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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Qatar/Iran/Yemen/ Saudi/ Bahrain update 6/07/2017...Regional War?

Regional War (Turkey/Iran/Qatar vs Egypt/UAE/Saudis) over Qatar Isolation?



Turkish parliament rush vote to send troops to Qatar, Sinem Köseoğlu for AJE



Attackers in Tehran Kill 12 & Injure Dozens More as U.S. Deliberately Worsens Iran-Saudi Relations




Iran’s foreign minister condemns Tehran’s deadly attacks




Leader: Terrorist attacks wont affect Iran's will



Rouhani: Tehran attacks make Iran more united in fight against terrorism




Iran blames US for rising regional tensions




Lawmakers slam launch of new CIA “Iran Mission Center”



Taylor: Iran's rhetoric against Saudi Arabia is 'dangerous'




Russia condemns Iran attacks, urges ‘coordination’ against Daesh




Rift between Qatar, Saudi-led alliance widening



"There Is NO EVIDENCE The Qatar Government Is Supporting Radical Extremists!"






Saudi-Qatar Spat Spilling Over to Terrorist-Held Regions in Northwestern Syria



Intensified tensions between Qatar and Saudi Aribia are leading to serious infighting between their proxy forces in Syria's Idlib province, local sources said Wednesday.



The sources said that the terrorist groups deployed in Idlib said that they are fortifying their positions that seem to be the scene of clashes between Ahrar al-Sham and Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board).



The sources further added that Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham have gathered their forces and military equipment in the towns and villages of Idlib, Salqin, Harem, Kafr Takharim, Sarmin, Banish, Ariha, Jisr al-Shughour, Ma'arat al-Nu'aman, al-Dana, Sarmada, Atmeh and Khirbet al-Joz, declaring that a fresh round of heavy infighting is likely.



The sources quoted field commanders of the Free Syrian Army as saying that differences between Doha and Riyadh will result in fierce clashes among terrorist groups in Idlib and a change in the map of the regions under their control.



Local sources reported on Monday that 10 terrorists were killed and wounded in a roadside bomb blast near the town of Khan al-Sabal after an intensified round of tensions and infighting rival militant groups in Northwestern Syria.



Local media activists said that a roadside bomb hit one of the vehicles of Faylaq al-Sham near the town of Khan al-Sabal, killing six terrorists and injuring four more.



The sources said that the attacks of this kind were increasing in Idlib, but this was the first time that Faylaq al-Sham was targeted.



In the meantime, one of the commanders of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at nom de guerre Abu Torab Muhassan was shot down by unknown assailants in the town of Salqin in Northwestern Idlib.



US Officials: Rift Between Qatar And Its Gulf Neighbors Will Not Affect Anti-terrorism Efforts




Focus remains on mediation to end Qatar's diplomatic crisis



What Saudi Arabia Doesn’t Show The World


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