160 illegal pakistani residents deported from saudi arabia

به نقل از خبرگزاریها در مورد 160 illegal pakistani residents deported from saudi arabia : the crown prince and de facto leader of saudi arabia said israel has a “right” to a homeland, a notable shift in the kingdom’s position published on monday. saudi arabia and israel still have no formal diplomatic relations, but behind the scenes, improvements in their ties have accelerated in recent years. iran says it does not seek tensions with saudi arabia, even though it characterizes riyadh's involvement in conflicts in yemen, syria, iraq and elsewhere a "strategic mistake". saudi arabia's king salman has fired his top military commanders and reshuffled his cabinet in a shake-up of key security and government ministries, according to royal decrees. the us will quietly try to calm the waters between saudi arabia and qatar, current and former us officials have said, arguing that the small gulf state was too important to us military and diplomatic interests to be isolated. saudi arabia and egypt are firmly in the sights of america's new ban on immigration from several muslim majority countries. although given their persistent hostile views toward iran, hearing such positions from high-ranking israeli and american officials e as no surprise, when saudi arabia and turkey decided to join them, the situation be e more interesting. turkey and saudi arabia are spreading islamic values more heavily into society in the balkan states, austrian federal minister of defense hans peter doskozil said in an interview to the german newspaper die welt published tuesday. egypt's supreme constitutional court annulled on wednesday a previous ruling that blocked the treaty handing two red sea islands to saudi arabia. wearing a barcelona shirt in saudi arabia now carries a risk of €135,000 fine and up to 15 years in prison. the uk and saudi arabia are set to agree closer ties in areas including defence, security, intelligence and trade. the u.s. state department has approved the possible sale of a thaad anti-missile defence system to saudi arabia at an estimated cost of $15 billion, the pentagon said on friday, citing iran among regional threats. saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin salman is set to meet with us president donald trump in washington on tuesday. "it is clear that saudi arabia and saudi officials have declared war on lebanon and on hezbollah in lebanon," hezbollah leader h an nasrallah said. u.s. president donald trump and first lady melania trump board air force one for his first international trip as president, including stops in saudi arabia, israel, the vatican, brussels and at the g7 summit in sicily, from joint base andrews, maryland, u.s. may 19, 2017. reuters/jonathan ernst indifferent to numerous international criticisms, saudi arabia is continuing its strikes against yemen. the latest wave of saudi airstrikes has caused the death of tens of civilians, including a dozen of women. iran has once again strictly condemned saudi acts in yemen. in his first foreign trip since becoming the president of the united states, donald trump will visit israel (occupied palestine), the vatican and saudi arabia. in addition to the us ties with the israelis, reports of trump’s plans to sell billions of arms to saudi arabia has doubled the importance of his trip. saudi arabia has hailed a "historical turning point" in relations with the united states after a meeting between us president donald trump and deputy crown prince mohammed bin salman at the white house. saudi arabia and russia, the world's two top oil producers, agreed on monday to extend oil output cuts for a further nine months until march 2018 in a bid to erode a global crude glut, pushing up prices. malaysia welcomed saudi arabia's king salman on sunday for the start of a rare, month-long asian tour, where the monarch will build ties and seek to draw more investments to the oil-rich gulf nation. the foreign ministry of iran has responded to the statement of mohammad bin salman al saud, crown prince of saudi arabia, about reality of war between two states, reports irtag news agency. saudi arabia and germany will sign several agreements during the visit of chancellor angela merkel, who will arrive in jeddah on sunday, german amb ador dieter w. haller said on urday. paigners have lost a high-profile case calling for uk arms sales to saudi arabia to be stopped over humanitarian concerns as the high court ruled exports could continue. ripples of reform from riyadh have been attracting positive press for the saudis in washington. the government recently pledged to permit women to drive, allow movie theaters into the country and to teach physical education to s in schools. these are important steps, especially for gender equality. this month, saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin salman, who has gotten credit for many of these reforms, ended up winning time magazine readers' poll for person of the year. russia's rostec state corporation is in negotiations process with saudi arabia and kuwait on the t-90 tank deliveries, rostec ceo sergey chemezov said in an interview tuesday. russian deputy foreign minister said that contacts between russia and saudi arabia are developing and expanding at various levels. the diplomatic crisis between qatar and a saudi-led bloc of arab countries is still ongoing with no clear resolution in sight. in a latest move, the qatar opposition gathered in london – apparently by a saudi initiative – to discuss the ways of replacing the current government in doha. this week, iran’s state-owned media made outlandish accu ions and vigorously lashed out at the us and saudi arabia over the attacks in tehran. they were following tehran’s agenda as supreme leader ali khamenei, parliament speaker ali larijani and other iranian leaders escalated anti-us and anti-saudi sentiment