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Last 50 tweets from @7yhy
Three dead, six injured in Abu Dhabi tanker fire; Iran-backed Houthis claim attack | Al Arabiya English english.alarabiya.net/News/gulf/2022…
 
"These tombs are 4,500 years old, and they're still standing to their original height, which is really unheard of. So I think that's what particularly marks Saudi Arabia out from the rest of the region -- just the level of preservation is unbelievable."
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Family businesses in Saudi Arabia go public as stock market booms | Financial Times ft.com/content/085304…
 
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will be participating for the first time in history in the #WinterOlympics #Beijing2022 @iocmedia @gsaksa_en @saudiolympic
 
Exceptionally poor advice. Lebanon should absolutely worry about violating US sanctions. So should every other country involved. Congress isn't going to allow Team Biden to enrich Iran's proxies, especially not bloody tyrants like Assad. US sanctions will be enforced.
 
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh's son today: My father was unknown to Iranians as well as to his own family (fna.ir/63hf1)

The @nytimes' Farnaz Fassihi after Fakhrizadeh's death: Fakhrizadeh was considered a "national hero"

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This star-studded Game of Thrones themed @RiyadhSeason promo is sublime. Among the cameos: Sheikh @abuabdelelah as Night’s Watch Commander, actor Abdullah al Sadhan as Tywin Lannister, footballer @Y20, & last but not least @Turki_alalshikh as Night King.
 
في #الخبر .. تدشين #ريشة_طيف الجولة الثانية .. ادعو الاحبة في الشرقية الوقوف مع ابناءهم و الحضور للدعم .. كذلك المهتمين بالفن التشكيلي .. ننتظر آراءكم بأعمال أجمل الفنانين ❤️
 
This message is posthumously endorsed by Qassem Soleimani.
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Going after Trump is easy. Take a cue from Obama and go after the entire Iran hysteria industry.
 
This is big news for Saudi Arabia and the region —> Lucid (LCID) to Build Saudi Electric Car Factory by 2026, Chairman Says - Bloomberg bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
 
Indeed, investing in ⁦@LucidMotors⁩ early on was a master stroke by Saudi Arabia’s ⁦@PIFSaudi⁩ —> The $20 Billion Winner of the American EV Startup Boom: Saudi Arabia - WSJ wsj.com/amp/articles/t…
The $20 Billion Winner of the American EV Startup Boom: Saudi Arabia
wsj.com
 
Member of the European Parliament 👇🏼
Thinking today of #GeneralSoleimani & #AbuMahdialMuhandis unlawfully assassinated by the #US on this day two years ago..#Anti_terrorism_hero. Their heroic struggles against terrorism will never be forgotten..their legacy will prevail..
 
Who took the picture?
Macron masked alone on a zoom call. Masks protect against computer viruses as well. pic.twitter.com/q0HP8mxjDt
 
Yesterday Iran imposed sanctions on 52 Americans. Make no mistake: the U.S. will protect and defend its citizens. As Americans, we may disagree on politics or Iran policy. But we are united in our resolve against threats and provocations. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
Statement by National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Iranian Threats and Provocations Against American Citizens | The White House
whitehouse.gov
 
Faya Yonan, Syrian singer singing a Syriac song in Al-Ula #SaudiArabia
*Syriac language was one of the three most important languages of early christianity. The language is still alive among the Syriac communities in Syria, Turkey and Iraq. @Faiayounan
 
#Iran imposes sanctions on dozens more Americans, many of them from the #US military, over the 2020 killing of General Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike.

english.alarabiya.net/News/middle-ea…
 
May well be one of the greatest ledes ever written

newyorker.com/magazine/2021/…
 
The Obama doctrine is predicated on the idea that Saudi Arabia & other US allies should share the region with Iran & work out their differences. That is why it is fundamentally flawed. Iran is fighting US allies to upend what it sees as a US order. Iran’s problem is with America.
 
