Saudi Arabia and Bahrain cut ties with Iran, expels Tehran envoys. (NCRI).
Saudi Arabia announced late Sunday that it would officially sever ties with Iran after having two of its diplomatic posts attacked in the Islamic republic.
Saudi’s Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir, speaking in an address aired by Al Arabiya News Channel, said Iran’s diplomatic mission staff and related structures in Saudi Arabia had been given 48 hours to leave.
He also accused Iran of having a long-track record of violating diplomatic missions, and called Tehran a regional menace for its smuggling of arms and explosives and its harboring of Al-Qaeda militants since 2001.
💥 ALERT: MORE: #Bahrain severs its relations with #Iran , demands its diplomatic mission staff in Tehran leave within 48hrs. #SaudiArabia"— Hasan Sari (@HasanSari7) January 4, 2016
Iran's Greatest Military Advantage over Saudi Arabia: SEA POWER. 395 vessels to 55, plus IRGC naval assets pic.twitter.com/JXNyHQpW0i— Micha'el Tanchum (@michaeltanchum) January 4, 2016