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Iran begins trial for 21 linked to storming of Saudi posts

The Indian Express - ‎18.07.2016‎
Iran, ISNA, Iran trials, Saudi Arabia, Saudi posts, Saudi Embassy storming The trial is the first in the case of the January incident, when Iranian protesters stormed the Saudi Embassy in Tehran and a consulate in Mashhad after Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia ...

Iran government calls for punishing Saudi embassy's invaders

Trend News Agency - ‎26.07.2016‎
After execution of prominent Shia cleric, Nimr al-Nimr, by the Saudis on Jan. 2 angry Iranian protesters stormed a Saudi embassy in Tehran and a consulate in Mashhad. Right after the attacks on its diplomatic missions, Saudi Arabia said it severed ties ...

Creating Frankenstein: The Impact Of Saudi Export Of Ultra-Conservatism In South Asia – Analysis

Eurasia Review - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
The recent shooting in the southern Philippines of Sheikh Aaidh al-Qarni, a prominent Saudi Wahhabi cleric whose popularity is evident in his following of 12 million on Twitter, further suggests that the backlash for the kingdom is not just the Saudi ...

Iran to issue verdicts in trial over storming of Saudi posts

Daily Mail - ‎19.07.2016‎
... are expected to go on trial in the near future over the attacks. Protesters stormed the Saudi Embassy in Tehran and a consulate in Mashhad in January after Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia executed Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a prominent Shiite cleric and dissident.

Iran News Round Up - July 19, 2016

Critical Threats Project - ‎19.07.2016‎
Iranian protesters stormed the Saudi embassy in Tehran and consulate in Mashhad on January 2, in reaction to Saudi Arabia's execution of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al Nimr and other dissidents. In the following weeks, Iranian officials denied ...

The Early Edition: July 18, 2016

Just Security - ‎18.07.2016‎
Turkey's Iran 1979 moment. The “powerful eruption” of Islamic support for Erdogan over the weekend “may prove too tempting,” suggests Soner Cagaptay in the Wall Street Journal.