Unfortunately, this seems to be a false rumor. But there are other reports of Mohammed al Houthi’s demise. Nothing is confirmed yet.
Unconfirmed reports circulating in Arab media that the leader of Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia Abdulmalik al Houthi was killed in an air strike by the Arab Coalition. pic.twitter.com/PaD91RQqk7
 
Unconfirmed reports circulating in Arab media that the leader of Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia Abdulmalik al Houthi was killed in an air strike by the Arab Coalition. pic.twitter.com/PaD91RQqk7
Replying to @7yhy
Another source is telling me that it was Mohammed al Houthi, rather than Abdulmalik, who was killed.
 
Unconfirmed reports circulating in Arab media that the leader of Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia Abdulmalik al Houthi was killed in an air strike by the Arab Coalition.
 
Sand covered snow in the desert in Saudi Arabia
 
It’s snowing in Saudi while New Year was celebrated publicly for the first time in Riyadh.
 
Happy New Year to all those observing! Happy holidays to everyone else.
 
Ali Vaez warns if the JCPOA is not restored soon, Iran will “take off the glove” & there’ll be escalation of hostilities in M.E. The whole nonsensical logic is based on absence of US deterrence: with deterrence off the table, US surrender on Iran’s terms is the necessary outcome.
 
The "got covid" put in between quotation marks is actually the important point of that tweet, it would seem.
Replying to @qdepim
They forgot to sanitize the missiles
 
Let’s not forget that multiple Lebanese “advisors” also got infected around the same time that Iran’s man in Sanaa “got Covid.”
In reply to @7yhy
Yemeni Defense Minister confirms that multiple Iranian and Lebanese military experts/advisors were killed in operations by the Yemeni armed forces. google.com/amp/s/www.alar…
 
When Soleimani was eliminated, Iran’s champions in the west clamored to push the idea that it was an irrelevant and risky escalators move because there was a “system in place” that can flourish without him. That’s wrong. Soleimani was important and his elimination was crippling.
Replying to @7yhy
Soleimani was important because he was charismatic, built personal relationships with militia leaders and their families, and had a lot of Team Obama “engagement” USD to pay the militias. Max pressure removed him and the cash. That’s why uncharismatic Qaani is struggling.
 
When Soleimani was eliminated, Iran’s champions in the west clamored to push the idea that it was an irrelevant and risky escalators move because there was a “system in place” that can flourish without him. That’s wrong. Soleimani was important and his elimination was crippling.
Interesting Reuters piece about Commander of #Iran IRGC-QF Esmail Ghaani's management of Iranian interests in #Iraq. Noteworthy line: "Some militia commanders privately complain that Ghaani lacks the charisma and command of Arabic of his predecessor." 1/4

reuters.com/world/middle-e…
 
It’s an info op that parrots Hezbollah’s talking point: “it’s not our fault, they want to buy it.”
Syria and Lebanon produce and exports hundreds of millions of "Captagon' pills and export them as far as Malaysia, but Saudi Arabia is the "Capital of Drugs in Middle East" .. Great reporting @anchalvohra 😂

nytimes.com/2021/12/05/wor… pic.twitter.com/7B4lLJ3Zmq
 
 
 
Hassan Irloo (aka Abdulreza Shahlai), died December 21, 2021 in Sanaa, Yemen.

Qassem Soleimani, died January 3, 2020 in Baghdad, Iraq.

Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, died October 26, 2019 in Idlib, Syria.
 
This tells you everything you need to know about the IRGC’s man in Yemen and how he died.
On the martyrdom-like death of the hardworking, productive Ambassador of #Iran to #Yemen, Hasan Irloo, I offer my condolences & congratulations to his family & diligent, like-minded people. His honorable record includes much political work, diplomatic efforts & social activities.
 
 
 
I’m going to use this when I am asked tough questions.
Turkey’s Finance Minister, asked to give data about his economic plans:

“Look into my eyes. What do you see? An economy isn’t about numbers or data. It’s about trust. It’s about the light that comes from the eyes.”

