Watch .. Why Saudi Arabia creates stories against Iran

Al-Omari confirmed that the tools that the Saudi announcement was marketed to are devices, most of which are civilian and sold in the market, and most of them are made by China, and even the Kalashnikov weapon that was photographed, as it is widespread in the Arabian Peninsula in general and in Saudi Arabia in particular.

He explained that the announcement of the uncovering of a cell at this particular time is to reinforce King Salman’s speech, which was made several days ago in his address to the United Nations. Saudi Arabia every six months and the existence of such cells is a lie in a lie.

The Saudi dissident Hamza Al-Hassan asserted that the Saudis are creating these stories in order to mobilize the street to gain the sympathy of the street and claim that they are the guardians of security and they are the strong.

Saudi Arabia was the one who sponsored terrorist groups in Iran, which targeted a military parade in Khuzestan province.

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz tried to mobilize the world against the Islamic Republic through Iran’s use of nuclear technology, while Saudi Arabia recently revealed, through Saudi experts, that it is seeking to manufacture a nuclear bomb.

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