“Too soon to tell,” said the State Department, which is probably the wise thing to say until more information is revealed about the demonstration-turned-Molotov cocktail-throwing-incident that lit a part of the Saudi embassy on fire.
Iran condemned the execution of a Shiite cleric by Saudi Arabia, to which the Saudis responded and accused Iran of supporting terrorism. Also, Iranian protesters lit a part of the Saudi embassy on fire in Tehran, Iran with Molotov cocktails, enraging the Saudi Arabian government.
The Bangladeshi government denies that the Islamic State/ISIS has a presence in their country. The mosque’s leader was killed in the attack and three others were wounded.
Fox News reported: “Authorities in Iraq say bombings targeting Shiite districts have killed 15 people in and around Baghdad.” “Police officials say a bomb exploded Sunday night near a cafe in the Shiite district of al-Obeidi on the eastern edge of Baghdad, killing four people and wounding 14 others.”
Uh, yeah Obama, please consider this before essentially handing the Iranian regime nuclear weapons. A nuclear-armed Shi’a Iran will force a Sunni Saudi Arabia to go nuclear, which isn’t good for anyone.
Iran, a Shi’a (or Shi’ite) Islam nation, is fighting a proxy war in the Middle East that pits their sect of Islam against the Sunnis, such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Iraq, Yemen, and even Syria are places where Iran is spreading their influence and sending their weapons (and sometimes, troops) to fight wars for […]
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