""It is not your right to make me say something unless I say it "... An argument between Saudi Arabia and Iraq in the League of Arab States

""It is not your right to make me say something unless I say it "... An argument   between Saudi Arabia and Iraq in the League of Arab States

Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and the Saudi Minister of State for African States Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz Qattan, regarding Yemen and the kingdom-led "support for Legitimacy" coalition, held an argument at the meeting of Arab Foreign Ministers in Cairo.

The story began when Jaafari put forward the war in Yemen, calling for its end, with a view to the story of the Queen of Yemen and saying that "Kings if they enter a village they ruined".

al-Jafari's call did not seem to impress the Saudi Arabian Minister for the Affairs of African States. In his speech, Qattan considered his understanding of the Qur'an to be untrue, and Qadhafi said similar words. Balqees said this was after a letter came from King Suleiman, who then came and married her.

He added that Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen in response to the legitimate government, and we will not accept to strike Saudi Arabia and I do not think anyone can accept to strike the land of Muslims.

He said, Saudi Arabian Kings, since the foundation of Abu Turki praised everyone for what he and his sons have done towards the Arab world. He added: "We did not seek behind this war, but Iran and Iran's Shiites and those behind Iran, and the kingdom will remain obstinate to you in Iran."

Al-Jafari returned to reply to the Minister of Saudi Arabia by saying that "it is not your right to dictate the purposes of your mental projections, I do not mean, I came 12 days before to Hajj and with the hospitality of the king and attended the dinner table".

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir, who participated in the meeting, met Al-Jafari on the sidelines of the meetings, stressing that his country is keen to unite the Arab class and position, saying in a tweet: «Participated today in the meeting of the Council of Arab Foreign ministers and confirmed my country's keenness on the unity of the Arab position to confront the challenges , "says CNN.

This is not the first incident among officials, and in 2016 the Saudi delegation, led by Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Qattan, withdrew from the meeting of the Council of the League in protest against al-Jaafari's talk about the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iraqi what so-called “forces of the Iraqi people's rally”.


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