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Saudi embassy in Baghdad receives multiple threats

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Shortly after the return of the Saudi Ambassador to Iraq, enticing campaigns ordered by the rulers of Tehran have started to take place, while the risks on the lives of the Saudi diplomatic mission members in Iraq have become clear to everyone.

The Saudi Ambassador in Baghdad did not hide that what he is doing in Iraq is an attempt to save the country's unity and reject sectarianism in it. Ambassador Thamer al-Sabhan said Iran is working on providing weapons and forming militias in Iraq, and on the other hand, Saudi Arabia is working on opening doors to all Iraqis and help them without discrimination in terms of race, sect, or doctrine.

A media campaign targeting the Saudi embassy in Iraq is led by a sectarian side and it smells like an Iranian agenda. The campaign includes fabricated statements, broadcast by some Iraqi media accused of broadcasting a sectarian propaganda, amid demands by parties and militias of one color to close the embassy.