Sep 23, 2018, 5:08 PM
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Persian Gulf states cannot bring war to Iran

Doha, Sept 23, IRNA - A former member of Kuwaiti parliament, criticizing recent statements by Abu Dhabi's crown prince on Ahvaz's terrorist attack, said that Persian Gulf states could not bring the war to Iran without escaping Tehran's response.

In a few tweets, Nasser al-Doileh wrote, 'Some statements about waging a war into Iran are wrong and the Persian Gulf states should not be involved in this issue.'

This Kuwaiti activist added, 'We cannot bring the war to Iran without having to escape Tehran's response. Underestimation of Iran's response is pure ignorance.'

'Is Mohammad bin Zayed's adviser aware of what he says? What he has said and some have repeated is to declare Persian Gulf States' responsibility for military action against the Iranian army. (It's not clear) Where has his wisdom gone?' Al- Doileh said.

Abdul Khalq Abdullah, the advisor of the 'Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed', threatened Iran with the rise of terrorist attacks, as several countries in the region accused of involvement in the terrorist attack on the military parade in Ahvaz.

Abdullah, who is close to the decision makers of the UAE regime and a member of the Dubai Cultural Council, wrote Saturday in Tweets that killing of 10 military personnel in a military parade in Ahvaz, southwest of Iran, is not a terrorist act.

He added that the bringing war into Iran is a clear option and will increase in the next stages.


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