by issuing incendiary statements.after friday prayers, the government staged demonstrations during a funeral ceremony, with chants of “death to the us” and “death to saudi arabia.” khamenei said the attacks in tehran will only hurt the us and saudi governments, and “will no. as the people in sana’a mark the third anniversary of saudi arabia’s aggression to their country, riyadh experienced one of its most fearful nights over the missiles s by the yemeni resistance forces toward the saudi capital. meanwhile, the western countries are continuing their accu ions against iran over the situation in yemen. in the commons yesterday mr corbyn said uk military advisers were "directing the war" in the country between saudi arabia and houthi rebels. saudi deputy crown prince mohammed bin salman left saudi arabia on monday for the united states for a visit scheduled to include talks with u.s. president donald trump, the royal court said in a statement carried by state news agency spa. the daughter in law of king salman of saudi arabia is being sued for £6 million after allegedly failing to pay fees on lucrative property deals, including the sale of her country estate to a russian billionaire. saudi arabia hopes to bring russia into the fold of an expanded club of global oil giants to sustain a stable market, leaving opec's role in question, analysts say. as the saudi government sought to step up its efforts to counter extremism, it dreamt up a competition for schoolchildren to take p os and videos that showed “the kingdom’s work in serving islam” or security forces’ fight against islamist militants. turkey hopes to sign a major defense export deal with saudi arabia, defence minister fikri isik said on wednesday, describing the potential deal as one of the biggest for turkey's defense industry. the united states are set to overtake saudi arabia as the world’s number two oil producer after russia this year, as shale companies, attracted by rising prices, ramp up drilling, the international energy agency said yesterday. iranian foreign minister mohammad javad zarif on tuesday called for a permanent mechanism in the gulf to resolve crises like the blockade against qatar by saudi arabia and its allies. saudi arabia's king salman on wednesday landed at a military airbase in the capital of indonesia, the world's largest muslim-majority country, to kick off the longest leg of a month-long trip across asia. president donald trump spoke friday by telephone with saudi arabia's king salman about efforts to end the row with qatar, according to the white house. the saudi authorities have arrested a sudanese university professor on charges of belonging to the islamic state (isis) and subjected him to extensive investigations, said sources. in a move surprising to many observers around the world, saudi arabia, the uae, bahrain and egypt have cut diplomatic ties and all land sea and air contacts with qatar. meanwhile, iran has asked the persian gulf states to use dialogue to resolve their differences. egyptian protesters opposed to a 2016 agreement to transfer two red sea islands to saudi arabia clashed with police in downtown cairo, just hours after a parliamentary committee approved the deal. in the latest development regarding the diplomatic spat between qatar and some other arab nations, it was announced today that saudi arabia and its allies have delivered a of their expectations to the qatari officials. however, observers express doubt whether those demands could even be applicable. yemen's houthi fighters have fired a bal ic missile targeting one of the royal palaces, where saudi crown prince mohammed bin salman was supposed to be present, located in a residential locality in the saudi arabian capital of riyadh. the projectile was intercepted by riyadh's patriot anti-missile system but saudi arabia has raised serious concerns after civilian areas are being targeted by the iran-backed houthis. as the diplomatic spat between qatar and other gcc countries is still far from resolved, doha officials have expressed desire to engage in a serious dialogue with saudi arabia and its allies. at the same time, they have made it clear that having positive relations with iran is a priority in the qatar’s foreign policy. the us president donald trump met last night with the saudi deputy crown prince mohammed bin salman at the white house, in a meeting described by the observers as very important in the relations between the two countries. as anticipated before, devising measures to counter iran’s influence in the region was at the top of the agenda of the meeting. us president donald trump has landed in saudi arabia in an apparent effort to publicly appeal to muslims worldwide to view him as a partner and not an enemy. in his trip, trump also tries to reshape the strained relationship with the saudis and to consolidate the economic and security relations between the two countries. lebanon prime minister saad hariri said he has accepted an invitation monday to visit saudi arabia, returning for the first time to the kingdom where he announced a shock resignation that he later rescinded. it appears that the current "diplomatic offensive" mounted by saudi arabia against qatar may be directly related to the recent terrorist attacks in the uk. as the diplomatic spat between qatar and other gcc member-states led by saudi arabia is heading toward becoming a serious regional crisis, various international actors have intensified their mediating efforts. however, the saudi-led block shows little signs of willingness to reach a mutually-agreed solution. short after saudi arabia and its gcc allies extended the deadline for qatar to respond to their demands aimed at ending the diplomatic spat, it was announced that doha has handed over its official response to the kuwaiti government. some suggestions has been raised so far about the content of qatar’s response.