I want to say so much but I can’t.

pic.twitter.com/FZ8HLAW6km
 
Intriguing: IRNA claims #Iran’s late ambassador to #Yemen Hassan Erlou was same person as Abdolreza Shahlai, whom US tried to take out in 2020 at time of Soleimani operation. Shahlai played a role in assassination attempt against Saudi ambassador to US. Very significant, if true.
 
From the Abraham Accords to widening Chinese influence, the Middle East is changing fast. Where does Saudi Arabia fit in? Listen to @7yhy, @Doranimated, and Bernard Haykel mosaicmagazine.com/picks/politics…
The Fate of Saudi Arabia in a Changing Middle East Mosaic
mosaicmagazine.com
 
ICG will never miss an opportunity to champion the Syrian Ba’ath.
The same day, the Saudi ambassador also reiterated his country’s principled position that God created two genders, male and female, and that anything other than that contradicts man’s God-given nature (twitter.com/alekhbariyatv/…; un.org/press/en/2021/…). pic.twitter.com/5slLAPy9AB
 
ICYMI: The #omicron #coronavirus variant has been reported in 89 countries and the number of cases is doubling in 1.5 to 3 days in areas with community transmission, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

english.alarabiya.net/coronavirus/20…
Omicron COVID-19 variant spreading rapidly in countries with high immunity: WHO | Al Arabiya English
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The Fate of Saudi Arabia in a Changing Middle East » Mosaic » Mosaic mosaicmagazine.com/picks/politics…
 
Surprise: Iran likes the Muslim Brotherhood.
Thousands of Tunisians have protested against Tunisia’s President Kais Saied in a demonstration marking the anniversary of a 2011 uprising, amid outrage over his seizure of power in July. presstv.ir/Detail/2021/12…
 
In reply to @7yhy
Well, trends and dynamics are always complicated and everchanging, so a spirit of humility is certainly needed. My intervention came from such a place after all: in our region there is a lot of pontification about goes on in Beijing that might benefit from more in-depth study :)
Replying to @MohammedSudairi
There’s a lot of romanticization among dedicated China watchers that tends to overlook some of those more aggressive changes in China’s military and foreign policies. We’re still in the beginning, but I think they will have missed diagnosing this seismic change, after the fact.
 
In reply to @7yhy
Lots of literature on this, including by @jacoposcita - also worth looking at the work of @AGhiselliChina and his new book "Protecting China's Overseas Interests" which discusses how the region is conceptualized.
Replying to @MohammedSudairi @jacoposcita and 1 otherfalse
I’m sure there are scores of people more knowledgeable on China, like you and Jacopo. But China is changing and confrontation with the US is looming.
 
In reply to @MohammedSudairi
I'm just saying we should be a bit more circumspect + avoid projecting our understandings of great power politics unto how such actors operate in the region. What they "say" and "do" is important - especially since we rarely examine what is said in Chinese discourse about us!
Replying to @MohammedSudairi
I think we should exercise more humility on the changes underway in China’s strategic posture in its neighborhood & elsewhere. Our old frameworks are becoming obsolete. China is changing and what its scholars say is irrelevant. Djibouti is the first drop in militarized expansion.
 
In reply to @7yhy
Actually, with the other one 😂
:-( at least it’s one of us. I like the other Mohammed.
 
In reply to @MohammedSudairi
I 100% agree with you, dear Mohammed.
 
In reply to @7yhy
I'm not so sure China is looking towards the ME to compete with the US for influence. This does not come off in what Chinese officials, academics, and others are saying, or what their footprint and patterns of behaviour in ME show.
Replying to @MohammedSudairi
I’m sure they don’t advertise it.
 
This truly is a disaster. Turkey has one of the world’s most complex and promising growing economies and it is being forced to fail by Islamists. What a sad story for a promising country.
#Turkey is neither the first country that political Islam has bankrupted nor will it be the last. But you have to "appreciate" that it took #Erdoğan and his cronies less than 20 years to completely devastate a country and its economy. pic.twitter.com/1334UquWOW
 
 
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