vote to get cleared and also approval from the Guardian Council. Besides, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has the last say on every atomic policy.
The bill would provide European signatories to the 2015 atomic arrangement three months to lift sanctions on Iran and to reestablish its admittance to the global banking system.
As per political analysts following the assassination of Iranian atomic scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Tehran has been blaming different nations for having a hand in it.
“There is no uncertainty that this step establishes a threat, increasing it to 20 percent implies that it will be near developing an atomic bomb,” political researcher Dr. Hamdan Al-Shehri revealed to Arab News.
He added that the move showed the Iranian government‘s emphasis on destabilizing the locale, and its assurance to dominate the competition to build atomic weapons.
“If Iran obtains atomic weapons or accomplishes that objective then it will bring about an extraordinary peril to the region. Fakhrizadeh’s killing proposes that Iran was anticipating for an escalation.” “Iran may have the atomic bomb at this point without the global community making any move against it.
He added that the killing of the nuclear scientist won’t alter the condition, even the attacks on Iranian offices would not influence the real Iranian foundation.
In Nov, Netanyahu held discussions with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, as per Israeli media reports, Netanyahu and Mossad agency chief Yosef Meir Cohen met Prince Mohammed, along with US Secretary Mike Pompeo, in the Red Sea city of Neom, the sources added. However, Riyadh refused any such conference took place.
Moreover, The New York Times stated that the US and two other intelligence officials stated Israel had a hand in the firing on Fakhrizadeh. Israel has not yet commented on the allegation or neither denied it.